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Eastenders and Strictly Come Dancing star Jake Wood today officially opened Butterfly World’s new British Butterfly Garden by planting the final Kidney Vetch.
Bumps & Babies Festival, planned and sponsored by the St Albans and District branch of the National Childbirth Trust (NCT), targets parents-to-be and new parents with babies under a year and will offer talks as well as stalls and demonstrations by local businesses.
Motorists are advised of delays in St Albans as works take place today and tomorrow.
The following cases were heard before St Albans magistrates between February 20 and February 27.
Police were called to Breakspear Avenue on Friday after a call from a member of the public, and found more than 250 plants with an estimated street value of £100,000.
This picture of the sunset in High Street was taken by Review reader Megan Donnett.
Traffic was held just before 7.20am for a few minutes after a car spun out.
One crew from Wheathampstead Fire Station put out a small fire in Holcroft Road.
The books were presented at the Annual Parish Meeting, held on Thursday 30 April, to children and staff from Mount Pleasant, Lane School, Park Street School and Killigrew School.
More than 100 golfers braved the heavy wind and rain to take part in the event, held by the Rotary Club of St Albans at Verulam Golf Club.
Following her success in the Southern regional heat of the Wella Professionals TrenVision Award 2015, Chiara Pirrone is now one of only 36 hairdressers in the UK to reach the competition’s final, making her one of the country’s most sought-after and in-demand professional hair colourists.
The yellow warning issued today is in place from 2pm today through until 6pm on Tuesday.
On Monday April 26 in 1993, 43-year-old Paul Milburn from Surrey was killed in Noke Lane at approximately 4.25pm.
Hertfordshire County Council is supporting the Halve It initiative - which is backed by a coalition of organisations including the Elton John Aids Foundation.
At Friday's Annual Meeting of the Council, Malcolm MacMillan said that it was an honour to take forward the community baton with a new council and new challenges.
Ambulance staff talk about falling asleep while driving, worrying about making drug errors and they fear they be involved in a road accident due to stress and exhaustion relating to long hours.
Hayley Carlton, who gave up smoking when she was pregnant with her daughter Eve, is supporting Hertfordshire County Council’s ‘Love Your bump’ campaign, aimed at getting pregnant women to stop smoking.
All respondents said they were very satisfied, satisfied or fairly satisfied with the care they had received from ambulance staff.
British Military Fitness (BMF) is hosting the session at Verulamium Park from 10.30am.
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