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Articles from the St Albans and Harpenden Review:

‘Pupils take a trip back in time’ – celebration of Victorian heritage at St Albans primary school

‘Charity concert to hit St Albans streets’ – St Albans “band aid” to raise funds for charity

‘Landlord speaks of “massive” achievement’ – Harpenden pub named Best Cellar in national awards

‘Hospice throws open its doors’ – Luton hospice invites public to learn about its work

‘Pub toasts national awards success’ – St Albans pub wins Live Music Venue of the Year

‘Welwyn firm kickstarts blood drive’ – a construction firm plays host to a mobile blood donation unit

‘Six arrests in St Albans during police crackdown’ – police use number plate recognition technology to net six criminals

‘St Albans Post Office under refurbishment’ – modernisation of city centre post office

‘Friendly Fires could scoop award’ – St Albans band in line for Mercury music award

‘Old school friends complete Three Peaks Challenge’ – a group of St Albans and Harpenden friends climb UK’s three highest mountains in aid of Cystic Fibrosis charity

‘Taxi voucher scheme under review’ – council slashes taxi scheme to exclude over-75s

 

A selection of features for the Borehamwood and Elstree Times:

‘Big footprints, big problem’ – investigating the environmental impact of Hertsmere residents

‘A healthy dose of advice’ – looking at the work of Patient Advice and Liaison Services

‘Support group threatened’ – report on the closure of the Borehamwood Parkinson’s Disease Society support group

‘Home comfort after hospital’ – the Home from Hospital scheme

‘Brigade blazes a trail’ – the history of the Borehamwood Fire Service

‘Ringing the changes’ – a look at the history of the telephone exchange in Borehamwood

‘A life well preserved’ – lifelong Aldenham resident Brian Hyde recalling the way the area has changed over the last 80 years

‘The rise of the council house’ – a look at the history of social housing in Borehamwood and its impact on the area

‘Good grounds for trading places’ – the history of Borehamwood’s street market

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