Welwyn and Hatfield life

Friday, July 10, 2020

Inaccurate endowment policy forecasts have caused problems for millions, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

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While the majority of the UK has been granted more freedom, vulnerable people, such as those in care homes, are still advised to self-isolate to a certain extent. However, a local care home refuses to let the pandemic get them down.

A total of 38 play areas will be reopened by Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council as lockdown continues to ease this weekend.

Many people have made a number of big life decisions during this enforced ‘time out’, says Peter Sharkey.

SO Resi is the brand for Metropolitan Thames Valley’s shared ownership homes. It currently has modern, spacious shared ownership apartments available at Times Square in Welwyn Garden City. Esaiyas Mollallegn, head of marketing at SO Resi explains everything you need to know about shared ownership.

Hot tub sales have surged during lockdown, says Peter Sharkey, as average household spending falls by more than a fifth.

Money is the principal reason football has returned, says finance expert Peter Sharkey – but not everyone is in such a good position.

As Welwyn Garden City shops get ready to re-open, they need your support more than ever.

As the lockdown begins to lift, Rob France, co-managing director and solicitor at HRJ Foreman Laws Solicitors shares his advice and the answers to your most asked legal questions.

Equity release could help many people who have resolved to retire early once the lockdown finishes, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

Around 85,000 people released equity from their homes last year, says finance expert Peter Sharkey. Could doing the same help you to increase your retirement fund?

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Friday, May 29, 2020

Your property wealth could save you from working for an additional three years, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

As house prices tumble, first time buyers have a chance to get on the property ladder, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

The coronavirus outbreak is expected to force UK finances into a troubling position – but homeowners could be helped through equity release, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

There are many advantages to holding cash during periods of volatility, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

This year’s Festival of Wildlife at Panshanger Park has been cancelled, organisers have confirmed today.

The recent virus crisis has the highlighted pivotal role played by care homes – but paying for them will remain a struggle for millions, says Peter Sharkey.

As Welwyn Garden City turns 100 today, what lessons can we take from Garden City design, to ensure new garden towns planned along the ‘knowledge corridor’ are successful new places, not merely homes along motorways?

Dame Helen Mirren, Sir Lenny Henry and Sir Ian McKellan are among the quizmasters of a new online test of knowledge.

Author Haruki Murakami suggests dozens of topics to consider while exercising. Finance is one, says Peter Sharkey.

Instead of reacting negatively to the coronavirus outbreak, bold investors should look at the sectors likely to do well once the virus has been tamed, says Peter Sharkey.

A home care company in Welwyn Hatfield and North Herts has said its existing staff shortages are being further exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Steinbeck’s classic, Grapes of Wrath, is set in an era we shall never see again, says Peter Sharkey.

Nine new luxury assisted living apartments will open this summer at Foxholes Care Homes.

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