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9:12am Monday 22nd July 2013
On Friday 5th July, 53 participants from five local youth groups spent the night outside, in the grounds of Watford Grammar School for Boys, to take part in Watford New Hope Trust’s annual Summer Sleepout.
1:11pm Friday 28th June 2013
3:31pm Friday 7th June 2013
10:39am Tuesday 28th May 2013
This year, local company Affinity Water (formerly Veolia) will celebrate a 30 year partnership with global charity WaterAid. The Ricky Road Run, which is operated by Affinity, is WaterAid’s oldest event and, in its 30th year, a Watford-based charity will also enjoy an involvement with the event.
10:28am Tuesday 28th May 2013
Local charity Watford New Hope Trust (WNHT) has this month welcomed its new CEO, Matthew Heasman. Mr Heasman replaces Mike Smith, who retired last month after leading the charity for almost six years. Mr Heasman joins WNHT from the education sector, where he has served for more than 20 years.
10:19am Tuesday 28th May 2013
At 10.30am on Saturday 1st June, Watford will see the launch of its first dedicated second-hand electrical store. The HopeWorks shop, located at 87 Queens Road, Watford, is part of an initiative by local charity Watford New Hope Trust (WNHT).
12:00am Thursday 25th April 2013
12:46pm Monday 22nd April 2013
12:10pm Monday 22nd April 2013
10:30am Thursday 28th March 2013
During the awards ceremony on Thursday 21st March, the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, Arabella Stuart-Smith, gave a personal award to Polly Odburt, who has voluntarily managed Watford New Hope Trust’s (WNHT) Watford charity shop for 20 years.
4:09pm Tuesday 26th March 2013
A new book by Dr Yordan Kalev Zhekov, Housing Management Supervisor at Watford New Hope Trust, was published in February and is now available to buy. The book evidences the relationship between conscience, addiction, spirituality and recovery.
12:47pm Tuesday 19th March 2013
11:28am Wednesday 7th September 2011
On Monday 5th September, Watford New Hope Trust was visited by the High Sheriff, Lord Charles Cecil, and his wife Virginia. Mike Smith, CEO of WNHT, gave Lord Charles and Lady Virginia a tour of the Trust’s services and introduced them to clients and staff at the the various hostels and support services.
7:30pm Tuesday 28th April 2009
Your Say Your Watford
Dorothy sympathises with those who will have to pay the extra £2 per day to park. Will that sympathy turn into action, or is it just sympathy? I'm sure all the people who work there and have to stump up the extra cash - £480 per year - will be thankful of her sympathy. There must be a better way. When will the council stop persecuting the motorists of Watford? − Phil Cox (UKIP)Watford Borough Council approve multi-million pound revamp plan for 'under-achieving' Watford Business Park »
This makes no sense at all. So, all they are doing is pushing the cost of the re-development to the hard working employees of the companies who have the misfortune of being located there. − Watford 72Watford Borough Council approve multi-million pound revamp plan for 'under-achieving' Watford Business Park »