Keep up to date with what's going on in Welwyn Hatfield!
New Guidance for Face Coverings
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.
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.
Campus West cancels 2020 pantomime and moves production to 2021
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.
Hatfield town centre is very much open for business again after non-essential shops were allowed to resume trading on 15 June provided they followed government safety guidelines, giving customers a safe welcome back.
Huge increase in coronavirus tests available in Hertfordshire
Hertfordshire residents now have more ways to get themselves tested for the coronavirus COVID-19. A new drive-through site in Welwyn Garden City is able to test at least an additional 600 people a day in the county and mail-order test supplies are keeping up with public demand.
Black Lives Matter: Statement from Hertfordshire Leaders
In light of protests by the Black Lives Matter movement and with further protests planned across the county, all eleven leaders of the district, borough and county councils in Hertfordshire, plus the police and crime commissioner, have today issued a statement.