These buildings go back to the 15th or 16th centuries, in rough terms the days of Edward IV and V, ...
Hello there My Dad was born in Glebe Road, Letchworth in July 1940. His name is James Langford (Jim). His parents ...
I’m looking for any information about the WW2 POW/internment camp that used to be located adjacent to Baileys Farm Breachwood ...
Quentin Crisp was an English writer and actor who modelled for the St Albans School of Art.
Acclaimed writer E M Forster spent his childhood in Stevenage, Hertfordshire.
A coin of Emperor Elagabalus found in Baldock in the 1920s provides links with a scandalous period of ancient Roman history.
Oscar Wilde was an Irish poet and playwright who had a friendship with Lady Desborough of Panshanger.
Tom Rowland was a 17th-century highwayman from Hertfordshire who dressed in women's clothes.
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Edward John Edwards was a rector of Essendon in the late 19th century who had to flee the county after being accused of gross indecency.
The outbreak of HIV and AIDS in the 1980s shook the world. Read how it impacted Hertfordshire.