Dr Jennifer Young, senior lecturer in Creative Writing in the School of Humanities, has won the Cinnamon Press Debut Novel Prize, and her novel Cold Crash will be published in November. For archaeologist Maxine ‘Max’ Falkland, life in early-50s London is difficult enough as she tries to move on from
All Saints Church subway in Hertford has been given an impressive makeover thanks to Herts County Council (using funding from the Department for Transport and from Network Homes). The subway was opened on June 15 in support of Clean Air Day 2017. East Herts Council has been working with Herts
NHC offer an excellent course in partnership with Watford Football Club that offers young players the chance to train and study as professional athletes. The North Herts Football Academy gives young players, who find themselves outside of the professional game, access to UEFA qualified coaching and guidance. Alongside player development,
Now in its 7th year, Imagine Watford is back, bigger and better than ever! This exciting outdoor arts festival brings the streets of Watford town centre to life with amazing theatre, circus and dance performances over two glorious weekends! Imagine Watford is an exciting event featuring the highest quality outdoor
West Herts College student Jamie Hance has been dubbed ‘incredible’ after recently performing at the Beautiful Alice Festival. Jamie, who studies music at college, played live on BBC Three Counties Radio on the morning of the festival, prior to performing as the opening act on the main stage at midday.
North Hertfordshire College’s construction students attended a series of building site work experience sessions with a major construction company, Bouygues UK.Bouygues UK are working on behalf of Stevenage Borough Council to develop new homes for the local community. 29 carpentry and 45 bricklaying students were instructed to arrive on the
Mitchell Holloway has been elected Sabbatical Student President of North Hertfordshire College (NHC). Mitchell recently completed a public services course at NHC and was elected on 16 June after running a successful campaign for president. As student president, Mitchell will be leading a range of student voice activities including attendance
Around 1000 people visited the Operation Stomp event in Bishop’s Stortford on Wednesday June 21. Operation Stomp is the police-led, multi-agency operation aimed at protecting communities and keeping local residents safe. The re-launch event took place in the Sainsbury’s car park in Thorley Neighbourhood Centre between 3 and 9pm. Officers