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New community radio station Unite Radio to launch in August at Hertford Castle Live Music Event

In a guest post, the new radio station’s team explains how it wants to bring people in East Herts together and support the community Over the past year and a half, we’ve seen the very best of people living in

The Local Lowdown Podcast: Claudia Murphy of the Wombles of Ware Abouts Litter Pickers

Fed up with your local area looking a mess? Why not join the Wombles of Ware Abouts Facebook Page and become a local litter picker? Is your high street full of rubbish? Want to do something about it but not

Local author Akin Isa publishes novel Randouka “written at school”

Stanstead Abbotts-based writer penned the manuscript “at bus stops and in a notebook under her desk at school” Most teenagers might spend their final school years revising, playing computer games or hanging out with their friends but industrious Nika M

Brigitte Hopkins creates phoenix artwork to represent our emergence from the Covid crisis

Striking piece of art created by the Broxbourne resident and business owner as part of the Anthony Gormley National Art Project Brigitte Hopkins has created a new artwork to represent our emergence from the Covid-19 crisis and Lockdown 3. The

In the Dark: Vikki Patis on her new psychological thriller set in Hertford

In a guest post, Hertford-based author Vikki Patis reveals how her own struggles with coeliac disease inform her new psychological thriller out now I signed my first book deal in March 2018, so to be celebrating the release of my

Win a copy of local author Alice Hemming’s new children’s book The Blazing Unicorn

Local children’s author Alice Hemming will be celebrating the publication of The Blazing Unicorn on 4th March, which also happens to be World Book Day. Alice, who lives with her family in Hertford says, “World Book Day will look a

Could your dog be a calendar star?

Last year Stanstead Abbotts residents and dog lovers came together in a really fun and worthwhile project to raise funds for St Andrew’s Primary School – producing the first Dogs of Stanstead Abbotts Calendar. Local dog owners submitted photos of