Herts Ad columnist Rupert Evershed brought ‘Nature: in all its glory’ to a recent workshop at Marlborough Science Academy.
With stories covering the likes of Bowie, Brexit, the BID, Butterfly World, The Brickyard and the Berlin Wall, it certainly hasn’t been a quiet year for the Herts Advertiser.
Hundreds of book lovers of all ages joined in a week of talks, workshops and activities for the second St Albans Literary Festival.
With 23 novels, four television series, two novellas, five short stories and counting, Peter Robinson’s creation Inspector Alan Banks is a household name.
Next week sees the start of the second St Albans Literary Festival, with a packed programme of events taking place between July 4-10.
St Albans Fashion Week (SAFW) finished its fourth year in style with its most successful set of events yet.
St Albans Cathedral has been held up as an example of how the Anglican church can buck the trend of declining congregations and lack of relevance.
Our lacklustre district council could learn a few lessons from St Albans Cathedral when it comes to running a successful tourism operation.
Organisers of St Albans Fashion Week (SAFW) have shown their support for a long-standing photographer by backing a charitable fund set up in his son’s memory.
One fashionista is in for a treat as the organisers of St Albans Fashion Week (SAFW) are offering a makeover to pamper a lucky lady from head to toe.
A cartoon gorilla has been announced as the mascot for this year’s St Albans Film Festival.
The best of the district’s short films will take centre stage at a new monthly film hub starting from next week.
Have your say on the choice of science fiction film to be screened as part of a city pub’s latest outdoor cinema venture.
A St Albans filmmaker beat off competition from as far afield as Russia and Mexico to pick up the short film award at the 2015 St Albans Film Festival.
A teen has beaten the odds and more than 3,500 rivals to win a place at an esteemed youth theatre.
An annual celebration of Scottish culture looks set to raise thousands for local charities in its 21st year.
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