North Hertfordshire College’s construction students attended a series of building site work experience sessions with a major construction company, Bouygues UK.Bouygues UK are working on behalf of Stevenage Borough Council to develop new homes for the local community. 29 carpentry and 45 bricklaying students were instructed to arrive on theRead More →

Mitchell Holloway has been elected Sabbatical Student President of North Hertfordshire College (NHC). Mitchell recently completed a public services course at NHC and was elected on 16 June after running a successful campaign for president. As student president, Mitchell will be leading a range of student voice activities including attendanceRead More →

More than 40 rural residents, including local landowners, farmers and rural businesses, attended the annual Royston and Baldock Rural Barn Meet on Monday June 19 at Quickswood Farm in Clothall, Baldock. North Herts Hosts Popular Barn MeetThe barn meet is a popular event which enables the rural communities of NorthRead More →

Around 1000 people visited the Operation Stomp event in Bishop’s Stortford on Wednesday June 21. Operation Stomp is the police-led, multi-agency operation aimed at protecting communities and keeping local residents safe. The re-launch event took place in the Sainsbury’s car park in Thorley Neighbourhood Centre between 3 and 9pm. OfficersRead More →

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 →