The HACRO Achievement Awards celebrated the significant achievement of some ex- offenders who have succeeded in turning their lives around and who have become law- abiding, contributing members of our community in a variety of roles. Over 150 people attended this inaugural event on 31st May 2017, which was held at The Council Chambers of Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council. The evening demonstrated some incredible stories of achievement and commitment by ex- offenders as well as
#TeamHerts Volunteering, on their first anniversary, held an awards celebration on 23rd May in Welwyn-Garden-City to celebrate and reward the achievements of volunteers and charities across the whole of Hertfordshire, and Will was delighted to be in attendance. The inaugural awards, presented by Will, honoured deserving winners across the Hertfordshire region, committed to making a difference. There were two categories, Most Flexible Volunteer Award and Best Volunteer Marketi
A huge thank you to everybody who joined us at St Albans Cathedral on Saturday evening to enjoy ‘A Night on Broadway’.
It was a concert that far exceeded our expectations and was truly fantastic.
The Cathedral had been transformed into a west end stage thanks to expert lighting and sound technicians which, when combined with the natural beauty and acoustics of the Cathedral, meant we were in for a real treat.
The London Musical Theatre Orchestra, led by Conductor and Fo
Please do join me and my family at The High Sheriff of Hertfordshire's Charity Concert - 'A Night on Broadway', being held at St Albans Cathedral on Saturday 13th May 2017. After sell out successes across London’s West End, the London Musical Theatre Orchestra will be performing all your favourite songs from the shows, including Mamma Mia, Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables and Wicked. This is a unique opportunity to see the only professional orchestra in the world that is
On Monday 24th April Will enjoyed a special visit to the British Schools Museum in Hitchin, witnessing some of the fantastic work that the museum’s volunteers regularly do. Will, and his wife Kate, were given a tour of the museum and met many of the volunteers who turned out in their numbers to welcome him. The volunteers put on a ‘Monitorial’ lesson in the grade II* Lancasterian schoolroom, a Victorian ‘rithmetic lesson in the galleried classroom, and even baked a cake for t