Meet Dolly Shepherd, The Edwardian Parachutist, Trapeze Artist, Hot Air Balloon Jumper.
Dr Gladys Margaret Proudlock Dunbar, dedicated Dr to the People of Royston.
Dr Mary Groves Rowe MBE established the first St Albans and City and District Hospice Care Team.
Dr Miall-Smith, The First Female Welwyn Garden City Doctor.
E. Margaret, Hertfordshire's first Chief Health Visitor and Midwives Trainer
Elisabeth Hudson, St Albans Campaigner & Charity Worker.
Elizabeth Baker, Playwright and Suffragette.
Elizabeth Impey, Hitchin's Suffragette, Demonstrator & Protester.
Emily Davies, Founder of Britain’s First Women’s College.
My mother Elsie Jackson was born in 1909 in Letchworth, one of a family of 7 children born to George ...
First jump from Bessie at Ringway 1945
The Mill on the Floss and Middlemarch Author spent a Summer in Rickmansworth.
On the morning of 4 July 1875, William George Hill was baptized by his mother, Sarah Thrussell, at St. Peters ...
Gwendoline Page – The WW2 Code Breaker At Bletchley Park
Hatfiield Mayor (2015-2016 Term) Councillor Lynne Sparks
A step towards promotion in 1916
An insight into the qualities and quirks of Hertfordshire's locals
Find out about this exciting project revealing the county's hidden heroines!
For Black History Month, Graham Palmer explores the early life or Royston’s first recorded black resident. * The aim of every printer ...
In Part 1 Graham Palmer explored the early life of Royston’s first recorded black resident. In Part 2 he investigates ...
Jane Hawking Jones, Educator & Author, first wife of theoretical physicist, cosmologist and author Stephen Hawking.
Jane Wenham: Wise Woman, Healer or Witch?