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Security patrols begin in Bishop's Stortford's deserted town centre

Security patrols begin in Bishop's Stortford's deserted town centre

Security patrols begin in Bishop's Stortford's deserted town centre

The operation is being financed by the Bishop’s Stortford BID (Business Improvement District) during the coronavirus lockdown.


Stortford man offers free digital support to those working for the community during crisis

Stortford man offers free digital support to those working for the community during crisis

Stortford man offers free digital support to those working for the community during crisis

A digital marketing company is offering its services free of charge to organisations supporting the community during the Covid-19 pandemic


Time to get crafty with art packs delivered to your door

Time to get crafty with art packs delivered to your door

Time to get crafty with art packs delivered to your door

Bishop's Stortford crafting businesses The Making Place and The Little Arts Workshop producing packs for the whole family to enjoy during lockdown


Your bankruptcy questions arising from coronavirus crisis answered by Tees Law

Your bankruptcy questions arising from coronavirus crisis answered by Tees Law

Your bankruptcy questions arising from coronavirus crisis answered by Tees Law

In their latest Covid-19 Q&A, the Tees Law team answer your legal questions on the topic of bankruptcy


Greek street food plans for former burger bar in Stortford

Greek street food plans for former burger bar in Stortford

Greek street food plans for former burger bar in Stortford

Jimmy Georgiou has asked East Herts Council for planning permission to install new signs at the Market Square premises last occupied by DB's Griddle.


Furlough leave and working at home: Tees Law answers employers' coronavirus questions

Furlough leave and working at home: Tees Law answers employers' coronavirus questions

Furlough leave and working at home: Tees Law answers employers' coronavirus questions

The Tees Law team answer employers' legal questions arising from the coronavirus crisis, including the topic of furlough leave and home working


Sainsbury's to give elderly and vulnerable their own shopping hour on Thursday

Sainsbury's to give elderly and vulnerable their own shopping hour on Thursday

Sainsbury's to give elderly and vulnerable their own shopping hour on Thursday

The supermarket chain has announced new measures to support the community during the coronavirus outbreak.


Coronavirus: Stansted set to bring in temporary job and pay cuts

Coronavirus: Stansted set to bring in temporary job and pay cuts

Coronavirus: Stansted set to bring in temporary job and pay cuts

Stansted owner Manchester Airports Group said that the Covid-19 outbreak is “the greatest threat the UK’s travel sector has ever faced”.


What does the coronavirus outbreak mean for my job?

What does the coronavirus outbreak mean for my job?

What does the coronavirus outbreak mean for my job?

Rob Whitaker, head of Bishop's Stortford solicitors Tees’ employment law department, answers five key questions for employers and employees.


Mullucks on a drive towards a greener future with eco overhaul of its operation

Mullucks on a drive towards a greener future with eco overhaul of its operation

Mullucks on a drive towards a greener future with eco overhaul of its operation

The firm is replacing its fleet of six company cars with electric vehicles and installing charging points outside its offices and at staff's homes.


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