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Welwyn Hatfield residents will soon be able to recycle their food waste into energy that will be used to power local communities and fertilise farmland.
To celebrate Black History Month in October, Mill Green Museum is showing an exhibition of artwork created by Welwyn Hatfield schoolchildren and inspired by the theme of "Hidden Stories".
Marie Laura (or 'Laura') my sister-in-law, is 39 years old and came to live with us a year ago.
Celebrating Bonfire Night may be a little different this year, so we have some important advice for you if you are planning on using fireworks at home.
Applications are open for the Welwyn Hatfield Small Community Grants as well as a new Youth Action Grant which is specifically for community and charity organisations working with young people in the borough.
The council will install 16 electric vehicle charging points in car parks across the borough next year, including in the new Hatfield town centre multi-storey.
Two Welwyn Hatfield councillors have been helping local nurses ensure high risk, housebound residents, receive their annual flu vaccinations.
Following four months of preparation and demolition works, Lovell has officially broken ground at High View in Hatfield to deliver 146 quality new homes, a retail centre, community facilities and amenities.
Welwyn Hatfield Council has partnered with Welwyn Garden City Business Improvement District (the BID) to encourage people to discover the town's shopping and leisure facilities and help bring much needed revenue to local traders.
A cross-party group of all local District and Borough Council Leaders have united to call for a rethink over Hertfordshire County Council's plan for one single authority for its 1.2 million residents.
The newly repaired Coronation Fountain in Welwyn Garden City, has been turned pink to highlight Breast Cancer Awareness month this October.
Council leaders across Hertfordshire are encouraging people to celebrate Halloween safely, helping to save lives by preventing the spread of the coronavirus. This year, many Halloween traditions such as trick or treating carry a risk and the county's message is clear: this Halloween, stick to a safer way of having fun.
Following consultation last year and a Cabinet decision in August, key employment space in the borough is now protected by an Article 4 Direction.
If you have been told to self-isolate for 14 days because you've tested positive for coronavirus or have recently been in contact with someone who has tested positive, then you could qualify for a £500 grant.
Welwyn Hatfield residents are being asked for their views on the level of charges to be imposed on new developments in the borough under a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL).
HatTech, our spacious, modern business centre designed to accommodate freelancers, entrepreneurs and small businesses, has been officially opened by the Mayor, Cllr Roger Trigg.
People across England and Wales are being urged to download the NHS COVID-19 app to help control the spread of coronavirus and protect themselves and their loved ones as case numbers rise.
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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Help and advice for anyone affected by COVID-19 (Coronavirus), including information about financial support and help for those who are vulnerable.

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