Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation and partners are today launching a new Community Response Service to support those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation has announced measures to support its most vulnerable commercial tenants in the town affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Heritage Foundation is developing an urgent plan of action to support the Letchworth community as the impact of coronavirus is being felt.
John Welch tells us about last week’s merger between Howard Cottage in Letchworth and Welwyn Garden City Housing Association to create First Garden Cities Homes
Take your seats with caution because Jeeves and Wooster’s 2020 UK tour is now underway! This dynamic duo will be hitting Broadway Theatre on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 March 2020 with three live performances of Jeeves and Wooster In Perfect Nonsense - a P.G.
Standalone Farm reopens its doors on 17 February, ready for the February half term.
Tree planting marks the first step in joint environment partnership with North Herts District Council
The Heritage Foundation has teamed up with North Hertfordshire District Council to plant 22 trees in Temple Gardens, Letchworth, in what is their first joint environment project.
The Heritage Foundation has appointed four new governors; two nominated by the Letchworth Garden City clubs and societies, which are registered with the Heritage Foundation, and two general governors, appointed by the Board of Trustees.
Letchworth residents who took part in a project to explore the history of their homes and the people who originally lived there could see their houses featured in a new online trail.
An 83-year-old toilet roll made in Letchworth Garden City has won the Hertfordshire Association of Museums’ Object of the Year 2019.