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  1. Hynes is the hero as Hendon grab a dramatic late victory in crunch promotion clashRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Ham and High

    Cian Hynes scored a dramatic last-minute winning penalty as Hendon came from behind to beat promotion rivals London French 18-16 at the death in a crucial showdown in Herts/Middlesex Division Two. With the top two teams set to climb the national pyramid, second-placed Hendon started the day just one point ahead of their hosts.

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  2. Breen hails Hampstead's display as they complete the double over StainesRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Ham and High

    Hampstead coach Peter Breen hailed Saturday's 17-7 home win over Staines as one of the best displays of the season as the hosts completed the double over their visitors in London North-West Division Two. Playing on a bog and into a strong wind, Hampstead had their work cut out to beat a Staines side who were thirsty for revenge after unexpectedly losing the reverse fixture in November.

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  3. A magnificent seven for Belsize Park - but there's no change at the topRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Ham and High

    Miran Serdarevic has now scored eight tries in 2015, having touched down twice against Hitchin. Pic: davidwphotos.co.uk Belsize Park scored seven tries to produce their sixth successive victory since the turn of the year, beating Hitchin 51-15, but there was no change in the London North-West Division Three promotion race with four games to go.

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  4. Acoustic appeal as bands line up for Baldock pub benefitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | Crow

    Music fans can plug in to a second acoustic fundraiser aiming to help kickstart a charity tour of Japan on Friday night. The free benefit gig at the Orange Tree pub in Baldock follows on from a similar event staged as a joint Rootz/Balstock promotion at Hitchin's Club 85 last month.

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  5. Dance yourself dizzy as Royston's Gstars strut their stuff on Hitchin stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | Crow

    A dizzying display of dance is promised at Hitchin's Queen Mother Theatre on Thursday night, and the show carries on until the weekend. Dance Yourself Dizzy is being staged by the Gstars team from the Royston-based Georgina Wootten's School of Dancing and Performing Arts, who have been hard at work honing a dazzling demonstration of their skills in dance, singing, music and magic.

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  6. Solo exhibition of work by Chantelle Stephenson on view at 43 Inverness StreetRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 28 | Art Daily

    Untitled, 2015 oil, hammerite paint, gloss, varnish, silk on steel, 200 x 100 cm and Untitled works, 2012, monoprint and silkscreen print on arches paper, each 41.5 x 31.5 cm framed. 43 Inverness Street is presenting TANk, a solo exhibition of work by Chantelle Stephenson.

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  7. CambridgeNews published David Batch looking for St Neots Town to rise to the occasion at...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Cambridge Evening News

    David Batch is hoping his St Neots Town players rise to the occasion when they travel to Premier Division leaders Poole Town tomorrow. The signs are encouraging, with Saints having beaten Hitchin 6-2 at home last time out, and Batch hopes that high level of intensity will continue.

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  8. Duncan's so foul-mouthed but his cheek is beguiling - catch him...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Crow

    Duncan Oakley is billed as comedian, songwriter, musician, actor and one man band, but it's not quite as simple as that. According to industry insiders he's a rock musician who talks a lot about sex and uses the most offensive four-letter words with abandon - yet is somehow strangely reminiscent of benign comic legend Terry Scott.

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  9. Griffin returns to BluebirdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Swindon Advertiser

    CLUB hero Charlie Griffin is returning to Chippenham Town for a third spell after agreeing a move back to Hardenhuish Park. The much-travelled Griffin, a prolific scorer during the club's years in the Western League in the late 1990s, could go straight into the squad for tomorrow's Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division clash against Hitchin Town tomorrow .

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  10. Hospital opens new reception and unveils new artworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Stalbans Review

    Patients, families and staff at Spire Harpenden Hospital came together to celebrate the opening of the hospital's new reception and specially designed artwork. Peter Lilley, Harpenden and Hitchin MP, was there to officially open the facilities and view the new artwork last Friday, following a recent investment of 300,000.

