Summer 2021 Harpenden Trust Newsletter

The Harpenden Trust is delighted to publish its Summer 2021 Newsletter for all to read, and to share with family and friends. 

The Newsletter covers the breadth of the activities carried out by the Trust and shows what we have been up to. It highlights our fantastic achievements over the past year, the many benefits to the Harpenden community and the essential role of all our volunteers in all we do. We hope you enjoy reading it. 

To download a pdf version of the Newsletter click here.

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25 June 2021

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