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Beset by a legal row that meant much of it was inaccessible for years, the new Noth Hertfordshire Museum is finally fully open, and it's been worth the wait

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Thursday, August 29, 2019

A historic market town close to the western boundary of the county, Berko, as the locals call it, mixes ancient and modern in style

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Thursday, August 29, 2019

The £400m scheme is described as "different from anywhere else in the UK"

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Thursday, August 29, 2019

A walk in the country with the promise of a welcoming pub for lunch is one of the things Herts does brilliantly. We've picked some of the best to try

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Don't miss the fabulous September issue - on sale in supermarkets and good newsagents now

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Health & Style

Thursday, August 29, 2019

The benefits of getting out in the fresh air are well-known, but a new take on it, forest therapy, is growing in popularity as a way to unwind and improve health. We asked Herts-based forest therapy guide Sam Wright to explain

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January 2019

Cresta Silks, founded in Welwyn GC 90 years ago, is a remarkable story of leading artists, socialist principals and commercial nous that made women look fabulous

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Homes & Gardens

Monday, August 19, 2019

Once owned by a bodyguard to Edward the Confessor, and a hideout during the Profumo affair, The Mill in Westmill is a home with a long and intriguing history

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With a baby imminent, a couple with a vision took on a former power station near Ware and set about realising its potential as a family home

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With exotic inspiration from her travels mixed with cottage garden plants and natural areas, Sally Trendell has created a magical riverside garden at her home near Wheathampstead

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Searching for that elusive property with bags of potential, a couple took on a renovation that transformed a tired 70s home into a TV show winner

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Named after the Gabriel Bell in St Albans' historic clock tower, Gabriel Square is a collection of luxury homes arranged around a landscaped communal garden.

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Food & Drink

Wed, 12:11

Welcome to The Cricketers of Redbourn; set in the idyllic location of East Common in the heart of the village, overlooking Redbourn Common in Hertfordshire.

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Located in the beautiful village of Ashwell and blessed with elegant Georgian proportions, this pub-restaurant has plenty to commend its menu too

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The Campaign for Real Ale has acknowledged a community-owned village pub in Herts as its Pub of the Year

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To celebrate British Food Fortnight this month we've compiled a guide to 19 of the best producers making fabulous food and drink right on your doorstep

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Ad Feature Bistro Gautier

Mon, 15:16

Imagine stumbling across a classic family-run bistro in a French village.

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People

Thursday, August 29, 2019

The benefits of getting out in the fresh air are well-known, but a new take on it, forest therapy, is growing in popularity as a way to unwind and improve health. We asked Herts-based forest therapy guide Sam Wright to explain

Read more »
January 2019
Monday, August 19, 2019

A love of animals combined with the art of blacksmithing has made Berkhamsted's Charles Elliott an in-demand sculptor here and abroad

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Raised under a repressive regime, the founder of a Herts charity is using books to empower deprived children to determine their lives

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Monday, August 12, 2019

The 'most celebrated captain of banditti in the kingdom' James Whitney began life in poverty in Stevenage before embarking on a career of highway robbery at the head of a notorious Herts gang

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Cresta Silks, founded in Welwyn GC 90 years ago, is a remarkable story of leading artists, socialist principals and commercial nous that made women look fabulous

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Arts & Culture

Monday, August 19, 2019

A love of animals combined with the art of blacksmithing has made Berkhamsted's Charles Elliott an in-demand sculptor here and abroad

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Raised under a repressive regime, the founder of a Herts charity is using books to empower deprived children to determine their lives

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