Thank you for your interest but as the Centenary Celebrations have now come to a close, we are no longer operating a Newsletter.
However, maybe you would like to get involved with the following local organisations who also have an interest in the history and preservation of our beautiful town.
The Welwyn Garden City Society
Welwyn Garden City Heritage Trust
Bringing the Past into the Future
- Record and celebrate the role of Welwyn Garden City in the evolution of town planning worldwide.
- Gather, conserve, display and explain material about the town.
- Promote a sense of civic pride within the local community.
- Ensure high standards of planning, architecture, and estate management.
Since its formation in 2006 the Trust has:
- Undertaken 3 Heritage Lottery funded research projects into the history of the town.
- Obtained almost 700 digital recordings of resident’s memories of WGC.
- Held major exhibitions, published 4 books, is sole agent for a 5th
- Updated the film ‘A Brave Vision’ to DVD for sale to the public.
- Pioneered two Digital Trails tracing the history via walks using a smart phone.
- Undertaken guided tours for parties from as far afield as China.
- Worked closely with WGC Society where heritage is threatened.
We don’t have members. We do have supporters, both active and financial.
We want to set up a new project collecting memories for the 1970-2020 period with its social media explosion.
Come and join us!
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: Welwyn Garden City Heritage
Telephone: 0789 196 3469
Welwyn Garden City Horticultural Society
The Society is a friendly, welcoming club for all gardeners: young; old; expert and beginner. We aim to promote and encourage the skill, knowledge and art of gardening through a wide range of activities, mainly consisting of speaker meetings and garden visits.
We also try to provide help, information and advice to members through our newsletters, website and contact between members.
Meetings are held monthly between September and May. In the spring and summer, visits to gardens and nurseries are arranged for members.
For more details, and how to join, please see details on our website: www.wgchortsoc.org.uk