Come to see the district’s most prominent painter from the Victorian era, Samuel Lucas, at North Herts Museum in Hitchin from 9 September to 12 November.
Would you like to invest in reducing your energy bills and cut your carbon emissions at the same time?
Following the summer bank holiday on Monday 28 August, household bin collections will take place one day later than normal for the rest of the week.
New outdoor fitness equipment has been installed at Royston Leisure Centre – join an organised class to work out in the great outdoors with like-minded people or rock up whenever you fancy!
Climbing, running, spinning, swinging, sliding – it’s all going on at Smithson Recreation Ground in Upper Tilehouse Street, Hitchin, following a makeover.
Two community groups have been awarded a total of £1,884* following the Letchworth Area Forum recommendations on 5 July.
Christchurch Baldock has been awarded a total of £1,325* following the Baldock Area Forum recommendations on 17 July.
Hitchin BID has been awarded a total of £2,000* following recommendations from North Herts Council’s Hitchin Area Forum on 4 July 2023.
Two community groups have been awarded a total of £1,610* following the Southern Rural Area Forum recommendations on 22 June.
On 19 July, the 10-year anniversary of the apocalyptic sci-fi comedy The World’s End, filmed in Letchworth, North Herts Council has launched its campaign #LightsCameraNorthHerts to showcase the fantastic locations available for filming in North Herts.