Winners of WGC’s Business Improvement District (BID) Awards were announced at a ceremony at the Louis de Soissons Hall in Church Road on Friday, October 12.
There will be a special screening of a WW1 film at the Welwyn Garden City Cinema this week to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
Welwyn Garden City’s Campus West theatre hosted a BBC Radio 4 culinary discussion show.
Welwyn Hatfield Council has warned that new laws for houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) will soon come into force.
A remnant of one of the most dramatic air battles of the First World War has been put forward for an award by Mill Green Museum.
New CCTV cameras will be installed at a Welwyn Garden City park this month in a bid tackle antisocial behaviour in its car park.
Four Welwyn Garden City schools have teamed up with Vertigo Adventures as part of a new community schools project sponsored by the council.
Welwyn Garden City Cinema will mark the Great War’s centenary by hosting a special screening of a new tribute film.
Welwyn Hatfield’s second Big Summer saw over six thousand children take part across the borough.
Over 400 Welwyn Hatfield pupils staged their own ‘Commonwealth Games’ on Friday, July 13.
A free animal-themed event is set to return to Hatfield town centre this summer.
A Welwyn Garden City councillor has handed over hundreds of pounds to the Digswell Place Group Riding for the Disabled.
Welwyn Hatfield’s youngsters are being encouraged to soak up some history at a free event in the Welwyn Roman Baths.
Welwyn Hatfield Council officially confirmed its new leader and Cabinet at the Annual Council Meeting.
A Welwyn woman has words of advice to anyone suffering joint pain on how to get the best out of the NHS.
Welwyn Hatfield police officers were out patrolling Moneyhole car park last night in a bid to tackle antisocial behaviour.
Welwyn Garden City residents have demanded more be done to combat antisocial behaviour near Moneyhole car park after the police sent warning letters to drivers.
Rock legend Marty Wilde has officially agreed to be patron of the Welwyn Garden City Rotary Walk and Fun Run ahead of this year’s event.
The borough council has backed outline proposals for 21 dwellings in the heart of Panshanger despite residents’ opposition.
Tributes have poured in for a respected Welwyn pub landlord who was “the last of an era”.