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Harrods jam, Marmite and peanut butter part of Stansted Airport's food bank donation

Harrods jam, Marmite and peanut butter part of Stansted Airport's food bank donation

Harrods jam, Marmite and peanut butter part of Stansted Airport's food bank donation

26 September 2019

The airport donates items surrendered by passengers at security, which are then sorted and transported by volunteers to East Herts and Uttlesford.


St Michael's Mead residents evacuated as police, fire and ambulance called to incident

St Michael's Mead residents evacuated as police, fire and ambulance called to incident

St Michael's Mead residents evacuated as police, fire and ambulance called to incident

25 September 2019

Area cordoned off as officers investigate concerns for welfare of a man in a flat in Stockmen Field


Beer and music festival hits the right fundraising note for Bish Bash 2020

Beer and music festival hits the right fundraising note for Bish Bash 2020

Beer and music festival hits the right fundraising note for Bish Bash 2020

25 September 2019

The family-friendly event at the Bishop’s Stortford Sports Trust in Cricketfield Lane generated £1,250 for the town's annual music festival.


Celebrate the power of music and its impact on dementia at Rhodes

Celebrate the power of music and its impact on dementia at Rhodes

Celebrate the power of music and its impact on dementia at Rhodes

25 September 2019

The Bishop's Stortford venue will host a celebration of the power of music with a particular focus on improving the well-being of people with dementia


Friend's tribute on top of Kilimanjaro in memory of Stortford student Archie Day

Friend's tribute on top of Kilimanjaro in memory of Stortford student Archie Day

Friend's tribute on top of Kilimanjaro in memory of Stortford student Archie Day

25 September 2019

Africa trekker Dan Cox and Rory Marrow, who ran Kew Gardens 10k, raise over £9k in memory of former TBSHS boy who took his own life at the age of 20


Stortford town council recognises ‘severe threat’ of climate change with new strategy

Stortford town council recognises ‘severe threat’ of climate change with new strategy

Stortford town council recognises ‘severe threat’ of climate change with new strategy

25 September 2019

Council to reduce energy, water and non-recyclables usage while exploring solar panels, electric vehicles, and better insulation and heating controls


Stortford music festival Bish Bash 2020 saved by Indie readers and advertisers

Stortford music festival Bish Bash 2020 saved by Indie readers and advertisers

Stortford music festival Bish Bash 2020 saved by Indie readers and advertisers

25 September 2019

After we launched a £10,000 appeal to secure the annual family-friendly festival, 94 individuals and businesses handed over £10,080 in two months.


Police hope TV appeal will bring justice for PAH doctor and his family of six murdered in arson

Police hope TV appeal will bring justice for PAH doctor and his family of six murdered in arson

Police hope TV appeal will bring justice for PAH doctor and his family of six murdered in arson

24 September 2019

Princess Alexandra Hospital doctor Abdul Shakoor was only survivor of 2012 fire which killed his wife, two daughters and three sons in their home.


Deluge causes delays for rail passengers as Liverpool Street floods

Deluge causes delays for rail passengers as Liverpool Street floods

Deluge causes delays for rail passengers as Liverpool Street floods

24 September 2019

After heavy rain, flooding made platforms one to 12 at the London terminus inaccessible.


Green MEP Catherine Rowett calls on Boris Johnson to resign

Green MEP Catherine Rowett calls on Boris Johnson to resign

Green MEP Catherine Rowett calls on Boris Johnson to resign

24 September 2019

Green MEP says: "Boris Johnson is unfit to hold the office of Prime Minister and he should resign immediately."


New head takes charge at Bishop's Stortford primary school

New head takes charge at Bishop's Stortford primary school

New head takes charge at Bishop's Stortford primary school

24 September 2019

Joanne Fradd succeeds Lisa Dale at St Michael's CofE as the Apton Road school enters its third century


Join charity dog walk in memory of Stortford girl Addie Brady – featuring her own beloved Patsy

Join charity dog walk in memory of Stortford girl Addie Brady – featuring her own beloved Patsy

Join charity dog walk in memory of Stortford girl Addie Brady – featuring her own beloved Patsy

24 September 2019

Friends of the Herts and Essex High School 16-year-old who died of a brain tumour are taking the lead in organising 6-mile walk with coffee and cake


Hospice's first ever Walking in Memory event welcomes 260 bereaved people

Hospice's first ever Walking in Memory event welcomes 260 bereaved people

Hospice's first ever Walking in Memory event welcomes 260 bereaved people

23 September 2019

More than £10,000 was raised for St Clare by families and friends on a 5k countryside walk in memory of lost loved ones


Stolen pug Buttercup found safe four months after being stolen from kennels near Stortford

Stolen pug Buttercup found safe four months after being stolen from kennels near Stortford

Stolen pug Buttercup found safe four months after being stolen from kennels near Stortford

23 September 2019

The four-year-old dog was found wandering in Saffron Walden and taken to a vet in the town.


Straw poll in Stortford backs Liberal Democrat policy on Brexit

Straw poll in Stortford backs Liberal Democrat policy on Brexit

Straw poll in Stortford backs Liberal Democrat policy on Brexit

23 September 2019

The Brexitometer was part of a stall set up by Liberal Democrats in Bishop's Stortford town centre on Saturday.


Thomas Cook collapse: Stortford travel agent sets up emergency team

Thomas Cook collapse: Stortford travel agent sets up emergency team

Thomas Cook collapse: Stortford travel agent sets up emergency team

23 September 2019

Planes from around the world drafted in to bring home more than 150,000 British tourists abroad in the biggest peacetime repatriation in UK history.


The normality of going back to work is just the job

The normality of going back to work is just the job

The normality of going back to work is just the job

22 September 2019

Elsenham mother-of-two Beth Purvis, aka Bowel Warrior, writes for the Indie about living with stage 4 cancer


Remembering sound and vision of classic Rhodes gigs

Remembering sound and vision of classic Rhodes gigs

Remembering sound and vision of classic Rhodes gigs

22 September 2019

A musical archive project to highlight the pop icons who performed at the arts complex during the Swinging Sixties has been unveiled.


Bishop's Stortford D-Day hero raises £690 for the Not Forgotten Association

Bishop's Stortford D-Day hero raises £690 for the Not Forgotten Association

Bishop's Stortford D-Day hero raises £690 for the Not Forgotten Association

22 September 2019

A 94-year-old Second World War veteran has again raised hundreds of pounds for an Armed Forces charity.


A land with hope and glory in short supply

A land with hope and glory in short supply

A land with hope and glory in short supply

22 September 2019

Whatever the outcome, the Brexit debacle has deeply damaged our society... whoever ‘wins’, the resentment of the losers will linger for generations.


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