A figure familiar to the people of Letchworth, local road sweeper, Richard Clare, known affectionately as ‘Allweathers’, brings his Outsider Art to Broadway Gallery.
A new space dedicated to providing everything there is to know about Letchworth Garden City opens its doors to the public today, Saturday 13 July.
Q & A with Josh Tidy, town historian, author, blogger and curator of the new Museum at One Garden City and the International Garden Cities Exhibition.
Have your say on the proposed housing developments
Broadway Theatre is inviting local children aged 10-16 to audition for a part in the junior chorus of The Wind in the Willows Christmas theatre production, which will be staged from 10 to 15 December 2019.
Visit the exhibition on 15 June looking at some of the stories of women's suffrage in Letchworth.
Letchworth Garden City will be buzzing this weekend as Letchworth Festival gets underway. Alongside this, The Foundation’s new museum will open its doors to the public for the first time.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation are pleased to announce that EcoResponsive Environments is the winner of the Re-Imagining the Garden City Design Ideas Competition.
Artist Lois Walpole opens her latest exhibition, entitled Weaving Ghosts, at Broadway Gallery in Letchworth, next month.
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.