August 2021

News from in and around Welwyn Hatfield

An image relating to COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: interview with Michal Siewniak
Holidays, COVID-19 and vaccine hesitancy within Eastern European communities.
An image relating to Mental health support for Veterans and their families
If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health or well being, expert help is available from Op COURAGE: The Veterans Mental Health and Well being Service.
An image relating to Applications open for new Covid-19 Relief Community Grant
Local charities and voluntary groups which have supported the community during the Covid-19 could benefit from a new grant aimed at easing the financial impact of the pandemic on these organisations.
An image relating to Get on your bike with a free Ride Leadership Award course
If the Tokyo Olympics has inspired you to get on your bike then why not become a Guided Ride leader by booking a spot on a leadership course, organised by British Cycling and funded by Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council.
An image relating to Successful community day for Welwyn Hatfield Safer Neighbourhood Team
A successful community engagement event was held by the Welwyn Hatfield Safer Neighbourhood Team and their local partners in Hatfield on Wednesday (11 August).
An image relating to Statement regarding planning application 6/2020/3420/MAJ (Biopark, Broadwater Road)
The 12 August meeting of the council's Development Management Committee (DMC) will no longer be considering the planning application regarding the Biopark at Broadwater Road. It will now be going to the DMC meeting on 9 September.
An image relating to  WGC 2120 reaches planning milestone
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council has submitted a planning application for Campus West car park, to unlock the potential of other sites across the town centre for redevelopment.
An image relating to Council gets government funding for ex-offenders accommodation scheme
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council will launch a new service to support ex-offenders into private accommodation after receiving £125,000 from government to fund the initiative.
An image relating to New Mayor chooses his charity for the municipal year
New Mayor of Welwyn Hatfield, Cllr Peter Hebden, has chosen his charity for the year - Welwyn-based mental health charity JOCA.