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A new festival for Herts is all about family fun, great local talent and big tribute acts, dancing, delicious food and drink, and hilarious competitions – all in a boutique setting in lovely countryside

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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

If you’re looking for things to do in Hertfordshire this month, we have gathered lots of events for February 2019

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

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February 2019

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

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January 2019

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

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Ring in 2019 with a bang at one of these great Hertfordshire party venues. Expect sparkling Champagne, elegant feasts and lots of dancing

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The time between Christmas and New Year is normally about lounging on the sofa in a post-Christmas dinner daze. So we’ve gathered some great events going on in Hertfordshire to combat Twixmas lethargy

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High jinks and hilarious dancing, Sarah Grosvenor reviews Aladdin

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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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December 2018

Hertford Choral Society is celebrating 80 years of singing with the publication of a book on its history and an upcoming Christmas concert, its musical director discusses its success

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December 2018

Nothing brings that festive feeling quite like a carol or Christmas music concert, so we’ve gathered 12 to try in Herts

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Forget the telly re-runs and head out with the family to the theatre for an interactive, over-the-top, belly laugh Christmas show

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Bride: The Wedding Show is the go-to event for couples looking to plan their big day the local way and find all you need to make your day truly special

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Don’t miss the December issue – everything you need for a fabulous Herts Christmas!

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Inspired by steampunk and Photoshop, amateur photographer Gary Nicholls embarked on an epic challenge to create a trilogy of lavish photo novels

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November 2018

Christmas isn’t complete without a trip to a festive fair. From German-style food stalls to vintage fetes, Hertfordshire’s Christmas markets have it all

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This year marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, so we’ve gathered some Remembrance Day events taking place in the county

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November 2018

Nothing beats wrapping up warm and heading out to see a bonfire and fireworks display. We have gathered 18 places in Hertfordshire to see a dazzling performance

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A new three-day festival promising to meet all your Christmas needs takes place at Knebworth this month

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November 2018

Suzanne Cooper: the hidden artist

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Paintings stashed under a bed, an unassuming relative, and a chance visit to a gallery on the other side of the world began a detective story to uncover and celebrate the brilliant and complex vision of Suzanne Cooper

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October 2018

Marking 150 years of rail in Elstree

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

An exhibition tells the story of the impact of the new station for the area, opened 150 years ago

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September 2018

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

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