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Head of Charitable Projects and Partnerships, Alastair Stewart, tells us the results of the first committee meeting of 2021 following the introduction of the new grant programme; Communities Looking Forward.
Our Heritage Advice Service (HAS) helps Letchworth homeowners who wish to make alterations to their homes by guiding them through the processes and legalities that protect the unique character of the town.
There is no denying that 2020 was hard for many and it looks like we will be seeing much more of the same in 2021. While we are in another lockdown, there is also a sense of hope and regrowth for the coming months as the vaccine programme rolls out across the country. Alastair Stewart explains more.
In early February 2021, we announced that we were signing up for the government’s Kickstart programme to support local young people in finding work and gaining useful work experience. Our Chief Executive Graham Fisher tells us more about why supporting young people is more important than ever and how other Letchworth businesses can play their part.
This week is national Trustees’ Week, an annual event which showcases the great work that trustees do. It also highlights opportunities for people from all walks of life to get involved and make a difference. Pam Burn gives us insight into being a trustee.
One day into lockdown, Khoi Khoi Bar and Vino completely transformed its operational strategy so that it could continue serving the local community. Read more about how owner Herbie has taken the business to new heights.
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