Following the turbulence of the COVID-19 pandemic, Abbots Langley Local History Society (ALLHS) has celebrated a successful year at their recent annual general meeting (AGM).
ALLHS has organised walks, talks and various other events dedicated to preserving the area’s rich history through visual, oral and other means.
At the AGM, chairman of the society Roger Yapp welcomed the return to a “more normal existence” post-pandemic, and detailed some of the upcoming events the society will be involved in.
These include the annual summer ramble at Verulamium Park on June 6, hosting stalls at Abbots Langley Carnival on June 10 and at the Autumn Fest on September 6, and a walk around Bedmond on August 27.
September is set to bring an outing to London focusing on espionage and spies, led by tour guide and former police officer Paul Barwick. In October, the society has organised the launch of a new book about the old Kings Langley Palace, Palace Lives by Michael Long.
For more information on ALLHS and their upcoming events, visit their website.