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A man died yesterday evening after being struck by a train near Potters Bar.

The current cold snap is uncomfortable for primary school pupils in Welwyn, as their heating is out of action until boilers can be replaced.

A retired rugby player will be supporting his former club when he runs the London Marathon in April.

The former Beehive pub, one of the oldest and most distinctive buildings in Welwyn Garden Gity, is to reopen as a restaurant tomorrow.

A television film crew visited Pansanger Park on the edge of Welwyn Garden City last week, to make a programme about some of its rarest and most secretive residents.

Potters Bar News

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

A man died yesterday evening after being struck by a train near Potters Bar.

Following a woman being hit by a train at Hatfield Station, no Great Northern trains are stopping at the station.

A company director from Potters Bar is forming a flying task force to tackle the scourge of litter in and around his home town.

Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar schools have received their Progress 8 scores – the Government’s new measurement for pupil achievement introduced last year.

Police are appealing to members of the public to help trace a man who is wanted.

Heritage

Monday, January 9, 2017

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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This year’s Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special will feature Knebworth on Christmas Day.

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Knebworth House will host a two-night music extravaganza next summer.

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The former Beehive pub, one of the oldest and most distinctive buildings in Welwyn Garden Gity, is to reopen as a restaurant tomorrow.

An actor from Hatfield is filled with pride after the town was used in a popular new TV show that he appears in beside Tom Hardy.

The story of nearly 100 years of fun in Welwyn Garden City will be revealed in a wide-ranging exhibition in the town next month.

A new Indian restaurant is opening in Welwyn Garden City today.

Welwyn Garden City’s old hospital building is disappearing swiftly to make way for new homes and a care home.

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