March 2021

News from around Welwyn Hatfield

An image relating to Virtual drop-in service launched by Welwyn Hatfield Citizens Advice Bureau
A new online advice service was launched this week (Monday 15 March) by Welwyn Hatfield Citizens Advice.
An image relating to Virtual careers fair for Welwyn Hatfield students
Welwyn Hatfield school students will have the chance to learn about careers and career opportunities in businesses across the borough, at a virtual careers fair next month.
An image relating to Welwyn Hatfield awarded 'Tree City of the World' for second year
Welwyn Hatfield has been awarded the rare and prestigious 'Tree City of the World' award for a second year.
An image relating to Residents' food waste has so far powered 62 homes for a year (or the equivalent of watching Game of Thrones 72k times!)¹
Recycled food waste from Welwyn Hatfield residents has generated enough electricity to power 62 homes for a year, since the weekly collection service was introduced last November (2020).
An image relating to Cabinet confirms commitment to Hatfield community facility
Cabinet has confirmed its commitment to retaining a community facility in the area of Friendship House, as it considered the recommendation of the ¹Overview and Scrutiny Committee at a meeting this evening (9 March 2021).
An image relating to  New multi-storey car park unlocks further regeneration opportunities in Hatfield
The catalyst for the regeneration of Hatfield town centre is now underway with the completion of the town's new multi-storey car park.
An image relating to Hatfield leads the charge on council's EV roll out
The new Common multi-storey car park in Hatfield town centre is the first location in the borough to have electric vehicle charging points installed by the council as it moves towards a zero carbon future.
An image relating to Tips on being a considerate neighbour
Top tips on how you can support your neighbours, which we hope you'll find helpful.
An image relating to Sports and leisure set to open soon in Welwyn Hatfield
It's been confirmed that many of the borough's outdoor sport and leisure services will be able to open from 29 March 2021 onwards, some of them in time for the Easter break.
An image relating to Your Welwyn Hatfield shapes council's three-year plan
Following the biggest borough-wide conversation in a generation, the council is using the views of over 1,600 people in Welwyn Hatfield to set its priorities for the next three years.