September 2021

News from in and around Welwyn Hatfield

An image relating to Healthy Hub festival comes to Welwyn Hatfield
Kick-start your post-lockdown health routine at the Welwyn Hatfield Healthy Hub festival on Saturday 2 October from 1pm to 3.30pm and enjoy free taster sessions aimed at improving your fitness and wellbeing.
An image relating to Welwyn Hatfield awards success
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council and its partners have scooped not one but two national awards, with the Splashlands wet play facility in Welwyn Garden City and the multi-storey Common car park in Hatfield both receiving recognition.
An image relating to Summer success with the HAPpy programme
It was certainly a HAPpy summertime for the young people in Welwyn Hatfield who took part in the Hertfordshire special holiday activity programme that ran during July and August.
An image relating to Retro gaming comes to Hatfield as part of #LoveWelHat
Enjoy a weekend of retro video games from the 80s, 90s and early 2000s in Hatfield on 18 and 19 September as part of the council's #LoveWelHat activities, bringing entertainment into our town centres.
An image relating to Stonehills road section soon to reopen as part of "exciting" WGC improvement work
Major work to improve Welwyn Garden City town centre is well underway, with the road section of Stonehills - including wider footways and on-street parking - reopening towards the end of September. The paving improvements in Sir Theodores Way and Stonebank will be completed by late October.
An image relating to Have your say on council's draft Housing Assistance Policy
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council is seeking residents' views on a new housing policy that helps disabled residents to make adaptions to their home.
An image relating to BIG Summer and #LoveWelHat success
Welwyn Hatfield enjoyed a summer extravaganza throughout August as BIG Summer and #LoveWelHat events took place across the borough.
An image relating to Don't lose your voice - Residents urged to check their voter registration details from Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council
Local residents are being warned not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date.