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We have news that will be music to your ears! The pandemic meant that Rock in the Priory in 2020 and 2021 couldn’t go ahead as planned. But the crew have come together to bring you a remixed version of the festival with ‘Rock in the Priory Live & Late’ to be held on September […]

Extra funding secured for brand-new, upgraded concrete skatepark   The site of the Ware skatepark in Priory Park was cleared earlier this year to make way for a new, purpose-built facility. The original plan had been to refurbish the skatepark that was built in 2011. However, on investigation a structural breakdown was found, and it […]

When it come to dining out, we are spoilt for choice in Ware. We have a whole host of restaurants serving delicious eat in or take away food.   From Mexican To Greek, we have it all.  But there is something going on at the Amwell End of Ware.  Costcutter has just opened on the sight […]

Charvilles roundabout in Ware serves Watton Road, Baldock Street and Wadesmill Road.  On that roundabout is an overgrown hedge preventing pedestrians mostly children, wishing to cross, from being able to see motor vehicles leaving the roundabout and entering Baldock Street.  So after narrowly being hit by a car whilst I crossed, I thought it would […]

Ian McCulloch of Echo & The Bunnymen. Picture: Martin Apps A two-day music festival, headlined by 80s icon Adam Ant and rock band Echo & the Bunnymen, is coming to Little Hadham for the first time. The team behind it is also responsible for ska, punk, mod and northern soul festival Stone Valley South, which […]

NOMINATE YOUR FAVOURITE LOCAL INDIE BUSINESS AND SAY ‘THANK YOU’ Now in their eighth year, The Muddy Stilettos Awards are back with a bang! The most coveted awards for independent small businesses across 25 counties, the Muddies champion the very best lifestyle businesses, chosen by customers and Muddy readers. Muddy Stilettos is the biggest lifestyle […]

Listen.talk.do! to stay connected during Neighbourhood Watch Week Community spirit and being neighbourly has become stronger in Hertfordshire throughout the COVID-19 pandemic as residents have had to deal with much hardship and sadness. The force is once again supporting national Neighbourhood Watch Week, which starts on Saturday (5 June) with the key messages of staying […]

Free Car Show 6th June 2021 The annual Hertford Town Council community event, ‘Cars at the Castle’ will take place on Sunday 6th June from 12noon to 4pm. This family-friendly free car show will have hot and cold food concessions and a bar. The cars will be exhibited on the lawn, with Hertford Castle as […]

Hertford Town Council supported World Bee Day on the 20th May, at open days in the ‘bee gardens’ at Hertingfordbury and Cromwell Road allotments. Plot holders were given an opportunity to find out more about the beekeeping and the importance of bees to the environment. Cllr Bob Deering, the Mayor of Hertford said ‘The Town […]

  Cedars Nature Centre is set to reopen its doors on the 12th of April with the team looking to the future with exciting developments. Like many UK Zoos, Cedars Nature Centre has been under increasing pressure as the lockdowns persisted meaning their source of much-needed income which was used to care for the animals […]