HCF events and training courses postponed

In light of the recent developments surrounding coronavirus (Covid_19) and following the advice being issued in relation to minimising unnecessary travel and social contact, we have taken the decision to postpone HCF's upcoming training courses, our Hertfordshire Matters launch event and the fundraising dinner which was due to take place at the Warner Brother Studios on 30 April.

We do hope to run our Hertfordshire Matters launch event later in the year when the risk has subsided. We have also rescheduled our fundraising dinner at Warner Brother studios and it will now take place on 17 September.

Further information on when our training courses will resume will be published both on our website and via our email bulletins.

We thank everyone for their support and understanding.

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