A former florist to the Queen has opened a salon where clients are treated like royalty
St Clare’s ninth shop offers customers ‘last chance to buy’ deals on clothing, furniture and collectibles, with most products for sale at half-price.
Young visitors can blow off some steam and let their imaginations run riot in the upgraded railway-themed play and picnic area.
Bishop's Stortford author Hina Belitz draws on her own experiences of living with a foot in two different cultures as inspiration for her second novel
Family show includes musical clowns, magic and illusion, motorbike madness and mischief and mayhem from Alex the Fireman in a heated big top.
Participants must be aged 15 and over, and entry is £12 for affiliated runners and £14 for non-affiliated runners who sign up before Monday March 30.
Sarah and Nathan to take the plunge in aid of Isabel Hospice bereavement service that helped them in the wake of Grandad Bill's death.
Eleanor Kent catches up with charity challenge hero Jamie McDonald ahead of his Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature appearance.
Former Leventhorpe and Phoenix Theatre student brings his acclaimed Edinburgh Festival Fringe show to Stortford for lunchtime performance.
Ben Smith, who completed 401 marathons in 401 days, is to launch the Mind East Regional Hub for Sport and Physical Activity.
The Harlow-based NHS trust is urging those looking for their next career move to join its team.
It is the second time 16-year-old former Hockerill Anglo-European College student Lewis Isaacs has made it to the last 10 in the national contest.
Proceeds from club's next Horn at the Half Moon session will go to Retune, whose founder Tom Ryder and chairman Greg Camburn will perform.
Hannah and Amber first women in airport’s fire and rescue service as part of first intake of Stansted’s new firefighter apprentice scheme.
The cadet scheme has 11 active groups in Herts – including one in Bishop's Stortford – whose leaders deliver a range of activities for teenagers.
A supper club for new and expectant mums to meet others who are entering motherhood is launching in Bishop's Stortford
Sophie Sinclair, who has coached parents including Harry Kane's wife through their pregnancies, is offering the ultimate bump-to-baby experience.
‘The Good, The Bad and The Epic’ by Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra will feature film score favourites including Superman, Psycho and The Simpsons.
Mocked-up American diner will be selling hot dogs, fries and shakes before all four performances, featuring 120-plus students.
The Making Place is holding special sessions for people to knit, crochet or sew joey pouches, koala mittens, bird and rodent nests and bat wraps.