Two hundred roads across Hertfordshire will benefit from maintenance work between now and the end of March, with an extra £7.8 million being spent by the council.
A dedicated worker at a Barley care home has been rewarded for “reaching the highest of standards” and “achieving excellence” at an industry awards.
You may have noticed that Royston and surrounding villages getting rather Christmassy – and there’s plently more to come in the next week.
Residents at a Barley care home have been showing off their moves at a silent disco.
Staff and residents at care homes in Royston and Barley are over the moon to have been shortlisted for industry awards.
There’s been a new start in many ways for schoolchildren at Barley and Barkway.
Barley care home residents enjoyed a day at scenic St Paul’s Walden Bury as part of the Stepping Out with Carers initaitive.
Residents at a Barley care home were delighted to welcome a very special visitor.
There’s still time to view work by a Barley artist whose exhibition at The Hub in Melbourn continues until the end of the month.
A resident at a Barley care home has scored highly in a Great British Bake Off-style competition.
The firm which runs a quarry in Anstey is being investigated for breaching its licensing conditions – after claims there are more than triple the amount of daily lorry journeys to and from the site than permitted.
A man who was born in Barley has revealed his secret to long life, after celebrating his 100th birthday.
Dads and grandads of children who go to Barley and Barkway First Schools enjoyed a day in the classrooms this week as a special post-Father’s Day treat.
Permission for eight new homes to be built Barley has been granted by North Herts District Council.
Brown bins have been left uncollected in Royston and the surrounding North Herts villages for more than a week – causing residents to brand the situation “unbelievable”.