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  11. Depleted Seasiders lose outRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Gazette-news.co.uk

    DESPITE making their longest trip of the season without the requisite number of players, Clacton produced a battling performance in Kings Lynn against West Norfolk, but lost 63-10 in their London League division three north east encounter. Lack of availability and last minute call-offs meant that the Seasiders had to play the whole of the London League division three north east match with just 14 players, but those that did turn out did both the club and themselves proud.

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  12. St Neots Town 6 Hitchin Town 2: Lee Clarke treble fires six-shootersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Cambridge Evening News

    Considering he was only playing as a forward due to injuries in the St Neots squad, Lee Clarke certainly made a case for a more permanent position leading the line in Saturday's win over Hitchin Town. A first-half hat-trick set the hosts on course for a comfortable win at Rowley Park, extending their unbeaten run to six matches and moving to within a point of the Evo-Stik League Southern, Premier Division play-offs.

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  13. No white noise as rocky Foxfield get set for Letchworth EP launchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | Crow

    North Herts alt rock band Foxfield will launch their new EP at David's Music in Letchworth. Picture by Peter Alan Gill Foxfield frontman Harry Bailey is looking forward to singing at David's Music in Letchworth - and not just because he works there.

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  14. Barry player helps England to victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Barryanddistrictnews.co.uk

    BARRY Ladies RFC player, Lynsey Phillips, was part of the victorious England Deaf Rugby Women's Development squad on Saturday, January 31. Cardiff Arms Park opened its doors to two English teams when England Deaf Rugby Women's Development squad faced Penallta in a warm up game prior to the Wales Deaf Rugby Union Men versus England Deaf Rugby Union Men. Lynsey Phillips recently joined the side and as an example of her dedication has been travelling the 360 miles round trip to Hitchin to attend training with other squad members from around the country.

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  15. Belsize Park captain warns: There's no margin for error in promotion fightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | Ham and High

    Belsize Park captain Tom House says the last six games are all must-win encounters as his side chase a second successive promotion - but he believes the team's home form gives them every chance of success. Having moved up to London North-West Division Three last summer, Belsize sit second in the table, seven points behind leaders Fullerians.

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  16. Classical stars head to Hitchin with promise of virtuosic showRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | Crow

    A world-class violinist and pianist will be swapping London's South Bank for a more intimate venue in Hitchin next week. Violinist Sebastian MA1 4ller and pianist Jakob Fichert have performed in some of the world's most exciting venues - including the Royal Festival Hall and Wigmore Hall in the capital - but will be paying a visit to Hitchin's Peter Morrison Hall at Benslow Music at 8pm on Monday.

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  17. Hitchin museum kicks off new year with soccer history on showRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | Crow

    If you like football memorabilia then get set for the 2015 kick-off as Hitchin's British Schools Museum opens for the new year on Tuesday. In the display corridor of the historic building the new Up for the Cup exhibition will give visitors to chance to learn more about the remarkable sporting heritage of the Queen Street site and of the early days of the town's Wilshere Dacre School.

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  18. Young dancers can strut their stuff in aid of children's cause at Stevenage showcaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | Crow

    Talented pupils who hone their skills at the top dance schools across North Herts will be coming together on Monday night to strut their stuff in aid of a good cause. The Stars of Tomorrow show at Stevenage's Gordon Craig Theatre has been arranged in support of The Children's Trust, the UK's leading charity for children with brain injuries.

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  19. Cambridge News published Valentine's Day 2015: Free cocktail-making classes at for couples...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | Cambridge Evening News

    Whether you are looking for love this Valentine's Day or just after something fun to do with new people, then The Snug has the event for you. This Valentine's Day, for the first time, The Snug is holding a series of single cocktail classes.

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  20. CambridgeNews published Rob Wright wins Stanjay Tackle SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Cambridge Evening News

    The final round was held at Factory Bank and, after an early frost, the drain fished quite well, with the first 14 pegs from the town end used. The best area was behind the crash barriers and the top three on the day were all drawn there, with Stanjay Tackle's Anthony Watling coming out on top thanks to a 12lb bag containing roach.

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