Summer Bar B Q Raises £2023

The Butcher Boys (from left to right Lyle, Nick and Shaun) On Sunday, friends and family of BDHRA volunteers, villagers of Pertenhall and loyal friends of "The Wheelers" , were treated to sizzling sausages and other delights at the home of one of our volunteers, Elaine Wheeler. Elaine, ably assisted by husband Alan, and son Lyle, who works for a very trendy butchers in London, `The Flock and Herd` put on a delicious spread for over a hundred people in their delightful garden. It was a real family affair. Lyle and his mates made the burgers and sausages specially for us and cooked them to perfection alongside chicken . Yum, yum, very tasty. They are definitely our `pinum boys` of the mom

Lord Lieutenant Visits Riding Centre to Present Queen`s Award

On Wednesday 8th July the Lord-Lieutenant of Bedfordshire, Mrs Helen Nellis, attended Willington Riding Centre and presented us with a certificate and a stunning glass paperwork with the Queen`s Award insignia. Mrs Nellis presented the official certificate, signed by the Queen, to Mrs Sue Hayhurst who has been a volunteer for 39 Years. Mrs Nellis presented the glass trophy to Mrs Helen Dunster who has been a volunteer for 36 years. The Queen`s Award is all about volunteering - it is the highest accolade a volunteers group can receive, it is the MBE for volunteers. Mrs Nellis read out a commendation from the Queen in which she specifically thanked the Godber family, The Twigden Family and

Summer Fete Raises £2729

We are pleased to report thta our fete raised £2,729 despite the fact that for a second year running we had a rainy day. Mark Foster caused quite a stir amonst children and adults alike and the icon of the swimming world did not disappoint. He engaged in conversation and light hearted banter with everyone and had his picture taken with many of the youngsters, his long arms proving he had no need for a selfie stick! Huge thanks though must go to our volunteers who organised all the pony rides in the pouring rain. Drenched to the bone they kept smiling and no child (and in one case an adult) was disappointed the pony rides continued. The cake stall was a good draw as was the duccly toy stan

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