Wetherspoons bans England flags from its pubs during World Cup but will allow fans to wear football shirts after outcry

Popular pub chain Wetherspoons has banned staff from flying the St George Cross during the World Cup.

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The 35 medicines no longer available on NHS prescription from this month

The NHS has banned free prescriptions for some ‘over the counter’ medicines such as constipation and athletes foot starting this month

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EXCLUSIVE: Rudolf Steiner School Kings Langley set to close

A troubled private school is set to close this summer.

Toni Collette in Hereditary

Review: Hereditary is a truly unsettling experience - and may be just too scary

Matt Adcock reviews Hereditary (15)

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Nationl Sheep Association competition winner, Tristan Pengilley

FARMING MATTERS: Prizes galore for new members

A more perfect prize could not have been found for Tristan Pengilley who has been announced as the first winner of the National Sheep Association (NSA) 2018 membership prize giveaway.

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From open air cinema to a chilli festival, packed summer in store at Waddesdon Manor

The hugely popular Waddesdon Manor in Bucks has announced a jam-packed summer schedule of fun.

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Center Parcs Woburn Forest close to perfection after retaining five star status

Center Parcs Woburn Forest has retained its Five Star status from VisitEngland, following the recent annual assessment.


Struggling with hay fever? Worst is yet to come says Met Office

Pollen levels have been unusually high in recent weeks, with as many as 20 million hay fever and asthma sufferers impacted across the country.


Royal Mail bans postal workers from flying England flags from vans during World Cup

Royal Mail has banned postal workers from flying the England flag on their vehicles during the World Cup.

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To kill or not to kill: You face some tough moral choices in Vampyr

Console Corner: Vampyr review

Fresh blood restores some Order.

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Jersey Boys star chats ahead of Aylesbury date

It’s a journalist’s dream come true. To interview a hunky gorgeous star from a show you loved, and to have sparks fly and he asks you out on a date.
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Steve represents the country at Warrior Games in America

A Hemel Hempstead veteran has proudly served his country again, this time in a major sporting event in America for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women.

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Gade Valley Harriers' runners pictured at Wheathampstead earlier this season.

A busy weekend for the Harriers with runners at a variety of different events across the UK

The hills were alive in St Albans which played host to its annual half-marathon on Sunday.

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The Herts Falcons in action at the Grovehill diamond in Hemel.

Drama at the death as the Hawks earn a massive victory

It was a successful weekend for the Hemel Hempstead-based Herts Baseball Club with their three adult teams gaining five wins out of as many games.

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County’s first walking squash tournament is hailed as a big success as Peter takes the title

Hertfordshire’s first-ever walking squash tournament, held recently at the Hertfordshire Sports Village, in Hatfield, has been hailed as a huge success.

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Rush Judo coach Laurie Rush with India Garman and Sophie May Rush.

Rush Judo’s young stars earn a superb medal haul

Rush Judo were back in action

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National finals glory for talented gymnasts at Sapphire club

The pinnacle of competition for young gymnasts is to reach a national event where gymnasts come from all across the United Kingdom to compete.

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Abbots lose for the third time in five outings in the Saracens League

Abbots Langley slipped to their third defeat of the season by four wickets when they travelled to Totteridge in the Saracens Hertfordshire League Division 2A on Saturday.


Local derby sees Boxmoor go down after they are left with another large total to chase

The local derby on Saturday saw Boxmoor’s first XI lose by 93 runs at Hemel Hempstead Town in the Saracens Herts League Division 6B.


Top of the table collision sees Hemel slide to a narrow defeat

The crunch top of the table clash between the top two sides in the Saracens Herts Championship went the way of the visitors Dunstable on Saturday afternoon.

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