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Author: Monika Duong

Summertime events – Radlett

APC are delighted to inform you that after the disappointment of not being able to hold any summer activities in the school holidays last year, we have been able to join forces with Inspire All, to bring two morning activity sessions to the Phillimore Recreation Ground. These will take place on Monday 16th August (10.30am-12.30pm) and Monday 23rd August (10.30am-1.30pm) .
This year we are asking you to please book your children’s places in advance, which will be on a first come, first served basis via Inspire All or 01442 454 000 Bookings open now !
For further details , please see the flyer
We look forward to welcoming your children for a fun packed morning of entertainment.



Phillimore Recreation Ground,

Radlett, WD7 8AL


Monday 16th August 10.30am-12.30pm

 Circus Skills-Magic Show and more


A Special Hunter Agent Experience


Monday 23rd August 10.30am-1.30pm

Fun in the Park

Free inflatables and games

courtesy of

Hertsmere Family Centres & The Emergency Services

with special guests – British Cycling

Both days will be managed by Inspire All.

Further details regarding how to book will follow soon.


Joint-Chairs of Aldenham Parish Council re-elected

At the Annual Meeting of the Council on Monday 24th March, Cllr. J Lefton and Cllr. E Samuelson were duly re-elected as Joint-Chairs of Aldenham Parish Council.  They look forward to working together over the next year in order to serve the community in the best way possible.

Hertmere Borough Council – New Mayor welcomed

The mayoral chains have been passed on to Councillor Anne Swerling as she took over from Cllr Alan Plancey in the prestigious role of Mayor of Hertsmere for the next year.
She was inaugurated at the annual council meeting last night (Wednesday 19 May), when the new Deputy Mayor, Cllr John Graham, was also welcomed.
If you would like to invite the Mayor to attend one of your events, please contact the Mayor’s Secretary on 020 8207 7477 or email

Hertsmere’s heroes recognised – one year on

Hertsmere’s heroes recognised – one year on Hertsmere’s unsung heroes have been recognised for their efforts and long-standing service – a year later than originally planned.

Hertsmere’s former Mayor, Councillor Rabbi Alan Plancey, was finally able to present eight Civic Awards 2019-20 to members of the public at a small, Covid-safe ceremony held in the Civic Offices yesterday (Wednesday 19 May). The ceremony was due to take place at Elstree Studios in April last year but had been cancelled due to the pandemic.

Among the people recognised for their tireless work and dedication to the community were Nicky Beaton, a Shenley parish councillor who spearheaded the Shenley Neighbourhood Plan which was approved in a referendum last week; Stephen Pearson, a volunteer and boxing coach at Brookside Boys Club; Simon Pyzer, district secretary for Hertsmere scouting and Lynette Sullivan, chair and founder member of the Christmas in Potters Bar group. A Civic Award was also presented to Visakha dasi, President of the Krishna Temple at Bhaktivedanta Manor, on behalf of former president Sruti Dharma das, who sadly passed away before he could receive the award.

Tracey Hanson, the mother of Josh Hanson, who was murdered in an unprovoked knife attack, was presented with the Dave Rankin Award for community safety. Through her charity, The Josh Hanson Trust, Tracey works to support and encourage self-expression and creativity among children and young people. She also works with the borough council’s community safety team to deliver workshops on knife crime at local schools.

In addition, Camp Unity, a Borehamwood-based organisation that provides opportunities for children and their families to meet people from other cultures and communities, also received a Civic Award. Camp Unity’s summer camping experience for youngsters aged six to 11 is returning this year from Sunday 15 August until Friday 20 August. To learn more or book your child’s place email

While, Hertsmere Volunteer Police Cadets, which helps youngsters learn and develop interests in policing and other community activities. was presented with a Youth Award for its work fundraising for a defibrilator. 

Nominations for the awards were invited in January 2020 and the winners were selected by a panel of judges.

Each award winner’s story has been captured in a short film clip, shot and edited by Pink Soul Pictures Ltd and available to view on Hertsmere’s website.

Radlett Neighbourhood Plan Referendum Result – PRESS RELEASE

The Radlett Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group would like to thank all the residents who have voted in the Referendum to adopt the Radlett Plan. There were 2,842 votes cast of which 2,127 were ‘Yes’ votes.

It now means that, through the Plan’s policies, the voices of Radlett residents will be strengthened in all planning matters, which will help to retain and enhance the verdant character of the area.

The Radlett Plan has been a lot of hard work. It could not have happened without the many local residents who gave up their time to attend consultation events, sit on working parties or give important feed-back to the Steering Group.

During this difficult year for so many, it has been evident just how important our footpaths, cycle lanes and Green Belt are in helping to make Radlett such a special place to live.

The Radlett Plan will be an important document going forward to try and encourage a good mix of housing stock, so that first time buyers can come and enjoy all that Radlett has to offer and those wishing to downsize can stay living in the place that they love.

The Radlett Plan was produced by residents for all residents, no matter what their background or political allegiance. If you did not vote in favour, we hope that in time you can reap the benefit of the Plan.

Finally, the Steering Group would like to thank the Radlett Society & Green Belt Association, Aldenham Parish Council, Hertsmere Borough Council and the Radlett Plan’s Consultant for all the support they have given over so many years.

Now, the hard work begins to ensure that the policies in the Radlett Plan are implemented and the objectives within it are met in an appropriate way.

Democracy is alive and kicking and the residents of Radlett have spoken.

Thank you for doing so.