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Motoring history will be brought to life at Knebworth House for all the family to enjoy this August Bank Holiday weekend.

Take a nostalgic trip back to the 1930s with Potters Bar Museum's latest exhibition, which opens this week.

IWM Duxford's forthcoming Battle of Britain Air Show will celebrate cinematic history.

A Lemsford local history group hosted a church open day to mark 100 years since the village's First World War memorial was unveiled.

Historic Hatfield House will be closed to visitors on most week days in August due to a 'project' taking place at the Hertfordshire stately home.

A county council company has snapped up the Hertfordshire libraries contract.

Weather may have curtailed plans for a proposed air display but 249 runners and 25 volunteers defied the wet weather in Hatfield to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the maiden flight of the de Havilland Comet.

A saxophone sextet will provide the live music at Mill Green Mill and Museum this weekend.

The world entered the passenger jet age 70 years ago today when the Hatfield built de Havilland DH106 Comet took off from the town's airfield for its maiden flight. The aeroplane revolutionised air travel. Here is the Comet's story.

A civic leader has set yet another 'first' for the world's first jet airliner, the de Havilland Comet - by being the first Welwyn Hatfield mayor to sit in the pilot's seat.

The Comet air display, which would have taken place in Hatfield tomorrow, has been cancelled due to concerns over bad weather.

A free music event which kicked off World Hatfield Festival Week saw around 2,000 people turn up on Saturday.

A free music event will kick off World Hatfield Festival Week tomorrow.

Welwyn Garden City Heritage Trust has added another high-tech digital trail to the town.

The Flying Legends Air Show at IWM Duxford this weekend will feature five of the original German aircraft from the 1969 movie Battle of Britain.

A classic play by George Bernard Shaw will be performed just along the road from the great playwright's home in Ayot St Lawrence.

Hatfield Air Scouts created a history walk to remember in the town.

The 71st anniversary of the Windrush generation arriving in the UK was celebrated at a Hatfield school last Friday.

More than 100 people turned out for a Roman Day event in Welwyn on Sunday.

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