A new, interactive exhibition exploring uniforms worn across the borough has opened at Mill Green Mill and Museum.
Tickets go on sale today for this year’s Welwyn Hatfield pantomime – and producers expect them to fly out of the box office.
There is plenty going on to keep children entertained this February half term in Welwyn Hatfield.
Mill Green Mill and Museum has scooped a £2,000 grant from Tesco’s Bag of Help scheme.
A group of youth councillors visited Parliament to ask Welwyn Hatfield MP Grant Shapps a number of hard-hitting questions about Donald Trump and suicide prevention.
Staff at Mill Green Mill and Museum are thrilled after the Welwyn Hatfield attraction became a winner in the Hertfordshire Tourism Awards.
Welwyn Hatfield’s leisure facilities could soon be run by a new contractor after details of an imminent merger were leaked.
Football club members who are “sick to the back teeth” of people leaving dog mess on their pitch are considering naming and shaming individuals.
Panshanger Football Club and Welwyn Hatfield Council are urging dog owners to clear up after their pets.
Step back in time at a Victorian Christmas Fair this month.
Youngsters will be able to enjoy a ‘softly spooky’ Halloween event at a Welwyn Hatfield museum.
Over 300 people visited Welwyn Roman Baths and Mill Green Museum and Mill for the annual Heritage Open Weekend.
Music festival Goatfest 2017 rocked Codicote over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Children went crackers for an animal event in Hatfield’s White Lion Square today.
Mill Green Museum and Mill is set to make a splash with its water awareness event later this month.
Mill Green Museum and Mill has received a £2k grant from SHARE Museums East to conduct a full review and audit of its archaeology collection.
Mill Green Museum and Mill have received a £2,000 grant from SHARE Museums East to conduct a full review and audit of the museum’s 2,000-item strong archaeology collection.
Hundreds of petrolheads admired a myriad of motors.
A popular classic cars and vintage day is set to return to Mill Green Museum next week.
Hatfield is set to host several fun-filled events during a “jam-packed fortnight” of activities in the borough.
Hatfield hosted a fantastic festival of multiculturalism over the weekend with residents savouring delicacies from around the world.
Mill Green Mill and Museum is holding an open day as part of a national initiative to showcase the traditional craft.