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Doctor who 'faced death' with Covid supports hospice that cares for his terminally ill patients

22 April 2021
Doctor who 'faced death' with Covid supports hospice that cares for his terminally ill patients

Doctor who 'faced death' with Covid supports hospice that cares for his terminally ill patients

22 April 2021

Consultant from Takeley shaves head for St Clare on anniversary of falling ill with virus – and runs 10k on anniversary of discharge from hospital.


Couple's mountain bikes stolen while they shop in Aldi

20 April 2021
Couple's mountain bikes stolen while they shop in Aldi

Couple's mountain bikes stolen while they shop in Aldi

20 April 2021

Three separate incidents involving the thefts of four bikes in Bishop's Stortford in six days were reported to police.


Range Rover and Mercedes stolen in spate of vehicle crime in Stortford

19 April 2021
Range Rover and Mercedes stolen in spate of vehicle crime in Stortford

Range Rover and Mercedes stolen in spate of vehicle crime in Stortford

19 April 2021

Black Range Rover Vogue worth £32,000 with victim’s £500 wallet and bank cards inside was taken from a driveway on Stortford Fields.


Hunt is on for land to realise £1m almshouse scheme

16 April 2021
Hunt is on for land to realise £1m almshouse scheme

Hunt is on for land to realise £1m almshouse scheme

16 April 2021

Stansted Parish Council is keen to hear from anyone willing to gift land to the parish for almshouses, providing much-need homes for the elderly


Plea to save hot meals service for elderly

16 April 2021
Plea to save hot meals service for elderly

Plea to save hot meals service for elderly

16 April 2021

Uttlesford District Council scraps its hot meals for the elderly as it looks to re-distribute funding to provide a broader service


Villagers create magical fairy tour for children

15 April 2021
Villagers create magical fairy tour for children

Villagers create magical fairy tour for children

15 April 2021

Villager Hannah Kidman inspired Hatfield Broad Oak residents to create miniature fairy homes for children to discover.


Police get closure orders for Stortford homes in mass drugs raid

13 April 2021
Police get closure orders for Stortford homes in mass drugs raid

Police get closure orders for Stortford homes in mass drugs raid

13 April 2021

Magistrates grant "unprecedented" five closure orders for properties following biggest police drugs raid in town's history.


Pen pal friendships flourish between home and pupils

10 April 2021
Pen pal friendships flourish between home and pupils

Pen pal friendships flourish between home and pupils

10 April 2021

Key Stage Two pupils at Birchanger CofE Primary began writing to residents of Mountfitchet House Care Home in Stansted earlier this year.


Public to be able to visit police station – but not to report crime

06 April 2021
Public to be able to visit police station – but not to report crime

Public to be able to visit police station – but not to report crime

06 April 2021

Part-time information point staffed by volunteers will advise people on wide range of subjects and direct them to other agencies for more help.


Police on trail of vandals who trashed football ground changing rooms

05 April 2021
Police on trail of vandals who trashed football ground changing rooms

Police on trail of vandals who trashed football ground changing rooms

05 April 2021

Police have collected fingerprints and DNA evidence after yobs broke into cabins in Rickling Green used by local football teams.


Teacher wins national award for her lockdown efforts for her pupils

05 April 2021
Teacher wins national award for her lockdown efforts for her pupils

Teacher wins national award for her lockdown efforts for her pupils

05 April 2021

Kate Smith of Windhill21 delivered gold stars to her pupils and even taught those struggling from their driveways or gardens.


New head teacher to take on growing Magna Carta Primary

02 April 2021
New head teacher to take on growing Magna Carta Primary

New head teacher to take on growing Magna Carta Primary

02 April 2021

Stansted's newest school will see its first cohort of Year 5 pupils from September and new head Jen Pearce is keen to develop Key Stage 2 learning.


How bread, milk and pony hair help with Audley End spring clean ahead of reopening

01 April 2021
How bread, milk and pony hair help with Audley End spring clean ahead of reopening

How bread, milk and pony hair help with Audley End spring clean ahead of reopening

01 April 2021

English Heritage experimenting with old-fashioned cleaning techniques as it prepares to welcome visitors back inside its properties from May 17.


Saffron Walden named in Sunday Times Best Places to Live guide

30 March 2021
Saffron Walden named in Sunday Times Best Places to Live guide

Saffron Walden named in Sunday Times Best Places to Live guide

30 March 2021

The historic Uttlesford town was among the top eight areas in the East of England for a range of factors.


TV star Emma Willis chats to PAH midwives for virtual Q&A with parents

30 March 2021
TV star Emma Willis chats to PAH midwives for virtual Q&A with parents

TV star Emma Willis chats to PAH midwives for virtual Q&A with parents

30 March 2021

Midwives Gloria Annor Machado and Anna Crout special guests on Giovanna Fletcher's New Mum, New Baby: The Virtual Meetup.


Fox and Hounds pub opens permanent village shop

26 March 2021
Fox and Hounds pub opens permanent village shop

Fox and Hounds pub opens permanent village shop

26 March 2021

Hunsdon pub run by Bianca and James Rix has set up a village store thanks to a grant that supports diversification in the industry.


Council refuses planning permission for 168 homes on Stansted farmland

24 March 2021
Council refuses planning permission for 168 homes on Stansted farmland

Council refuses planning permission for 168 homes on Stansted farmland

24 March 2021

Villagers rejoice as they win first round of fight to stave off Bloor Homes development in Pennington Lane.


Nursery teacher retiring from school where girls she used to teach are now her colleagues

24 March 2021
Nursery teacher retiring from school where girls she used to teach are now her colleagues

Nursery teacher retiring from school where girls she used to teach are now her colleagues

24 March 2021

Jane Curtis is stepping down after 32 years at Northgate's nursery, which operated mornings only from a room at the cricket club across the road.


Council meeting cancelled as opposition parties unite to table 'no confidence' motion

23 March 2021
Council meeting cancelled as opposition parties unite to table 'no confidence' motion

Council meeting cancelled as opposition parties unite to table 'no confidence' motion

23 March 2021

Tories, Lib Dems and Greens table motion for April 13 council meeting – but are told it has been cancelled because of “lack of business”.


Police spring seasonal crime prevention campaign on Herts residents

22 March 2021
Police spring seasonal crime prevention campaign on Herts residents

Police spring seasonal crime prevention campaign on Herts residents

22 March 2021

Operation Gnome: "We often see an increase in thefts from gardens, sheds and garages during the spring."


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