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Electric Umbrella is a Hertfordshire-based charity that uses music to enrich and empower the lives of people with learning disabilities

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A trip to a Zambian school sparked an idea that has helped tens of thousands of people in need around the world. Here, St Albans photographer Adam Dickens discusses the work of Taking Pictures, Changing Lives

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Bushey’s Martin Langston began his art career in graphic design before moving into art direction. After a hiatus he has returned to his first love, comics, and soon he’ll be hosting a solo show at Wynd Gallery in Letchworth

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4 of the best children’s authors & illustrators in Hertfordshire

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Author Nick Halliday discusses tackling big issues for children aboard his narrowboat near Berkhamsted

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We need to rebuild our economy and confidence as we come out of lockdown. History shows Hertfordshire has been at the forefront of ideas for recovery before, and can be again

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Not bothering with clothes has been a trend in lockdown, so what is it about going naked that people enjoy? Julie Lucas bares all at a St Albans naturist site to try and find out

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Many parents struggle to decide between a state or independent school education. To help you make your decision, we’ve got the answers to your frequently asked questions.

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When coronavirus hit and theatres shut, choreographer Tim Claydon needed something to satisfy his creative side and turned to baking. He shares his story and tells us why gifting Challah bread is the perfect way to lift spirits and say ‘thank you’.

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Voted the UK’s top beauty blogger, Letchworth’s CC Clarke has made a career as an influencer. Now she’s heading into fashion and music too.

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This month, 80 years ago, a desperate air battle to stop Nazi domination began over southern England. Here are the stories of three of the Few; young Herts men who helped stop an invasion

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We spend five minutes with Harpenden’s winner of the #sheinspires awards

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Celebrating the 250th anniversary of William Wordsworth’s birth, Liz Hamilton looks at how his vision informed conservation and how we see the natural world.

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A photographer has captured life in lockdown by taking doorstep family portraits, including several newborn babies yet to meet their grandparents.

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Kimpton’s Simon Wallace, 46, teacher, director and founder of lockdown hit, Kitchen Sink Drama

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