Unveiling of Henry Moore's Large Spindle Piece

There’s Moore to see for commuters from Welwyn Garden City, Hatfield, Potters Bar and beyond at Kings Cross

Network Rail and the Henry Moore Foundation officially unveiled the first piece of public art to be exhibited at King’s Cross Square, the new public square in front of the redeveloped King’s Cross station.

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Paul Gitsham

The Royston teacher turned crime fighting author

By day he is a biology teacher, but Paul Gitsham has an alter ego – a crime fighting detective brought to life in a series of books.

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Members of the North Herts & Beds branch of the Embroiderer’s Guild will be camped out in the café of David’s Bookshop in Letchworth Garden City on Saturday 2nd August as part of the Embroiderer’s Guild National Day of Stitch.

Come along to café and ask friendly stitchers some pointed questions

There will be sew much to admire in Letchworth on Saturday, when members of the North Herts & Beds branch of the Embroiderers Guild will be setting up shop in the café of David’s Bookshop as part of the organisation’s National Day of Stitch.

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Artist Katie Aggett

Award-winning Hatfield artist holds major exhibition at St Albans Museum

A major exhibition of work by an award-winning Hatfield artist has gone on display.

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Rachel Dunsdon (photographer), Pratima Kramer (Sculptor), mayor Les Page, Brenda Mathieson (artist), Brigitte Trister, chair of New Maynard Gallery, and Mel Henson, trustee of New Maynard Gallery [Picture: George Stodulski]

New exhibition opens at Welwyn Garden City gallery

A new exhibition has opened at a popular Welwyn Garden City gallery featuring work by three artists.

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