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Street parties planned for right royal knees-up across Three Rivers

19th May 2022

Street parties planned for right royal knees-up across Three Rivers

A right royal knees-up is planned at street parties across Three Rivers district next month as the nation celebrates the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Public consultation on Rickmansworth Aquadrome Management Plan 2022-2027

17th May 2022

Public consultation on Rickmansworth Aquadrome Management Plan 2022-2027

Residents are being urged to have their say on an ambitious new plan to make Rickmansworth Aquadrome an even better visitor experience while enhancing…

New Home Energy Support Service for Three Rivers residents to launch

17th May 2022

New Home Energy Support Service for Three Rivers residents to launch

A new helpline offering residents free independent advice and support on all aspects of home energy use is being launched in Three Rivers district.

VIDEO: Moor Park Mansion - a bridge into history

10th May 2022

VIDEO: Moor Park Mansion - a bridge into history

Today Moor Park Mansion is home to the golf club that shares its name. But in the midst of war in 1944 the building became the frenzied focus of military…

Woman handed five year Criminal Behaviour Order

05th May 2022

Woman handed five year Criminal Behaviour Order

An Abbots Langley woman has been given a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) after she continuously breached a Community Protection Notice which prevented her…

Help tackle loneliness and isolation across Three Rivers this spring

03rd May 2022

Help tackle loneliness and isolation across Three Rivers this spring

Residents of Three Rivers are being invited to support older people experiencing loneliness and isolation - and those affected by increasing fuel costs…

Fly-tipper prosecuted after dumping rubbish in Tesco car park

03rd May 2022

Fly-tipper prosecuted after dumping rubbish in Tesco car park

A fly-tipper has been prosecuted after a joint investigation by Three Rivers District Council and Buckinghamshire Council.

The methodical art of making democracy happen – meet Julie, the Election Specialist

29th April 2022

The methodical art of making democracy happen – meet Julie, the Election Specialist

In under a week polling station across the country will be opening their doors for the local elections. Ahead of the elections here in Three Rivers we…

Young artists asked to create something fit for a Queen to mark the Platinum Jubilee

28th April 2022

Young artists asked to create something fit for a Queen to mark the Platinum Jubilee

Children and young people across Three Rivers are being asked to create artwork on the theme of magical trees for the future – as part of a special competition…

Food waste is hot topic for schools as they mark Earth Day 2022

25th April 2022

Food waste is hot topic for schools as they mark Earth Day 2022

Schools in Croxley Green debated the environmental impact of food waste and how to reduce it as they celebrated Earth Day 2022. 

Finding a Slice of Happiness at South Oxhey event

25th April 2022

Finding a Slice of Happiness at South Oxhey event

Residents living in temporary accommodation in South Oxhey received some top tips on staying healthy and how to access support at an event organised by…

Free day passes for shared workplace in heart of Rickmansworth

25th April 2022

Free day passes for shared workplace in heart of Rickmansworth

Freelancers, start-up businesses, entrepreneurs and anyone else looking for an alternative to home working are invited to try Rickmansworth's local shared…

Have your say on local council services through residents’ survey

21st April 2022

Have your say on local council services through residents’ survey

Residents have an opportunity to shape the future of council services across Three Rivers district as a major survey of local opinion is launched.

My Green Story: Rosi Jordon from Rickmansworth

21st April 2022

My Green Story: Rosi Jordon from Rickmansworth

Across Three Rivers there are people making changes to their own lives in order to make a difference and help the fight against climate change. In a continuing…

County-wide scheme offers 15% off sustainable period products

15th April 2022

County-wide scheme offers 15% off sustainable period products

Hertfordshire Waste Partnership, along with Sustainable Hertfordshire, have launched a new scheme Herts Sustainable Periods offering 15% off reusable period…

Council offers fully funded FSB memberships to help support small businesses

06th April 2022

Council offers fully funded FSB memberships to help support small businesses

Small businesses across Three Rivers are set to receive a boost as the district council announces it is funding free membership of the Federation of Small…

Garden waste goes full circle and is given away as free compost

31st March 2022

Garden waste goes full circle and is given away as free compost

Garden waste collected from local homes has been turned into organic compost and is now being made available free for collection.

My Green Story: Annabel Foley from Rickmansworth

18th March 2022

My Green Story: Annabel Foley from Rickmansworth

Across Three Rivers there are people making changes to their own lives in order to make a difference and help the fight against climate change. In the…

Action plan to further benefit biodiversity is given go-ahead

18th March 2022

Action plan to further benefit biodiversity is given go-ahead

An action plan which will benefit the biodiversity of the district has received the green light from councillors this week.

Public consulted over new parking scheme

16th March 2022

Public consulted over new parking scheme

Views are being sought over a proposed scheme designed to improve parking for residents across the district.

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