Borehamwood Times /news/
Updated: 57 min 12 sec ago
Fixing potholes and making sure vulnerable groups are protected are just some of the issues the Liberal Democrats have promised to tackle if they win the next election.
Children and adults who fancy themselves as the next Jamie Oliver can take part in a free cooking class.
By the age of 12, most children are begging their parents for extra pocket money and worrying about whether they have the right haircut. But 12 was the tender age Jason Cook first tried cocaine.
Volunteers with an interest in history are needed to help out with a new museum.
The UK Independent party will fight anti-social behaviour and crime if they are elected to Hertfordshire County Council.
A group of mayors got a glimpse of life on a film set when they were given an exclusive tour around Elstree Studios.
Flowers will be in full bloom when children get their hands muddy to take part in a plant growing competition.
The sound of barking will be heard from a park when pooches of all shapes, colours and sizes take part in a charity dog walk.
A grandfather says the new blind club he set up “is the start of something exciting”.
Some paddled, others did front crawl and a few even attempted the butterfly stroke at a charity swimathon to raise money for a cancer charity.
Repairing the roads, keeping council tax at a “sensible” level and making sure children have enough activities are just some of the pledges conservative candidates are offering to voters.
Parents are reminded to make sure their child is protected against measles.
A car was damaged when an unknown object was thrown from a bridge over the M25.
A sales manager has won a finance award at her company’s annual ceremony.