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A Stortford history walk: From the church to the castle via Betty’s brothel

A Stortford history walk: From the church to the castle via Betty’s brothel

A Stortford history walk: From the church to the castle via Betty’s brothel

26 May 2024

Stortford resident Dr Gareth Oakland was among a group who stepped back in time on a walk led by experts from Bishop’s Stortford History Society.


Herts health officials review residents affected by infected blood scandal

Herts health officials review residents affected by infected blood scandal

Herts health officials review residents affected by infected blood scandal

23 May 2024

More than 30,000 people in the UK were infected with HIV and hepatitis C after being given contaminated blood products in the 1970s and 1980s.


East Herts police pair among 19 new recruits to complete their training

East Herts police pair among 19 new recruits to complete their training

East Herts police pair among 19 new recruits to complete their training

23 May 2024

The cohort includes an ex-Army intelligence officer, a former hairdresser, nursery practitioner, teaching assistant and RAF air traffic controller.


Herts County Council showcases investment and development opportunities

Herts County Council showcases investment and development opportunities

Herts County Council showcases investment and development opportunities

23 May 2024

The UK’s Real Estate, Investment and Infrastructure Forum (UKREiiF) – acts as a platform for the public sector.


Council considering £2,500 charge for utilities to work on Herts’ busiest roads

Council considering £2,500 charge for utilities to work on Herts’ busiest roads

Council considering £2,500 charge for utilities to work on Herts’ busiest roads

23 May 2024

Lane rental schemes enable local authorities to charge up to £2,500 a day for works that can cause congestion on critical parts of the network.


Harlow man charged by counter terror cops with helping Russia

Harlow man charged by counter terror cops with helping Russia

Harlow man charged by counter terror cops with helping Russia

23 May 2024

Howard Michael Phillips, 64, was arrested in central London a week ago and held in police custody to appear in court on Thursday afternoon.


‘Police have reputational issue’ says councillor as he warns against PCC taking control of fire service

‘Police have reputational issue’ says councillor as he warns against PCC taking control of fire service

‘Police have reputational issue’ says councillor as he warns against PCC taking control of fire service

23 May 2024

Morris Bright, county councillor responsible for Herts Fire and Rescue Service, was speaking 19 days after police and crime commissioner election.


Hertford and Stortford constituency has returned a Conservative MP since it was created in 1983

Hertford and Stortford constituency has returned a Conservative MP since it was created in 1983

Hertford and Stortford constituency has returned a Conservative MP since it was created in 1983

23 May 2024

When Hertford and Stortford voters head to polling stations on Thursday, July 4, the constituency’s boundaries will have changed since 2019.


Lib Dems confirm their candidate to be Bishop’s Stortford’s next MP

Lib Dems confirm their candidate to be Bishop’s Stortford’s next MP

Lib Dems confirm their candidate to be Bishop’s Stortford’s next MP

23 May 2024

Helen Campbell, a Hertfordshire county councillor for St Albans North, was picked as the party’s contender 15 months ago.


East Herts’ Green leader believes his party can win Hertford and Stortford

East Herts’ Green leader believes his party can win Hertford and Stortford

East Herts’ Green leader believes his party can win Hertford and Stortford

23 May 2024

Cllr Ben Crystall says unseating Conservative Julie Marson in the July 4 General Election is “a real possibility”.


Herts County Council marks 50th anniversary of its first meeting

Herts County Council marks 50th anniversary of its first meeting

Herts County Council marks 50th anniversary of its first meeting

23 May 2024

Historical artefacts curated by Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies marked the changes which followed the Local Government Act.


Police hunt for Flora, 72, missing from home in Hunsdon for six days

Police hunt for Flora, 72, missing from home in Hunsdon for six days

Police hunt for Flora, 72, missing from home in Hunsdon for six days

23 May 2024

Hertfordshire Constabulary says Flora was last seen almost a week ago, on Friday May 17, at around 2pm.


Race against time to fund £350,000 life-saving cancer treatment for Stortford dad

Race against time to fund £350,000 life-saving cancer treatment for Stortford dad

Race against time to fund £350,000 life-saving cancer treatment for Stortford dad

23 May 2024

Thorley Park married father-of-two Jonathan Muggleton, 48, has terminal cancer – and the only option left is pioneering treatment in the USA.


Prime Minister Rishi Sunak calls General Election for Thursday July 4

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak calls General Election for Thursday July 4

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak calls General Election for Thursday July 4

22 May 2024

He made the announcement outside 10 Downing Street at 5pm Wednesday – more than six months before the latest possible date an election could be held.


Local Lib Dems slam Govt for ‘pushing families to brink’ over mortgage bills

Local Lib Dems slam Govt for ‘pushing families to brink’ over mortgage bills

Local Lib Dems slam Govt for ‘pushing families to brink’ over mortgage bills

22 May 2024

Hertford & Stortford constituency party says 17.4% of households in district remortgaged in 2023, resulting in average additional monthly hit of £292.


Free fitness session at Grange Paddocks for people with Parkinson’s

Free fitness session at Grange Paddocks for people with Parkinson’s

Free fitness session at Grange Paddocks for people with Parkinson’s

22 May 2024

Around 60 East Herts residents registered as living with the condition can benefit from a class on Thursday May 30.


Family pays tribute to Bishop’s Stortford’s ‘tree man’ almost 50 years on

Family pays tribute to Bishop’s Stortford’s ‘tree man’ almost 50 years on

Family pays tribute to Bishop’s Stortford’s ‘tree man’ almost 50 years on

22 May 2024

David Moore, a biology lecturer at Hockerill College, was just 39 when he died in 1975, but he left a growing legacy.


Belly dancer Debbie rubs shoulders with royals at Buckingham Palace garden party

Belly dancer Debbie rubs shoulders with royals at Buckingham Palace garden party

Belly dancer Debbie rubs shoulders with royals at Buckingham Palace garden party

22 May 2024

Debbie Moulsdale and husband Alan were invited to the event by the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire to recognise her contribution to the community.


Stansted Airport irons out new partnership with Hammers’ home, London Stadium

Stansted Airport irons out new partnership with Hammers’ home, London Stadium

Stansted Airport irons out new partnership with Hammers’ home, London Stadium

22 May 2024

The venue in the heart of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford attracts more than 20 million visitors a year.


Bishop’s Stortford Band concert brings harmony to three causes

Bishop’s Stortford Band concert brings harmony to three causes

Bishop’s Stortford Band concert brings harmony to three causes

22 May 2024

Melodies in May concert raised £440 – shared between the band and the venue, the Methodist Church – plus £150 for the Salvation Army.


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