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WGC Womens Club members meeting at the Barn Theatre

The Trust was recently invited to give a talk about its activities to the Welwyn Garden City Womens Club, one of the oldest organisations in the town.

Hong Kong visitors

Anyone in and around WGC town centre on Thursday 13th June may well have bumped into our latest visitors from overseas.

Placemaking flyer p1


'Placemaking: From Garden Cities to New Towns' was a free workshop and networking event that took place on Saturday 1st June at the University of Hertfordshire's Fielder Centre.

Barcley Corsets employees share their memories

Eight employees from Barcley Corsets got together on Friday 28th September 2012 to share their memories.


Pat, Vera, Doreen, Merle, Brenda, Iris, Emily and Winifred were kind enough to allow the Trust

Garden City Lecture speakers

Following our very successful lecture "Garden Cities - Back to the Future" speakers Patrick Clarke and Kate Henderson have very kindly made their slide shows available.

The Campus & the White Bridge

Booking for the Second Garden City Lecture has opened. The date for your diary is Wednesday 12th June 2013.

Britain from Above, the Welwyn Garden Heritage Trust and Welwyn Garden City Library present:



Cars parked both sides of road - Parkway, November 1954

A fascinating exhibition of historic photographs of Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield is now on at the New Maynard Gallery in Campus West, Welwyn Garden City.

The speakers and audienceThe Welwyn Garden Heritage Trust and the WGC Society hosted a talk on Garden Cities - 'Back To The Future' which took place in the Campus West Council Chambers on May 30th.

Parkway housing


The Welwyn Garden Heritage Trust and the Welwyn Garden City Society have arranged a talk on Garden Cities - 'Back To The Future'.

Wheel-barrowing kit bags to the stationThe Where Do You Think You Live? Project is funded until the end of August 2011. There has been a wealth of material donated to the Trust's archive and much more is expected to be added!