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Councillor Carol Crump was appointed Mayor of Broxbourne at the Annual Council meeting on Tuesday...
This May half term, Kidz Klub will once again open its doors and this time children over 4 are also...
Barclay Park’s 80th anniversary since its official opening was commemorated on the weekend of 13 to...
In response to research revealing that worried parents are keeping kids indoors due to safety...
A May Fair and Heritage Day in Hoddesdon on Saturday 13 May was a hit with residents who enjoyed...
Nominations have now closed for the forthcoming Parliamentary election on Thursday 8 June and a...
Women and girls from across the Borough of Broxbourne are invited to come along to a special sports...
Fifty years on from when the most successful folk and rock duo of all time recorded their first no...
Families, stallholders, actors, dancers and musicians got together at Grundy Park in Cheshunt on...
Broxbourne Council has been chosen as a finalist in a prestigious public sector awards scheme for...
A new crematorium to serve the Borough of Broxbourne has opened with a number of families already...
Broxbourne Council has been named as the Bronze winner of the 2017 ‘Remodelling Local Services’...
Lowewood Museum has received £68,500 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project...
An innovative application to build 21 new homes, in conjunction with the expansion of the head...
To celebrate the special ‘Year of the Environment’ the Council has launched an environment themed...
Residents are reminded that the Council will not collect any waste that is left alongside or on top...
Broxbourne is the first local authority in the UK to install the eGym equipment. The German...
Cedars Park in Waltham Cross has been awarded a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant of £59,700 after...
2017 will be Broxbourne’s Year of the Environment, presenting not only an opportunity to promote...
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Year of the Environment
Find out about the Borough's special Year of the Environment...   
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