Sports clubs in Letchworth have been awarded more than £18,000 in funding to help them reopen as restrictions ease and outdoor sports venues welcome back members and visitors for the first time in months.
Since it closed last August, the Standalone Farm team have been working behind the scenes on a number of new additions, including a woodland trail, a new snack stop, an updated events programme and a new website where customers can book tickets online.
Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation has awarded Letchworth Educational Settlement £15,000 from its grant programme, which was set up to support Letchworth based charities and groups affected by the impact of the pandemic.
The Heritage Foundation is working in partnership with the nationally acclaimed School for Social Entrepreneurs to help local businesses and social enterprises in the heritage sector to develop and grow.
The Foundation has submitted an outline planning application for 120 homes east of Talbot Way. The site is allocated for approximately 120 private and affordable homes as part of the North Hertfordshire Local Plan 2011-31.
Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation, with the help of business support social enterprise, Wenta, has signed up to the Government’s Kickstart Scheme which has been set up to help the young and unemployed aged between 16-24.
We support, fund and deliver activities to meet our charitable commitments for the benefit of our local communities. We promote aspects of life in Letchworth including environment, heritage, education, leisure, charities and charitable activities for the local community.