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Book Group

Ashendon Book Group

'Ladies' of Ashendon (and adjoining villages) meet once every two months at The Hundred of Ashendon for a very informal chat about the book we have been reading, and to choose the next. There are no expectations or commitments on anyone who joins us – feel free to come along even if you haven’t managed to read the current book, dip in and out of the group as life demands, come along to share your thoughts and opinions or simply to listen to what others have to say. It is a lovely excuse to get together and being part of the group makes a great conversation starter when you meet other members of our group when out and about!  

To see the current book, and for more information on time and date of our next meeting and to see what books we have already read and enjoyed (or not!) check out our blog at

To find out more please speak to any member you know or e-mail Sian ([email protected]) or just come along to our next meeting – you will be welcomed by friendly faces! The date of the next meeting is in the village diary elsewhere on this site.