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Local residents object to Chancellor’s expansion plans

57 neighbours submit comments


Chancellor's School, Brookmans Park showing area to be developed Image copyright North Mymms News, released under Creative Commons
Chancellor’s School, Brookmans Park showing area proposed for development
Image copyright North Mymms News, released under Creative Commons

A total of 64 comments have been received by Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council in response to the resubmitted planning application from Chancellor’s School for new sports facilities and classrooms.

Of those 53 were from residents living in Pine Grove who were mainly concerned about traffic issues.

The local green belt society, parish council, and the Campaign for Rural England have all objected to the school's plans.

Old painting reveals former North Mymms dwellings

Local history archive sheds light on forgotten cottages


Oil Painting 9” x 6”  Label on back reads “Folly Lane” Potters Bar from M.C.A. Dec.25 1909 Image from the Peter Miller Collection
Oil Painting 9” x 6” 
Label on back reads “Folly Lane” Potters Bar from M.C.A. Dec.25 1909
Image from the Peter Miller Collection

An antique oil painting discovered by an archivist on the North Mymms History Project (NMHP) has helped identify the site of a pair of cottages that once stood along Hawkshead Lane, North Mymms (once known as Folly Lane).

Quiz night in aid of Isabel Hospice

Bottle of wine for each member of winning team


North Mymms Memorial Hall, Station Road, Welham Green
North Mymms Memorial Hall, Station Road, Welham Green

The North Mymms Memorial Hall is staging another of its popular quiz evenings on Saturday 30 March. Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. The cost is £12.50 a head which includes light refreshments. Participants are invited to bring their own beer, wine, and glasses.