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Out & About

Mon, 16:51

Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust’s Frieda Rummenhohl encourages us to make wildlife one of our priorities in the year ahead – without taking on too much

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February 2019

In John Mills’ long career he has created pieces that sit at the heart of British culture. Richard Burton met the sculptor at his Hinxworth studio ahead of a Herts retrospective this month

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February 2019
Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Don’t miss the fabulous March issue - on sale Thursday February 14!

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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

During 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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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Clear your head during the colder months with a walk around the beautiful and varied Hertfordshire countryside. We have gathered eight spots that make stunning walks in the winter

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Health & Style

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

It’s nearly a century since the foundations of what would become Champneys spas were created in Tring. Julie Lucas talks to two remarkable women at its heart

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January 2019
Tuesday, January 8, 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

Homes & Gardens

Monday, February 11, 2019

With its roots deep in the medieval period, this Hunsdon former hall house makes a surprisingly comfortable, open and bright family home

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February 2019

Inspired by the architecture of New England, a couple took on an ordinary family home in Knebworth and made it their own

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January 2019

A young family moved from an outgrown flat in London to an Edwardian cottage in Bushey, lovingly bringing it back to life with vintage finds and sympathetic updates

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December 2018

A ready-to-move-in house is the last thing this Bishop’s Stortford couple want. Serial renovators, they’ve had the vision to take on three tired homes, including this latest project, and make them into something remarkable

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November 2018

Listed for its architectural and historical importance, this mansion is for sale through Strutt and Parker

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November 2018
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Food & Drink

Mon, 17:03

Open fires, hearty food, local ales and a welcoming atmosphere. These are the things that make for the cosiest times. Find out where you can find all these things and more this winter with our Hertfordshire pubs guide

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Ad Feature The Gables Restaurant Hertford

Mon, 15:09

The Gables Restaurant in Newgate Street Village offers a wide range of Mediterranean cuisine.

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Ad Feature The Golden Fleece Braughing

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The Golden Fleece is the place to enjoy delicious, modern European food all year-round using the best seasonal and locally sourced produce.

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Dinner, but not as you know it. Employing gastrophysics to heighten and alter our perception of food, this Barnet ‘experimental gastronomy studio’ is an experience

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February 2019

The touring festival founded by the celebrity chef has added St Albans to its list this year following the success of the four-venue tour in 2018

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February 2019

People

Nurturing talent for success in the modern music industry is the aim of Bushey’s Purcell School. With some of the best young stars in the country among students and alumni, it’s being noted as a place to watch

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February 2019

In John Mills’ long career he has created pieces that sit at the heart of British culture. Richard Burton met the sculptor at his Hinxworth studio ahead of a Herts retrospective this month

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February 2019
Monday, February 11, 2019

Paul Ryan is Nigel Farage in the much-discussed Brexit: The Uncivil War. The Northchurch actor talks to Sandra Smith about becoming the love-him-or-loathe-him character and being an ‘actorpreneur’

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February 2019
Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Emotional phone-ins, consumer rights and owing his career to a pair of rabbits, the voice of The JVS Show on BBC Three Counties Radio talks about his life and what it takes to put on the award-winning programme

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February 2019
Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Those attracting tourists to Hertfordshire were celebrated at a ceremony at Hanbury Manor in Ware

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February 2019

Arts & Culture

In John Mills’ long career he has created pieces that sit at the heart of British culture. Richard Burton met the sculptor at his Hinxworth studio ahead of a Herts retrospective this month

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Monday, January 21, 2019

At just 30, Hitchin’s Lee Simmons combines sculpture, design and architecture to create remarkable public works

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Monday, January 21, 2019

We have gathered some of the best festivals taking place this year in Hertfordshire. Add these to your diaries

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

High jinks and hilarious dancing, Sarah Grosvenor reviews Aladdin

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Monday, December 10, 2018

Berkhamsted’s Mary Casserley is inspired by history, trains and the posters of the Art Deco period. Her paintings celebrate them all

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