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Out & About

Tue, 13:18

Mighty Georgian-era reservoirs attracting overwintering wildfowl, village pubs and a blaze of autumn leaf colour are just some of the attractions of a walk around Tring Reservoirs and the Grand Union canal in autumn, writes Liz Hamilton

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November 2017
Tue, 13:13

Designing fun, colourful prints in a fusion of tradtional European and modern Japanese styles, a pair of illustrators have combined talents to create a globally-successful business. Nikki Lennox Moorby met the duo in their Hitchin studio

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November 2017
Tue, 13:00

He may not be so well known today, but Berkhamsted-born poet William Cowper was a literary giant of the 18th century. Stephen Roberts looks at the brilliant and troubled mind of the poet and hymnodist

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November 2017
Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Make new friends, get gardening tips, expand your horticultural knowledge and visit inspirational gardens, these are just some of the benefits of joining a local horticultural club

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November 2017
Monday, October 30, 2017

There are few villages in England that can lay claim to such a varied and remarkable history – Kings Langley’s story includes Romans, kings and queens, world leading industry and spies. Julie Lucas opens the record books

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November 2017

Health & Style

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

A word-first centre for groundbreaking medical research that could tackle previously untreatable diseases has opened in Stevenage. Louise McEvoy reports on the £67m site that could save lives on a global scale

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November 2017
Monday, October 16, 2017

Florist Kirsty O’Neil and farmer Ryan Franklin-Smith’s wedding was a traditional church affair followed by a flower-filled vintage country reception on the family farm. Kirsty gives an insight into their romance and the big day

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October 2017
Thursday, September 21, 2017

We’ve teamed up with SANRIZZ salon at The Maltings in St Albans to offer a lucky reader the chance to win a fabulous hair and beauty make-over

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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Just five minutes exercise in the open air can have a tangible impact on our mental and physical health. Keri Jordan explores the opportunities and benefits of enjoying ‘green exercise’ in the county this summer and beyond

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August 2017

Homes & Gardens

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Make new friends, get gardening tips, expand your horticultural knowledge and visit inspirational gardens, these are just some of the benefits of joining a local horticultural club

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November 2017

An Arts and Crafts home in Chorleywood plays a key role in a star-studded film set for release early next year. Pat Bramley met its proud long-term owner

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November 2017

With meticulous attention to detail, luxury and class a new St Albans home is designed to be an ergonomic, future-proofed family home. At £6m, 53 The Park is the most expensive new build in the city

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October 2017

Must-have garden plants for late summer

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

RHS Chelsea Gold medal winner Anne Godfrey of Hertford’s Daisy Roots nursery tells Philippa Pearson her must-have plants for late summer

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September 2017

Inspired by the extravagance of gothic, a couple found the perfect place in Much Hadham to create a fantasy home. Pat Bramley visits

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September 2017
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Food & Drink

Tue, 12:43

The owner and head chef of the Datchworth restaurant on sauces, seasoning, and always learning

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November 2017

The St Albans restaurant’s recipe for a deliciously warming starter

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November 2017

Retreating to a lovely tea room or grand hotel for a spot of afternoon tea during the Christmas season is surely one of the best yuletide treats. We have picked some top places offering afternoon tea with a festive twist in Hertfordshire

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Richard Cawthorne visits a rejuvinated Stanstead Abbotts venue led by a chef with a passion for seafood

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November 2017

Ad Feature: WIN an organic Christmas Dinner Box from Riverford

Friday, November 3, 2017

We are offering one lucky winner all they need for an organic Christmas feast, with a Christmas Dinner Box from Riverford

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People

Tue, 13:13

Designing fun, colourful prints in a fusion of tradtional European and modern Japanese styles, a pair of illustrators have combined talents to create a globally-successful business. Nikki Lennox Moorby met the duo in their Hitchin studio

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November 2017
Tuesday, November 14, 2017

A word-first centre for groundbreaking medical research that could tackle previously untreatable diseases has opened in Stevenage. Louise McEvoy reports on the £67m site that could save lives on a global scale

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November 2017
Tuesday, November 7, 2017

A Letchworth-based charity that aims to improve the lives of those with a long-term or neurological condition through drug-free treatments

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

A father who lost his wife to cancer explains why the Herts 10k, which takes place this month, holds a very special place in his heart

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October 2017
Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Mayor of Ware, Alexander Curtis, one of the youngest mayors in British history

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October 2017

Arts & Culture

Tue, 13:13

Designing fun, colourful prints in a fusion of tradtional European and modern Japanese styles, a pair of illustrators have combined talents to create a globally-successful business. Nikki Lennox Moorby met the duo in their Hitchin studio

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Tue, 13:00

He may not be so well known today, but Berkhamsted-born poet William Cowper was a literary giant of the 18th century. Stephen Roberts looks at the brilliant and troubled mind of the poet and hymnodist

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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

We pick 10 reasons to pick up this month’s Hertfordshire Life magazine

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Monday, October 9, 2017

Sandra Smith explores the past and present of the innovative Herts arts charity as it celebrates its diamond anniversary

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Monday, September 11, 2017

Herts Visual Art’s flagship annual event, Herts Open Studios will see hundreds of artists opening up their private work spaces to the public this month. Sandra Smith picks three to whet your appetite

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