Chipperfield News is a local Newspaper which is distributed to Chipperfield Residents once a month and provides news of events in the village, articles of general interest, a village diary, church notices and advertisements for local merchants.
Chipperfield.org.uk has a huge archive of news stories from “Chipperfield News” each month of Chipperfield News has now been split by story making it easier to find and read archived news. Simply browse by month using the menu on the left or search for a story using the search box above.
If you are researching family connections in Chipperfield post 1838, you may find the Monumental Inscriptions Book listing the inscriptions on all the graves and monuments in St Pauls Church and the Baptist Chapel of interest. Also included is a brief history of the Church. Copies cost £4 from the Herts Family History Society, Book Sales, 24 Ashurst Road, Barnet, Herts EN4 9LF (P & P is included)
April In Your Garden
After all the wet weather the gardens are drying out at last. The clocks have changed, Easter is coming and now is the time to do the seeding and planting, weeding and feeding, and the tidying and... more..
The weather has been kind to me; only one wet day since my foresters arrived. If it lasts another couple of days we will be home and dry! It has been an exciting time; watching the harvesting... more..
Events At Chipperfield Cricket Club
Kicking off Chipperfield Jazz’s second season, we are are lucky to have the fabulous singer Jacqui Hicks leading an all-star lineup. When not performing with Shakatak, local Jacqui can be heard in... more..
Kings Langley Bowls Club
Situated to the rear of The Saracens Head, High Street, Kings Langley we are holding a Come and Try Bowls morning at the Kings Langley Bowls Club on Sunday 4 May between 10.00am and 1.00pm. So,... more..
Hemel Hempstead Street Pastors
‘The church on the street’ responding to urban problems, engaging with people to listen and to talk. Its mission statement is to be a visible presence of peace, kindness and Christ’s love... more..
Once again Jeannie Boyd and Frankie, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, went to Crufts Dog Show. To their delight he won a large limit dog class and went through to the final selection in his... more..