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Volunteers needed for Party in the Park music festival in Stortford

Volunteers needed for Party in the Park music festival in Stortford

Volunteers needed for Party in the Park music festival in Stortford

28 June 2022

The free event on Saturday July 16, featuring headliners The Brand New Heavies and The Hoosiers, celebrates Stortford's community heroes.


New look for St Clare Hospice's busiest shop

New look for St Clare Hospice's busiest shop

New look for St Clare Hospice's busiest shop

28 June 2022

The outlet at St James Centre, East Road, Harlow, first opened 25 years ago in 1991 and has become a mecca for bargain hunters.


Train drivers' strike to halt 90% of Greater Anglia services on Saturday

Train drivers' strike to halt 90% of Greater Anglia services on Saturday

Train drivers' strike to halt 90% of Greater Anglia services on Saturday

28 June 2022

Where trains are operating, including the Stansted Express, there will be a severely reduced service and significantly fewer trains.


Labour calls for tactical vote to oust Stortford's Tory MP

Labour calls for tactical vote to oust Stortford's Tory MP

Labour calls for tactical vote to oust Stortford's Tory MP

28 June 2022

After Devon by-election rout for Conservatives, opposition parties say: "A similar political earthquake could happen in Hertford and Stortford."


Police investigating pickpocket incident at Sainsbury's hunt masked man

Police investigating pickpocket incident at Sainsbury's hunt masked man

Police investigating pickpocket incident at Sainsbury's hunt masked man

27 June 2022

A bank card was used at Tesco Express in Havers Lane after it was stolen from a shopper's handbag in Sainsbury's at Thorley Park.


Police appeal over theft of hammer in Bishop’s Stortford

Police appeal over theft of hammer in Bishop’s Stortford

Police appeal over theft of hammer in Bishop’s Stortford

27 June 2022

The tool, worth £60, was taken from builders' merchant Travis Perkins at Woodside early in the morning of Tuesday June 14.


BBQ & Bounce summer fayre puts a spring in school's step

BBQ & Bounce summer fayre puts a spring in school's step

BBQ & Bounce summer fayre puts a spring in school's step

27 June 2022

Barbecue and bounce were a match made in heaven for St Michael's C of E Primary as its fete on Sunday raised over £4,000 for the school PTA.


Herts police's rural crime team puts businesses in the picture

Herts police's rural crime team puts businesses in the picture

Herts police's rural crime team puts businesses in the picture

27 June 2022

Sgt Ryan Hemmings, who leads Herts Constabulary's rural operational support team, was addressing members of the Independent Business Advisory Group.


'Out of touch' Stortford MP under fire for 'bizarre' question at PMQs

'Out of touch' Stortford MP under fire for 'bizarre' question at PMQs

'Out of touch' Stortford MP under fire for 'bizarre' question at PMQs

27 June 2022

Julie Marson used a rare chance to speak during Prime Minister’s Questions to quiz her party leader about social outcomes contracting.


Grove Cottage fundraisers set for 1,300-mile road trip in £450 Ford Fiesta

Grove Cottage fundraisers set for 1,300-mile road trip in £450 Ford Fiesta

Grove Cottage fundraisers set for 1,300-mile road trip in £450 Ford Fiesta

24 June 2022

Aliison Smith and Nicky Rooke are taking part in the Two Ball Beach Rally from St Quentin, France, through the Alps and Pyrenees, to Barcelona, Spain.


Nick de Bois: 'Tory MPs' safe seats are far less safe than they were'

Nick de Bois: 'Tory MPs' safe seats are far less safe than they were'

Nick de Bois: 'Tory MPs' safe seats are far less safe than they were'

24 June 2022

The Stortford political pundit, broadcaster and writer reflects on the Conservatives' by-election defeats in Wakefield and Tiverton & Honiton.


Man charged with GBH after woman in taxi is punched in the eye

Man charged with GBH after woman in taxi is punched in the eye

Man charged with GBH after woman in taxi is punched in the eye

24 June 2022

The victim, in her 30s, was sitting in a taxi in Market Square at around 2am Saturday (June 18) when she was hit in the face through an open window.


Birchwood's budding engineers flying high at Stansted's Aerozone

Birchwood's budding engineers flying high at Stansted's Aerozone

Birchwood's budding engineers flying high at Stansted's Aerozone

24 June 2022

The event was supported by Hertford and Stortford MP Julie Marson, who sent a video message to the teenagers.


Food bank struggles to cope with summer surge in demand

Food bank struggles to cope with summer surge in demand

Food bank struggles to cope with summer surge in demand

24 June 2022

"For the first time, the quantity of food items donated at the supermarkets is falling short of the quantity we need to give out to people."


Strictly Stortford charity dance spectacular is fab-u-lous!

Strictly Stortford charity dance spectacular is fab-u-lous!

Strictly Stortford charity dance spectacular is fab-u-lous!

24 June 2022

Eight couples took to the dance floor at South Mill Arts on Sunday to recreate the hit BBC1 TV show in aid of anti-slavery charity Hope for Justice.


Man to appear in court over fox death during Puckeridge Hunt meet

Man to appear in court over fox death during Puckeridge Hunt meet

Man to appear in court over fox death during Puckeridge Hunt meet

23 June 2022

The 30-year-old from Brent Pelham is to appear before Stevenage magistrates on July 13 charged with hunting a wild mammal with a dog.


Council backs residents' concerns about right of way

Council backs residents' concerns about right of way

Council backs residents' concerns about right of way

23 June 2022

Parsonage spokeswoman Deborah Munro won support from Bishop’s Stortford Town Council when she addressed the planning and development committee.


Tory Marson under fire for train strike response

Tory Marson under fire for train strike response

Tory Marson under fire for train strike response

23 June 2022

Labour's Josh Dean said: "She appears to have taken no action whatsoever to encourage the Government to negotiate a better deal for rail workers."


Hospice supporters invited to step up for month-long fundraising feat

Hospice supporters invited to step up for month-long fundraising feat

Hospice supporters invited to step up for month-long fundraising feat

23 June 2022

St Clare's Step Up sponsored fundraiser challenges participants to walk 10,000 steps a day for the whole of July.


'My charity challenge of living on £1 of food a day is the harsh reality for those in poverty'

'My charity challenge of living on £1 of food a day is the harsh reality for those in poverty'

'My charity challenge of living on £1 of food a day is the harsh reality for those in poverty'

23 June 2022

Rev Gill Hulme, Bishop's Stortford Methodist Church minister and current chair of Churches Together Bishop's Stortford, on the cost-of-living crisis.


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