Kick start the New Year at The France Show which returns to Olympia London on 27th January for three days of fun and enjoyment of all that France has to offer.
A new film festival in Hatfield will shine a light on victims of crime in Hertfordshire.
More acts playing a summer music festival in Hatfield have been announced.
Budding Steven Spielbergs from Potters Bar schools can take part in the first Elstree Film Festival, which was launched at the world-famous studios yesterday (Thursday).
Brides, grooms and their friends and family turned out in force to glean ideas and inspiration, while meeting with local suppliers, at Bride: The Wedding Show at Knebworth Barns.
The countdown has started to Willows Activity Farm’s annual February Frolics live lambing and newborn lamb bottle feeding demonstrations.
An aviation museum that restores de Havilland aircraft and is home of the Mosquito museum has won a top tourism award.
The Royal Opera presents Verdi’s tragic masterpiece Il Trovatore live in cinemas across the country, including the Garden City Cinema in Welwyn Garden City.
Viewers tuning in to watch Hollywood star Tom Hardy’s new BBC One period drama Taboo tonight will see Hatfield on their TV screens.
Galanthophiles have the chance to name a new snowdrop for Myddelton House Gardens in a competition for snowdrop enthusiasts and keen gardeners.
Scenes from Tom Hardy’s major new BBC TV drama series Taboo were shot in Hatfield.