News from around Welwyn Hatfield in June
This Girl Can - the popular campaign to encourage women and girls to get active - returns to Welwyn Hatfield for a fifth year from 15 to 21 June.
Preparation works are set to begin next week for the £45m regeneration of High View neighbourhood centre in Hatfield.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council will begin charging in car parks and enforcing town centre restrictions again from Monday, 15 June.
Welwyn Hatfield Youth Council is encouraging local young people to show their creative side for the chance to win a £50 Love2Shop voucher.
The Armed Forces Day flag was raised outside of the Welwyn Hatfield council offices on Monday 22 June to show support and gratitude to members of the armed forces community.
Community and voluntary organisations that have been financially impacted by COVID-19 can now apply for a Welwyn Hatfield community grant of up to £2,000.
Due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council has taken the unprecedented decision to cancel and reschedule this year's pantomime Jack & the Beanstalk and its adults-only version, JACK! Stalk Dirty to Me.
Mayor of Welwyn Hatfield, Roger Trigg, laid a wreath in WGC to commemorate the 76th anniversary of D-Day.
More small businesses in Welwyn Hatfield impacted by COVID-19, will now be eligible to receive financial support, as funding remains available under the discretionary grant scheme.
This is the fourteenth year that Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council, this year in partnership with the Mears Group, has hosted its Civic Awards. We are also very pleased to have a Young Person Award sponsored by the University of Hertfordshire for anyone under the age of 21.