30th Anniversary of Broxbourne Borough Council
(6th February 2004)
Broxbounre Council will celebrate its 30th anniversary in April this year. The occasion will be marked by a series of events agreed at the Policy and Resources Committee.
• A commemorative edition of the residents newsletter the “Borough News” will be produced in March 2004.
• The annual Waltham Cross back to the 70's day will incorporate the 30th anniversary theme. The popular town centre event will take place on Saturday 5th June.
• A 30th anniversary theme for this years Open Day which will take place on Saturday 3rd July.
• The civic awards will include a special 30 Year presentation for someone who has given exceptional services to the community over an extended period of time.
• Commemorative tree planting will occur in an as yet undecided part of the borough.
The Council is keen to help residents mark this anniversary in an appropriate fashion and suggestions for further commemorative events can be made via the Broxbourne helpline on 01992 785577.
During its 30 year history Broxbourne Council has sought to consistently deliver quality services whilst maintaining a low level of Council tax. The Council has been awarded numerous quality awards including a total of twenty Charter Marks for excellence in customer service. This is more than any other Hertfordshire authority, which places Broxbourne amongst the most recognised local authorities in the country. Council tax is currently the third lowest for shire districts in the country.
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