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East Herts offers advice for residents interested in buying a shared ownership home

East Herts offers advice for residents interested in buying a shared ownership home

East Herts offers advice for residents interested in buying a shared ownership home

09 February 2019

Free initial advice from financial advisors and solicitors will be available at the event on on Saturday, March 2,


Appeal to help Stortford market stallholder back on his feet after thieves steal his livelihood

Appeal to help Stortford market stallholder back on his feet after thieves steal his livelihood

Appeal to help Stortford market stallholder back on his feet after thieves steal his livelihood

08 February 2019

Amber Davison, a regular customer of trader Symon Clayton's pet supplies stall, has set up a GoFundMe appeal


Rhodes supporters petition town council to pledge financial backing for arts complex

Rhodes supporters petition town council to pledge financial backing for arts complex

Rhodes supporters petition town council to pledge financial backing for arts complex

08 February 2019

Town council funds Rhodes to the tune of £250,000 a year – but that will reduce when it also starts supporting the new Old River Lane arts centre


Poignant tribute to Addie as teachers prepare to run London Marathon in her memory

Poignant tribute to Addie as teachers prepare to run London Marathon in her memory

Poignant tribute to Addie as teachers prepare to run London Marathon in her memory

08 February 2019

Students and staff at Herts & Essex High School were invited to wear a wig – or yellow hair accessory – in return for a donation to a cancer charity


Male grooming business shuts its doors after less than a year in South Street

Male grooming business shuts its doors after less than a year in South Street

Male grooming business shuts its doors after less than a year in South Street

07 February 2019

While Kiernander & Co has closed, Crazy Razor is setting up a new Turkish barbering outlet, Art of Groom, in North Street


NHS struggles to cope as pressure mounts on medical services

NHS struggles to cope as pressure mounts on medical services

NHS struggles to cope as pressure mounts on medical services

07 February 2019

Accident and emergency departments, the ambulance service, GP practices and community health services are all being stretched


New look brewing as Stortford's Starbucks shuts for revamp

New look brewing as Stortford's Starbucks shuts for revamp

New look brewing as Stortford's Starbucks shuts for revamp

06 February 2019

The Jackson Square coffee shop is closed for a 12-day refurbishment


Chinese maths whizzes give Bishop's Stortford teachers a lesson

Chinese maths whizzes give Bishop's Stortford teachers a lesson

Chinese maths whizzes give Bishop's Stortford teachers a lesson

06 February 2019

Yijun Cheng and Xia Zheng worked alongside Windhill21 teachers, Sarah-Jane Pyne and Ellen Millar.


College becomes first Stortford school with official Royal British Legion link

College becomes first Stortford school with official Royal British Legion link

College becomes first Stortford school with official Royal British Legion link

06 February 2019

A certificate to mark the link was presented to deputy head at the Maze Green Road campus, Chris Woodhouse.


Magnificent seven! Hockerill students bound for Oxford and Cambridge

Magnificent seven! Hockerill students bound for Oxford and Cambridge

Magnificent seven! Hockerill students bound for Oxford and Cambridge

06 February 2019

The Bishop's Stortford state school is celebrating a record number of offers to study at the top two universities.


Town to work with district on distribution of community cash from housebuilders

Town to work with district on distribution of community cash from housebuilders

Town to work with district on distribution of community cash from housebuilders

05 February 2019

East Herts Council has appointed a dedicated officer to investigate money generated by Section 106 planning agreements.


Conservative Mark Prisk speaks out as government defends spending record on homelessness

Conservative Mark Prisk speaks out as government defends spending record on homelessness

Conservative Mark Prisk speaks out as government defends spending record on homelessness

05 February 2019

The Conservative intervened after Labour challenged the government on steps to reduce the death rate among homeless people.


Scam training for staff at East Herts Council wins praise

Scam training for staff at East Herts Council wins praise

Scam training for staff at East Herts Council wins praise

04 February 2019

Under the national Friends Against Scams initiative, staff have received a detailed face-to-face briefing.


County council campaign urges young men and boys to talk about their mental health

County council campaign urges young men and boys to talk about their mental health

County council campaign urges young men and boys to talk about their mental health

04 February 2019

#JustTalk encourages young people – especially boys and young men – to open up about things that are worrying them.


Have your say on the future of Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Have your say on the future of Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Have your say on the future of Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service.

01 February 2019

The county council has set up a forum at County Hall in Hertford on Tuesday, February 5, from 6pm to 8pm


Bishop joins parish priest for mass at Stortford school

Bishop joins parish priest for mass at Stortford school

Bishop joins parish priest for mass at Stortford school

31 January 2019

Right Reverend John Wilson officially opened refurbished classrooms.


Bishop's Stortford Town Council challenges school children to name that street!

Bishop's Stortford Town Council challenges school children to name that street!

Bishop's Stortford Town Council challenges school children to name that street!

31 January 2019

The list referencing the area’s heritage and military history has been whittled away with new estates at St Michael’s Hurst and Stortford Fields.


Star six set for degree success

Star six set for degree success

Star six set for degree success

31 January 2019

Oxbridge co-ordinator Fiona Price said: “We are very proud of the achievements of these students who have worked exceptionally hard."


Town council worries train will take strain of Essex development

Town council worries train will take strain of Essex development

Town council worries train will take strain of Essex development

31 January 2019

Essex neighbour is pressing ahead with plans for thousands of new homes in ‘garden communities’ along A120.


Watchdog prescribes cure for health service

Watchdog prescribes cure for health service

Watchdog prescribes cure for health service

31 January 2019

Although its performance was rated ‘Good’ overall by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) – the watchdog criticised some procedures.


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