Bus Route restored,
Good news for those wanting to travel to St. Albans on a Wednesday It’s the 230 bus every Wednesday from WGC to St Albans, passing through Welham Green and going around Huggins Lane. But remember “use it or lose it”. Thanks to Daphne Dean for the info.
Click here for the details 230-a-26-03-17
Fancy being a Parish Councillor?
Click here for e details .
If you belong to an organisation that could benefit from a good number of paper back books then the Welham Community Book Swap could help, after currently sorting their supply of books they have an excess that they are willing to donate to a good cause, contact Mike Allen 01707 268553.
Its been a long time (!) out of action, its now repaired and reinstated with illumination at night and is just part of a lot of changes and improvements to the North Mymms Memorial Hall. Photo shows a happy repairer after the install, now where did that ladder go?
North Mymms Horticultural Society Spring Show
Congratulations to the society on their new web site click here and they have a very good newsletter for members , well worth joining
Thanks to Dave Warren for the photos.
Isabel Quiz Night held at North Mymms Memorial Hall
raises £1700, fantastic efforts by the team who ran it.
Mum and Tots group, 26th April Memorial Hall.
Do you remember Dennis Spicer the magician?
He’s buried in St, Mary’s new burial ground , thanks to Peter Miller. Click here. Dennis Spicer buried in North Mymms
New April/May St. Mary’s Keeping in touch
New revised web site for North Mymms Green Belt Society
Well done to the society for all their efforts in helping to maintain the Green Belt. Click here.
St. Mary’s School PTA BINGO
27th April 6.30 all welcome click here for details.bingo poster pdf
May Day Celebrations 29th April
Brookmans Park Village Day 17th June.
Well done North Mymms Youth Project for clean streets.
Around 80 members, parents and other family members took part in the Youth Project’s annual litter pick last weekend. They cleared several areas in Welham Green and Brookmans Park of litter including Dixons Hill Road, Youth and Community Centre, footpaths in Welham Green, Parsonage Road, Parsonage Lane, Somers Road, Tollgate Road, War Memorial, BP Tennis Club car park, Golf Course Road, Bradmore Way, Peplins Way, BP Station, Bradmore Green, Bradmore Lane, Station Road and various other footpaths around the local area.
They collected around 40 bags of litter, a tent, carpets, tyres and lots more!
Welham Green Community Book Swap 1000th visitor!
Sorry I said 100th, thanks to Lynda Potter for pointing this out!
Click here Maxine
Welham Green Community book Swap
The community book swap has become a very useful feature of the life of Welham Green
The book swap is now every Wednesday and 1st Saturday of the month good books, tea, coffee, cake and a chat, click here for details book-swap-brochure-final.pdf
North Mymms is a special place.
We are blessed with two charities that are able to help people, one was founded in the 1400’s and whilst it doesn’t give out bread any more it helps a number of deserving local people, the other founded from the sale of land given by the Burns family of North Mymms Park helps local people in other ways, full details can be found on our new charities page.
Into Local History, or are you part of it?
The Brookmans Park Newsletter site now in conjunction with the Welham Green site are working to get more local history out there, have a look by clicking this link
North Mymms Notes & Images of North Mymms
A new series of North Mymms Notes are being added to the site subjects vary but all of local interest and a series of photos taken by George Knott around the 1900’s , click here
Can you add to this series let me Mike Allen know, click here
Welcome to the web site of Welham Green,
a village in the Parish of North Mymms, we nestle with our sister village, Brookmans Park between Hatfield to the North & Potters Bar to the South, a train from Welham Green train station gets you to the heart of the city in less than 40 minutes and we have easy access to the M25, A1M & M1 motorways, we have a full parade of 15 shops, local school, 2 under 5 Nurseries, 2 churches and lots going on and still we are very much in the beautiful Hertfordshire Country Side. We have 10 English Heritage listed buildings in Welham Green and about 35 if we include our catchment area, North Mymms gets a mention in the Doomsday Book when it was known as Mimmine held by the Bishop of Chester and we hold claim to the first Hydrogen filled Balloon Landing in England in 1784 by Mr Vincenzo Lunardi who had to land to let out his cat, he found the locals most welcoming and we are confident that you will find us still a welcoming bunch today and as an aside we also are claimed to be the largest industrialised village in Hertfordshire if not England, so good for local employment.The area covered is of around 1500 dwellings with approx. 3500 people and if you vote in our Memorial Hall then you are covered by this site, so included are parts of Bell Bar, Marshmoor, North Mymms Church & Park, parts of Roestock and Water End. Take a few minutes to look around, for more information on any event click on the list then click on the event heading to display more details. If you want to leave comments or have anything to add or amend please use the contact us page. NB. all photos supplied to us for use on this site are assumed to be with the relevant permissions, please contact us if you require clarification