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NE WS HEMEL HEMPSTEAD IN THE MEDIA Mail, 31 Jan


‘In Wolf Hall, the jousting sequences were fi lmed


at Somerset’s Montacute House, designed to replicate Greenwich Palace. I however have


come to the Gaddesden Estate, near Hemel


Hempstead, and situated on land bought by the


Halsey family from King Henry VIII following


the dissolution of the monasteries in 1544.’ Telegraph, 21 Jan


‘James Cheung is a pianist of Asian


parentage, brought up in Hemel Hempstead,


who gave up his career in chamber music to


become accompanist to many of the brightest young song recitalists – including Marcus


Farnsworth, Jonathan McGovern, Ruby


Hughes and Benjamin Appl.‘


Telegraph, 28 Nov 8 | Hemel Hempstead Living


‘Before Christmas, he [the puppy] fl ew


with her from London to LA, at a cost of £1,000, for two


weeks. Then he fl ew back to join Lady Victoria for training


at an indoor ski slope in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire.’


Mail, 18 Jan, on Lady Victoria Hervey’s preparations for


Channel 4’s The Jump ‘The A&Es closed


since 2010 include


those at: Chase Farm Hospital in North London, University


Hospital Hartlepool, Queen Mary’s


Hospital, Sidcup, in Kent, Queen


Elizabeth II Hospital in Welwyn, Hemel


Hempstead Hospital in Hertfordshire...’ Telegraph, 26 Jan


‘People living in London and the surrounding


commuter belt as well as those in Scotland dominated the list [of savers with the


richest ISAs], with ... St Albans and Hemel Hempstead featuring highly.’


News in pictures BOX MOOR TRUST OPENS ANNUAL CONTEST


Calling all budding snappers! The annual Box Moor Trust photo competition has been launched and you could be in with a chance of a cash prize as well as the honour of seeing your photo in the 2016 Box Moor Trust Calendar. Entry is free and there’s £100 for fi rst prize. All photos must be taken on, or from, Box Moor Trust land, and this year’s theme is ‘Changing Seasons’. The deadline for this year’s competition is 15 August 2015. For more details go to www.boxmoortrust.org. uk, 01442 253300.


TAKE A PEW


Hemel Hempstead has a new church. Christ Church Hemel meets at Hobbs Hill Wood School, Peascroft Road, at 10.30am every Sunday. It is affi liated to the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches. ‘Come at 10.15am for chat and a cup of tea or coffee before we start,’ says Sam Buckley, minister at Christ Church. Or go to www.christchurchhemel.org.uk


TOP WORKPLACE The Red Lion in Water End is among the best places to work in the whole country. Oakman Inns & Restuarants has been named as one of the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For in the UK, 2015. Oakman chief executive Peter Borg-Neal said: ‘This is an amazing accolade.’


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Photograph Linda Sargant


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