The ‘largest show garden ever attempted’ will be built at Hatfield House next year.
Over a thousand people are estimated to have turned out in Potters Bar on Saturday evening to see the community Christmas tree light up.
Young people in Hatfield have a unique opportunity to be part of local history as the council appoints a contractor for the £1.2m transformation of White Lion Square.
The latest plans for the former Shredded Wheat factory site will cram nearly twice the number of units that were first proposed onto the site, and has been recommended for approval.
Potters Bar Rotary club has proved that you can steal their generator, but you can’t take away their Christmas spirit.
A movie filmed in Hatfield swept the board at the 21st British Independent Films Awards in London, claiming a record 10 honours.
Developers behind Hatfield’s Bush Hall will be holding a public exhibition of their plans for the long-dormant hotel.
A £3.2million project to build a new hangar at an aircraft museum preserving de Havilland’s aviation heritage has been given civic approval.
There will be an exclusive preview screening of a movie tipped for Oscar glory in Welwyn Garden City this weekend – more than a month before the film goes on general release.
One of Welwyn Garden City’s best loved landmarks will be undergoing a £22,000 facelift.
Welwyn Garden City pupils have created an eye-catching art installation on their school grounds to mark the centenary of the signing of the Armistice.
A Welwyn Garden City rock painting group is determined to continue their World War I commemorations after one member’s display was damaged.
A graveyard in Codicote holds the last resting place of a man who was buried - twice.
A derelict tower at historic Knebworth House is to be given a new lease of life.
A Potters Bar church marked its 125th anniversary with a concert, barn dance and cake.
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An exclusive preview screening of new movie The Favourite will be shown at the Welwyn Garden City Cinema.