From 2024, local elections in North Herts will go ‘all-out’ and be conducted every four years in line with general elections, instead of the current regime of electing ‘by thirds’.
North Herts Council is launching a consultation with local businesses about what they believe could aid their growth
Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) takes place internationally every year on 27 January and to help younger generations get involved, and ‘never forget’, we're calling on children to get involved with our art and writing competitions, based on the 2022 theme ‘One day’.
A new exhibition featuring portraits of people drawn during lockdown, by local artist and art teacher Nathalie Titterton, has opened at North Hertfordshire Museum in Hitchin.
Did you know the Leader of North Herts Council is an international competitive figure skater? Cllr Dennis-Harburg took to the ice recently, more locally in Letchworth, to promote the temporary rink at Norton Common, there until Sunday 2 January.
Do you know someone special in your community who has gone above and beyond and made a real difference in their local community?
As part of a new campaign from environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy, dog owners in North Herts are being told to ‘Do it for your dog’ when it comes to picking up their pet’s poo.
You can pick up a free tote bag in the lead-up to Christmas as a reward for shopping locally and supporting your high street!
It’s National Tree Week from Saturday (27 November-5 December) and we're joining forces with the Tree Council to encourage people to #PlantForOurFuture to mark the start of the winter tree planting season.
Solar panels have been installed on the roof of North Herts Council’s office building in Letchworth to help reduce the council’s carbon emissions and save money.