You are here: Home>Towns and Villages>Hemel Hempstead>Lark in the Park Lark in the ParkWe would like to know the year of this event and any memoriesBy Bill KoolenBowman and BowboySting?Cute kidsPunchJimmy Edwards steals the show againAny faces?Relax babyRock onCatweazle?Inbreeding rife in parts of HertfordshireRather you than me mateNot in front of the children This page was added on 25/05/2011. Comments about this page ReplyIt’s Councillor Buteux isn’t it? He ran the Bell PubBy Liz Warriner (10/08/2017) ReplyI won a hot air balloon ride at Lark in the Park. It was 1995. There was an entry form in the paper to take to the event. By Donna Hurman (30/10/2015) ReplyThe first picture looks like Boris to me. These Mayors do get around.By Ken Livingstone (09/06/2011) ReplyPhoto 4. The Punch & Judy man is Des Turner who is Professor of The Punch & Judy FellowshipBy Pam Gasking (28/05/2011) Add a comment about this pageYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Your comment:Name * Email * Website I consent to my name and e-mail address being stored along with this comment, and to the website editors communicating with me by e-mail about the comment if necessary. My name may be published alongside the comment on the website, but my e-mail address will not be published. My information will not be shared with any third party (see our Privacy Statement - opens in a new window). * Hemel Hempstead'Kodak Tower' replacement'Little more than a tub of water on wheels'101 years of cinemas in Hemel HempsteadA possible member of Hemel Hempstead Movie MakersA tale of two companies is part of explosive gas historyA vital source of education or a hotbed of infidelityAstley Cooper : surgeon to rich and famousBream's Coaches of Hemel HempsteadBuncefield Fuel Depot FireBury Mill End SchoolCan you identify 6? Leisure & Hobbies show 1994Dacorum our HeritageDemolition of a PrincessDragons in EnglandFFEI Ltd (formerly Fujifilm Electronic Imaging and Crosfield Electronics) before and after Buncefield explosions on 11 December 2005Film of Hemel HempsteadFilm of Hemel Hempstead New TownFirst World WarFirst World WarFish StoriesGert's childhood HemelHemel Hempstead / FeldenHemel Hempstead cricket club's tale of long inningsHemel Hempstead Hospital Blues.Hemel Hempstead Local History and Museum SocietyHemel Hempstead Old TownHemel Hempstead Old Town Hall MemoriesHemel's Medieval WallHow drinkers got The Boot and ended up Legge-lessIs this the original "Meals on Wheels" team?Japanese visit DacorumJimmy & Maria BolinoJimmy BolinoJoan Allen's MemoriesJoan Allen's MemoriesJoan Allen's MemoriesJoan Allen's MemoriesJoan Allen's MemoriesJoan Allen's MemoriesJust four out of 24 pubs still pull pints in the High StreetLark in the ParkLt. Gilman Dorr Blake, US Army Air Force. Died January 1945.Mary SmithMemoirs of Alan FrenchMemories of James Hayter and Roger LiveseyMemories of PhyllisMore Mayors?Mountfield Road & Seymour Crescent Coronation 1953My First Memories Were of Hemel HempsteadMy HertfordshireMy HertfordshireMy uncle Bert's pubNew book brings a historic industry to lifePainting without paintsPetitions from Hemel Hempstead re the abolion of slavery, 1830Plough Roundabout aka the Magic RoundaboutPostcards saw romance blossom for photographerQueen StreetRail disaster that claimed 43 livesResources for SchoolsRevelations of life in Hemel Hempstead in Tudor TimesRose's Lime Juice at Boxmoor WharfRoyal VisitSchool books its place in historyThe 'extraordinary' market that put Hemel Hempstead on the mapThe Empty RoomThe exciting life and times of the boxing hero of HemelThe inns and outs of town's public housesThe Queen's CoronationThe Queen's visit to Hemel Hempstead in 1952Town's 'gateway' pub was victim of lakeside projectTreacle Bumpstead: The Movie.Victorian tourists snapped up this continental crockeryWar and boom prompted an exodus from city to townWater the Vital ResourceWilliam GowerWilliam HallDacorum U3A (University of the Third Age)AdeyfieldBennetts EndChauldenWarners EndGadebridgeHighfieldWoodhall FarmBoxmoor See also'Lark in the Park' also appears inCan you identify?