Participants completed five 45-minute online classes, burning an estimated 2,600 calories each, in the one-day fundraising workout.
Villager who turned 14 on the day war ended marks her 89th birthday at this year's VE Day celebrations.
Beverly Sowerby, nee Crocker, died four years after being diagnosed on her 55th birthday with stage four ovarian cancer.
Richard Whittington Primary pupils bounce their way to raising £1,000 for children's charity in 75th anniversary trampoline challenge.
Year 8 trio Annabel Westcott, Eve Evans and Emma Foden will undertake their challenge on Sunday to raise money for NHS Charities Together.
The teenage girls were found with two men in a vehicle which was stopped on the M11 near Harlow late on Saturday night.
Music from the 1940s to the present day helped villagers come 'together' to commemorate the milestone.
The village's windmill, which is lit blue every Thursday evening for Clap For Our Carers, carried messages for front-line staff.
The pandemic has had a devastating impact on the working farm and rescue centre, which closed to the public at the start of its busy spring season.
Workers at four care homes in Stansted and Bishop's Stortford were delighted to receive a delivery of Indian food from the Bombay Butler.
Henham resident Charlotte Philipps has set up a fresh fruit and veg and meat and fish shop to support villagers and food suppliers.
Sebastian and Benjamin Webb have organised the event for VE Day 75 and will be joined by 70 pupils from St Andrew's Primary School in Much Hadham.
Villagers are being encouraged to join 'stay at home' street parties and a live lockdown set with Stansted's James 'Deejay Goochy' Goodge.
The St Joseph's Catholic Primary pupil's father has been seconded from Bishop's Stortford fire station to work as a blue-light ambulance driver.
Stansted sparky Steve Hogg repairs intensive care nurse's home free of charge as a thank you to her and NHS staff
Pat and Jack Nash marked their platinum marriage milestone by sharing a bottle of Fortnum & Mason champagne with their Bishop's Stortford neighbours.
"At times like this, if I can put a smile on people's faces so that they forget about all this for a while, it's worth it," he said.
Hospice's 18 charity shops and eBay site closed and all fundraising events cancelled, so it has no option but to reach out to the community.
Professional dancer Grace Walker taught youngsters her own version of a Cats the Musical performance with a workshop to raise money for NHS workers.
Personal trainer Phil Carpenter has diversified during the coronavirus outbreak, creating an online fitness community that has grown to over 2,300.