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Never too late to be active: Free leisure centre passes for over-55s

Never too late to be active: Free leisure centre passes for over-55s

Never too late to be active: Free leisure centre passes for over-55s

10 May 2022

The gyms and pools at Grange Paddocks in Bishop's Stortford and Leventhorpe in Sawbridgeworth are taking part in the initiative.


Martin's newsagents reprieved after McColls is rescued by Morrisons

Martin's newsagents reprieved after McColls is rescued by Morrisons

Martin's newsagents reprieved after McColls is rescued by Morrisons

10 May 2022

The supermarket group will pay off McColl's £170m debts, take on its 1,160 shops and 16,000 staff, plus its pension schemes, with 2,000 members.


Man drove at 135mph on M11 to evade police before crashing in Stortford

Man drove at 135mph on M11 to evade police before crashing in Stortford

Man drove at 135mph on M11 to evade police before crashing in Stortford

10 May 2022

Minad Ghafoor, 18, from Enfield, who had no licence or insurance, is jailed for 10 months and banned from driving.


Herts police invite residents to surrender guns and ammunition

Herts police invite residents to surrender guns and ammunition

Herts police invite residents to surrender guns and ammunition

09 May 2022

During the amnesty from May 12 to May 29, people can surrender any unlicensed or unwanted guns and ammunition.


Stortford traffic delays as Dunmow Road closed for emergency works

Stortford traffic delays as Dunmow Road closed for emergency works

Stortford traffic delays as Dunmow Road closed for emergency works

09 May 2022

The A1250 is closed between Stortford Hall Park and the Nags Head until Thursday as UK Power Networks carries out emergency maintenance.


Moped rider hits dog head-on deliberately as its owners cross the road

Moped rider hits dog head-on deliberately as its owners cross the road

Moped rider hits dog head-on deliberately as its owners cross the road

09 May 2022

Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident which happened on Sunday at around 7.15pm outside Tesco Express in Havers Lane.


Wren Kitchens returns to the table with new plan for 24/7 lorry park

Wren Kitchens returns to the table with new plan for 24/7 lorry park

Wren Kitchens returns to the table with new plan for 24/7 lorry park

09 May 2022

The national chain wants to turn a site off the B1256 at Start Hill, near the M11 junction 8 roundabout, into a logistics depot.


New M11 junction 7a: Contractors on track for opening

New M11 junction 7a: Contractors on track for opening

New M11 junction 7a: Contractors on track for opening

09 May 2022

Surfacing works to the entire link road, slip roads, dumbbell roundabouts and M11 overbridge are now complete.


Yoga and vegetarian food on offer at Stortford school's open day

Yoga and vegetarian food on offer at Stortford school's open day

Yoga and vegetarian food on offer at Stortford school's open day

09 May 2022

Avanti Meadows Primary, which opened at St Michael’s Hurst last September, gave visitors an insight into its educational philosophy.


St Elizabeth's invests £2m in wages after care is rated 'inadequate'

St Elizabeth's invests £2m in wages after care is rated 'inadequate'

St Elizabeth's invests £2m in wages after care is rated 'inadequate'

09 May 2022

Centre at Perry Green for people with epilepsy and other complex medical conditions has invested in better staff pay following CQC inspection.


Herts firefighters show solidarity with colleagues in Ukraine

Herts firefighters show solidarity with colleagues in Ukraine

Herts firefighters show solidarity with colleagues in Ukraine

07 May 2022

The gift of the 2006 Scania P94 is part of a mission with other fire services, organised by charity Fire Aid and the National Fire Chiefs Council.


Lidl faces licensing fight for its new Bishop's Stortford store

Lidl faces licensing fight for its new Bishop's Stortford store

Lidl faces licensing fight for its new Bishop's Stortford store

07 May 2022

Seven householders have challenged the German chain's application for permission to sell alcohol 7am to 11pm seven days a week.


Convenience store and newsagent staff face axe as McColls goes into administration

Convenience store and newsagent staff face axe as McColls goes into administration

Convenience store and newsagent staff face axe as McColls goes into administration

06 May 2022

McColl's Retail Group has McColl's and Martin's outlets at Snowley Parade and Thorley Neighbourhood Centre in Stortford and Bell Street in Sawbo.


Adult education 'college' project in Stortford begins to take shape

Adult education 'college' project in Stortford begins to take shape

Adult education 'college' project in Stortford begins to take shape

06 May 2022

Catherine Phillipson has a five-year plan to co-ordinate courses for 2,500 residents and ultimately wants to secure a building for her "college".


The special friendship between young Beavers and care home residents

The special friendship between young Beavers and care home residents

The special friendship between young Beavers and care home residents

06 May 2022

Every month boys and girls with Thorley's Raleigh Beavers visit Hazel End Care Home for games, craft activities and gardening with the old folk.


Queen of Herts: Record number of Platinum Jubilee street parties

Queen of Herts: Record number of Platinum Jubilee street parties

Queen of Herts: Record number of Platinum Jubilee street parties

06 May 2022

County council receives over 500 applications for events over extended bank holiday weekend of Thursday to Sunday, June 2-5.


Splash pool reopens after vandals' contamination forced closure

Splash pool reopens after vandals' contamination forced closure

Splash pool reopens after vandals' contamination forced closure

06 May 2022

The contamination of fabric conditioner and washing up liquid cost the town council over £1,000 to clear up.


Face masks and Covid-19 safety measures stay in county's GP surgeries

Face masks and Covid-19 safety measures stay in county's GP surgeries

Face masks and Covid-19 safety measures stay in county's GP surgeries

06 May 2022

Although legal restrictions have ended measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 remain in health settings to keep staff and patients safe.


Connecting with neighbours by connecting with nature – Stortford's growth business

Connecting with neighbours by connecting with nature – Stortford's growth business

Connecting with neighbours by connecting with nature – Stortford's growth business

05 May 2022

Louise Tennekoon on two projects - a community orchard and Grow Green Spaces - that have grown out of last November's Community Climate Gathering.


Gifted cellist Charmon wins Stortford Young Musician title aged just 12

Gifted cellist Charmon wins Stortford Young Musician title aged just 12

Gifted cellist Charmon wins Stortford Young Musician title aged just 12

05 May 2022

Hockerill College's Charmon Lam beat 133 other young instrumentalists and singers aged up to 18 in the contest organised by the Rotary club.


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