The hot, dry summer has seen perfect conditions for lavender growers in the region.
A mystery lottery winner from Hertfordshire has just hours left to claim their prize of more than £63 million before it expires.
One lucky Lottery winner from the Stevenage and Hitchin area is sitting on a £64 million fortune - but has yet to claim their prize.
Time is running out for the holder of a £64 million lottery ticket to claim their prize.
The Euromillions ticket was bought in the Stevenage and Hitchin area of Hertfordshire in June. The winner has until 11pm on Wednesday to claim their winnings or the cash will go to good causes.
The numbers are 5,11,22,34,40 and Lucky Stars 9 and 11.
A lottery jackpot of almost £64 million - won by a ticket bought in the Anglia region - has still not been claimed.
The Euromillions ticket was bought in the Hitchin or Stevenage area - and there's only one week left for the winner to come forward.
One lucky Lottery winner, who bought their ticket in the Stevenage and Hitchin area, is sitting on a £64 million pot of gold - but has yet to claim the astonishing prize.
The missing millionaire has just one week left to cash in the EuroMillions ticket, which is worth £63,837,543.60.
If the prize is not claimed by 11pm next Wednesday, the ticket will expire The winning ticket was bought for the EuroMillions draw on Friday June 8.
Click here for a report on the last publicity drive to find the missing winners.
Reports of an accident involving three vehicles on the A1(M) northbound between junction 7 (Stevenage) and junction 8 (Stevenage/Hitchin).
A jury at St Albans Crown Court will continue its deliberations today in the trial of television presenter Justin Lee Collins.
Mr Collins is accused of subjecting his ex girlfriend Anna Larke from Hitchin to domestic and emotional abuse. He denies all charges.
Residents in Hitchin are holding a meeting tonight to discuss plans to double the capacity of a local school.
Hertfordshire County Council says there are not enough primary school places in the town and it's planning to expand the Samuel Lucas school.
But residents worry this will increase traffic and lead to the loss of the nearby allotments. Serena Sandhu reports.