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It’s a rare opportunity to get a flight in an air ambulance without the downside of being seriously ill – so I didn’t need asking twice to take up the offer.

The village of Welwyn was filled with noisy fun and colour at the weekend as ten days of celebration came to a triumphant climax.

An annual village fete in Tewin raised funds for the community’s Memorial Hall by hosting traditional British games including the classic hook a duck.

Hatfield school pupils made and flew their own kites to gain an insight into the problems children face in war-torn Afghanistan.

A host of past pupils returned to their Welwyn Garden City nursery school when it celebrated its 70th birthday, alongside former staff from throughout its long history.

Hatfield’s primary schools showed there are plenty of talented footballers in Year 3 after a successful football tournament.

A Welwyn Garden City man is looking for a home for the set of magnificent models he has lovingly hand-crafted over his 90-year life.

Old Owens stayed top of the SHCL Division One table with a seven-wicket win away to Stevenage.

Welwyn Rugby Club hosted a music festival to raise awareness of mental health and to give the community a good time, following the loss of two young players.

As many as 2,000 Hatfield residents turned out to enjoy the Free Hatfield Music Festival on Saturday.

Glorious sunny weather greeted the opening of this year’s Welwyn Festival, with villagers flocking to the annual street market on Saturday.

A stubborn and impressive knock of 73 not out by Nesan Jeyaratnam helped North Mymms to a draw at home to Harpenden and stay second in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division.

A strong wind could not dampen enthusiasm for the 51st Potters Bar Carnival, which brought fun, noise and colour to the town on Sunday.

Welwyn Garden City became a sea of pink on Sunday as thousands of women joined the fight against cancer by taking part in Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.

Welwyn Garden City Cricket Club’s first team bounded to the top of the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division with a three-wicket win over Radlett.

Slam Dunk Festival 2017 headliners Enter Shikari have thanked their “passionate” fans for making the band’s Take to the Skies anniversary shows so memorable.

Thrills galore are promised at the Flying Legends Air Show at IWM Duxford with the Red Arrows appearing this year.

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