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Yesterday, 12:23

A key figure in the British Pop Art movement, Gordon House was hugely influential but remains little known outside of artistic cirles. Sandra Smith looks at his life and works ahead of a retrospective in Letchworth - the town where he grew up

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January 2018
Yesterday, 12:23

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

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Mon, 15:57

Be it under the ancient oaks of Broxbourne Woods or alongside the gentle deer of Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire is a fantastic place to de-stress with a woodland walk this autumn and winter. We count down our 8 top choices to try

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Mon, 10:24

Join Arlene Phillips and Strictly Come Dancing favourites Aljaz and Janette on this exclusive 8-day river cruise along the Danube

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Monday, January 15, 2018

The museum has won an award for its ‘outstanding’ education programme

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January 2018

Health & Style

Yesterday, 12:23

Heather Harris leaps at the chance to try out the latest fitness craze - boogie bounce, rebounding and free jumping

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January 2018
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

Homes & Gardens

Monday, January 15, 2018

A grand refuge for French nuns to flee persecution and latterly a school and orphanage too, a former convent in Baldock has many tales to tell. Pat Bramley explores the history of the site, newly-converted into luxury homes

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January 2018

During January and February, elusive little white signs of spring pop up around the county in the form of snowdrops. We have gathered some of the best places to go for a snowdrop walk in Hertfordshire

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It’s a tale of love, both for a building and a builder – Pat Bramley met the family who converted a Victorian church near Welwyn GC into a unique family home

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December 2017

Ad Feature: Buying a bespoke British-made kitchen in Hertfordshire

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Hawk Interiors offers a truly bespoke service to create your dream kitchen, here’s how...

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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
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Food & Drink

Yesterday, 12:31

‘A delicious warming cocoa drink with a delicate coconut and spearmint twist, perfect for chilly January’

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January 2018

For the most important meal of the day, we have your guide to the cafés serving some of the best breakfasts and brunches in Hertfordshire

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Join Arlene Phillips and Strictly Come Dancing favourites Aljaz and Janette on this exclusive 8-day river cruise along the Danube

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Ad Feature: The Three Tuns, Ashwell

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Situated in the picturesque village of Ashwell in North Hertfordshire between Royston & Baldock The Three Tuns is what a ‘quintessentially English’ pub should be.

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Food and drink editor Richard Cawthorne visits the historic country hotel with a fresh sense of purpose

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January 2018

People

Yesterday, 12:01

From being a complete novice a year ago to being crowned Commonwealth champion, Gemma Marshall has blasted into the sport of power lifting. Mark Slattery spoke to the Knebworth athlete about her rapid rise and the challenges she faces

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January 2018
Friday, January 5, 2018

‘Women tend to have been brought up not to blow their own trumpet, or as my mum would call it, show off’

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Monday, December 18, 2017

The Bennetts have been cultivating Christmas trees at Hooks Cross for 17 years, going through a steep learning curve to find, grow and protect their firs. Sandra Smith went to the farm to find out just what goes into your festive centrepiece

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Monday, December 11, 2017

Paul Laidlaw has entertained audiences for decades with his comic antics as the pantomime dame at Gordon Craig Theatre’s annual Christmas spectacle. Julie Lucas caught up with him ahead of his latest role in Jack and the Beanstalk

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December 2017
Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Synonymous with Christmas thanks to his many festive tales, key characters, places and events in Dickens’ stories are closer to home than you might think, writes Michael Long

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December 2017

Arts & Culture

Yesterday, 12:23

A key figure in the British Pop Art movement, Gordon House was hugely influential but remains little known outside of artistic cirles. Sandra Smith looks at his life and works ahead of a retrospective in Letchworth - the town where he grew up

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Yesterday, 12:23

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

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Monday, January 15, 2018

It’s a world exotic and often terrifying, Louise McEvoy explores a fascinating new book on early medicine by the University of Hertfordshire’s Jennifer Evans

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Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Passed by, tucked away and sometimes unassuming, there are art treasures in the county that are little known but are among the most prized by museums, churches and institutions. Julie Lucas asked our curators and archivists to choose 21 objects that resonate with meaning

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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Enjoy Hertfordshire all year...

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