Here is Our Parish Plan

pplans.pdf pplanl.pdf

And Here is The Fuller version

Do you occasionally need help with?

Collecting your prescriptions, attending a hospital or doctors appointment.Shopping lifts to Biggleswade,banks or Post Office, Small household practical tasks or emergency minor repairs,Lawn cutting, shopping, dog walking, Form filling, letter writing Or maybe you just need someone to talk to?

Then we can help.
All you have to do is phone 07926 021155

Organising an event or a meeting?

The Village Hall is available to hire for meetings, functions etc. You can now see the availability and request a booking here.

The Playing Field Pavilion can be hired for meetings or private functions.

The March Hare are also keen to host village meetings free of charge.

ALLOTMENTS:   Hinxworth Allotment committee are inviting  Dunton residents who  are interested to  apply for one of their vacant plots. The allotments have only been going for about 18 months so they are all learning. For more information contact
Betty Thorn.  
bettythorn@live.co.uk  or 01462 742858 

Folk Programme 2017.pdf

HERE ARE details of the 2017 programme

In consultation with the Dunton Broadband Action Group (DBAG), Voneus is offering High Speed Broadband in Dunton Residents.

DUNTON RECREATION ASSOCIATION

 ‘100' CLUB DRAW RESULTS FOR FEBRUARY - 1st: No.51; 2nd:No.72; 3rd:No.4 4th:No.69; 5th:No.210


The Pavilion is open from 11am to 12 noon on Tuesdays. All welcome. Just pop in for a cuppa and a chat.


DUNTON COMMUNITY GARDEN: The 2017 event programme has been distributed to all houses in the village  Once again there are monthly Sunday coffee mornings.
Remember that the garden is open every day in daylight hours. Pop in and take a look.

see http://www.duntongarden.org or call 01767 313898

DUNTON FOLK: Concerts in Dunton Church resume in April. Meanwhile the sessions in The March Hare continue on the first Tuesday each month.

EASTER PILGRIMMAGE: Each year Dunton Church organises taking part in the Easter Monday Pilgrimage to St Albans Abbey. They book a mini bus. Some get off at Harpenden and walk the final leg to the Abbey for the service. Others stay on the bus all the way. If you fancy taking part contact the Church to book your place.