Business

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Offshore firms have bought property and land in North Herts including Hitchin Priory, Land Registry records have revealed.

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Offshore firms have bought up land earmarked for development around Biggleswade and surrounding towns, Land Registry records have revealed.

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Hitchin’s only Thai restaurant is to close its doors this weekend – but only temporarily, ahead of a move to new Hermitage Road premises.

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Heritage

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Hitchin’s historic parish church is to block off one of its chapels as a monument to the strife of Indian partition.

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The hidden secrets of history lie in books of accounts. How people spent their money tells the tale.

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Back in 1992, it was feared that more than 1,000 years of having a watermill in Stotfold had literally gone up in smoke.

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The Hitchin and Letchworth 18 Plus Group that met during the 1980s is set to reunite at its old meeting place next weekend.

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A writer and playwright who grew up in Hitchin is set to return home to speak about her first novel as part of Black History Month.

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Photo Galleries

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Baldock welcomed a new quirky coffee and vinyl store to its High Street on Saturday.

Hitchin town centre was packed with lovers of good drink and fine delicacies at the weekend during the annual wine and food festival.

People gathered for a two-minute silence at 11am on Saturday to remember those who have lost their lives in conflict, with this year marking the 99th anniversary of the truce which ended the First World War.

Hundreds turned out on Saturday for a celebration of crafts in Hitchin – featuring a display of knitted poppies honouring the town’s fallen First World War heroes.

North Herts and Stevenage remembered the fallen of the two world wars and other conflicts on Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday over the weekend.

Biggleswade, Sandy, Potton

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Offshore firms have bought up land earmarked for development around Biggleswade and surrounding towns, Land Registry records have revealed.

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