North Herts Council’s Royston and District Committee awarded £500 to Barley Town House at its meeting on 8 March.
The government have launched the new #HomesForUkraine scheme, allowing people to register their interest in supporting Ukrainians fleeing the war.
North Herts Council’s Hitchin Committee awarded grants to five community groups in Hitchin at its meeting on 1 March.* These particular grants are designed to help organisations by supporting specific projects, rather than everyday expenditure.
Four community groups have been awarded a total of £6,454* following a meeting of the Letchworth Committee on 9 March.
Nearly 10,000 grant awards have been made to businesses in North Herts since the start of the Covid pandemic, totalling around £49,000,000 to help them cope, recover and move forward.
Eight special trees have been planted in parks throughout the district to help celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s 70th year on the throne.
Three community groups have been awarded a total of £2,777* following a meeting of the Southern Rural Committee on 3 March.
Raj Bhakar and Keith Hoskins have been elected to the district ward of Hitchin Highbury and the county electoral division of Hitchin South, respectively.
Work has been completed to replace the lifts at the council’s multi-storey car park in Hitchin, to help reduce our carbon footprint and fight climate change.