Living Magazines Easter activities

Keep busy during self-isolation

The Easter holidays are here already, and while the current situation means we can’t get out and about to enjoy the outdoors during Easter, there are plenty of activities for children and families to take part in together at home. Staying in shape Being stuck indoors is bound to have an impact on our waistlines, […]

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Celebrating World Health Day

It’s World Health Day today and this year’s theme is celebrating the work of nurses and midwives in keeping the world healthy. Nurses and other health workers are at the forefront of COVID-19 response and we can support them by staying at home, following the #clapforcarers campaign and keeping well, for example. Being proactive with your […]

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Covid-19 business support update

Two weeks into the new reality of living with the measures introduced to reduce the spread of the Covid-19 virus, Dacorum Borough Council has provided the following update on the help and support that is available businesses in this difficult time: We are acutely aware of the difficulties many businesses are experiencing as a result […]

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Home is where the Art Is

Herts Year of Culture 2020 (HYOC2020) is responding to the Coronavirus crisis by reminding Hertfordshire residents that whilst many events, schools and working in the office might be cancelled, creativity certainly isn’t. Local artists and groups are finding ways to continue to deliver their creative content online or via activity packs which can be delivered […]

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Keep young people safe online whilst schools are closed

Hertfordshire Constabulary has provided this advice for parents and carers of young people who are spending more time online during periods of self-isolation. The closure of many schools due to the coronavirus means that opportunities for children to talk to and play with friends will be limited to online interaction. This will almost certainly lead […]

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8-Year-Old Lucy Inspiring Marathon Runners

Local mum Caroline Collard got in touch with us after seeing our posts on Social Media asking people what they were doing in terms of diversifying their businesses during lockdown. Here she tells us how her 8-year-old daughter is inspiring others to stay fit and active with ‘Lucy’s Marathon Challenge’.  After schools were closed as […]

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Customer Update from Roy Chapman

Thanks to Roy Chapman Ltd for sharing this information with us. We will remain open for as long as possible to help with making sure that our customers and any key workers have reliable transport, whilst at the same time doing everything we possibly can to protect our staff and our customers. In response to […]

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Tring Lions Geography Quiz

Every year Tring Lions prepare a quiz sheet with 100 cryptic clues on a particular subject, last years was on London Underground Stations. They normally sell the quiz sheets for £1 and award monetary prizes for the top three entries. They’ve just finished preparing this year’s quiz, which would have been published later on in […]

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Warning as fraudsters take advantage of coronavirus confusion

Hertfordshire Constabulary is warning residents to be cautious as a number of coronavirus related scams have been reported. Unfortunately fraudsters are using the current situation to take advantage of those who are most vulnerable. Action Fraud recorded a 400% increase in virus related fraud this month. One scam claims that people can donate to the […]

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My Keys to The Highway

We love this brief resume from John Stack of the Blues Bar Tring. Of course all of their current events have been cancelled at present, but we look forward to receiving the new event dates as and when… In the Beginning Way back in the late 50’s the world changed for me as a teenager […]

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HS2 Archaeology Conference

Thanks to Cliff Mills at Wigginton History Society for sharing details of this Bucks Archaeological Society Conference online. Date: Saturday 4 April 1.30pm To meet the restrictions to protect everyone from Coronavirus, Bucks Archaeological Society are working with the archaeologists of HS2 to put this conference on the Internet, where you will be able to […]

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Railway work continues to keep critical supplies and key workers moving

Railway staff on nationally critical routes, including the West Coast and Chiltern main lines, are keeping vital supplies and key workers moving during the Covid-19 pandemic. Over the weekend, Network Rail maintenance teams and signallers delivered essential maintenance on the railway between London Euston and Marylebone through the Chilterns, West Midlands, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Lancashire […]