Borehamwood Times /NEWS/
Updated: 16 min 25 sec ago
Leading politicians are supporting a national day of good deeds and a campaign run by the Times & Independent Series.
A dance class for the elderly held its last waltz yesterday afternoon after 30 years.
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Plans for 43 flats and houses could be approved subject to a financial agreement.
A choir has just seven days left until it performs live in front of an audience of millions.
A primary school hosted a special visitor for an African drumming workshop.
A Brownie pack planted poppies during an evening walk to mark Remembrance Day.
Members of an athletic club will find out next week if they will receive extra funding.
A charity has raised around £20,000 with a gift fayre and poker day.
A former mental health institution has been included in investigations into allegations of abuse by Jimmy Savile.
A firework display went off with a bang as hundreds turned out for the annual event.
A total of 251 poppies have been knitted for care home occupants to mark this year’s Remembrance Day.
Entries for this year’s Times & Independent Series Mitzvah Day competition came in thick and fast.
A depot for rubbish trucks and recycling vehicles could come to Borehamwood.
Cadets took to the air as they enjoyed team building skills and learned more about the RAF.
Two competitive elite athletes are back to training after a successful trip to David Pearson, of Strawberry Crescent in St Albans, and Chris Furguson, of Battlers Green in Radlett, have returned to the UK after taking part in the World Obstacle Course Racing Championships in Ohio, US, last month.
A hospice is calling on it supporters to get dressed up for a night of glamour at its Christmas party.
Remember, remember the fifth of November ... today is known as Guy Fawkes Night, Bonfire Night and Fireworks Night.
People can have their say about plans for up to 88 new flats in the town centre.
Most people associate skateboarding with teenagers, so it came as quite a surprise when Aldenham School's chaplain took up the recreational sport.