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Stortford GPs' crucial plea to residents as they brace for rise in Covid cases

26 September 2020
Stortford GPs' crucial plea to residents as they brace for rise in Covid cases

Stortford GPs' crucial plea to residents as they brace for rise in Covid cases

26 September 2020

Dr Sian Stanley: "We need patients to work with us to help us deliver the right care to the right patients at the right time."


Commissioner works with companies to target cyber crime

25 September 2020
Commissioner works with companies to target cyber crime

Commissioner works with companies to target cyber crime

25 September 2020

The event is being held online from 8am to 9am with an opportunity for networking from 9am to 9.30am on Thursday, October 8.


Stortford MP vows to repeat virtual jobs fair after inaugural event's 'triumph'

25 September 2020
Stortford MP vows to repeat virtual jobs fair after inaugural event's 'triumph'

Stortford MP vows to repeat virtual jobs fair after inaugural event's 'triumph'

25 September 2020

In all, 27 employers and support organisations were represented at Julie Marson's virtual employment and apprenticeships event.


Ex-Lemon Tree chef Luke offers seconds with online charity cook-along

24 September 2020
Ex-Lemon Tree chef Luke offers seconds with online charity cook-along

Ex-Lemon Tree chef Luke offers seconds with online charity cook-along

24 September 2020

Luke Fishpool's first Zoom session creating a Thai green curry raised money and awareness for disability charity Accuro (Care Services).


Covid victims among those remembered on St Clare Hospice's memorial walk

24 September 2020
Covid victims among those remembered on St Clare Hospice's memorial walk

Covid victims among those remembered on St Clare Hospice's memorial walk

24 September 2020

A total of 220 people took part in the West Essex charity’s Walking in Memory event, raising around £8,000.


Council refuses to extinguish ban on bonfires at allotments in Stortford

24 September 2020
Council refuses to extinguish ban on bonfires at allotments in Stortford

Council refuses to extinguish ban on bonfires at allotments in Stortford

24 September 2020

Bishop's Stortford Town Council has confirmed a ban on burning waste at its 10 allotment sites despite calls for a rethink.


Council takes a dim view of street lights as part of its climate change strategy

24 September 2020
Council takes a dim view of street lights as part of its climate change strategy

Council takes a dim view of street lights as part of its climate change strategy

24 September 2020

Herts County Council considering reducing environmental impact of its 115,000 lights by varying their brightness and operating hours.


Marking 80 years since sculptor visited by the famous made East Herts his home

23 September 2020
Marking 80 years since sculptor visited by the famous made East Herts his home

Marking 80 years since sculptor visited by the famous made East Herts his home

23 September 2020

Bombed out of London in the Blitz, Henry Moore moved to Perry Green and was inspired to create his large sculptures – and join the Home Guard.


Police target human trafficking at Stansted Airport in Europe-wide operation

23 September 2020
Police target human trafficking at Stansted Airport in Europe-wide operation

Police target human trafficking at Stansted Airport in Europe-wide operation

23 September 2020

East Herts environmental health officers and the fire service supported Herts police's activities as part of the week-long op.


Have your say on push for 'greener' development in East Herts

23 September 2020
Have your say on push for 'greener' development in East Herts

Have your say on push for 'greener' development in East Herts

23 September 2020

More environmentally friendly building is district council's aim as it seeks to reduce carbon emissions to net zero by 2030.


Herts council leaders warn residents: 'This is a wake-up call – stop bending Covid rules'

22 September 2020
Herts council leaders warn residents: 'This is a wake-up call – stop bending Covid rules'

Herts council leaders warn residents: 'This is a wake-up call – stop bending Covid rules'

22 September 2020

Leaders of Herts County Council and 10 district and borough councils – including East Herts – call for "a change of mindset".


Greater Anglia welcomes biggest train service shake-up in 25 years

21 September 2020
Greater Anglia welcomes biggest train service shake-up in 25 years

Greater Anglia welcomes biggest train service shake-up in 25 years

21 September 2020

Franchises like that of GA – which operates Cambridge-Liverpool St line through Stansted, Stortford and Sawbo – will be ditched because of Covid.


Frisky deer pose danger to rush-hour drivers this autumn, council warns

21 September 2020
Frisky deer pose danger to rush-hour drivers this autumn, council warns

Frisky deer pose danger to rush-hour drivers this autumn, council warns

21 September 2020

"We've taken steps to erect deer fences in... known migration crossing points, especially on major new roads, but we cannot protect every road."


Your chance to have your say on the future of Stortford's police station

21 September 2020
Your chance to have your say on the future of Stortford's police station

Your chance to have your say on the future of Stortford's police station

21 September 2020

Herts Constabulary and police and crime commissioner join forces for online survey of residents about the county's 20 cop shops.


Appeal for donations as Grove Cottage nursery is back after lockdown

20 September 2020
Appeal for donations as Grove Cottage nursery is back after lockdown

Appeal for donations as Grove Cottage nursery is back after lockdown

20 September 2020

The charity is appealing to the community to help after racking up bills for PPE, new sinks and a washing machine.


Grab a coffee, tea and cake outside Daniel Robinson & Sons

19 September 2020
Grab a coffee, tea and cake outside Daniel Robinson & Sons

Grab a coffee, tea and cake outside Daniel Robinson & Sons

19 September 2020

The Stortford funeral director will accept donations to Macmillan Cancer Support as part of the charity's World's Biggest Coffee Morning.


New website supports the one in 10 people caring for an elderly relative

19 September 2020
New website supports the one in 10 people caring for an elderly relative

New website supports the one in 10 people caring for an elderly relative

19 September 2020

Age Space Hertfordshire has been set up by Annabel James, who felt overwhelmed after her mother suffered a stroke.


Concerned about Covid-19? 13 of your virus queries answered by Herts GPs

19 September 2020
Concerned about Covid-19? 13 of your virus queries answered by Herts GPs

Concerned about Covid-19? 13 of your virus queries answered by Herts GPs

19 September 2020

Prag Moodley and Nicolas Small respond to dilemmas about protecting yourself from the virus, testing, isolating and the virus among children.


Drug dealers jailed after police smash £58m smuggling operation near Stortford

18 September 2020
Drug dealers jailed after police smash £58m smuggling operation near Stortford

Drug dealers jailed after police smash £58m smuggling operation near Stortford

18 September 2020

1.8 tons of heroin and cocaine shipped from Holland to Hunsdon farm in largest ever drugs conspiracy investigated by regional police unit.


County council welcomes extra Government cash for Hertfordshire care homes

18 September 2020
County council welcomes extra Government cash for Hertfordshire care homes

County council welcomes extra Government cash for Hertfordshire care homes

18 September 2020

Nationally, providers will be given an extra £546 million to bolster infection control and help protect residents and staff.


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