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Sir Norman Lindop became the Principal of the College of Technology in 1966. In 1970 an observatory was built on the Bayfordbury Campus.
Wall Hall and Balls Park Teacher Training Colleges merged in 1976 to become Hertfordshire College of Higher Education.
The original campus for the University was at Roe Green in Hatfield, where it was founded as a technical college with a particular focus on training aerospace engineers for the aerospace industry that was then prevalent in Hatfield.
The Gape family of St Michael's Manor in St Albans owned the land at Roe Green from the late 17th century. J Chapman started on 1 January 1949 and in spring 1952 the 33 full-time and 66 part-time teachers were appointed.
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We're told that many of the best business ideas are developed in the pub, and this is where we were in 2006, mulling over the changing perception of online dating sites and their increasing popularity in urban areas, when we came up with the idea for Muddy Matches.
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