This was another subsidiary of the Welwyn Garden City Ltd company. Their new building housed a modern steam laundry and was so successful that it attracted business from a wide area of Hertfordshire. As well as individual clients it also served hospitals, schools, factories and hostels. Several of the Trust's oral history donors remember the company. Gladys A recalled that "when I was a Guide we did a Laundry Woman's badge and, of course, who was going to test us with our washing and ironing and so on but somebody from the local laundry? We went to the laundry and that was where we were tested". Phyllis H's brother worked there - "his first job when we first moved here was at the laundry and he was only 15 and he was short, like me, and that’s where he learnt to drive. The man took him out round all the villages collecting the laundry and then he said to him “Now it’s your turn to have a go”. I don’t think he ever did have a (driving) licence!"