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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 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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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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What’s on in Hertfordshire in May

Monday, April 23, 2018

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

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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

Following last year’s successful ‘Becoming Henry Moore’ exhibition, Henry Moore Studios & Gardens have more inspiring artworks in store for their 2018 exhibition ‘Out of the Block: Henry Moore Carvings’

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Glass mosaic artist Julie Edmunds is in love with colour. A visit to her Chipperfield home shows how her engaging pieces reflect a vibrant outlook

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March 2018

Wartime photographer Käthe Buchler’s pictures give an insight into everyday life in Germany during the First World War

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March 2018

Herts’ Charlotte Beaumont talks about the female writers, actors, agents, dramatists, and her mum, who have helped propel her to Broadchurch and beyond

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March 2018

Join us in celebrating our 40th anniversary with afternoon tea at Sopwell House on 22nd March 2018

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From Yorkshire to Herts, Mike Rollins is entranced by landscape, history and nature. Sandra Smith met the painter in his garden shed studio in Hitchin

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February 2018

Thousands of pairs of free tickets for a host of attractions and activities across the county are up for grabs in the Herts Big Weekend ballot

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Born 125 years ago this month in Hertford, WE Johns was to define derring-do, both as an early fighter pilot and author of Biggles’ many adventures. Steve Roberts looks at the extraordinary life of the pioneer

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February 2018

She may be one of the biggest stars on the planet right now, but Daisy Ridley is as grounded as the day she first began studying her craft at Tring Park School for the Performing Arts

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February 2018

Gordon House: the print of a visionary

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

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

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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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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January 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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December 2017

Updated: 5 things to do in Hertfordshire this weekend

Friday, December 15, 2017

Wondering what’s on this weekend near you? We have picked five top things to do in Herts

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The UK’s greatest celebration of France returns to Olympia London on 26-28 January

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