May 2021

News from around Welwyn Hatfield

An image relating to Welwyn Roman Baths to reopen!
The Welwyn Roman Baths are set to reopen on Saturday 29 May, following the resumption of the Mill and Exhibition tours at Mill Green Museum and Mill on 17 May.
An image relating to Taxi driver found guilty of driving offences
A taxi driver has been found guilty of a number of driving offences, following a court case brought by Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council.
An image relating to The art of competition!
Are you a budding young artist or a photographer in the making? To celebrate the return of 'This Girl Can' week in Welwyn Hatfield, which is taking place between 14-20 June, the council will be running an art and photography competition for young people, with the chance to win a £50 Love2Shop voucher!
An image relating to This Girl Can Returns to Welwyn Hatfield
This Girl Can, the successful campaign to get women and girls active, returns to Welwyn Hatfield in June and the council is calling on local sports clubs and organisations to get involved by planning activity sessions - either in-person or virtually.
An image relating to Hertfordshire children set to have a HAPpy Summer!
The summer holidays are looking brighter for disadvantaged children and young people in Welwyn Hatfield and right across Hertfordshire, thanks to an exciting partnership which launched at Easter.
An image relating to Mill Green Museum to reopen this month
The Welwyn Hatfield Museum Service is preparing to welcome visitors again, with Mill Green set to reopen later this month for pre-bookable tours.
An image relating to Talking to teens about substance use
Learn how to help keep your children safe from smoking, drink and drugs at a new online event.
An image relating to  Additional noise nuisance patrols return
Operation Balsam, an out-of-hours service designed to combat neighbourhood noise nuisance, will return between 19 and 29 May, as lockdown restrictions ease.
An image relating to Council leader confirms new Cabinet roles
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council leader, Cllr Tony Kingsbury, has today announced changes to Cabinet portfolios after his Conservative group regained its majority at last week's local elections.