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Councils join forces to boost trade in eight towns including Stortford

Councils join forces to boost trade in eight towns including Stortford

Councils join forces to boost trade in eight towns including Stortford

Digital advertising van to tour East Herts and North Herts as part of marketing campaign, and newsletter to drop through every letterbox.


Stortford commuters set to save as Government shakes up train travel

Stortford commuters set to save as Government shakes up train travel

Stortford commuters set to save as Government shakes up train travel

People combining commuting on Greater Anglia trains with home-working could save hundreds a year with new flexible season tickets.


End of the road for traffic restrictions – but which one might be staying?

End of the road for traffic restrictions – but which one might be staying?

End of the road for traffic restrictions – but which one might be staying?

Most of the controversial social distancing measures in Stortford town centre can be removed, says Herts County Council.


For sale: Water Lane bar in Stortford closes for good

For sale: Water Lane bar in Stortford closes for good

For sale: Water Lane bar in Stortford closes for good

The one-time restaurant was one of nine award-winning eateries in Hertfordshire and Norfolk operated by Anglian Country Inns.


Pizza Hut wants a slice of Bishop's Stortford's takeaway business

Pizza Hut wants a slice of Bishop's Stortford's takeaway business

Pizza Hut wants a slice of Bishop's Stortford's takeaway business

Planning permission is being sought to convert the vacant former Halfords car parts and bicycle shop in South Street.


New king of the Castle secures Stortford backstreet pub's future

New king of the Castle secures Stortford backstreet pub's future

New king of the Castle secures Stortford backstreet pub's future

Newly-formed company South Stortford Ltd has bought the freehold and a new publican is almost ready to sign on the dotted line.


Time called on Gourmeturk restaurant at the old Boar's Head

Time called on Gourmeturk restaurant at the old Boar's Head

Time called on Gourmeturk restaurant at the old Boar's Head

The eatery in the historic High Street building which dates back to the 15th century opened in February 2017.


Buffalo Joe's opening feeds the view that Stortford is thriving despite Covid losses

Buffalo Joe's opening feeds the view that Stortford is thriving despite Covid losses

Buffalo Joe's opening feeds the view that Stortford is thriving despite Covid losses

BID manager Gina Thomas: "Whilst we have a few empty properties... these will provide opportunities for other new businesses to come in."


Norma's on her business travels – from garden shed to high street

Norma's on her business travels – from garden shed to high street

Norma's on her business travels – from garden shed to high street

Norma Fenwick is migrating her travel agency business from the shed at the bottom of her garden to premises in Knight Street.


Grange Paddocks forced to drop 'money-grabbing exercise' on fitness classes

Grange Paddocks forced to drop 'money-grabbing exercise' on fitness classes

Grange Paddocks forced to drop 'money-grabbing exercise' on fitness classes

Operator Everyone Active wanted members to pay £9.99 a month extra for priority bookings for classes 14 days in advance.


Stortford takeaways offer big discounts as part of war on food waste

Stortford takeaways offer big discounts as part of war on food waste

Stortford takeaways offer big discounts as part of war on food waste

Delivery firm GoGetters partners with Too Good To Go app which enables restaurants to sell discounted food which would otherwise be thrown away.


Traders told to be proud as they get back to business

Traders told to be proud as they get back to business

Traders told to be proud as they get back to business

Cafés and pubs opened their doors for customers outside, while shops welcomed back regulars indoors.


Why it pays for Stortford residents to love their high street

Why it pays for Stortford residents to love their high street

Why it pays for Stortford residents to love their high street

"For every £1 spent with a local, independent business, between 50p and 70p circulates back into that local economy."


Council urges traders to apply for new Covid cash

Council urges traders to apply for new Covid cash

Council urges traders to apply for new Covid cash

Grants of up to £18,000 for the largest businesses will be allocated to hospitality, accommodation, leisure, personal care and gym premises.


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