The Conservatives retained their monopoly of Aldenham Parish Council as all candidates up for re-election retained their seat.
LABOUR gained one seat but failed to take control from the Conservatives of Elstree and Borehamwood Town Council.
HERTSMERE Council's leader has said he wants to keep communication open with residents after gaining a seat in the borough at today’s election results.
THE LEADER of the Hertsmere Labour group has said she is “overjoyed” at gaining an extra seat in today’s election results.
LABOUR have taken an extra seat on Hertsmere Council by defeating a Tory incumbent in Borehamwood.
BOTH Lib Dem councillors on Hertsmere Borough Council have lost their seats, it has been announced.
FORTY per cent of Hertsmere residents went to the polls yesterday to have their say on voting reform.
COUNTING of votes is underway in the elections to Hertsmere Borough Council, and Aldenham Parish Council, and Elstree and Borehamwood Town Council.
NINE recommendations to prevent a repeat of the July 7 terror attacks and improve the emergency response have been made by the coroner at the inquests of the 52 people killed.
Find out the latest council election results from across Hertsmere as they come in.
THE inquest into the deaths of 52 people killed during the July 7 terror attacks has ruled they were all victims of “unlawful killing”.
As a resident living near to Stirling Corner, I have become very aware of a big traffic build up between the roundabout and Stirling corner for the last couple of months, especially during rush hour, but also at other less obvious times.
As someone who has worked closely with Councillor Pat Strack on the Friends of Aldenham Country Park committee, I felt that John Cartledge’s unnecessarily partisan attack was totally out of order.
I totally disagree with John Cartledge in his summation about Aldenham Country Park, ‘Threat of the axe is very real’, Your Views, April 29.
The forthcoming placing of a commemorative board on the summit of Woodcock Hill, the site of Lord George Murray’s 1807 optical telegraph is a tribute to the fascinating history of the place we live in.
On behalf of the Tennison Avenue Residents’ Association, we should like to thank Councillors Hanna David and Sandra Parnell for the very kind contribution of the ward initiative money of £1,000 to replace a bench on the hill in Furzehill Road. It will be much appreciated by all residents in the area — elderly and not so elderly.
I refer to recent articles on Christopher Angus wearing UGGS as I myself (a married man with children) am a big fan of wearing UGGS and have done so for quite a few years.
Councillor Pat Strack will doubtless be appalled to discover that she and I are in agreement over one thing: that “sniping from the sidelines” (Your Views, April 8) will not save Aldenham Country Park from the determination of her Tory friends at County Hall to destroy it.
Following recent articles regarding Transport for London’s (TfL) decision to withdraw the traffic lights at the A1/Barnet Lane roundabout, it seems utter madness.
The problems that are now being faced by drivers as well as pedestrians at Stirling Corner roundabout have dramatically increased as a result of two recent developments. Switching off the traffic lights which are actually needed at all times, is nothing short of maniacal. The situation has been greatly worsened by the coincidental opening of Morrison’s with a considerable increase in the volume of traffic to and from the store.
PAUL WELSH delves into the story of making B movies at the New Elstree Studios where budgets were low, time was in short supply but there was plenty of work
PAUL WELSH looks back at what was going on at Elstree Studios 50 years ago and recalls the fortunes of the films and the people who were making them
PAUL WELSH reflects on the fortunes of Pinewood and Shepperton studios and wonders what the future holds for Elstree and Britain’s film industry
RESULTS of the local elections for Hertsmere Borough Council will be announced this afternoon.
THE families of the 52 people killed in the July 7 bombings in 2005 will today hear the verdict of the inquests.
DONNELLY, Bridie Previously of Gateshead Road passed away sadly on the 25th of April 2011. Funeral to take place on the 12th of May at 1.40pm at Garston Crematorium.
ARNOLD, Christine 6th May 2008. 3 years since you went from us, but my heart will always be with you. Love you always. Buddy and family. xxx