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The rebuild, which includes two full size football pitches, three tennis and netball courts, an under-14s football pitch and five cricket strips, is proposed to start in February next year. Building is expected to be finished in July 2016.
3:56pm Friday 31st October 2014
In a series of short cooking demonstrations, Rosemary showed Watford a number of cooking techniques from how to cook an even, crispy duck breast to how to chiffonade a cabbage. Even Watford's elected mayor tried her hand at one of Rosemary's famous recipes.
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A Serious Case Review is being launched into the death of former Rickmansworth School pupil Andrew Kirkman whose body was found in a tent filled with toxic fumes on an Oxford common on Sunday, December 8.
12:00pm Friday 31st October 2014
Seeing Graham Norton live at the Watford Colosseum on Monday reminded me of what the veteran actor Michael Caine once said about the secret of his long and happy marriage to his wife Shakira being, quite simply, separate bathrooms.
Farm Terrace allotments: holders 'thrilled and vindicated' by decision to quash Eric Pickle's decision
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'I always enjoyed Halloween more than the other kids' says woman who turns home into ghostly house of horrors
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5:30pm Thursday 30th October 2014
The Watford Labour Party has criticised Dorothy Thornhill for sending out her weekly mayoral newsletter with a link to her personal political website, which details her manifesto and ongoing activities.
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Councillorr Mo Mills and Susan Denny said the gated old tennis courts in Cassiobury Park provided the perfect area for owners of rescue dogs and childminders to prevent pets and children from running off.
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Mr Coleman, from Dunstable in Bedfordshire, died in hospital hours after becoming trapped under the waste disposal truck he was driving during a collection at Woodside Leisure Park on Saturday, October 11.
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8:08am Wednesday 29th October 2014
Sarah Hamlin, a Watford resident, has set up a fundraising event in collaboration with Hamlin Fistula UK (HFUK), a charity exclusively supporting a hospital in Ethiopia founded by her grandparents in 1974.
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Politicians are moving ahead with plans for the South Oxhey Initiative, which will transform the centre of the estate and at Monday’s Extraordinary Policy and Resources Committee, the number of potential developers was cut from 11 to five.
5:10pm Wednesday 29th October 2014
Man jailed for 27 months for selling cocaine to undercover police officer on six occasions in South Oxhey
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Your Say Your Watford
She is entitled to run for Parliament but not trouser a fat salary from the taxpayer for doing a different job. She has made her choice; she should stand down as mayor immediately so we can elect someone totally committed to doing the job full time. − MJ1Elected Mayor Thornhill said she was willing to do both jobs if elected to Parliament in May
As long as the residents are made aware of the potential noise in advance and perhaps given some sort of compensation eg vouchers to spend at Tesco or Sainsbury's. I wouldn't have a problem. Just as long as it is held during the day. These events have to be held somewhere. − QUINNPTPoliticians voice concerns over noise from 'Party by the Pond'