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12:26pm Friday 25th February 2011
Literature comes to our doorstep in March and April as Hertfordshire Libraries present LitFest11, featuring a number of high profile writers coming to local libraries to share their passion for words and stories.
4:45pm Thursday 25th June 2009
11:39am Friday 5th June 2009
The Richard and Judy book club shortlisted author presents a dramatised reading of her new book The Crimson Rooms with a little help from Mary Portas star of the BBC Two show Mary Queen of Shops. Melanie Dakin reports
11:21am Monday 25th February 2008
10:53am Monday 25th February 2008
HATFIELD House and Highgrove are among the famous gardens Lady Salisbury has had the pleasure to tend over the years, but her interest in plants and garden design goes right back to her early childhood where she cultivated a small plot on her parents land in Ireland.
10:01am Monday 25th February 2008
PACKAGING and graphics, brand names and iconic images, these are all the stuff of Peter Ashley's follow-up book More from Unmitigated England exploring aspects of our green and pleasant country that might otherwise be overlooked.
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Dorothy sympathises with those who will have to pay the extra £2 per day to park. Will that sympathy turn into action, or is it just sympathy? I'm sure all the people who work there and have to stump up the extra cash - £480 per year - will be thankful of her sympathy. There must be a better way. When will the council stop persecuting the motorists of Watford? − Phil Cox (UKIP)Watford Borough Council approve multi-million pound revamp plan for 'under-achieving' Watford Business Park »
This makes no sense at all. So, all they are doing is pushing the cost of the re-development to the hard working employees of the companies who have the misfortune of being located there. − Watford 72Watford Borough Council approve multi-million pound revamp plan for 'under-achieving' Watford Business Park »