More than 100 people attended a concert hosted by Elstree and Borehamwood town council at the weekend.

At their annual coffee morning, visitors were treated to a morning of music by a number of performers at All Saints Church in Borehamwood.

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They included the Community Choir, U3A, soloists Riley Levene, James Stowell, and Margaret Hall, Andrew Grady, Nick Male, and a host more.

Deputy mayor Victor Eni thanked all the acts and said he was "amazed" by the talent on show.

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The next coffee morning will be on Saturday April 14 at 10.30am. The theme will be photography and is a chance for budding photographers to exhibit their work.

On March 23, people are invited to watch 'Brief Encounter' at the Reel cinema, followed by afternoon tea, courtesy of Borehamwood Rotary Club, at 96 Shenley Road. The cost of the cinema ticket will be £4 each. The film is tied in closely with the "All Change" exhibition, currently on display on the top floor at 96 Shenley Road.

Town councillor Pat Strack has been awarded by the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire alongside five members from St Michael and All Angels at a ceremony at Micklefield Hall in Sarratt on March 8.

Wendy Churchill, Marjorie Hilton, Barbara Sami, Marian Walker, and Pat Waugh were challenged by Will Hobhouse to knit a High Sheriff doll after a visit to All Saints Church in November.

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They took on the challenge and Mr Hobhouse returned to Borehamwood to receive the knitted dolls. He also made a donation to the Visually Impaired club of Borehamwood.

Mrs Strack was recognised for her service to the community.