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Hatfield Town Council’s Annual Report 2024: Available Now

Mar 12, 2024 | Recent News | 0 comments

Our Annual Report for the 2023-24 year is now online to view on our website or to download to your devices.

In the past twelve months, we’ve embarked upon a huge variety of community events, charity initiatives, mental health awareness and green space campaigns, hosted countless functions with our halls for hire, hosted virtual races, proposed plans for the Birchwood Sports Project, collaborated with the University of Hertfordshire, and even won an award!

Read all about it now, by clicking here.

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