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Superheroes, spies and a super nanny feature in films being screened on TV this week that were partly made in Hertfordshire.

A former rough sleeper turned student at the University of Hertfordshire said she is very hopeful about the future.

“Parents should be aware that preparations are not sufficient to guarantee a safe expansion of school opening on Monday in Hertfordshire,” the National Education Union has warned.

Hertfordshire’s waste could be moving North, as the county council continues its search for somewhere to dispose of future rubbish.

The University of Hertfordshire is looking forward to welcoming news student to Hatfield in September.

Potters Bar News

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

At the end of March councils were given two days notice to find accommodation for all rough sleepers to help them self-isolate safely during the coronavirus pandemic.

MPs for Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere have backed the prime minister’s chief aide after he drove 260 miles while his wife had coronavirus symptoms during the UK-wide lockdown.

Pupils from Dame Alice Owens School in Potters Bar were named the winners of a national coding competition.

A derelict property in Potters Bar is set to be turned it into flats after councillors agreed on additional funding.

A man sustained a stab wound to his back during an assault in Potters Bar yesterday afternoon.

Sport

Saturday, May 30, 2020

With live sport remaining on hold during the ongoing coronavirus shutdown, why not put your sporting general knowledge to the test?

With sport slowly starting to return across the globe during the coronavirus pandemic, why not test your sporting knowledge with another quiz?

Chris Wickens is one of the outstanding goalscorers to come up through the ranks of the Herts Sunday League.

It’s not only Sir Alex Ferguson who can unleash the hairdryer on underperforming players – Welwyn Garden City’s Nick Ironton is in a similar mould, but for one of the club’s younger talents that is something he thrives on.

Garden City Runners have returned to Midweek League action but in a whole new format.

What's On

Sunday, May 31, 2020

Superheroes, spies and a super nanny feature in films being screened on TV this week that were partly made in Hertfordshire.

Events & Exhibitions

Herts Business Awards

Heritage

Thu, 16:17

The story of WGC is intrinsically tied up in that of one of the town’s principal creators.

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Knebworth House is to reopen its formal gardens and the dinosaur trail this week.

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In our latest Curator’s Corner, Alistair Hodgson, curator of the de Havilland Aircraft Museum, takes a look around the Hertfordshire museum’s Trident.

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In our regular Curator’s Corner, Alistair Hodgson, curator of the de Havilland Aircraft Museum, shares some of the Hertfordshire museum’s special attractions and hidden secrets. This week it’s one of the museum’s Mosquitos.

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A socially-distanced service was held in Hatfield to mark VE Day, after the official celebrations were cancelled due to the lockdown.

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