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Tring Together Spring Fayre

The Tring Together Spring Fayre is a three-week period dedicated to welcoming Spring in Tring, supporting the good causes of our local community groups and charities as well as highlighting the beauty of our surrounding countryside and promoting related activities. Throughout the three weeks following the launch day on Saturday 25 April, there will be […]

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World Thinking Day 2020

Every year on 22 February, members of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) celebrate World Thinking Day where girls and young women all over the world connect and celebrate what makes them truly unique and shout about the amazing things we do. This date, chosen in 1926 at the 4th Guiding […]

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Berkhamsted People – Portraits of a Town

Photographer Adam Hollier has news about plans for his new book, Berkhamsted People – Portraits of a Town: In 2018 I undertook a huge project: Tring People – Portraits of a Town. The final book is something I’m very proud of and includes well over 400 faces, some lovely stories and memories, and various local […]

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Pancake Menu at Bill’s Restaurants

With Pancake Day just around the corner, Bill’s Restaurant and Bar, are celebrating with a delicious new pancake menu that will be available from 21 February – 1 March across all their restaurants. Pancake Day is long celebrated and a great excuse to indulge guilt free. Bill’s have created their own pancake haven for those […]

Living Magazines A14 Road Project the new A1307 (centre), Girton interchange link (top) and A14 (left) near Cambridge

Spring opening for Britain’s biggest road project

Britain’s biggest road project is set to open to drivers more than half a year early, Highways England has announced. The £1.5 billion scheme to improve journeys between the East of England and the Midlands was originally planned to open to traffic by the end of 2020. The Government-owned company has now said it plans […]

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Public Spaces Protection Order targets anti-social behaviour in Hemel town centre

Dacorum Borough Council officers are working with police from the Hemel Safer Neighbourhood Team to tackle anti-social behaviour in Hemel town centre and enforce the town centre Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO). The Hemel Hempstead town centre PSPO prohibits anti-social behaviours including cycling and skateboarding in the designated areas, spitting (including discharge of chewing gum) […]

Living Magazines Katherine Ryan at Woods Garden Centre

Katherine Ryan comes out fighting for local garden centre

Comic Katherine Ryan has joined the campaign to stop a popular independent garden centre being driven out of business because of competition from supermarket giant Waitrose. Katherine lent her support to Woods of Berkhamsted during filming for Channel 4’s Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back programme. The plight of Woods – facing an existential threat because […]

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Have you seen missing David Neicho from Welwyn Garden City?

Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a man who has gone missing from Welwyn Garden City. David Neicho, aged 40, was last seen at around 7.30am today (Tuesday 18 February) in Eastor. David is described as being around 5ft 9in tall, and of medium build. He has shoulder length brown hair, and […]

Living Magazines Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity Midnight Walk 2019

A taste of Midnight Walk for littler legs this March

Now younger walkers can get a flavour of one of Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity’s most popular fundraising events with the introduction of a brand new event – the Mini Night Walk. The Charity are asking Walkers of all ages and abilities to join them on Saturday 7 March as they brighten the streets of Aylesbury […]

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Man sent to prison for sexual offences

A man has been jailed for eight years for non-recent sexual offences committed against young girls in West London and Hertfordshire dating back to 1965. Maurice Henry Willis, 84 (15.04.35) of Shillitoe Avenue, Potters Bar was sentenced at Southwark Crown Court on Friday, 7 February after being found guilty, by a majority verdict, on 22 […]

Living Magazines Swift

Swifts under threat

The call of the Swift is a sign summer has arrived – but numbers have dropped by 50 percent in the last 20 years, something the Tring Wildlife group is determined to change. ‘Swifts nest in roofs,’ explains Nick Brown from the Swift Local Network. ‘When buildings are renovated their access holes are blocked and […]

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Three Free Tractors for a Year

The Prince’s Countryside Fund and New Holland Agriculture have launched their new ‘Up to Speed’ scheme, offering three lucky recipients the use of a free New Holland machine for a year. The Fund and New Holland are working together to help ensure that forward thinking farmers can get their business ‘Up to Speed’. The scheme […]