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Events

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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We've selected a variety of spooky activities in the county that are sure to delight the kids

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Spanning more than a century, the British Film Institute National Archive is the largest of its kind in the world. Richard Burton explores the collection and the work to preserve it in perpetuity at Berkhamsted

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Travel back in time to the good old days of Hertfordshire's past with these nostalgic archive videos

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The charity that helps emerging artists in Hertfordshire and the surrounding area to flourish for more than 60 years

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What's on in Hertfordshire in October

Monday, September 30, 2019

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

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There will be an out-of-this-world installation popping up at St Albans Cathedral in October

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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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Behind this month's fun fair in Stevenage is a history spanning 800 years. Julie Lucas looks at how the charter fair made the town and how today it is a source of pride for the showmen and women who transform the High Street each year

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Robert France, Co-MD and Solicitor at HRJ Foreman Laws Solicitors in Hitchin and Welwyn Garden City talks about planning for the future and invites you to a seminar to learn more

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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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From music and theatre to food and comedy, this is the essential guide to the best festivals in Herts this summer

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Inspired by the links between Barbara Hepworth and Herts, a new show at St Albans Museum + Gallery brings together sculptures, drawings and archive material for the first time to explore her vision

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Live music, family fun and great food and drink - we love a summer festival, but what does it take to start one from scratch? The founder of Todd in the Hole gives an insight to an often wacky world

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May 2019

A chance to learn about the wildlife, history and colourful characters of the beautiful Chiltern Hills begins this month on more than 70 guided walks

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May 2019

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