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Letchworth was a relatively small parish, having a population in 1801 of 67, rising to 96 by 1901.
In 1898, the social reformer Ebenezer Howard wrote a book entitled To-morrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform (later republished as Garden Cities of To-morrow), in which he advocated the construction of a new kind of town, summed up in his Three Magnets diagram as combining the advantages of cities and the countryside while eliminating their disadvantages.
As one of the world's first new towns and the first garden city it had great influence on future town planning and the New towns movement; it influenced Welwyn Garden City, which used a similar approach and inspired other projects around the world including the Australian capital Canberra, Hellerau, Germany, Tapanila, Finland, and Mežaparks in Latvia.) There is a link to town planning in Stalingrad through the architect V. Semionov and an account of Lenin visiting the town when he visited England for a congress of the Russian Bolshevik party, then banned in Russia.
The village was located along the road now called Letchworth Lane, stretching from St Mary's and the adjoining medieval manor house (now Letchworth Hall Hotel) up to the crossroads of Letchworth Lane, Hitchin Road, Baldock Road and Spring Road, where there was a post office.
After her disappearance he electronically altered a standing order paid from Helen’s account from £600 to £4,000 a month.
He had spent £3,154, on renewing Arsenal FC season tickets, but the rest of the money remained in this account.
The town was laid out by Raymond Unwin as a demonstration of the principles established by Ebenezer Howard who sought to create an alternative to the industrial city by combining the best of town and country living.
It is also home to the United Kingdom's first roundabout, which was built in 1909.
The allegation came to light when the pupil admitted to a GP that he was depressed because he had been the victim of sexual abuse at the hands of Ms Sharman. Ms Sharman also told two friends – who were witnesses at the hearing, which the teacher did not attend herself – about a threatening letter from the pupil and about her relationship with him.
It was after one of these friends told the headteacher about it, that Ms Sharman was suspended.
The Comet has asked Marriotts School through local education authority Herts County Council if it would like to comment.