News stories from in and around Welwyn Hatfield in August 2019.
Over five thousand youngsters took part in activities across the borough, as part of Welwyn Hatfield's BIG Summer.
Residents as young as three have taken part in litter picks to help 'Clean Up' Welwyn Garden City.
If you go down to Mill Green Mill and Museum on Wednesday (21 August) you're sure of a big surprise... as the Teddy Bear Fun Day returns!
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council is conducting a review of polling stations in the borough.
The council has launched a consultation on the future of Queensway House, Hatfield, with the tower block's tenants and residential and commercial leaseholders.
Residents and visitors to Welwyn Hatfield can now refill their water bottles more easily, conveniently, and free of charge thanks to a new scheme.
A diseased tree, situated between the Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council building and Waitrose in Welwyn Garden City town centre, is due to be removed amid safety fears.
Come along to Mill Green Mill and Museum on Sunday 4 August to enjoy an afternoon tea and be entertained by a saxophone sextet
New life saving equipment is now on hand in Welwyn Garden City town centre, thanks to Defibrillators in Public Places (DiPPs).