Global civil society activity in Welwyn, UK
Welwyn is a village and civil parish in Hertfordshire, England. The parish also includes the villages of Digswell and Oaklands. It is sometimes called Old Welwyn to distinguish it from the much newer settlement of Welwyn Garden City, about a mile to the south, though some residents dislike the suggestion of inferiority or irrelevance that tends to be implied by the moniker "Old" and prefer Welwyn Village. When saying where they live, locals will often be asked, "Welwyn or Welwyn Garden City?", as the latter's title is often shortened to simply Welwyn. To avoid confusion, there were plans to change Welwyn’s name to ‘Welwyn Minster’ in 1990 but this met with local resistance and the idea was abandoned.
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Organizations based in Welwyn
European Pension Fund Investment Forum Est. 1994
Past Events in Welwyn
1950 ICCC : International Conference on Coordination Chemistry – International Conference on Coordination Chemistry
1950 Conference – International Conference on Coordination Chemistry
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