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. Alastair Stewart explains more.
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, with the opportunity 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.
Our Chief Executive, Graham Fisher, explains more about the long term impact on the Foundation, whilst trying to respond positively to challenges, build stronger relationships and being creative in coming up with solutions.
David Ames, Executive Director Stewardship & Development, tells us about being shortlisted for the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) East of England Awards for Planning Excellence.
Alastair Stewart, our Head of Communities, Grants & Partnerships, updates us on how our grants programme is focusing on health and wellbeing support.
The business is co-owned by Letchworth residents Holly-Anne Rolfe and husband Nick. “We love Letchworth because it’s got such a lovely community atmosphere. It’s a friendly, leafy and unique place to live and run a business,” said Holly.
Vegan eatery Vutie Beets is managed by Harry Williams, who owns the company jointly with Paul Cranwell. They took over the thriving business in November 2019, and explain how they have changed their entire business model as a result of COVID-19.
Our Heritage Advice Service (HAS) offers guidance and support to Letchworth homeowners who wish to make alterations to their homes. Claire Pudney, our HAS manager explains how we manage and maintain the original principles of the garden city.
Since March, all our venues have closed, and a lot of our services have stopped running. Graham Fisher, our CEO, updates us on the extent of our financial losses and how we have had to make some very difficult decisions.
Every June we share an update with the community on our financial performance from the previous year, along with an overview of the impact of our work. Matthew Peak, our Finance Director, talks us through it.