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Weddings and Events company now based at Bushey Country Club

A wedding and events management company has taken up occupation of the former Bushey Country Club site as ‘meanwhile users’, following legal agreement.

SMM (UK) Ltd will occupy the site, which the council owns, whilst the longer term future of the asset is considered.

Lighting up Christmas in Potters Bar!

Your local Conservative Borough and County councillors came together with the local community and formed a committee to raise funds for Christmas lights on both Darkes Lane and the High Street.

Budget 2018 Quiz

Take our interactive Quiz to find out what the Budget 2018 means

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.

Potters Bar lesuire centre recieves investment

A leisure centre in Potters Bar is recieving major investment and will benefit from a major refurbishment as a result. Work has already begun on Furzefield Leisure Centre's upgrade, which will see improvements made to the studios, spa and gym. A mezzanine floor is going to be installed.

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.

Supporting local health event in Potters Bar

On the 29th October a community health event provided Hertsmere residents with the opportunity to find out more about the wide range of services and support available in the area. 

Help save our 292 bus service in Borehamwood.....

The Borehamwood Times recently published a story about the proposed cuts to the Borehamwood section of the 292 bus route by Transport for London (TFL). The Conservative leader, Cllr. Morris Bright, has come under some fire over TFL plans despite the fact that the service is not under Hertsmere Borough Council’s control.