A popular health-focused event with over 25 stalls is set to return to Hatfield.
Picasso’s famous ‘Capra’ sculpture has been recreated at an award-winning Hertfordshire family attraction – made out of Picasso potatoes!
Thousands of revellers enjoyed Balearic beats with an orchestral twist as Classic Ibiza made its debut at Hatfield House.
Welwyn Garden City Cinema will mark the Great War’s centenary by hosting a special screening of a new tribute film.
Madness enjoyed a top two hit single in 1983 with Wings of a Dove but it was more wings of a Mosquito when Suggs visited Hertfordshire for a TV programme.
Looking for something to do in Hertfordshire this August Bank Holiday weekend? Here’s a number of events taking place in the region.
Codicote music festival Goatfest kicks off today with three days of fun and entertainment on the bill.
Free kids’ golf lessons and a chance to meet animals from a Hertfordshire wildlife park are part of the family fun on offer at a fundraiser for a Welwyn Hatfield-based charity.
William Shakespeare’s Roman epic Julius Caesar will be performed in suitable surroundings in St Albans.
Cinema audiences can see BAFTA winner Vanessa Kirby on the big screen in a live broadcast from the National Theatre.
There’s still time to showcase your pride and joy from yesteryear in the Hertfordshire Motor Show’s photo competition.