Justice Bus is back for Borehamwood! A Hertfordshire Law Clinic has been set up by
the University of Hertfordshire and is organising satellite clinics to improve access to
justice for communities across Hertfordshire. The Law Clinic will offer FREE advice to
members of the public on a range of legal issues including family, employment, housing
and consumer. All advice is provided by solicitors, or trained law students working under
the supervision of qualified lawyers. Law Students will endeavour to offer signposting to
other organisations if for any reason the clinic cannot assist. The Justice Bus will be at
Borehamwood Foodbank on Thursday 26 January, 16 February, 16 March and
20 April from 10am – 12.30pm. If you would like to book an appointment to guarantee
you are seen at the satellite clinic please contact the Law Clinic on 01707 284115 or by
|Join us for Hertsmere’s Holocaust Memorial parade and ceremony|
|The Mayor of Hertsmere will be leading a candlelit parade and ceremony to mark Holocaust Memorial Day later this month and everyone is welcome to attend. |
The event will provide an opportunity to pause to remember the millions of people who have been murdered or whose lives have been changed beyond recognition during the Holocaust, Nazi Persecution and in subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.
The candlelit parade will be led by Mayor of Hertsmere, Councillor John Graham, and will take place on Thursday 26 January. The parade will travel from the Radlett Train Station car park at 6pm, along Watling Street to The Radlett Centre, where a ceremony will take place to include videos, speakers and musical performances.
The event is open for all to attend. If you would like to take part in the parade and/or the ceremony, please email firstname.lastname@example.org stating:
Allocation will be made on a first come, first served basis.
|Drop off your winter clothes Can you help keep our community warm this winter by donating your unwanted winter clothes? Perhaps you got a nice new coat for Christmas and no longer need the old one that’s still perfectly wearable. Maybe you’ve got an extra hat that never gets worn! We’re asking for donations of good quality winter/warm clothing only: jackets, coats, jumpers, hats, scarves, gloves. Nothing with rips or stains and no summer wear or shoes. Men, women and children’s clothing is welcome. |
Simply drop off your items at 96 Shenley Road between Monday 16 and Friday 20 January. We will sort it and run an event to make it available to those using Hertsmere’s Warm Spaces and other local organisations that are most in need. For any questions please email email@example.com
|Recycle your Cycle Friday 20th January 2023 12pm to 2pm Bushey Country Club, High Street, Bushey, WD23 1TT |
Did you get a new bike for Christmas? Maybe you’re having a clear out and have one lying unused in the garage or shed? What better way to start the new year than by donating something you no longer use knowing that it could end up as a useful gift for someone else! Recycle your Cycle is a charity that collect unwanted bikes, take them to HM prisons across the country where they are repaired by inmates. As part of this rehabilitation programme, jobs are created alongside training for future employment upon release. The refurbished bikes are then given to charities who sell them on to raise vital funding. So, bring along your bikes on Friday 20 January to the car park at Bushey Country Club (we’ll be down the end near the car wash) between 12pm and 2pm. Any bike will do, children’s or adults. And it doesn’t matter if it’s not in full working order, looks a little worse for wear or has parts missing. For any enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Customer Services on 020 8207 7480 Find out more about Recycle your Cycle