Local people who benefited from the Community Response Team (CRT) during lockdown will still receive assistance with shopping deliveries thanks to supermarket chain Morrisons.
We have jointly submitted a planning application with First Garden Cities Homes to create more affordable homes in Letchworth Garden City
After four months of closure, Standalone Farm and Broadway Cinema will reopen in August, the Heritage Foundation has announced.
The Community Response Team (CRT), set up by the Heritage Foundation to support Letchworth residents during lockdown, has thanked the community for their incredible show of support as their helpline closes this week.
Mark Coles updates our tenants on the latest about how the Foundation is working with them during this time, and how you can access government grants and funding to support your business.
Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation provided grant funding to help a Hertfordshire charity purchase 16 reconditioned iPads so that disabled local people could socialise and take part in online activity sessions during lockdown.
There are plenty of resources here in Letchworth to help all families and individuals who are experiencing food poverty during this pandemic. We explain how to access that help and tell you about the groups that are working to help the community.
In a show of support for town centre businesses, car parks at the Wynd, Arena (behind the Arena Parade shops), Rowlands Way and Broadway Gardens will have up to three hours free parking a day until 15 July.
Our Community Response Team has adjusted its opening hours to meet demand. From Monday 15 June, our hours are Monday-Friday 9am-1pm.
We've adapted our grants programme to help Letchworth based groups and charities provide relief to the community during the COVID-19 emergency.
Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation and partners have launched 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.