Shrove Tuesday’s just a few weeks away – and the call’s gone out for would-be runners in Hitchin’s Pancake Races.
Letchworth and Baldock have been getting into the festive spirit despite the bitterly cold weather.
Rotarians have donated £3,000 raised by a half marathon to the Dyspraxia Foundation, a national charity based in Hitchin.
Baldock Rotary Club has conferred honorary membership on an associate whose service goes back more than half a century.
More than 240 primary school leavers in Letchworth have received free dictionaries donated by Rotarians.
Winners and runners-up in the Rotary Young Writers competition have received prizes for their work at Sandon JMI School.
The people of Stotfold are to benefit from a new defibrillator, donated by Baldock Rotary Club.
A junior doctor on a mission to improve healthcare in developing countries is taking a giant step towards realising his dream.
Letchworth-based Garden House Hospice Care is to benefit from £750 raised by a bridge tournament.
A 91-year-old retired teacher from Letchworth showed it is never too late to start something new when she raised almost £600 for charity with a sponsored walk.
Pupils who helped plant crocuses as part of the Rotary’s campaign to stamp out polio were happy to see their efforts pay off.
A cooking contest held at North Herts College in Hitchin for talented young chefs was a huge hit at the weekend.
Hitchin’s Pancake Day races saw crowds flocking to St Mary’s Churchyard to cheer on the competitors – can you spot yourself in our gallery?
Everyone in Hitchin had ‘flipping’ good fun during the town’s annual pancake day race held today.
Baldock Rotary Club has bestowed a prestigious award on garden centre owner Graham Tapp in recognition of his community work.
Wanted: young chefs to take part in the first Hitchin Junior Chef competition set to take place this month.