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Family Fun Cycling Event

cycling event

Come and join us for our FREE Family Fun Cycling Event on Sunday 30th April 2017 at Hemel Hempstead Cycling Club Bovingdon Bomber Circuit. Just come along on the day or contact us if you would like any further information.

The HHCC Bovingdon Bomber Circuit, Upper Bourne End Lane, Bovingdon Airfield, Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP1 2RR.

HP1 2RR is good for your sat-nav.

If coming by car then access is from the A41 only. You need to leave the A41 at the Services (McDonalds) junction and head up Upper Bourne End Lane which is off the northbound slip road. 

Access by bike is through the industrial area up Bourne End Lane off the London Road in Bourne End. Turn by the Complete Outdoors shop and head up through the restriction to the roundabout where you need to turn left, go under the bridge and turn right then immediately left up Upper Bourne End Lane. Note the surface up this road is particularly bad and punctures are frequent. 

At the top of Upper Bourne End Lane you need to head right and look for the car park 200 metres further up. The circuit is shared with the car drifting company ‘Driftlimits’. 

There is no access through the main Bovingdon Market entrance on the Chesham Road.

For more information why not join our Facebook group here



Life Coaching Service

Life Coaching Service

At The Roundhouse, Marlowes

Thursdays 10am – 1pm

Are you unsure about volunteering?

Would you like to find out if volunteering is right for you?

Do you need help discovering where your skills lie?

Do you want help in choosing the right volunteering opportunity?

If you are interested in attending a Life Coaching Service, book an appointment today!

Tel: 01442 214734


Join Volunteer Centre Dacorum’s Microvolunteering Competition

The 15th of April was Microvolunteering day. To celebrate this event, which is now in its third successful year, the volunteer centre took part in a number of initiatives. Microvolunteering day is a unique opportunity for different microvolunteering platforms, volunteer involved organisations and individuals to join together in a synchronised effort to demonstrate the empowering potential of the microvolunteering concept. It aims to engage individuals in microvolunteering tasks and inspire them and organisations on embracing the idea. You can participate in microvolunteering throughout the year.

We launched a competition to see who could donate the most grains of rice via the FreeRice game. FreeRice is a word game where for each answer that you get correct, 10 grains of rice will be donated through the World Food Programme to help end hunger. Freerice is a website committed to the cause of ending hunger around the world. It is run entirely for free and at no profit. All money (100%) raised by the site goes to the UN World Food Programme to help feed the hungry. They have already raised enough rice to feed millions of people, but with your help imagine what could be achieved if we all took time to “rice up” against hunger?

There’s many other ways that you can get involved in microvolunteering, for example, our knitters have made a huge contribution to microvolunteering by knitting up many items which will be donated to charity and our chair of trustees Derek Peverill donated one item a day throughout March to different charities.


Kavita Sudra

Community Information Officer

Get Set Go Dacorum

Get Set Go DacorumGet set, go Dacorum’ is the largest Lottery funded, Sport England project in Dacorum. The project offers fun and sociable exercise to local people in their neighbourhoods at an affordable cost.The project’s aim is to increase the number of 14+ age group taking part in sport activities in the Dacorum area.

We’re looking for positive, outgoing volunteers who are keen to support and motivate others. If you have a passion for helping others and would like to get fit in the process then this opportunity is the one for you. The volunteers will have a variety of skills between them and the roles they will be involved in range from ‘hands on’ involvement in the groups and activities taking place, to ‘behind the scenes’ support including publicity and marketing, social media etc.

An important part of the project is to develop a network of sports volunteers to support people taking part and to develop a network of ‘buddies’ so as many people as possible can access the project and will be able to take part in their chosen activities.

For more information about this project please visit: