The money secured by East Herts Council will help fund the refurbishment of the Kitwood Unit at the Herts and Essex Community Hospital.
On Monday night, the town council's finance and policy committee agreed to branch out and back the scheme for a site at Jenkins Lane.
The confidence-boosting fitness course will start on Wednesday, June 15 for an hour from 9.15am and will run for six weeks.
Visitors are encouraged to bring a picnic to enjoy while watching the show, and a rug or seats to sit on. The Forest Café will be open.
There will be guided walks by Peter Cooper, and a trail of more than 25 royalty-themed scarecrows around the village, including a quiz.
The Homes England money is part of a £15m funding pot to support delivery of thousands of homes in new communities across the country.
Saturday's event featured Punch and Judy, donkey rides, coconut shy, penalty shootout, pottery painting, dance displays – and the head in the stocks!
Street parties galore, Bish Bash music festival, shop window competition, children's town trail, beacon lighting and tree planting on the agenda.
Instructor Carole Grant-Conroy will run five weekly Wednesday afternoon sessions at Markwell Pavilion in Castle Park from June 8 to July 6.
The council is inviting visitors to come and buy quality goods that would otherwise have been dumped from a pop-up shop.
Locations include Grange Paddocks, Thorley Park and Southern Country Park in Bishop's Stortford plus Pishionbury Park in Sawbridgeworth.
The event at Thorley Neighbourhood Centre on Thursday (10am-2pm) will include crime prevention, fire safety and first aid advice.
Second phase of Patmore Close development will provide mix of one- to five-bedroom homes and 36% have been allocated as 'affordable housing'.
Before she closes the door at her shop in Palmers Lane, Katie Bradshaw will host an exhibition to profile Stortford’s creative community.
SKND Ltd has asked East Herts Council for planning permission to convert the former Lifestyle Village boutique into a branch of Pepe's Piri Piri.
Base outside London for state-owned Great British Railways part of Transport Secretary Grant Shapps' “once-in-a-generation reform” of rail services.
Plans for 233 homes on Bishop's Stortford High School site in London Road force relocation of EE's mobile phone base station to Pig Lane.
The cast of 18, ranging in age from 10 to 60-plus, deserved the applause they earned from an appreciative village hall audience.
Protestors have held up M25 traffic in Herts, targeted Buncefield oil depot and prevented lorries leaving printing presses in Waltham Cross.
Three-day festival at Great Amwell returns for celebration of punk, ska, mod, indie and northern soul featuring iconic bands from across the decades.