Join us Sat 16th April at WGC Library

On Saturday 16th April the Trust will be holding a drop in session at WGC Library from 10am - 3pm. We hope that you will come along to find out how our 'Where Do You Think We Played?' project is progressing - if you have any memories or memorabilia related to WGC clubs and societies that were operating between the 1920s-1970s please do bring them along!

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QEII exhibition at Mill Green Museum

Monday 5th October saw a lively morning at Mill Green Museum, when over 30 members of staff, patients and volunteers were invited to a special viewing of the exhibition 'The QEII Hospital... taking a look back'.

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Roche Talk on 29th September 2015

The story of Roche and its architecture with special reference to the sadly neglected building in Broadwater Road, WGC provided a fascinating evening for some 50 people on Tuesday 29th September 2015.

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13th May for Fourth Garden City Lecture

Booking is now open for the Fourth Garden City Lecture will be on Wed 13th May 2015 at 7.30pm in the Hawthorne Theatre, WGC. Dr Nick Falk whose URBED co-op were the winners of the Wolfson Economics Prize 2014 for proposals to build new Garden Cities, will be the speaker. The event is a joint promotion with the WGC Society.

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WW1 Exhibition

WGC Library will be hosting an exhibition in remembrance of 'Local Lives In The Great War' - the time and place before Welwyn Garden City was built.

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WGC Residents Survey

Agnieszka Supiya is a Quantity Surveying student at London South Bank University conducting research for her MSc dissertation regarding comparisons between garden cities and other towns in Hertfordshire. If you are a resident of WGC she would be very grateful for your assistance in obtaining some information about the town. She has kindly agreed to send the Trust a copy of her findings for our archive - so please do help if you can.

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Over 1000 visitors for 'WDYTWW?' Exhibition

Welwyn Garden City Heritage Trust displayed some of the material gathered during the ‘Where Do You Think We Worked?’ project in an exhibition, which ran from 17th - 23rd July. The show was held in the old Bookshop unit at the Howard Centre thanks to the support of the centre management.

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