Participants can walk, run, cycle or complete a mile in any other way over two weeks in aid of air ambulance and Sawbo Scouts.
15-year-old Herts and Essex High School student 'Jen Zead' is on a mission to show other eco-minded youngsters how they can help fix the planet.
Samaira won a British Antarctic Survey stamp design contest while young Aydin's drawing features in book about Captain Sir Tom Moore.
When the Covid crisis afforded Perry Green solicitor Elaine Walsh a load of free time, she used it to finish off her first romantic novel.
Town councillors have suggested potential street names for Taylor Wimpey's 140-home development in Sawbridgeworth.
An overall 4.39% rise in council tax bills from April has been confirmed for people living in Sawbridgeworth.
The family-run attraction near Hatfield Broad Oak was crowned best 'pick your own' in the Farm Retail Awards.
Stortford-raised actress, comedian and writer has released a book centred on her own satire which pokes fun at the UK's political elite.
Stortford's resident comic Paddy Lennox to host live-streamed gig with Stephen Grant, Allyson June Smith and Troy Hawke.
A former Sawbridgeworth resident is to appear on Channel 4 TV’s Four in a Bed.
The victims, who live on the Havers estate, stayed in a hotel for a month while their fire-damaged living room was repaired.
Two boys were given goody bags filled with Christmas presents in celebration of their efforts in designing Sawbridgeworth’s 2021 festive badge.
Gang of hooded, masked men in BMW seen stealing catalytic converter from Mazda MX-5 in Apton Road area.
Kate Johnson short-listed in Jackie Collins romantic thriller category in online Romantic Novel Awards for her book Death Comes To Cornwall.
Members of the community who have fallen on hard times during pandemic are being supported by Sawbridgeworth Evangelical Congregational Church.
Mark Edwards is capturing familiar yet unsettling local landscapes to illustrate the alien atmosphere the coronavirus crisis has spawned.
Zoom in for some comic relief on Saturday (Mar 6) as Simon Brodkin and Ria Lina are also on the bill – and tickets are just £10.
An opportunist who stole scratchcards and tobacco from unmanned tills at WHSmith is being treated as a burglar by police.
An intruder used a ladder to climb in through an open window 30ft off the ground while his victims were downstairs.
Man suffers cut to hand as duo – one white, one black – wrestle him to the ground then take his phone, cash and bank cards.