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Sunday, April 14, 2019

Costumes from Oscar-winning movie The Favourite will go on display at Hatfield House – where most of the film was shot.

Historic Knebworth House has opened for the 2019 visitor season with medieval jousting and the popular Easter Trail among this month’s forthcoming events.

Songwriters and musicians across the county are being encouraged to pen a new Roman tune for St Albans.

A new £3million aircraft hangar is taking shape at an aviation museum preserving de Havilland’s heritage.

A popular Hertfordshire tourist attraction will be holding an autism-friendly early opening during the Easter holidays.

A prized sculpture removed from a Hatfield building is now taking pride of place in a new exhibition celebrating one of the country’s most celebrated 20th century artists.

Potters Bar is preparing for another jam-packed carnival this summer with performances, rides, exhibitions, football matches, and, of course, a street procession led by some very special young VIPs.

A new exhibition exploring the works of a hugely influential British artist is set to open in St Albans.

There’s still time to bid to win free tickets to the county’s top tourist attractions.

Community organisers are asking Potters Bar folk for their input in a meeting to ensure Christmas 2019 sparkles as much as it did last year.

The video for Jonas Brothers’ new single Sucker was filmed in Hatfield.

Swastikas and homophobic messages have been cleaned away from a much-loved nature reserve by Welwyn Hatfield Council, at a cost of £1,935 plus VAT.

One of Welwyn Hatfield’s most derided pieces of public art, a boat on the Stanborough roundabout, is due to be removed.

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