Stevenage Mayor, Councillor Pam Stuart, was joined by fellow councillors, Stephen McPartland MP, representatives of the Royal British Legion and local ex-service personnel to raise the Armed Forces Day flag at Daneshill House on Monday 19 June. Armed Forces Day, which is marked this year on Saturday 24 June, aimsRead More →

Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust (HCT), working with the county’s children’s centres, has been awarded the prestigious Baby Friendly Award and is the latest UK health care organisation to win international recognition from Unicef (United Nations Children’s Fund). “We decided to join forces with Unicef UK’s Baby Friendly Initiative to increaseRead More →

A ceremony took place today (Friday 16 June) to officially mark the opening of the revamped play area at Serby Avenue in Royston. The three month renovation to the play area was completed earlier this year by Groundwork Hertfordshire on behalf of North Hertfordshire District Council (NHDC). The £64,000 projectRead More →

The same way South Africa had Nelson Mandela and British football had David Beckham the world of low budget British film has its own champion – the talented, stylish producer Jonathan Sothcott! With sources this last week suggesting that 37 year old Sothcott’s next hit film WSDTOW – We StillRead More →

Nearly 300 residential roads countywide will get a makeover using a method known as micro surfacing. It involves spreading a thin layer of new road surface to seal the road from the elements, even out bumps and dips and restore grip. By sealing any cracks, it can prevent the formationRead More →