Due to the period of national mourning following the death of HRH The Prince Philip, the Parish Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday 20 April 2021 will now take place on Tuesday 4 May 2021.
We’re still here to help!
If you need advice during the coronavirus outbreak, we’re still here to help. Whilst we’ve had to temporarily close our face to face service you can still contact us in a number of ways if you are an East Herts or Uttlesford resident:
For advice by email go to www.citizensadviceeastherts.org.uk/webadvice...continue reading "A Message from Citizens Advice East Herts"
Residents who are self-isolating and in need of support from volunteers are advised to contact HertsHelp on 0300 123 4044.
East Herts Council have prepared frequently asked questions for people with care and support needs which they can access on our website, www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/serviceupdates.
Here is the objection letter sent to the proposed Minerals plan, and below the Minerals and Waste Policies Team automatic response:-
Minerals plan consultation letter - View pdf...continue reading "Parish Council Minerals Plan Objection Letter"
Walk more this summer by joining a Health Walk group near you. You'll find many evening walks, to take advantage of the longer daylight hours.
Simply visit the Health Walks Website to find your local walks. There are walks in Dacorum, St Albans, Hertsmere, Watford & Three Rivers, Welwyn Hatfield, North Herts and East Herts.
Hertfordshire’s Local Offer, has been revamped and is now LIVE!
There are over 25,500 young people in Hertfordshire with a special educational need or disability (SEND). Only one fifth of those children register for extra support through an educational, health and care plan (formerly a statement) because of an exceptional need.
Where are the other 20,000+ going for support? ...continue reading "Hertfordshire’s new Local Offer goes live – a one stop shop for information and advice on special educational needs or disabilities."
Help us and become a foster carer
Have you ever thought about fostering? Well now is the time to pick up the phone and call our recruitment team. Hertfordshire County Council urgently needs more foster carers to help provide loving, safe and stable homes for local children and teenagers. ...continue reading "Have you ever thought about fostering? Well now is the time to pick up the phone and call our recruitment team."
On average, almost 250 reports of rogue trading are made each year in Hertfordshire, but it is estimated that only between five and 20 per cent of these crimes are reported – that’s why Hertfordshire County Council’s Trading Standards team is advising residents to follow a few top tips: ...continue reading "Hertfordshire County Council warns residents to be vigilant against rogue traders"