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PUBLISHED: 16:25 28 February 2014 | UPDATED: 16:35 28 February 2014

Welwyn Hatfield Times

Welwyn Hatfield Times


Find out what great stories and offers we have in the Welwyn Hatfield Times this week!

Here are some of the stories featured in this week’s paper:

Pet dog kicked, thrown against a wall and almost suffocated

Owner in court after previously failing to attend when he was convicted of causing the animal unnecessary suffering

Man found dead in Thames had ‘escaped’ from mental health unit at WGC’s QE2 Hospital

Four-day inquest opens into the death of a 34-year-old schizophrenic from Hatfield who was supposed to be ‘under close supervision’.

Interview with The Voice singer Lee Glasson as he prepares for weekend TV appearance

The Team Kylie member hails the Aussie superstar as ‘a beautiful lady’, stays silent on the choice of his song for the show and reveals how tough it is working alongside another competitor.

The history of witchcraft in Hertfordshire revealed

University of Hertfordshire professor Owen Davies explores the county’s diabolical links to the occult with members of the Friends of Welwyn Hatfield Museums - and chief reporter Paul Christian is on hand to explain all.

This week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times promotions and offers:

Kids for a quid at Stevenage FC! In our reader offer, under 16’s only have to pay £1 when accompanied by a full paying adult at Stevenage FC’s home match on March 8 against Tranmere Rovers. To take advantage of this offer cut out the voucher or use the code printed on page 79.

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