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Photographer Adam Hollier has undertaken a major project to capture the people of his hometown of Tring in a series of portraits published in a book this month

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September 2018

A new exhibition at Perry Green explores the work of sculptor Henry Moore through his carving, revealing how his revolutionary style developed in wood and stone

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August 2018

Over two weekends this month historic places, archives and museums in the county either normally closed to the public or fee paying open their doors for free special events. Here’s a guide to get you exploring

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September 2018

If you’re looking for things to do in Hertfordshire this month, we have gathered lots of events for September 2018

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For three weeks in September, more than 150 artists will take part in Herts Open Studios - a chance for the public to meet them in their work spaces and watch the creative process

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September 2018

Grab a copy of the October issue on sale now at £3.99 in supermarkets and all good newsagents - bringing you the best of the county so you can make the most of it

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The Shires are riding high as the UK’s most successful country music act. With strong links to Herts and neighbouring Beds, the duo blend a Nashville sound with home-inspired lyrics

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August 2018

St Albans-based photographer Casey-Drew shares her 10 favourite places to photograph in the county and how you can get great results too

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Hertfordshire is a foodie haven with gastronomic events taking place throughout the year. We have picked some of the best for this month to check out

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Painter Mark Payne has a love affair with old books and magazines, lovingly recreating their battered covers on a big scale. It’s a world away from his Hitchin CGI company

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July 2018

With a 32-piece orchestra, singers, DJ and a massive light show, the stately grounds of Hatfield House will rock to the sounds of classic Ibiza clubs this summer. The conductor and DJ look forward to the big show

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July 2018

The multi-million pound new St Albans Museum and Gallery has opened after five years’ work to transform the city’s town hall into an ‘internationally important’ cultural hub

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July 2018

Visitors to St Albans Cathedral can see a unique exhibition this summer which has taken more than 30 years to make

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July 2018

How a resurgence in cinema-going inspired a vision for films alfresco against stunning backdrops

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July 2018

This energetic, riotous adaption of colour, magic and song will have you singing along, tapping your feet and smiling from ear to ear

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World of Dinosaurs, one of the UK’s biggest dinosaur attractions has just opened at Broxbourne’s Paradise Wildlife Park. Reporter Louise McEvoy took her family on a journey to the Jurassic

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June 2018

From music to theatre, kids to comedy, we’ve picked our 25 hottest festivals this summer in Herts and give you the chance to win tickets worth £3,500

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Well over 1,000 people and dogs of all shapes and sizes attended the event

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May 2018

A new exhibition explores the influential work of Letchworth Garden City designer Barry Parker. His principles are good ones to live by

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May 2018

We caught up with Hertfordshire-based Zoë Folbigg, author of The Note, on (very) belatedly acting on love at first sight

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May 2018

Hertfordshire County Show is back in Redbourn this month with a bundle of new attractions plus all the old favourites

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May 2018

Whether its sweet, savoury, saucy or spicy you love, you’ll be spoilt for choice at the county’s food and drink festivals this year. Here’s our guide to the tastiest

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Focussed on colour and energy, Cheshunt’s artist Suse Nielebock’s semi-abstract landscape paintings have a charged atmosphere yet are open to the imagination of the viewer

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April 2018

One of the ‘finest house sales’ in an auctioneer’s 30 year history will see 650 lots go under the hammer this month with interest from around the world

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April 2018

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