Plot 31 Bulbs Bloom at the Trust Halls

In February, the Plot 31 Community Garden were kind enough to donate and plant bulbs outside the Harpenden Trust Halls in Southdown. They have now bloomed and look lovely!  

The Plot 31 Community Garden project began in 2019 when a team of volunteers established a Community Garden in Batford for which the Harpenden Trust Community Fund were pleased to provide financial support for the purchase of equipment and preparation of the garden.  

It has greatly benefitted the local community and Plot 31 have now joined forces with the local Macmillan charity fund raising committee to grow and then dry flowers to be sold in aid of Macmillan.  

We hope the flowers will be as successful as our daffodils!! 

Plot 31 April 2

14 April 2021

In Other News

Mental Health Awareness Week: The Trust's New Initiative

14 May 2021
This week is mental health awareness week. We would like to take the opportunity to introduce our involvement in a new initiative; the Harpenden Wellbeing Hub - supporting better mental health in our town. 

Harpenden Trust now on LinkedIn

12 May 2021
The Harpenden Trust is pleased to announce the launch of a LinkedIn company page to share updates and activity from across the Trust. 

Harpenden Wellbeing Hub: Survey

07 May 2021
Harpenden Health PCN, made up of the three GP practices serving Harpenden and its surrounding villages, is looking to develop a wellbeing service for local residents, in association with the Harpenden Trust and MIND. Our aim is to support those individuals who are concerned about their wellbeing at an early stage, before they become in need of secondary care outpatient or hospital services. We recognise that there are already a variety of organisations in our area that individuals can approach for…

Formal Opening of New Canopy at High Beeches School

25 April 2021
The Harpenden Trust Community Fund supported a project at High Beeches School, to improve the shade in the playground by building canopies for the rear of the classrooms.