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Heydon Grange Golf and Country Club have hosted a series of events to raise money for local charities to celebrate their 25th anniversary.

A mum pushing her child in a pushchair was the victim of an attempted robbery in Royston earlier this week, and now police have launched an appeal for witnesses to come forward.

Police officers and PCSOs from the North Herts, St Albans and Harpenden Safer Neighbourhood police teams have joined forces to launch an Automatic Number Plate Recognition operation targeting rural crime this summer.

Therfield Village Pre-School enjoyed a summer day at the beach at Bury Lane Fun Barn.

Hertfordshire County Council is donating more than more than 800 works of art.


Wed, 17:20

Reed moved back into the Herts Cricket League Championship play-off place as their bowling attack blew away a struggling Old Owens side on Saturday in a seven-wicket win.

Royston Town boss Steve Castle is hoping the fitness issues that plagued his squad last season are behind them, as the new Southern League Premier Central Division campaign looms.

Royston Town will start their Southern League Premier Central Division at home to Alvechurch on August 10.

Reed cruised to a seven-wicket win over Ampthill Town, thanks to a brilliant performance from their bowling attack, to keep pace at the top of the Herts Cricket Championship.

Royston's Luke Mossey finished 7th and 8th in both races at Knockhill in round four of the Bennett's British Superbike Championship, depsite difficult weather conditions.

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Fri, 10:39

A family friendly festival celebrating the very best of English eccentricity returns to the outskirts of Stevenage this weekend.

Some of the coachloads of fans who came to Cambridge Arts Theatre to see The Rocky Horror Show, over 40 years since it was written, knew every line of this send-up of both the horror movie and science fiction.

Without doubt the most extravagant production to ever hit the Cambridge Arts Theatre stage, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is unlike anything else you've ever seen.

The Flying Legends Air Show at IWM Duxford this weekend will feature five of the original German aircraft from the 1969 movie Battle of Britain.

Whaddon's annual summer fete is being held this weekend - and this year's proceeds are going towards the £50,000 needed to help fund a new church roof after lead thieves struck last month.

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