Teams of Year 12 students from schools across St Albans and Harpenden succeeded in raising more than £13,000 for local charities in this year's Dragons' Apprentice Challenge.
At last night's final pitch event hosted by the University of Hertfordshire Social Enterprise Unit, Team Cohesion from St Albans Girls School were crowned overall winners and presented £1,683 to The Abbeyfield Society, which provides care and support for older people.
Mercer & Hole Chartered Accountants are delighted to announce our dragon, General Practice Partner, Ross Lane and his team from St Albans Girls School, have been announced as finalists in the St Albans and Harpenden Dragons' Apprentice Challenge 2016.
Teams of young entrepreneurs will present their business profits to local charity and community groups at the finals and awards event for the 2015/16 Dragons' Apprentice Challenge on 21 March. The winning team will visit the House of Commons with St Albans MP Anne Main.
Hertsmere Borough Council is proposing to increase its share of council tax bills by 1.95 per cent for the coming year, representing the first increase in seven years.
To mark UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities, leading figures from across business, sport, politics, education, media, public and third sectors were yesterday named in this year's Power 100 list, launched in London at the headquarters of Lloyds Banking Group.
The snowflake appeal is run by all the Home-Start schemes across the country between November and January and aims to engage the community in helping to raise money for local children and families.
As a small production company who have just launched a new theatre show, the team behind Oh! Carol are now seeking fellow theatre and music lovers help to provide some additional funding in order to produce a CD of the show's music.