News from in and around Welwyn Hatfield this April.
First of all I want to say thank you to all of our front line workers, especially those in the health service, for their response to this unprecedented crisis.
During these challenging times we wanted to show our appreciation of the dedication and bravery of the everyday heroes in the NHS who are at the forefront of the response to the coronavirus.
I want to say a big thank you to everyone right across the borough. Throughout our communities, our staunch spirit and determination to help is being shown by people of all ages.
Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service and Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council are urging people not to light bonfires during the coronavirus lockdown.
The council is urging anyone who is vulnerable and struggling to reach out for help.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council has issued up-to-date guidance for private tenants on what they should expect from their landlord or managing agent during the current coronavirus outbreak.
Top tips on how you can support your neighbours, which we hope you'll find helpful.
Hertfordshire residents and businesses have risen to the huge challenge of tackling the coronavirus COVID-19, with many thousands of volunteers going out of their way to support their friends, neighbours, health and social care staff and public servants.
The council is urging businesses who have checked and think they may be eligible for a business grant and don't currently pay their business rates by direct debit, to apply online today.
The council's £45m regeneration of High View neighbourhood centre in Hatfield has been shortlisted for a Planning Award in the Regeneration category.