A local community organisation that supports disability sport has received a minibus from the Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation to help more people get active.
A new work by the artist Dan Hays has been added to his exhibition The Walk to the Paradise Garden.
As part of the concert performance of his book The Mozart Question.
A stage adaptation of BBC hit sitcom Waiting for God will premiere at Letchworth’s Broadway Theatre on 20-22 April as part of its 12-week UK tour.
The Foundation’s new Chief Executive, Graham Fisher, takes up his post today (3 April 2017), following nine years as CEO at the anti-poverty and social reform charity Toynbee Hall.
An original children’s book from best-selling author and comic actor David Walliams, is set to visit Broadway Theatre on 10-11 April.
Children from across Letchworth are being invited to create a scarecrow with a twist, with the best Letchworth entry to be displayed at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show.
A new minibus which will provide vital transport to the community has been delivered to Letchworth following a successful funding application to the Community Transport Association.
Running from 4 March – 11 June, The Walk to the Paradise Garden: Paintings by Dan Hays will include a series of new works that engage with Letchworth’s past and present, having been created especially for the exhibition at Broadway Gallery.
The new season for Standalone Farm is just around the corner, with an exciting programme of family activities and special performances, as well as plenty of farmyard favourites to visit.
Fine art, photography and physical design are just some of the things set to be installed in Letchworth as part of the Community Museum’s latest programme.
Rebecca Louise Law is set to transform the Broadway Gallery into a floral masterpiece.