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Tea room weathers storm of Covid through flexibility and hard work

20th January 2022

Tea room weathers storm of Covid through flexibility and hard work

Linda Anderson of The Kitchen in Croxley got in touch via the What’s Your Story? section of the Three Rivers Business Newsletter

New online platform is one stop shop for volunteering opportunities

20th January 2022

New online platform is one stop shop for volunteering opportunities

A new online platform has been launched as a one stop shop to advertise all volunteering opportunities across Watford and Three Rivers. 

Students welcome civic leaders to ‘broaden horizons’ and increase awareness of public service

20th January 2022

Students welcome civic leaders to ‘broaden horizons’ and increase awareness of public service

History and politics students at Rickmansworth School benefitted from the experience of local civic figures during a visit this week.

New dog bin will help clean up the town thanks to 11-year-old Daisy

20th January 2022

New dog bin will help clean up the town thanks to 11-year-old Daisy

Dog walkers have no excuse for leaving a mess on a Chorleywood street now that a brand new bin has been installed following a successful campaign by a…

New app to help residents make energy cost savings

14th January 2022

New app to help residents make energy cost savings

A NEW app has been launched to help Three Rivers residents make energy cost savings with simple tips and advice.

Growth grant makes all the difference for bespoke furniture manufacturer

13th January 2022

Growth grant makes all the difference for bespoke furniture manufacturer

Like so many businesses across the UK, Linea Luxe Furniture Limited was hit badly by the multiple lockdowns of 2020 and 2021. But thanks to a £5,000 Business…

Concerned about Coronavirus? Hertfordshire’s top doctors team up to provide Covid-19 advice

13th January 2022

Concerned about Coronavirus? Hertfordshire’s top doctors team up to provide Covid-19 advice

Hertfordshire’s lead GPs - Dr Prag Moodley and Dr Nicolas Small - have teamed up to provide answers for some common dilemmas facing people concerned…

Make getting your booster your New Year’s resolution

07th January 2022

The local NHS is urging everyone who hasn’t had their booster – or hasn’t started their Covid vaccinations yet – to make getting the jab their…

Covid: £1 billion in support for businesses most impacted by Omicron

21st December 2021

Covid: £1 billion in support for businesses most impacted by Omicron

The government has set out a £1bn fund to help businesses hit by the rise in Covid cases, including the leisure and hospitality sector.

Three Rivers amongst top three recycling authorities in England

21st December 2021

Three Rivers amongst top three recycling authorities in England

The recycling rate in Three Rivers district is amongst the highest in England according to the latest figures.

More cash to help Three Rivers businesses hit by the Covid pandemic

21st December 2021

More cash to help Three Rivers businesses hit by the Covid pandemic

Cash grants for local businesses have been doubled to £10,000 as part of a major programme from Three Rivers District Council to boost local businesses…

Cinderella at Watersmeet cancelled due to Covid outbreak

20th December 2021

Jordan Productions and Watersmeet are extremely sorry to announce that, due to a Covid outbreak among the cast, all future performances of Cinderella have…

Long-lost brothers reunited after 60 years thanks to council’s Green Homes Grant

16th December 2021

Long-lost brothers reunited after 60 years thanks to council’s Green Homes Grant

It was the joy of having a newly insulated home that led Leslie Clark to help promote Three Rivers District Council’s Green Homes Grant to other residents.…

NHS staff working hard to rise to new Covid-19 vaccination challenge

16th December 2021

NHS staff working hard to rise to new Covid-19 vaccination challenge

NHS staff in Hertfordshire have been working around the clock to administer vaccinations. 

Dog owner banned from owning her dog and fined

15th December 2021

Dog owner banned from owning her dog and fined

The owner of a dog which attacked and seriously injured two cats has been fined and banned from keeping the animal.  

Resident fined for dumping building waste on the pavement

15th December 2021

Resident fined for dumping building waste on the pavement

A fly tipper has been fined for dumping building waste on the pavement outside his flat in Abbots Langley.

New government measures to slow spread of Omicron

10th December 2021

New government measures to slow spread of Omicron

New Covid measures - the so-called Plan B - have been announced by the government to help slow the spread of the new Omicron variant. As part of this,…

Replanting of historic hedgerow turns back time and provides new wildlife habitat

06th December 2021

Replanting of historic hedgerow turns back time and provides new wildlife habitat

Historic hedgerows which date back hundreds of years are being restored in Three Rivers district several decades after they were torn out.

First in-person Youth Council held since start of pandemic

03rd December 2021

First in-person Youth Council held since start of pandemic

Young people came together for the first annual Youth Council to be hosted by Three Rivers District Council since the start of the pandemic. 

Be more eco-friendly and help refugees at toy sale

02nd December 2021

Be more eco-friendly and help refugees at toy sale

An opportunity to help the planet and those living on it by reusing old toys is coming to Rickmansworth Aquadrome this weekend.

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