Do I need to book?

Absolutely!  Although we do not charge for these events, space is limited.  The venue may be full and you will not be admitted unless you have pre-booked, no matter how far you may have travelled.  We also need to know who is coming to assist with catering and other practical issues. Booking in advance will ensure that everything runs as smoothly as possible, both for you and for us.

If you have not already done so, you can book here.

Frequently Asked Questions

No.  There are no tickets for this event.  Provided you have registered through our website, then we will have your details at the door and there will be a space reserved for you.

We will start at 14.30 on Saturday and at 10.00 on Sunday. Please arrive in good time so that we can get a prompt start.  Doors will be opened at 14.00 on Saturday and 09.30 on Sunday.  Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the starting time to allow for registration.

We are unable to offer any child care or facilities.  All children will remain the responsibility of their parents throughout the gathering

For those of you with sat-navs, the address is Bedmond Village Hall, Bedmond, Abbots Langley, WD5 0QP.  A map can be found here.  Bedmond is a small village and once there, the hall is on the High Street and easy to find.  If approaching from Watford, then it is on the left just before the mini-roundabout; if approaching from Hemel Hempstead, then it is on the right just after the mini-roundabout.

Parking will be limited.  There are only 25 spaces at the Hall, so please share transport if you can.  Additional parking is available on the local streets, but this is also quite limited.  Please be considerate of our neighbours when parking.  If you require a disabled parking space and forgot to request one when booking, then please contact us so that we can reserve a space for you.

If you are coming by public transport, then the nearest main line railway stations are Watford Junction and Kings Langley. There is a bus service on Saturday (No. 320), from Watford Junction but not on Sunday. Times can be found on the Arriva Journey Planner. There is no bus service from Kings Langley. There are generally taxis waiting outside Watford Junction. Local taxi services for Kings Langley are Kings Cars (01923 262266) and Abbots Cars (01923 677613).

If you require a hotel for overnight accommodation, then there are plenty in the area but make sure you book in advance as many tend to be booked up by those visiting Harry Potter World. There are none in the village of Bedmond, but the nearest are probably:

Travelodge in Hemel Hempstead (0871 984 603)
Holiday Inn in Watford or Hemel Hempstead (0871 423 4876)
Premier Inn in Garston (0871 527 9142)
Premier Inn in Kings Langley (0871 527 8568)

We will provide light meals on both days, probably comprising baguettes, fruit and crisps.  Tea, coffee and soft drinks will be available at meal times and water will always be available.  There is no charge for food or drink.

We will be providing regular, vegetarian and gluten free options, which you should have selected at the time of booking.  If you have other dietary requirements, then you will need to bring your own food for the event.

Recordings of all talks will be available.  Links to download the talks will be put on this website during the week after the conference.  If you are able to do so, then please use these links.  If you need audio CD copies, then please fill out one of the forms that will be available at the PA desk.  There will be no charge for downloads or CD’s

We are not charging for this event – we simply want to be able to bless people and be a channel for what God is doing at this time.  If the Holy Spirit prompts you to give, there will be an offering plate available at the front.  You may also donate through our Stewardship account – see the “Support Us” link at the foot of this page.

If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.