Keep up to date with what's going on in Welwyn Hatfield!
In line with the new government rules, people will have to wear a face covering when they are using any form of public transport, or when they are going to hospital for an appointment or to visit somebody.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council's 38 play areas will reopen for children to enjoy as lockdown restrictions continue to ease this weekend.
Congratulations to the two talented winners of the Youth Council's art competition which was on the theme of 'Welwyn Hatfield and the Environment'.
Parking enforcement in residential areas is to be reintroduced to manage the impact of increasing traffic on our roads following the easing of lockdown and lower- than-usual use of public transport.
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.
The Council has served an immediate Article 4 Direction at Digswell Park Road following the sale/purchase of these land parcels as sub-divided plots.
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.
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.
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.
Preparation works are set to begin next week for the £45m regeneration of High View neighbourhood centre in Hatfield.