A freelance community founded by a former Bishop’s Stortford schoolboy has surpassed 120,000 users as it enters its next fundraising round
A Stansted-based heritage property developer has won the Best Refurbishment prize in the Housebuilder Awards
An annual charity golf tournament organised by a Bishop’s Stortford insurance broker raised its record haul to support people battling cancer
A contemporary hair salon offering clients cutting-edge styles in a relaxed atmosphere is celebrating its first anniversary
Town council cash covers Christmas taxi marshals at railway station rank while BID part-funds ID scanners at licensed premises.
In November, operations hit their peak, and on a typical day, 65,000 parcels pass through the company’s Stansted base – 60% inbound and 40% exports.
Eacy day in December, the shopping centre will raise awareness of a charity or community group, giving them a platform to showcase their work.
Graham McAndrew, a Stortford member of the county and district councils, writes in response to news of the closure of Fordes Home in North St.
Business partners Jonny Burns, 33, and Ben Johnson, 41, are relaunching the North Street venue with an emphasis on entertainment.
Mya Gooding-Springer won an Innovate UK’s Women in Innovation Award and £50,000 to launch her second-hand fashion app Swapped.
Once again, young entrepreneurs aged from seven to 17 will be showing off their creations with stalls selling a selection of stocking fillers.
Hertfordshire Constabulary said: “The premises were cleared on Saturday night and have been secured by police.”
Gina Thomas, the BID manager, said: “A huge thank you to the performers who joined us to help us bring the Christmas atmosphere to the town centre.”
Gareth Powell said: “The better connected this airport is, the greater its potential to serve as an engine of growth and international gateway.”
Apex Strength and Wellness Gym founder Amelia Lawes says she is ‘forever grateful’ for the entrepreneur’s help to save her business.
Free parking days cut by 83% leaving shoppers with just 2.5 days to take advantage of the incentive in the run-up to Christmas
Four-hour event on Sunday November 19 includes music and dance entertainment, yuletide treats, special offers and free gifts for visitors.