Messy Church with Sports

Saturday mornings 10am – 11am at the Dane End Memorial Hall until June 18th when it will move back to All Saints Church.
Craft, sport and fun for all the family
What are you doing on Saturday mornings?
Watching TV, washing the car, doing homework?
…you could be playing footie, doing crafts, playing games, having hot chocolate and biscuits.
This is for the whole family……having fun together!

Little Munden Cafe

Held at All Saints’ Church, every Wednesday afternoon from 4th May until 20th July, from 3.00pm till 4.30pm. A warm welcome, with home-made cakes and pastries, to everyone in the village and surrounding villages.

Dame Enders

Our local womens group, we meet on the first Thursday of each month (except August). Women of all ages are welcome to join us. We do various things, including going out for meals, we have speakers, go for walks, theatre trips, play games and much, much more. Please call one of the following if you would like to join us or would like to find out what is happening each month – our programme is very flexible so it’s best to call!

Linda Young 438560, Sharon Johnson 438468, Josie Barnard 438700

Walkers Website

Gets better – and goes National
Walking in Herts is a website packed with useful information for walkers.
With more than 150 walks to download and print, free, and details of around 100 guided walks every month, it also has books of walks, contact details for all the walking groups in the county and much more. Whether you want to walk on your own or with a group all the information is here in one place.
Now, after three years hard work local man John Harris has taken the concept countrywide.
Walking in England,, has thousands of walks to download and print – and all free of charge!
With walks from half a mile to twelve miles long, and a note of suitability for pushchairs and wheelchairs, everyone can find a walk to enjoy.
So home or away, check out the websites and get walking!

Cricket Club

Little Munden Cricket Club plays in the Herts and Essex Cricket League on Saturdays and occasional Sunday friendlies. New players are always welcome. For more information see our website.


Ware and District 41 Club have a dinner meeting at the Star in Standon on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. Sometimes with a guest speaker.

If you feel that you would like to come along and meet us without any obligation to join, contact me at .

What is 41 Club?

41 Club was formed in 1945 to provide a way for members of Round Table to continue their friendships after retirement from Round Table at the then obligatory age of 40.

The full name is “The Association of Ex-Round Tablers’ Clubs” and it forms part of “The Round Table Family”.

Round Table was founded in March 1927 by Louis Marchesi. Marchesi was a young Rotarian in Norwich who became aware of the lack of opportunities for the young businessmen of the day to meet and prepare themselves for their responsibilities as senior businessmen in later years. He found himself surrounded by older men, so he started a club for younger men with a maximum age of 40 to give them the right environment to develop their professional and civic skills while assisting the local community, the nation and later the world as a whole.

Round Table was formed after being inspired by a speech by the then Prince of Wales who said “The young business and professional men of this country must get together round the table, adopt methods that have proved so sound in the past, adapt them to the changing needs of the times and, wherever possible, improve them.” Since that time Round Table has used the motto “Adopt – Adapt – Improve”.

Originally once a Round Tabler reached 40 years of age he would retire from Round Table and would then become eligible to join 41 Club – hence the name! In 1998 Round Table changed their retirement age to 45, but we still kept the name of the Association as ’41 Club’.

41 Club’s main priority is in continuing the friendships made in Round Table. The philosophy of the club is very similar to that of Round Table though in many cases 41 Clubs meet less often.

The Club’s main purpose is to support Round Table and, if possible, participate in local community service initiatives or charity work. However, the ‘continued friendship’ and ‘fellowship’ aspect is of great importance. Most clubs meet monthly, often in a public house, golf club or restaurant. Meetings are usually semi-formal with either an activity or a speaker to entertain. Lifelong friendships are often made in 41 Club.

At the 2022 AGM, membership rules changed, and should they wish, Clubs may now invite like-minded men who are not past members of Round Table and are aged 45 and over to be regular guests at club meetings. After a period deemed suitable by each Club, such guests may be invited to join that Club and such invitations may later be ratified by a majority vote of full members of said club. Such new ‘Invitational members’ would enjoy full membership rights in the local club and also in the National Association

There are four members of the Round Table Family of Clubs:

Round Table for men between 18 and 45

41 Club for past Round Tablers over 40 and Invitational members as described above

Ladies Circle for women up to 45

Tangent for women

41 Club is managed by an elected National Board – consisting of a National President and nine officers with specific responsibilities. In addition, there is a National Councillor elected by each of the 25 geographical regions in the country who represent the clubs. The National Councillors and the National Board form the ‘National Council’ of 41 Club.

There are around 700 41 Clubs in the UK and Eire with a total membership of over 13,200.

41 Club is also an international organisation with 28 countries affiliated to ’41 International’. Each country sends representatives to the International AGM and a Half Yearly Meeting – both of which are hosted around the world.

Ballet Club

My name is Nicola Endersby and I started a ballet club at Little Munden Primary School in April. Classes take place on Tuesdays from 3.25 – 4.25 pm during term time in the school hall and cost £5.00 per class plus a one-off fee of £15 for the uniform.

Children age 3 – 6 are welcome. We have a lot of fun learning the ballet basics and enjoy exciting dance adventures together. Anyone who is interested could email me at , look at my website or come along to the school fete on the 29th June where we will be everyone to join in a 30 minute taster of what we do in the lessons.



There is no Tennis Club in Little Munden, but here is information about the tennis club at Watton-at-Stone for those who may wish to join that club.

Dane End Badminton

All the information you need is right here