22October2017

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While most active fundraisers tend to opt to raise money from sponsored walks, runs or bike rides, an intrepid team from the St Albans office of Bidwells have decided to go one better - and use canoes.

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A group of young volunteers spent the day cleaning up Borehamwood's Shenley Road, and their actions didn't fall on deaf ears.

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Religious groups from across the borough gathered at the Civic Offices in Borehamwood on Sunday (19 July) as the Hertsmere Forum of Faiths hosted an interfaith celebration: 'Our Festivals – feasting and fasting'.

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An invitation to attend a planning update is being extended to residents' associations and community groups across the borough.

The session, which will take place at Civic Offices on Monday, 21 September starting at 6pm, will be hosted by senior managers from our Planning department. They will provide an update on key planning policy changes, both locally and nationally, and also provide an overview of the planning application process.

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When Teens Unite was founded eight years ago in 2007 by Wormley resident Debbie Pezzani and fashion icon Karen Millen OBE, neither dreamt that Teens Unite would be the success story that it is today.

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If you travel by train and want to have your say on the future of Hertfordshire's railways, then we want to hear from you.

An eight-week public consultation to update Hertfordshire County Council's Rail Strategy will be open between 10 June and 4 August.

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Claire Austin, Managing Director of Austin's Funeral Service and her husband Peter of Harwood Park Crematorium present Mark Turner CEO of the Road Victims' Trust with a cheque for £4,488.

 

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Physiotherapists must be put on the front line to ease pressure on GPs and hospitals

The NHS should promote the role of physiotherapists and put more on the front line in order to cut pressure on A&E departments and GPs' surgeries.

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Ain't no mountain high enough for Bidwells' cycling team after they conquer the Giant of Provence.

A team of intrepid cyclists from Bidwells proved they had pedal power after they managed to reach the summit of the 'Giant of Provence'; the most famous and feared climbs of the Tour de France.

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