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A Barley-based gin maker has plenty of reasons to celebrate this month after being named as a finalist in two high profile business awards.

The Community Drivesafe scheme has proved a success in Barley on the B1368.

Villagers who have lived in fear for their safety for many years because of speeding cars are celebrating after teaming up with police and successfully tackling the problem.

The Alan Titchmarsh Wildlife Garden at Keech Hospice Care

A Garden Fest event staged by Keech Hospice Care to showcase the new outdoor area created by TV’s Alan Titchmarsh was a real moneyspinner.

From today shoppers are being asked to pay 5p for each carrier bag they use at larger stores.

Shop staff are bracing themselves for checkout confrontation from today as free carrier bags become a thing of the past at larger stores.

Superfast broadband is on its way to Hertfordshire

An ‘acceleration package’ means that the next £13.9 million stage of the project will kick off in January, rather than next summer.


Thursday, October 1, 2015

A Royston firefighter will take to the hallowed turf of Aviva Premiership side Saracens in the first of two charity matches at Allianz Park on Thursday, October 15.

New vice-captain Ray Boddy on the 18th at Royston Golf Club

Saffron Walden beat Brampton in the final of the ladies’ Jean Wilkinson Trophy, hosted by Royston Golf Club.

Scott Bridges celebrates scoring the second goal for Royston

The Crows are up to second in Southern League Division One Central after taking their winning run to six with convincing wins over struggling opponents.

Scott Bridges celebrates scoring the second goal for Royston

Substitute Luke Robins notched a brace and Scott Bridges and centre back Liam McDevitt grabbed the others as the Crows extended their unbeaten run to four and climbed to sixth in Southern League Division One Central.

Matt Gray full of praise for his fallen Foxes

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Foxton manager Matt Gray was left praising his side’s efforts despite narrowly losing out in the Davidstow National Village Cup final at Lord’s on Sunday.

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Yesterday, 20:55

There’s all sorts of clowning around as well as death-defying daredevil displays on offer this week as Circus Wonderland rolls into Stevenage for the first time.

Barron Knights will be appearing in Stevenage

Leighton Buzzard can’t really compare with the likes of Liverpool and Manchester as a hotbed of musical creativity.

Tom Holland

Acclaimed historian Tom Holland will be talking about his latest work at Letchworth’s David’s Bookshop later this month.

Holly Smale meets Georgia Sutcliffe at Hertford Children's Book Festival

A fun event celebrating the geek will feature as part of this year’s Hertford Children’s Book Festival.

Stevenage singer Aimi Percival brings her Truly Andrews show to the Gordon Craig Theatre in October

Aimi Percival has been a fan of peerless Mary Poppins star Julie Andrews ever since she first trod the boards as one of the Von Trapp tots in a 1992 production of The Sound Of Music at Hitchin Town Hall.

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