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Lest We Forget



Lest We Forget

As part of this year’s events marking 100 years since the guns fell silent at the end of World War 1, St Stephen Parish Council has installed a life-size Tommy at Greenwood Park in the build-up to the Battle’s Over event which is being held on 11 November from 5.00 to 7.00pm. The Parish Council’s […]

Morrisons Local Foodmakers Event, Thursday 13/9/18



Morrisons Local Foodmakers Event, Thursday 13/9/18

Morrisons are holding an exciting event at Greenwood Park Community Centre on Thursday 13 September, 10.30am – 4.00pm, when you will have the opportunity to meet local foodmakers and taste their produce. The event is part of Morrisons search to find the Nations Local Foodmakers who can provide products that are grown or made ‘just down […]

Neighbourhood Plan – Public Exhibition 7 June



Neighbourhood Plan – Public Exhibition 7 June

As the St Stephen Neighbourhood Plan grows nearer to fruition, the Parish will be holding a Public Exhibition at Greenwood Park Community Centre on Thursday 7 June to update residents on the Plan’s progress. The Exhibition is a ‘Drop-In’ event and will be held during the evening, between 7.00 and 9.00 pm, to allow working […]

Parish Bluebell Walk – Sunday 29 April



Parish Bluebell Walk – Sunday 29 April

Join Councillor John Bell for a guided walk exploring some of the lesser known paths around Bricket Wood Common and through Jack Williams Wood to enjoy the outstanding display of bluebells to be found in the Parish. The circular walk will start from the Parish Centre at 10.30am, returning at around 1.00pm. Everyone is welcome […]

Remembrance Day Parade and Service in Park Street



Remembrance Day Parade and Service in Park Street

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 […]