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Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier hated the cites of their time with an overwhelming passion. All three went on to become urban planning’s greatest visionaries. Only one of the three, however, motivated by the poverty and slum conditions suffered by so many in the late Victorian era , went on to write ‘Garden Cities of Tomorrow’, a book that became the most influential publication in the history of 20th century town planning. Welwyn Garden City is an outstanding demonstration of that vision and the reason why we need to celebrate it and protect its heritage.

Read more: Public Meeting

The Trust will be celebrating it's 10th birthday at the end of this year - to get things underway we will have a display stand at the Howard Centre in Howardsgate, WGC on Saturday 8th October 2016 between 10am - 4pm.

Read more: Howard Centre display - 8th October 2016

The Welwyn Garden City Heritage Trust has had many wonderful Guide & Brownie memories and photos donated to its archive. Now the current Rainbows, Brownies and Guides in Guessens District, WGC are closer to their dream of a new hut.

Read more: Guessens Guide Hut - Appeal For Votes Successful!

Please join us at the Healthfest in WGC town centre this Saturday between 11am - 3pm. The Trust will have a stand inside the Howard Centre in the main atrium by the down escalator. We hope that you will pay us a visit to catch up will forthcoming events and the latest information on the 'Where Do You Think We Played?' project.

Read more: Healthfest this Saturday 21st May

The Trust is taking part in the WGC HealthFest taking place on Saturday 21st May between 11am - 3pm outside the Howard Centre. This free event aims to help raise awareness of the many things that contribute to being healthy, keeping fit and feeling good!