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New issue! Hertfordshire Life magazine March 2016 is available to buy in shops and online now

PUBLISHED: 10:00 18 February 2016

Hertfordshire Life's March 2016 issue is now on sale

Hertfordshire Life's March 2016 issue is now on sale


The complete guide to enjoying your favourite county - top March events, people, places, food and more

Hertfordshire Life magazine’s new March 2016 issue is now on sale.

You can buy it at many good supermarkets, news agents, farm shops and garden centres in and around the county, or alternatively:

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Highlights from the March issue of Hertfordshire Life magazine include:

10 top Easter events in the county

The Herts Rich List 2016 - discover the top 50 with the most (and how they made it)

Watford Colosseum launches a world-class series of classical concerts (and you could WIN TICKETS!)

It’s World Book Day! Discover the best writing clubs in Hertfordshire, plus the county’s strange literary links

Museum treasures - the county’s curators reveal their most cherised artefacts

Mum-daughter business duos

Watford’s £1.5bn revamp plan

The Letchworth pop-artist coming home for a reunion exhibition

2016 garden trends plus top tips from a BBC garden expert

Beautiful bluebell walks

The battle of Berkhamsted

120 things to do in our March diary

Star dog: we meet the prized pooch of a Berkhamsted best-selling author

The perfect strawberry pavlova recipe

The fundraising horse rides taking place across some of the world’s most stunning landscapes

PLUS all the best local culture, style, home tips, food and drink, property, gardens and more...

Grab your copy now and make March marvellous.


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