Like much of the UK, the Stevenage, Hitchin, Letchworth and Baldock communities came together last night to applaud our carers, healthcare workers, nurses and doctors and everyone else battling the coronavirus outbreak.
Following the announcement of Hitchin’s inaugural Pride in July, the Comet team are proud to say we will be featuring a monthly diary from members of the LGBQT+ community – who will share their experiences with the wider world.
Commuters from Hitchin, Letchworth, Stevenage and beyond have been responding to the latest rise in rail fares, with many slamming their respective franchises for “unreliable” services and “unjustified” prices.
A Stevenage mum-of-three has said during Children’s Grief Awareness Week that her family “couldn’t have coped” with the loss of her husband without the help of Garden House Hospice Care’s child bereavement service.
The Letchworth Centre for Healthy Living hosted the North Herts Additional Needs Wellbeing Day on Monday, alongside two charities, to provide information about support available to families in the area.
A Letchworth mother and her teenage daughter who is battling cystic fibrosis have said they “cannot fully celebrate” the news that a deal has been agreed to make important medication available on the NHS – until a prescription has been written.