In 2016 Bragbury End Residents’ Association approached Stevenage Borough Council and said there was a strip of land which they would like to take over to create a community garden. The council had no other plans for the strip and were pleased to have the residents offer to take care of it.
The council is investing to improve play areas for children and young people in Stevenage. Earlier this year it opened six new play areas designed with the help of local children. Work starts on two more in Pin Green in July.
The Friends of Hampson Park group have been working with Stevenage Borough Council to help improve their popular local park. They have applied for funding to help buy new play equipment in partnership with the council, such as the outdoor gym and skate park.
Three trade unions have said schools in Stevenage and North Herts will get a boost in funding if the Labour Party gets into power after today’s General Election, while a Conservative or Liberal Democrat victory would mean funding cuts in real terms.
Three Stevenage General Election candidates united in their condemnation of Conservative policies on the regeneration of Stevenage town centre, austerity and attending election hustings at a question time event at the Comet offices in Stevenage last night.
A couple who tragically lost identical twin sons after they developed a rare condition in the womb have bravely completed a charity running challenge this week to raise money to help prevent others suffering in the same way.