Local weather forecast - train arrivals/departures below

NORTH MYMMS WEATHER

Welcome to North Mymms News

News and information for the Hertfordshire parish of North Mymms. There is a comment box for your input beneath each item - you might need to disable ad blocker temporarily to reveal. You can sign up for news update notifications at the top left of any page.

Bulls Lane partially blocked by fly-tipping

Garden turf dumped east of Skimpans Bridge



A load of garden turf has been fly-tipped along Bulls Lane close to Welham Green, reducing the passable width of the road by half.

Drivers should take care because there is at least one concrete fence post buried under the pile of earth and grass.

Hardcore dumped in Gobions car park

Parking spaces restricted “for up to two weeks”


Image: Two large mounds of hardcore at the southern end of Gobions car park Image by North Mymms News released under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0
Two large mounds of hardcore at the southern end of Gobions car park
Image by North Mymms News released under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0

Two large mounds of rubble have been dumped in the car park at Gobions Open Space without permission.

According to North Mymms Parish Council (NMPC), which owns the land, the material was deposited by North Mymms Fishing Club who intend to use it to “replace the pathways around the fishing lake and renew the fishing lake swims”.

Welham Green community website closes

Yet another hack attack takes site down


Screen grab of WelhamGreen.org taken in August 2018  Grab courtesy of the Wayback Machine
Screen grab of WelhamGreen.org taken in August 2018
Grab courtesy of the Wayback Machine

A community website that has served Welham Green for almost six years has closed following the latest attack by hackers.

The independent site was created by Welham Green resident, photographer and historian Mike Allen. It launched on 1 July 2013.

According to the mission statement on the front page of the site, the project aimed “to make Welham Green a better place to live and work in”.