ABOUT THE VILLAGE
Newgate Street is a small village in the Welwyn Hatfield district of Hertfordshire, approximately six miles south-west of Hertford with a population of around 400.
Only 30 mins from London yet set amongst thousands of acres of woodland and countryside, the village sits on the Hertfordshire Way and miles of footpaths, bike trails and bridleways.
It has two lovely pubs (The Crown and The Coach & Horses), a Mediterranean restaurant and a 19C church.
On a major cycling thoroughfare, the village is a entry point to many of the county's bike trails.
For more about the village and it's history, click here >.
Newgate Street, Hertfordshire UK.
Check the calendar below for exact dates or for cancellations.
A general social, and chance for newcomers to "meet the neighbours", usually held at the Crown on the second Friday of every month. See the calendar for dates or contact Jo on email@example.com
Held in the church on the first Monday of every month from 10 to 12am. A chance to get out and catch up with other villagers over simple teas, coffees and biscuits. Contact Gill firstname.lastname@example.org
Table Tennis Club
Held every Tuesday from 7:30pm, followed by a small refreshment in the Coach. All are welcome. Contact Gloria for details email@example.com.
Every Wednesday from 9.30 am to 10.30 am (school term time only) on Village courts. Contact Jo on firstname.lastname@example.org
A combination of the Village, School and Church Google Calendars. Any additions, errors, etc. please contact email@example.com.
The Newgate Street Village Hall is run by volunteers for the local community. It has 200sqm of space including a kitchen, bar area, anti-room, disabled washrooms and plenty of parking. It has a sprung wooden floor, a performance stage, seating for up to 100, It is over the road from the church and adjacent to the common fields.
It is available for bookings for anything from children's parties through, christenings, weddings, to clubs, classes school, social and community functions. It isn't available for raves, brawls nor Nigel Farage. More details below.
Outdoor Sports and Playground
The village has two public tennis courts, large playing fields and a two of acres of common. The children’s playground is fenced, dog free and brilliaaaaaannnt!
A small Post Office is open on Tuesday and Thursday mornings in the village hall.
St Mary's Ponsbourne Church
A Grade 2 Listed Building dating from 1847 with services held on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month and others besides. Full details of services in the Group can be found on the Hertford Hundred site.
Rector, The Revd Canon Pauline, 01707 875940. Warden, Mr T M Sutcliffe on 01707 874388. Organist, Mr P Minchinton on 01707 323742.
Ponsbourne St Mary's Primary School
Our beautiful, charming and 'outstanding' village school. Contact 01707 872395 - ponsbourne.herts.sch.uk