News from in and around Welwyn Hatfield
Following the Prime Minister's Conservative Party Conference speech in which he mentioned the importance of protecting the green belt, Cabinet wrote a letter to the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities seeking support to achieve a sound local plan.
Mill Green Museum & Mill is set to close its doors until February 2022 as the site gets ready for an exciting new events calendar over the Spring and Summer months.
We're marking White Ribbon Day to end men's violence against women.
First, second, and booster jabs will be available in two pop-up clinics at the Queensway Health Centre on Sunday 21 November and Saturday 4 December, 10am to 3.30pm.
The health suite at Hatfield Swim Centre will close for two weeks from Monday 22 November as important work to replace the building's gas-fired boilers with a more energy efficient system begins.
A selection of creative works by budding artists was unveiled in Hatfield town centre on Tuesday (9 November) as part of an ongoing project between Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council and local students.
Remembrance Sunday will be commemorated by special services held in Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City and Welwyn village on Sunday 14 November.
To empower all women and girls and encourage them to take part in physical activities, we have organised free sport and exercise sessions.
Opening of Post Office in Hatfield provides residents with much needed banking facilities and a lot more
As the UK gets ready to host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26), Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council today sets out its commitment to helping the borough save money as it takes one more step to a greener planet.