04August2020

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A nationwide competition to find the voice of the lead character for a new animated series has today announced that local school-girl, Stephanie Gallagher, from Hemel Hempstead, has won the main prize to narrate "Clean Our Planet: Energy Of Change".

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More than three million children in the UK could be struggling with poor mental health due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research from not-for-profit healthcare provider, Benenden Health.

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There's been a huge team effort by the council's staff to help support residents and local businesses during the coronavirus crisis.

Massive demands have been placed on some roles and, in some instances, staff have been undertaking different tasks.

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Veolia, the UK's leading resource management company, has launched #StreetSmiles to recognise the outstanding contribution of waste workers carrying out essential services as the pandemic continues. Support from the public has already been overwhelming with people all over the country putting out thank you notes or displaying smiling suns in their windows.

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As a not-for-profit Social Enterprise that supports start-ups and small businesses, Wenta cannot ignore the struggles of this community during the COVID-19 epidemic and so we've taken action!
Just a few days ago, Wenta's Government petition went live, asking for cash grants to be extended to small businesses that don't qualify for SBRR: http://bit.ly/2y3yj3W
#SmallBusinessCrisisNow

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A long-term plan to restore Whippendell Wood in Watford back to its true and natural historic state is now underway.

Watford Borough Council, which maintains the wood, will be working alongside Natural England, Forestry Commission and Woodland Trust, and will be gradually removing invasive non-native trees over the next five years. Native trees will be planted or allowed to grow back naturally over that time.

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Culture was in the spotlight last week when Watford Borough Council launched its 12 month programme of arts and heritage activities and events that will form a key part of Hertfordshire Year of Culture (HYOC).

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Davies Veterinary Specialists (Davies), the small animal referral practice in Hertfordshire, has donated £5,000 to Dogs Trust Freedom Project. The money was raised through fundraising projects organised by resourceful team members.

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27 January 2020

We Need More Like Jo

Local lady Jo Wiggins, has been described as a 'larger than life character' by her clients and colleagues in the local community, and Dave Marsh, owner of CQC Outstanding rated Home Instead Senior Care Stevenage and North Herts, says, "We need more people like Jo championing care."

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