The Jumping Fleas Ukulele Band are coming again

Join us for a fun-filled musical evening

Saturday 24th November – 7.00pm for 7.30pm

Ridge Village Hall – Crossoaks Lane. EN6 3LH

Supper Raffle

Please bring your own nibbles, drink and glasses.

Tickets £10 from: Pat Legerton – 01727 822157
Peter Stokes – 01707 268564
Doug Ryan – 020 8449 6916

Please come to support us and to support our beautiful church


St. Giles School and their Friends are holding their Christmas Fayre on Sunday 2nd December from 12pm to 3pm and would love to see everyone!

Please support the School by coming along.


On September 8th three intrepid members of St. Giles Church set off to raise money both for the Beds & Herts Historic Churches Trust, who will use it to make grants to churches of all denominations which need repairs, and for St. Giles. Two were walking round Barnet, Ptters Bar and Borehamwood, and one went to cycle round St. Albans and out to Wheathampstead.

Between them they raised about £1,600 (including Gift Aid).Sone £670 will be given back to St. Giles, which will help the church to continue its work in and for the commnity. Well done for such a fantastic result!!!


To commemorate 100 years after the end of the First World War there will be the traditional Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial in South Mimms. Tea and coffee will be served at the White Hart from 10.00 am, before gathering at the War Memorial at 10.50. The Act will be led by Richard Osborn, including the two minutes silence followed by laying of wreaths. The Mayor of Hertsmere will be represented this year by Past Mayor and Past Mayoress of Hertsmere, Cllr Paul Morris OBE and Mrs Linda Morris. Afterwards the British Legion Service will be held in St. Giles church at about 11.10 am.

In recognition of the centenary of the Armistice Chas. Nethercott and Sons have cleaned the War Memorial outside the White Hart.

Joan Wright, who organises the Poppy Appeal in Potters Bar and around would like to express her heartfelt thanks to all volunteers who gave their time to help raise funds last year: the total raised was £27,262.69. On this centenary year it is hoped to exceed this total.