Last year the Heritage Foundation worked closely with local business FB Chain on the development of a purpose-built facility. In this blog FB Chain’s MD, Peter Church, reflects on what he’s learnt from FB Chain’s recent moving experience.
We had a good response to our blog about our minibus service, so we thought we’d provide some more data-driven insights in to the work of our Garden City Collection team.
On 1 September, charges were introduced on retrospective applications for housing alterations. Here's some info as to why they've been introduced.
Our Head of Strategic Planning David Ames has had quite a busy summer, meeting with a delegation from China, visiting York and even taking time during his holiday to visit one of Florida’s garden city developments.
Be The Best grant recipient, Immy Blackburn-Horgan, blogs about her adventures while on a placement in Berlin.
Earlier this year we awarded 17 year-old Imogene Blackburn-Horgan (Immy) a grant of £750 to help support her as she learns new skills and gains valuable experience on voluntary placements in Berlin.
In Russell's Out and About in Letchworth blogs, he's meeting some of these groups and taking part in the activities on offer. This month, he paid a visit to the Baldock & District Canoe Club.
We spoke with Sue Attwood, warehouse manager of the Letchworth foodbank, to find out more about the operation
As they hit the ten year mark, E4H have reflected on why they have been successful and why Letchworth is great base for their business.
Letchworth’s Alex Bush will be representing team GB at the Deaflympics in Turkey this summer, with support from the Heritage Foundation.
The Heritage Foundation is turning to technology in an effort to crack down on the huge increase in fly-tipping around the garden city.
This week our volunteers from the Garden City Collection, Sue Kewley and Peter and Valerie Pennifer, attended the Eastern Region’s annual Volunteer Awards, organised by SHARE Museums East.