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  • Borehamwood Times' most read stories of 2014 Borehamwood Times:

    Stories about assaults, Debenhams and planning applications were among the most read on the Borehamwood Times website during 2014. read more

  • Memorial service marks sinking of HMS Aldenham Borehamwood Times:

    To mark the 70th anniversary of the sinking of HMS Aldenham in the Second World War, St John the Baptist Church in Aldenham, hosted a memorial service. read more

  • Radlett roads reach top 50 most expensive streets

    Soaring house prices have left two roads in Radlett in the top 50 most expensive streets in the UK. read more

  • The price - and value - of an Oscar Borehamwood Times: Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh in Gone With The Wind

    Well, loyal readers, this is my last column for 2014 and where has the year gone? read more

  • Government announces funding cut for borough council

    Council tax will be frozen for the sixth year running, despite cuts to funding. read more

  • Debenhams staff help to fundraise for Help for Heroes

    Sales assistants saluted their heroes to raise money for Help for Heroes. read more

  • Get behind your football team Borehamwood Times:

    As our thoughts in a couple of weeks’ time will inevitably turn to New Year’s resolutions, on a local level 2015 should surely be the year when the people of Elstree and Borehamwood really get behind their local football team – Boreham Wood FC. read more

  • Setting the record straight on proposed cuts

    I would like to address concerns and dispel some myths that have arisen over the upcoming bus consultation. read more

  • Town sign needs repositioning

    I have great concern with the position of the new Borehamwood Town sign at the junction of Stapleton Road and Green Street because the sign obscures the view of oncoming traffic from the right as you exit onto Green Street. read more

  • No consideration for other drivers

    I would like to know how a person who has three cars, one being a large truck, is allowed to park them in front of the bungalows on Gibbons Close in Borehamwood, thus leaving just two parking spaces free for anyone else who lives there? read more

  • Please help us to get back in touch

    Another year, another Christmas card. I knew Nicky Great Gleason in 1989 and she was in her 60s when I worked with her. She was so chuffed when she discovered my daughter Tabitha was born on her birthday. read more

  • Tabard record second win of the season Borehamwood Times:

    Tabard secured a 24-17 win over ten-man HAC to record their second win of the season. read more

  • Book a place a primary school information evening Borehamwood Times:

    Find out more information about a potential new primary school at an information evening. read more

  • Dave Cox

    In loving memory of Dave Cox 17th December 1986 28 years since we saw you last. Still loved and missed everyday. Love Jean, Mark & Jason xxx read more

  • Robert Crump

    CRUMP, Robert 'Bob' Passed away peacefully on 10th December, aged 92 years. Bob will be sadly missed by sons Alan and Derrick, daughters-in-law Sue and Trudy, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. A celebration of his life will he held on 31st December at 10am at Park Street Baptist Church, where friends and neighbours are very welcome. A short service at West Herts Crematorium will follow for family members. Family flowers only. Donations can be made in Bob's memory to 'Save the Children'. All enquiries to Co-operative Funeralcare 01727 856050 read more

  • Gordon Spence

    SPENCE, Gordon (For many years, the Radlett architect ) Sadly passed away on 10th December 2014. He will be missed by his daughters Vicky and Janet, Sons in law, 4 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Funeral on Monday 22nd December at West Herts Crematoruim at 10.20am. All enquiries to Phillips Funerals Borehamwood. Tele: 0208 953 1444 read more

  • Karl Ernst Ruge

    Karl Ernst Ruge 27 January 1912 – 19 December 2011 Still much honoured, much loved, much missed. read more

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