It’s official! Herts Careline’s award-winning community alarm and telecare service is celebrating 40 years of providing reassurance and freedom to Hertfordshire residents.
Two community groups have been awarded a total of £1,780* following a meeting of the Southern Rural Committee on 30 June.
A stainless steel sculpture called Unity, partly funded by the council, was officially opened at Hitchin Quaker Meeting’s Peace Garden on Saturday, 2 July.
To help create an inclusive workplace and collection, North Herts Museum has recently welcomed Curatorial Trainee Freya Purcell to the team, who has epilepsy and dyslexia.
North Herts Council’s Hitchin Committee awarded grants to three community groups in Hitchin at its meeting on 28 June.
Plastic Free July is a global movement urging everyone to limit their use of single-use plastic. Don’t worry, no one is expecting you to go completely plastic-free, it’s all about reducing, reusing and recycling what we do use.
What are you doing in July? Why not start or continue your quest for reducing plastic waste and share your #PlasticFreePledge with us!
An interactive installation of giant inflatable plants and flowers is coming to Hitchin from 9 July to 2 October, encouraging kids to learn and have fun with botanicals.
Following the meeting of the Planning Control Committee last night (23 June), the application made by Keystage Housing to change the use of the former Lord Lister Hotel in Hitchin to supported accommodation was deferred.
Two community groups have been awarded a total of £2,050* following a meeting of the Letchworth Committee on 8 June.