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Easter Opening Hours

Apr 4, 2023 | Recent News | 0 comments

Please note that the Hatfield Town Council offices will be closed over the Easter weekend.
For any enquiries during this period, please leave us an email at enquiries@hatfield-herts.gov.uk and we’ll get back to you when we reopen on Tuesday 11th April!

Hatfield Town Council Easter Opening Hours

Friday 7th April – Closed
Saturday 8th April – Closed
Sunday 9th April – Closed
Monday 10th April – Closed

Our offices will be reopening on Tuesday 11th April

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