What's Happening in Broxbourne blog

Giant chair will be legacy

A 14ft wooden chair is being planned for Broxbourne to mark its role in this year’s Olympics.

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Dad campaigns to help others

Dad-of-two Ian Minty is on a campaign to help others after his life was turned upside-down by ME.

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Borough will light up

The borough of Broxbourne will be lit up to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

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Olympic venue will be first to open

The Lee Valley White Water Centre will be the first Olympic venue to open its doors to the public after the London 2012 Games.

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Matt wants others to live off £1

Residents are being encouraged to try living off £1 a day as part of a campaign to highlight the issue of poverty.

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The Olympics in Broxbourne

Residents can plan their spot for watching the Olympic Torch relay after details of its route through the Broxbourne borough were announced.

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Students celebrate diversity

Students celebrated cultures from around the world during a special Diversity week.

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Pupils think about rubbish

Schoolchildren were encouraged to think about what they threw away during a waste awareness week.

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Light festival was the best ever

Organisers of this winter’s festival of light say it was the most successful ever.

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‘A great job working with animals and children’

Working with animals and children has gone well for Angela Tew-Cragg, who is celebrating 20 years of doing just that.

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