Latest News

Play Area Open

The council has opened the Birch Green play area and installed two new climbing apparatus.

Users are reminded to observe all Covid-19 restrictions:

  • Follow the current social distance guidelines and encourage your children to do the same.
  • If the playground is busy, consider coming back art a later time. Talk to your children about this before visiting.
  • Wash your and your children’s hands before and after visiting. Take hand sanitiser with you and consider taking a bottle of water to wash children’s hands.
  • Follow and adhere to all current government advice in addition to the above guidance.
New climbing apparatus

New climbing apparatus

Casual Vacancy

Hertingfordbury Parish Council has a vacancy to be filled by co-option. Anyone who would like to be considered for co-option should contact the clerk. The vacancy is open to anyone with a valid connection to the parish (through residency, land ownership or  employment).

St Mary’s Church Newsletter

The St Mary’s Church Newsletter is available now as an online version only: https://www.hertingfordburystmary.org/magazine

Hertingfordbury and the Five Greens

Hertingfordbury Parish is local government area south of Hertford. Strangely, Hertingfordbury village does not lie within the civil parish, but is within the local government area of Hertford Town Council.

Within the area there are a number of other small villages locally known as “the five greens“. These are:

  • Birch Green
  • Cole Green
  • East End Green
  • Letty Green
  • Staines Green

This website provides a voice for the whole local community and is managed by Hertingfordbury Parish Council.