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  • WELCOME TO EAST HERTFORDSHIRE

    Welcome to Hertfordshire’s largest district, less than an hour’s journey from central London and Cambridge and within half an hour of Stansted Airport. Boasting five delightful historic towns, with bustling markets, surrounded by stunning countryside and some incredible attractions, there’s something for everyone.

  • Parties with a Princess

    Join us from 11:30 am for an afternoon of singing, dancing and interactive storytelling with their favourite fairy-tale princesses.

  • Pearce’s Farmshop & Cafe

    Welcome to Pearce’s Farmshop & Café, a family business since 1982 and proud to be a real foodie destination.

  • St Albans Cathedral

    Surrounded by parkland, and just a stone’s throw from the city centre, the Cathedral is home to the Shrine of St Alban, the longest nave in England, stunning medieval wall paintings and architecture that spans a millennia.

  • St Albans Electric Bike Tour

    Explore the great outdoors with tea and cake, the electric bike tour combines both.

  • Matt Pierce Fishing

    A licensed and DBS-checked angling coach teaching coarse fishing and fly fishing at locations in Hertfordshire and North London.

  • Hertford during the Boer War

    Join local historian, Philip Sheail, to discover Hertford’s reaction to and involvement in the Boer War with a lively illustrated talk and tea and cake.

  • Redbourn Village Museum

    Redbourn Village Museum explores the history of the village of Redbourn.

  • Hitchin British Schools

    An educational museum based in Victorian style elementary school buildings.

  • Watford Big Bandstand – Cassiobury Park

    The Watford Bandstand has been moved back to its original home in Cassiobury Park, where it was built more than 100 years ago, after an extensive refurbishment.  And now that the bandstand has been returned to its former glory, and  it will be put to good use!