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Traffic is building on the A414 near Hatfield following a crash.

A Hatfield Town Council meeting about revamping its leisure centre and creating a new football stadium has left some residents puzzled.

An annual charity gala hosted near Welwyn Garden City will be returning in February for its 10th anniversary to raise funds and awareness for Dementia UK and Admiral Nurses.

A campaign celebrating female entrepreneurs has listed a Digswell woman in its top 100.

Potters Bar charities looking for help are invited to contact Tesco.

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Saturday, January 18, 2020

Potters Bar charities looking for help are invited to contact Tesco.

Hertsmere Borough Council has found it has a backlog of applications while undertaking a review of its planning system.

Business rates or the tax paid by companies are often seen as one reason towns are losing shops on their high streets.

All M25 lanes clockwise near Potters Bar are blocked due to a mult-vehicle crash.

A cat from South Mimms was described on Channel 4's The Supervet on Thursday as someone who views himself as the boss.


Monday, January 20, 2020

The Saracens ladies train rumbled out with a 11th straight victory in the Tyrrells Premier 15s - a 48-26 success away to Worcester Warriors.

Samadhi Udamulla has qualified to join the best players in England at the National Championships.

Saracens have apologised "unreservedly for the mistakes made in relation to the salary cap regulations" after they were given an imposed relegation from the Gallagher Premiership.

A late fightback may not have brought Welwyn a victory but it could still prove to be hugely important come the end of the season.

Essex & Herts Leopards continue their fight for Division One survival on Saturday when they host Bradford Dragons.

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Thursday, January 16, 2020

A pub run by a former winner of The Great British Bake Off is set to feature in the line-up of Tom Kerridge's Pub in the Park in St Albans this year.

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Sunday, January 12, 2020

Conservation charity, the National Trust - which owns Shaw's Corner near Welwyn and Morven Park in Potters Bar - has pledged to become carbon net zero by 2030, as it marks its 125th anniversary.

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The annual ceremony to mark Holocaust Memorial Day will take place on The Campus in Welwyn Garden City on Monday, January 27.

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A new year means a new decade only for most but for Welwyn Garden City it promises to be one to remember as the town celebrates its 100th birthday - and sport will be leading the way.

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The Peartree area in Welwyn Garden City could be designated a conservation area under new Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council plans.

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Welwyn Garden City will be a 100 years old and 2020 will be our year to mark this special occasion.

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