Lockdown 2: How this will impact on our venues

Just weeks after reopening many of our venues, the Heritage Foundation is once again preparing to close the doors to the public in line with the national lockdown.

All our venues will reopen as soon as it’s safe to do so. 

As always, please keep an eye on social media for further updates and news.

We hope to see you all again soon.  Stay safe.

3 November 2020

Broadway Cinema & Theatre

Broadway Cinema will close its doors at 10pm on Wednesday.  If you have booked tickets for films that were due to be screened between 5 November and 2 December, you don’t have to do anything – a member of the team will contact you to arrange your refund. 

Please visit Broadway Cinema & Theatre website and social media for more information.

Broadway Studio & Gallery

Our Gallery will be closing during this second lockdown. Please visit Broadway Gallery website and social media for updates.

Museum at One Garden City

Museum at One Garden City is closed, which means November’s family art club sessions will not go ahead.

Standalone Farm

We are now closed to allow us to carry out improvement works to the farm.

We will be reopening Spring 2021, see you then!

Please visit the Standalone Farm website and social media for more information.

Transport service 

Sadly, our community minibus service is no longer operating. 

Discover Letchworth

Discover Letchworth will not reopen, but the website will be updated with community events. Please visit the Discover Letchworth website for the latest news. 

Spirella Ballroom 

Spirella Ballroom will remain closed for the foreseeable future. 

Active Letchworth

Active Letchworth activities are now no longer delivered by the Foundation. We are looking into how this could be a community-led programme instead. 

Ernest Gardiner Treatment Centre

The Treatment Centre has been closed since March and sadly will not reopen. If you have previously used services at the Treatment Centre, you will now need to access services through your GP. 

We have been working with partners to find a way to keep some of these services running as part of wider health and wellbeing offer for the town. At this time, we haven't found a viable option, but we remain hopeful that our collaborations with health partners will come to fruition in 2021/22.