News stories from in and around Welwyn Hatfield this March.
The Mayor of Welwyn Hatfield, Councillor Roger Trigg, today raised the Commonwealth flag at the council's offices in Welwyn Garden City to mark Commonwealth Day 2020.
The waste and recycling road shows, organised by our new waste and recycling collection partner, Urbaser, have been cancelled.
Restrictions lifted in car parks and resident permit areas.
Vegetation clearance currently is taking place between Junctions 6 and 8 on the A1(M).
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, our waste collection services are currently operating with a reduced number of staff.
Due to coronavirus, White Lion House, Hatfield, will be closed to the public until further notice.
A building gutted by fire in south Hatfield has been brought back to life as the new Hilltop Community Centre.
This Girl Can, the Sport England campaign to get women and girls active, returns to Welwyn Hatfield this June and the council is calling on all local sports clubs, societies, schools and leisure providers to get involved by organising a programme of female-friendly sessions.
Splashlands, the new wet and dry adventure and play facility in Stanborough Park, Welwyn Garden City, is on track to open this summer.