You are all invited to a free guided walk in and around Goffs Oak on Saturday 17th August starting from outside Goffs Oak Community Library.

This date and time will be to commemorate exactly 75 years after a devastating VI Doodlebug bomb landed and exploded in Goffs Lane, close to Goffs Oak House, tragically killing five people. This single weapon caused the largest loss of civilian lives in Goffs Oak during the whole course of World War II.  Come along and walk with and listen to local amateur historian, Mick Coe, and learn more about the past in this fascinating corner of Hertfordshire.

This event is being organised by the Goffs Oak Community Association.

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