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A road safety charity based in Hertfordshire has urged drivers to stay at home to save lives and protect the NHS.

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In response to a downturn in income, Welwyn Garden City-based charity Isabel Hospice has launched a virtual fundraising campaign called Hero at Home.

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A takeaway in Stevenage is aiming to deliver thousands of free hot meals to NHS staff during the coronavirus pandemic.

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A number of places have committed to dropping parking charges for NHS staff and other essential workers for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic.

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A man sustained stab wounds and a head injury after a group of men reportedly broke into his Welwyn Garden City flat on the weekend.

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A former Welwyn Garden City trophy-winning skipper is at the forefront of a rapidly growing charity football match to help raise funds for the NHS and acknowledge their efforts during the coronavirus crisis.

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Many of Welwyn Garden City’s centenary celebrations are to go ahead, while some have been cancelled due to the outbreak of coronavirus.

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Arriva, Centrebus and Unobus buses and Great Northern trains have further reduced their services today.

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Under the government shut down guidelines, shops and food deliveries are still allowed to stay open.

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Our NHS and care workers were clapped from balconies and windows at 8pm last night by people across Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar.

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The Herts Young Homeless office in Hatfield has been shut as the charity is “unable to meet face to face” with its clients.

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Lister Hospital in Stevenage will no longer treat patients with minor injuries or illnesses – as East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust prepares itself for an increase in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases.

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One of the major events of the Welwyn Garden City centenary celebrations has been postponed in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Welwyn Garden City social media stars are currently separated but one of them has released a self-isolation video with his son.

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Two shopping malls in WGC and Hatfield have closed their doors for the time being, due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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Since people have been urged people to stay indoors, Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar places of worship have moved online.

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Welwyn Garden City-based charity Isabel Hospice has made the difficult decision to close all its shops due to coronavirus.

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A Welwyn Garden City mother has shared her journey IVF treatment to raise awareness of some of the misconceptions that still exist around fertility.

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A free app with live information from A&E departments and urgent care centres in Hertfordshire has been launched to help people find prompt treatment for their minor injuries.

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The John Lewis Partnership has “taken the difficult decision” to temporarily close all of its 50 stores including the one in Welwyn Garden City.

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High streets are turning into ghost towns as non-essential retailers close their doors in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

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A Hatfield housing office has closed but the borough council’s staff are still available at other areas in the town.

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Bus users will find it increasingly difficult to use Arriva, Unobus and Centrebus as they reduce their services.

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Welwyn Roman Baths, Mill Green Mill and Museum and Cuffley Library have closed due to the coronavirus.

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Debby Foxwell’s sentencing for the murder of former Welwyn Garden City councillor Louise Lotz has been postponed until further notice.

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The family of a Welwyn Garden City man who died in a collision last week have paid tribute to a kind and generous family man who will be sorely missed.

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The number of visitors accompanying patients at hospitals in Stevenage and Welwyn Garden City is to be reduced for “the foreseeable future”.

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Hertfordshire Sport Village has closed following concerns about the coronavirus.

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A local family-owned catering business is supporting those who are self-isolating, the elderly and the vulnerable by delivering food supplies to residents during the coronavirus crisis.

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