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Yesterday, 17:02

It will be all eyes to the sky when a popular kite festival comes to Royston on Sunday.

Ben Lewis.

The mayor of Royston said he is ‘absolutely delighted’ that an application that was holding back major work at a landmark hotel has been given the go ahead.

Plus size model Kimberley Ireland is representing Hertfordshire at a pageant and raising money for Home-Start.

A plus size model whose life fell apart after an accident at work is raising money for the family support charity which offered her a lifeline but now faces an uncertain future following funding cuts.

Herts County Council
Laura Whitford and Anne Walls

The organiser of a community craft fair event said she fears new regulations which mean she cannot hang up a banner advertising the event each month will lead to its eventual closure.

Stevenage Magistrates' Court

A Royston man has been sentenced to a two year community order for stalking his estranged wife.


Yesterday, 16:26

Reed Cricket Club invite both members and guests to their charity day, in aid of Cardiac Risk in the Young, this Sunday.


Steeple Morden FC are hosting a charity football festival on Saturday.

Travis Pell and Noah Field at the Welwyn Petit Tour

As the professional cyclists raced around Paris at the weekend, Cycle Club Ashwell youth were in action at the Welwyn Petit Tour, the final round of the Tour of Hertfordshire series.

Cricket bat

Royston 2nds thrashed promotion-chasing Wilbrahams 2nds by 76 runs on Saturday.

Scott Bridges challenges Goode for a loose ball

Chris Watters struck twice and Rob Mason grabbed his first Royston Town goal since the 2013/14 season as they trounced a Stevenage XI 7-2 in their final pre-season friendly at Garden Walk on Tuesday night.

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Tue, 12:27

Open-air entertainment is a feature of any British summer, and at Knebworth House there are two theatre treats coming up for fans of Shakespeare – and swashbuckling drama.

Ian McKellen in Mr Holmes

The crimebusting brainbox of Baker Street has never been more popular, it seems.

Michelle Chantelle Hopewell appears in Sister Act at the Gordon Craig Theatre

The team putting together this summer’s feelgood musical show at Stevenage’s Gordon Craig Theatre won’t have to pray for divine intervention to ensure a hit.

There's plenty of sand play in store at the summer festival sessions

School’s out for summer, and there’s a seasonal series of free family-friendly festival events on the calendar to help people make the most of the break.

North Herts District Council
Mamma Mia!

Three nights of family favourite films to enjoy under the stars are part of Letchworth’s offer for August evenings.

North Herts District Council

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