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How to Watch the BAFTA Young Game Designers (YGD) Competition

Following the success of last year and in the interest of accessibility, the winners of this year’s BAFTA Young Game Designers competition will be announced in a pre-produced digital show. The BAFTA YGD Ceremony will be streamed on BAFTA’s Kids & Teens YouTube channel, with highlights and clips from the show available to watch on […]

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Witness Appeal Following Robbery in Tring

Police are appealing for witnesses and information after a group of males robbed a teenager of his bicycle and designer trainers in Tring. Between 6.15pm and 6.45pm on Saturday 17 June, the 17-year-old victim was cycling along Northfield Road, towards Station Road, when he was struck on the head from behind. A group of males […]

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New 999 Service Launches for British Sign Language Users

British Sign Language (BSL) users can communicate more easily with the emergency services following the launch of a new service this month. 999BSL is a free-to-use video relay service that can be accessed online or downloaded as an app. In an emergency, people who are deaf or hard of hearing can use 999BSL to connect […]

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Quanta Recognised with Excellence in People Development Award

Quanta, part of QCS Staffing, is delighted to announce its most recent achievement – the Excellence in People Development award given at this year’s Inspiring Hertfordshire Awards at the Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden. As a specialist recruitment company dedicated to the development and wellbeing of its employees, Quanta is incredibly proud to be recognised […]

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The Chilterns Green Space Dark Skies Event

Sign up to join the event of the season in The Chilterns. Enjoy a mass picnic, music from local artists and take part in a stunning choreographed light display at dusk. The Chilterns Green Space Dark Skies event: Friday 15 July from 4pm. Become a Lumenator and be part of a unique Green Space Dark […]

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Support for Victims and Families of Road Collisions from PCC Fund

Victims of serious road collisions and their families are being supported by a fund run by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire. A grant of £60,000 has been made to the Roads Victims Trust to help the needs of bereaved families or those who suffer life-changing injuries in road collisions in Hertfordshire. This is […]

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Frank Spencer Returns

It’s 44 years since Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em graced our TV screens – Naomi MacKay discovers if a new stage version stands the test of time… Michael Crawford is memorable as the hapless Frank Spencer in the original TV comedy – but with the last episode having been filmed 44 years ago, I wondered […]

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DENS Bike Project Supports Ukrainian Children Refugees

DENS is extremely proud to have helped two children from Ukraine find bikes they love at the charity’s Bike Project. Thanks to the generosity of some local supporters, the DENS social enterprise was able to gift the children two fantastic bikes and helmets so they can explore the area with their new friends and host […]

CCTV Appeal Following Burglary in Berkhamsted

Officers have released CCTV images of a man who might be able to help their enquiries following a burglary at a salon in Berkhamsted. At around 4.30am on Friday 3 June, Aurora Hair and Beauty in Lower Kings Road, was broken into. PC Smith, who is investigating, said: ‘Thankfully nothing was taken however a door […]

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Gearing up for the Charity Ride Wild Cycle Challenge

With just over a week to go, the countdown is on to the Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust’s Ride Wild fundraising cycle challenge, which takes place over 29 and 30 June – a mission to visit 30 wild places across Hertfordshire and Middlesex in just 30 hours, travelling by eBike. Ben Marston of Puddingstone Distillery […]


Come Out and Play with the National Trust this Summer

From pop-up play pavilions with a family-festival feel to interactive storytelling and open-air theatre, there are lots of events and activities on offer this summer from the National Trust. And thanks to funding from Sport England over 140 National Trust houses, gardens and parks will be encouraging families to get active and take part in […]

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Local Farmer Leading the Way to Support Wildlife

Chilterns based farmer, Andrew Stubbings, has been turning his farm into a stronghold for nature and wildlife for more than 20 years. His farm has recently been designated a ‘Local Wildlife Site’ – a recognition given to the most exceptional and valuable wildlife areas in the UK. Manor Farm is now one of the biggest […]