National County Lines Awareness Week – 17th – 23rd May 2021

Hertfordshire Modern Slavery Partnership are raising awareness of Exploitation linked to County Lines and Cuckooing. What is County Lines? It’s a term used to describe gangs and organised criminal networks operating throughout the UK that are involved in exporting illegal drugs into one or more importing areas within the UK, using dedicated mobile phone lines

Family Lives reflects on the their year after winning the Excellence in Volunteer Management Award last year.

We spoke to last years winners Family lives on how their year has been after winning the Excellence in Volunteer Management Award last year. Volunteers, now is the opportunity for you to nominate the organisation you volunteer with, for the 2021 Excellence in Volunteer Management Awards: https://surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Volunteering-Herts-Awards-2021 More information: https://tinyurl.com/yrub5b5v

The Heart Movement Bus is heading for Hertforshire

The mindfulness and wellbeing not-for-profit organisation The Heart Movement are planning to be in Hertfordshire on 16th and 17th June. They would like to hear from organisation who could benefit from having the heart bus visit. In response to the Covid pandemic they are reaching out to communities around the country offering their service. “The

Digital Inclusion Project

The Welwyn Hatfield Community & Voluntary Service is working with other voluntary services in the county for the Digital Inclusion Project. The main focus of this project is to help those who are mostly excluded from support services and social circles resulting from a lack of digital ability. If you have a laptop, computer, notebook or tablet you would like

The 7th WGC Girl Guides’ get picking at MoneyHole Park

Cheryl Horton our Project Coordinator for the Love Welwyn Hatfield project has been busy organising litter picking groups in and around Welwyn Hatfield. Today is World Earth Day and we are celebrating all those around our world, working to care for our precious planet. Close to home, we say a big thank you to the