Articles

Pledge to fight descrimination

Oliver Dowden CBE, Member of Parliament for Hertsmere, and Morris Bright MBE, Leader of Hertsmere Council, have made a pledge to fight hatred, religious intolerance and discrimination in their roles as the Borough’s elected representatives.

Succesfully supporting the over 60's in Potters Bar

The Sixty Plus Club in Potters Bar and South Mimms supports the over 60s. It is open every weekday and provides a two course lunch (at cost price) as well as entertainment and is a great way for older local residents to meet other people.

Improving Shenley Park

Hertsmere is proud of our award-winning parks across the Borough and we know how much they are enjoyed and used by residents, families and pets too.That’s why even in tough financial times your Conservative council believes we should continue to invest in our parks.

Positive Change at Organ Hall

Organ Hall is a housing estate in Borehamwood with a thriving community. Councillor Susan Brown had been trying to assist residents in improving the estate as it had become overgrown with fawner and seemed un-loved in places.

Fisher Field Annual Picnic 2018

Fisher's Field is a two-hectare local nature reserve thriving on a former allotment site and is a haven for flora and wildlife

Improvement plans for Meadow Park & Borehamwood Bowls Club

We are aware that some residents are concerned about the improvement programme for Meadow Park & Borehamwood Bowls club. The regeneration of Meadow Park will provide benefit to the whole community and is the single biggest investment by your council in a park in Hertsmere in a generation.

The Journey to Establish a Local Modern Slavery Partnership in Hertfordshire

The Government estimates that there are between 10,000 and 13,000 victims of modern slavery across the UK, but as this is a hidden crime, it is likely that the numbers are far greater. Of the 119 potential modern slavery victims that have been identified in Hertfordshire since 2009, 58 were women, 32 were men, 17 were boys and 12 were girls.