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The Isabel Hospice in Welwyn Garden City has announced it will celebrate its 35th anniversary with a 1920s evening, with music, costumes and dance of the period.

Roadworks will take place this weekend in the A1000 Hertford Road following a string of recent accidents.

County Hall is under fire for failing to repair damage from a central Welwyn Garden City road accident for more than two months.

An altruistic group of people who do their best to help others in Hatfield have had their efforts recognised.

Several Welwyn Hatfield trains are running late this morning after serious storm-related disruption yesterday.

Potters Bar News

Friday, February 24, 2017

Several Welwyn Hatfield trains are running late this morning after serious storm-related disruption yesterday.

Potters Bar firefighters were sent to tackle a blaze in Brookmans Park.

A talented Cuffley singer of just 14 has won through to the semi-final of a national competition by performing in front of a sell-out West End audience.

Drivers on the M25 motorway near Potters Bar are suffering serious delays after a collision, with congestion likely to persist for more than an hour.

Visitors to an exhibition that opened in Potters Bar today can learn about its notable residents, from a 12th century turncoat nobleman to a great locomotive designer.

Sport

Friday, February 24, 2017

The Herts Sports Partnership launched the county’s Sport England’s This Girl Can 2017 campaign on Friday.

Herts Mavericks co-captain Lindsay Keable shares her thoughts with the Welwyn Hatfield Times as the new Vitality Netball Superleague commenced on Friday night.

Hatfield House Tennis Club hosted the Billy Ross-Skinner British Mixed Doubles tournament, sponsored by Neptune Investment Management, earlier in the month.

Robert Poth was left shell-shocked after being crowned FIS male champion at the 21st English Alpine Championship in Italy.

The Rosey are into the Premier Division League Cup semi-finals after a dramatic penalty-shootout victory over The Great Northern at Welwyn Playing Fields.

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Heritage

Sunday, February 5, 2017

A Hertfordshire aircraft museum preserving the de Havilland name has appointed its first curator.

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The spotlight will fall on the legendary Avro Lancaster, one of Britain’s most iconic Second World War bombers, at IWM Duxford during the February half-term holiday.

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An aviation museum that restores de Havilland aircraft and is home of the Mosquito museum has won a top tourism award.

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Viewers tuning in to watch Hollywood star Tom Hardy’s new BBC One period drama Taboo tonight will see Hatfield on their TV screens.

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Scenes from Tom Hardy’s major new BBC TV drama series Taboo were shot in Hatfield.

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