Broadway Gallery launches rug design competition
Letchworth residents are being encouraged to vote for the best interpretation of a modern garden city in the final of an international design competition.
Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation has appointed Pam Burn as the first female chair of its board, replacing Colin Chatfield, who has held the post for nine and a half years.
The Hertfordshire LEP want to know what Letchworth-based businesses think about the town as a place to create and do business,
A new Wind in the Willows themed installation is now in place on the Garden City Greenway, set up at Radwell Meadows.
A student from St Francis’ College has won the Letchworth Young Designer Competition, a contest launched as part of the first phase of a town-wide consultation asking people about day-to-day life in Letchworth.
A programme of sessions designed to evoke memories and stimulate conversation with older residents in Letchworth is to be launched in Letchworth in the spring by the town’s Garden City Collection.
Standalone Farm reopens on Monday 11 February with all your favourite farm yard friends and an exciting science show run by the guys at Einstein's Entertainers.
We've now moved to our new offices of One Garden City
We've published our new three-year plan, Making Letchworth a great place for everyone.
The Heritage Foundation has appointed Stuart Sapsford as the new Executive Director of Communities, Culture and Heritage as of January 2019.
The Broadway Gallery presents Canvas To Carpet, the first major solo exhibition of the British artist Allistair Covell. The exhibition will present a series of Covell’s synaesthetic inspired abstract handknotted carpets as the centrepiece to a display tha