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Court Out at The Court Theatre

The David Evans Court Theatre shares with us their plans for gradual re-opening: Following the Government’s announcement that theatres could re-open for outside performances we have been working hard for a ‘soft re-opening’ which we have called the Court Out programme. We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting both weekly comedy and […]

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Comedy is back in Tring

Great news from Ben at Get Stuffed Comedy Club announcing the return of stand up comedy to Tring this Sunday: The Court Theatre announced on Wednesday that they were willing to take bookings. An hour later, I’d replied and was already booking the comedians for this Sunday. Apologies for my tardiness. Not sure what I […]

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The importance of finding your tribe

This International Friendship Day, Mental Health Awareness Charity Hector’s House speaks about the importance of our social connections and how it affects our well-being. Humans are social beings. Having strong connections in our social lives is actually one of our basic needs. However, we understand it is becoming more and more tricky to make these […]

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Test and trace information for Hertfordshire

With life returning to our high streets and lockdown restrictions easing, Hertfordshire residents are being encouraged to do all they can to prevent COVID-19 from resurging in our county. New powers for local councils mean that it is now possible for them to close individual premises, public outdoor spaces and prevent events from taking place […]

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Hertfordshire knife amnesty results

Hundreds of knives have been surrendered in Hertfordshire during the latest Operation Sceptre week of action against knife crime, which concluded on Sunday 19 July. A knife amnesty began on Monday 13 July and was part of the week of action to reduce the number of illegal knives in circulation. Due to an increase in […]

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Three charged with importing and supplying class A drugs

Three men have been charged with importing and supplying class A drugs, following an investigation by the Eastern Region Special Operations Unit (ERSOU). The men were arrested after officers conducted warrants at addresses in Hertfordshire and London earlier this month. Those charged were: Shakeel Raja, 40, of Long Chaulden, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire Denis Xhelili, 35, […]

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Give burglars the summertime blues

As many residents will now be thinking about taking a summer holiday, Hertfordshire Constabulary is reminding people to make sure their homes are secure when they are away. In the excitement of taking off for a few weeks or days, it can be easy to forget about less exciting things like home security. If you […]

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Better Health campaign launches in the South East

A new national campaign is under way to encourage millions of adults to kick start their health and reduce their risk of serious illness, including COVID-19. The campaign – unveiled as part of the Government’s new Obesity Strategy – encourages adults to introduce changes that will help them work towards a healthier weight, with a […]

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Alternative Mix 96 Tour de Vale

Take part in the Alternative Mix 96 Tour de Vale 2020 this September and raise vital funds for Buckinghamshire based charity WheelPower. By providing opportunities for disabled children and adults to engage in physical activity, WheelPower transforms lives through sport and by taking on this challenge, so can you! Unfortunately organisers were unable to hold […]

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MP backs post-Brexit import-export changes

Sir Mike Penning MP has called for the Government to take advantage of Brexit and make changes to import-export laws in the interests of animal welfare. Ban on live animal exports The Hemel Hempstead MP has tabled a motion in Parliament calling on the Government to take advantage of Brexit and ban the export of […]