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Lucie is originally from Belgium, but has made her home in Coventry and Warwickshire and is a member of the War Widows Association of Great Britain. She's a remarkable woman who played an incredible role in the war effort. Vic popped to her house to clean her brasses and have a chat.
Stephen Pressley got the sack from CCFC, "Save Our Sleigh Ride, deep voice competitions, Vic markets Mars Maggie Lieu and gets confused about welly warmers.
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50 years ago today on October the 5th 1962 - The Fab 4 released their first single 'Love Me Do'…
One of the more unusual performances for the Beatles back in April 1963 was at Stowe School in Buckinghamshire.
Jenna Benson went back to The Roxburgh Hall to meet ex pupil John Bloomfield…
Want three hours of treasure hunting rolled in to a minute and a half? Here it is... The Treasure Cast!
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Residents in Dunstable are furious about the suggestion of an overspend. One man says he thinks it will end up costing 130 million pounds.
Derrick says his house shakes when work is being done. The new busway is only metres from his back garden.
At 4:50 this morning the UK witnessed the transit of Venus - a sight we will not see in the sky again for another 100 years.
I was standing in Campbell Park with 30 other people to witness the event with members of the Open University Astronomy Club.
The Olympic torch arrives in the UK on Friday the 18th of May before travelling across the country and arriving in the Three Counties on the 7th of July.
The torch will pass through Hertford, Bedford, St Albans, Dunstable and Buckingham to name just a few places!
One of the Three Counties...
The hunt is continuing to find the Wenlok Jug which was stolen from a museum in Luton 5 days ago.
The medieval jug, which is worth three quarters of a million pounds, was taken from a high security display cabinet at the Stockwood discovery centre on Saturday night.
The first Lord Wenlock...
The six foot baby giraffe has been trotting around the giraffe house testing it's clumsy looking legs.
Until now the park hadn't revealed if it was a boy or a girl and he or she doesn't have a name yet...
I met animal keeper Sarah Bray...
Richard Knight from Letchworth is an amateur historian who has been collecting medicine bottles, ward curtains, padlocks, ward signs, radio jingles and anything he can get his hands on. His plan is to create the museum and keep the memory of the asylum and Fairfield hospital alive.
Adoptionplus and New Family Social have held the first nationwide Gay Adoption and Fostering week. Events have been held across the country in the hope it will promote more people to come forward as parents.
Four years ago Simon Mansfield-Sturgess and his partner James were the first gay...
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