Skip to content Skip to left sidebar Skip to footer

Council News

A statement following the death of His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh

As we learn of the sad news that HRH Prince Phillip has passed away the thoughts of the citizens of Aldenham Parish are with the Queen and other members of the Royal Family
An online book of remembrance has been opened to honour His Royal Highness if residents want to leave their own message which will be sent to the Royal Family after the funeral. This can be accessed using 

Cllrs E Samuelson and J Lefton

Statement on the Covid national day of reflection

A statement from Hertsmere Borough Council’s Managing Director, Sajida Bijle, on today, the Covid national day of reflection.
“Today marks one year since the country, and the borough, first went into lockdown. It is a solemn milestone, after what for many has been a difficult and challenging year.
“The Covid-19 pandemic has threatened our mental and physical health and wellbeing, it’s put businesses at risk, it’s had a huge impact on the education of our young people and it has cruelly taken people from their families and loved ones and ahead of their time.
“As is often the case during a time of great trials, this year has also brought out the best in people. I particularly want to thank all the volunteers who have given up their time to support others in our communities, whether by keeping an eye out for their neighbours, working at vaccination centres, helping with home deliveries or being a friendly ear when someone is feeling down.
“I also want to thank the council’s staff for their efforts to maintain essential services and help keep our communities safe during this unprecedented time.
“In memory of all those who have lost their lives, we are flying the council’s flag at half-mast today and will be observing the national minute’s silence at midday. In addition, we’re planning to work with our partners to create a suitable memorial space in the borough, one where residents can go to reflect on the impact of this terrible pandemic.
“As the vaccination programme continues, we can begin to look to the future with more hope and optimism than before. However it all depends on everyone continuing to play their part. Please keep following the rules; get vaccinated and do all you can to stay safe and ensure others stay safe.”


At its meeting of the 22nd  February 2021, Aldenham Parish Council were informed that no election had been called to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr Przemek De Skuba.

The Council will now fill this vacancy by co-option at its meeting on the 22nd  March 2021.

If you would like to be considered for this vacancy, please contact Peter Evans (Parish Council Manager) or send your CV by 2.30m on the 19th March 2021.

The contact details are:

Aldenham Parish Council

First Floor, The Radlett Centre

1 Aldenham Avenue



Tel: 01923 856433 or mobile 07833251115


Dated: 23rd  February 2021

Scrubbitts Wood – Steps at Gills Hill Entrance

Work to improve the safety of the steps will be undertaken the week commencing 15th March 2021. During this work, by contractors on behalf of Aldenham Parish Council, the Gills Hill entrance and relevant areas of the wood will be temporarily closed to ensure public safety.