An estimated 1000 people attended the annual Remembrance Day Parade and Service held in Park Street on Sunday 12 November. The afternoon started with a parade of standards along Park Street by more than 400 young people from the local Cadet Forces, Guiding and Scouting Units, led by Harpenden Pipe Band. Revd Kylie Hodgins of […]
St Stephen Parish Remembrance Day Parade and Service will be held in Park Street on Sunday 12 November 2017 to give members of the local community the opportunity to pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice, not only in the First and Second World Wars, but also in more recent conflicts. The Service […]
This weekend August 11 till 13, the fairground at Greenwood Park will be open from 2.30pm – 9pm each day.
St Stephen Parish Council held a parade and celebration on Sunday 25 June as part of the national Armed Forces Day celebrations. Representatives from the local Cadet Forces and youth organisations were joined by Councillors, veterans and members of the public on the parade of standards through Bricket Wood to the Parish Centre, where Councillor […]
As part of St. Stephen Parish Council’s drive towards formulating a Neighbourhood Plan, a Community Survey recently conducted throughout the three villages in the Parish – Park Street, Chiswell Green and Bricket Wood – has generated a residents’ ‘Wish List’ covering areas such as Housing Development, Community Facilities, Transport, Environment and Business. Although the results […]
St Stephen Parish Council is once again inviting nominations for its Annual Community and Youth Community Awards to recognise the outstanding performance and dedication shown by individuals living and working in the local community. The Parish Council highly values people living and working in the local community and are calling for nominations of those who […]
Four new pieces of equipment at Greenwood Park consist of a large ‘Supanet’ with slide, climbing nets, coconut-rope walkway and hangout seating, a Triple Rope Trail for those not confident enough to use the ‘Supanet’ and the very popular Turning Bars.
If you didn’t have a chance to complete the Neighbourhood Plan Community Survey first time around there’s still time to do it online using the link below: http://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ParishNPlan The majority of the responses received to date have been from those in the over-55 age bracket and the Council would really like to hear […]
As part of the preparation of the St Stephen Neighbourhood Plan, it is important to consider the merits of making site allocations for development in order to address local needs over the next 15 years. The Parish Council are calling on local landowners who own land within the St Stephen Parish Area and may have […]
Hertfordshire County Council Access & Rights of Way are currently considering an application for a Modification Order to add the bridleway off RUPP20 onto the Definitive Map. A successful application would give the route protection from closure by the land owner. The track is just outside St Stephen Parish boundary and within Aldenham Parish and […]