Watford Pryzm’s resident DJ, Andy Gulch, is giving up his time to raise money for our exceptional NHS. NHS staff continue to save lives on a daily basis from the effects of Covid-19, despite all the risks to their personal health. The DJ is live streaming on Facebook, while people can make donations here, to support his initiative. 

“We all know what’s going on in the world right now and the risks our NHS staff are taking when just doing their jobs and we are grateful”; this is Andy’s way of giving something back and helping.

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Watford Pryzm’s resident DJ, Andy Gulch, is giving up his time to raise money for our exceptional NHS who despite all the risks, continue to save lives on a daily basis from the effects of Covid-19.

 

“We all know what’s going on in the world right now and the risks our NHS staff are taking when just doing their jobs and we are grateful”; this is Andy’s way of giving something back and helping.

 

Donations big or small are welcome – however, the event is totally free if you are on Facebook: the DJ will be live streaming on his Facebook page @djandygulch on Saturday 2nd May, from 8 pm till 10 pm.

 

Such initiatives make the difference, and Andy’s perfect example -of just an individual who puts effort to provide to the community and support the NHS during these testing times- should encourage us all to do our bit! We are all in this together, and together we’ll get through this!

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Welcome back to Watford town centre – shop local, stay safe

Watford town centre, and other retail areas across the town, are gearing up to welcome people back as non-essential shops and venues have started to re-open, with a range of measures in place to make sure they can shop safely and with confidence.

Shops and businesses are doing what is needed to keep their staff and customers safe. We are looking forward to welcoming people back to the High Street and other shopping areas across the town. Whilst they may look and feel a bit different, we are all looking forward to a return of some sort of normality, bringing vibrancy back to the town!

Watford businesses have done an amazing job to make sure they can open safely, while we all as individuals should do our part keeping a safe distance from others and washing or sanitising our hands regularly.