FOOTBALL fans can watch all the drama and excitement of the World Cup on a full cinema screen at Watersmeet in Rickmansworth.
The theatre, in High Street, is showing matches on Saturday, June 12 and Friday, June 18, both at 7.30pm, plus another on Wednesday, June 23 at 3pm. The semi-final and final matches will also be screened.
A CELEBRATORY day of dance and print for over 50's will take place in Northwood next Saturday (June 5).
The free event, organised by Northwood Community Arts Group, will feature two short performances by The Green Candle Company's senior dance group, based on the themes of trees and Bollywood.
Participants will then be invited to join in two dance workshops, led by the artistic director of Green Candle, Fergus Early OBE.
FREE activities will be available all day at the newly opened William Penn Leisure Centre in Mill End this Sunday (30).
A special open day will feature swimming, taster fitness classes and trampolining, as well as face painting, balloon modelling and competitions.
Children can also meet popular storybook character, Peppa Pig.
Activities run from 10am - 4pm. Call the centre on 01923 771050 for more information.
THE newly formed Northwood Hills Chamber of Commerce is hosting its first fun day next Saturday (29).
The event, which runs from noon until 5pm, stretches from Argyle House to the roundabout at the top of the town, and will feature a funfair with a trampoline and rides, as well as live music, food and drink stalls and jewellery stands.
There will also be a raffle and auction and special offers and promotions will be available at many shops.
The fun day will raise money for charities including Harefield Hospital. Admission is free.
THREE Rivers Museum will host its next monthly tour of the Grade II listed Croxley Great Barn, one of the oldest timber framed buildings in Hertfordshire, next Wednesday (May 26).
Meet the museum guide at the corner of Caravan Lane and Rickmansworth High Street at 10.30am, for a short walk.
The Barn has a rough floor and the footpath may be muddy, so appropriate footwear is essential.
There will also be a talk about conserving old buildings, providing an insight into the construction of medieval structures.
The tour is free but donations are welcome. For more information, visit www.trmt.org.uk or www.croxleygreatbarn.co.uk, or call 01923 772325.
ROAD stewards are needed to collect subscriptions and deliver copies of the Hills Echo, the magazine produced by the Northwood Hills Residents Association.
In return, volunteers will be invited to an annual road steward supper.
Anyone interested should call Robert Symes on 01923 821201.
BUDDING snappers could win a top prize of ÃÂ£100 in a local photography competition.
The Northwood Hills Residents Association is asking residents in the area to take pictures of any aspect of Northwood Hills today.
Entries will be displayed at Fairfield Hall, before being judged at the association's AGM on June 16 with the winner announced on June 20.
The deadline for entries is June 10. For more information, visit www.northwoodhills.co.uk.
A SCOUT group is holding its grand annual jumble sale in Northwood this Saturday (22).
More than 800 people are expected to attend the hugely popular event, hosted by the 1st Northwood Scouts, which will be officially opened by the Mayor of Hillingdon, Councillor Shirley Harper-O'Neill.
The sale starts at 2pm at the scout headquarters in Northwood Way, and all proceeds will go to the Scout Group.