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' You can't help but smile when you are with Vanessa'

' You can't help but smile when you are with Vanessa'

' You can't help but smile when you are with Vanessa'

05 May 2022

Vanessa Sauvary, from Bishop's Stortford, was named Hertfordshire's Learning Disability Personality of the Year in the Rumble Awards.


Double Olympian inspires pupils on school visits

Double Olympian inspires pupils on school visits

Double Olympian inspires pupils on school visits

04 May 2022

Linda Strachan, who represented GB at Seoul in 1988 and Barcelona in 1992, visited Birchanger Primary and Howe Green House schools.


Work begins on new skate park as part of 'teenage recreation space'

Work begins on new skate park as part of 'teenage recreation space'

Work begins on new skate park as part of 'teenage recreation space'

04 May 2022

Youth shelter removed as part of preparations for 12-week project, which is part of a £3.5m revamp of Sworder's Field and Castle Gardens.


Gazza's boots up for grabs at glitzy ball for hospital appeal

Gazza's boots up for grabs at glitzy ball for hospital appeal

Gazza's boots up for grabs at glitzy ball for hospital appeal

04 May 2022

The event, organised by the gastroenterology department, promises to be a spectacular black-tie occasion with a three-course dinner and disco.


Share golden memories as town celebrates Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Share golden memories as town celebrates Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Share golden memories as town celebrates Queen's Platinum Jubilee

04 May 2022

The Indie has teamed up with the town council to find Bishop's Stortford's best Platinum Jubilee celebration as residents party like it's 1952.


Brandon climbs world's third highest volcano 10 months after bad injury

Brandon climbs world's third highest volcano 10 months after bad injury

Brandon climbs world's third highest volcano 10 months after bad injury

04 May 2022

Former Birchwood High School boy overcame reconstructive knee surgery to reach top of Mount Teide in aid of global tree-planting project.


Man suffers smoke inhalation and burns to hands in Stortford flat fire

Man suffers smoke inhalation and burns to hands in Stortford flat fire

Man suffers smoke inhalation and burns to hands in Stortford flat fire

03 May 2022

Both fire engines from Bishop's Stortford and one from Sawbridgeworth were called to flats in St Michael's Mead on Friday evening.


Nothing's bin changed - council brings good news for residents

Nothing's bin changed - council brings good news for residents

Nothing's bin changed - council brings good news for residents

03 May 2022

East Herts Council insists there has been no change to its policy on paper recycling after fears on social media the scheme was being binned.


Royal seats: Town centre benches to get Queen's Platinum Jubilee makeover

Royal seats: Town centre benches to get Queen's Platinum Jubilee makeover

Royal seats: Town centre benches to get Queen's Platinum Jubilee makeover

03 May 2022

Art group The Goldbrush have been commissioned by Bishop's Stortford Town Council to decorate nine seats along South Street.


Wickham Hall solar farm: Developer ponders appeal after Uttlesford says no

Wickham Hall solar farm: Developer ponders appeal after Uttlesford says no

Wickham Hall solar farm: Developer ponders appeal after Uttlesford says no

03 May 2022

Endurance Energy’s 40-year project would deliver 36,000 photovoltaic panels across 114 hectares (282 acres), primarily in East Herts’ Albury parish.


Herts County Council gears up to welcome 1,600 Ukrainian refugees

Herts County Council gears up to welcome 1,600 Ukrainian refugees

Herts County Council gears up to welcome 1,600 Ukrainian refugees

02 May 2022

County Hall said 574 residents have stepped forward to offer shelter to women and children fleeing the Russian invasion.


Is Stortford housebuilding costing us too much or are we ignoring the benefits?

Is Stortford housebuilding costing us too much or are we ignoring the benefits?

Is Stortford housebuilding costing us too much or are we ignoring the benefits?

02 May 2022

Award-winning Economics in Ten podcaster Gavin Simpson, who was born and brought up in Stortford, delves into the housing development issue...


Fascinating finds reveal Bishop's Stortford's past as a Roman 'new town'

Fascinating finds reveal Bishop's Stortford's past as a Roman 'new town'

Fascinating finds reveal Bishop's Stortford's past as a Roman 'new town'

01 May 2022

Experts have been excavating a site at Grange Paddocks where East Herts Council is installing a 3G artificial sports pitch this summer.


All the rage on stage: Windhill win primary schools poetry competition

All the rage on stage: Windhill win primary schools poetry competition

All the rage on stage: Windhill win primary schools poetry competition

30 April 2022

Pupils from seven Stortford schools combined verse, drama and oracy as they brought poetry to life in the contest at South Mill Arts.


Garden party celebrates voluntary work of town and parish councils

Garden party celebrates voluntary work of town and parish councils

Garden party celebrates voluntary work of town and parish councils

30 April 2022

East Herts Council chairman hosts event at Henry Moore Foundation for over 110 people as a thank you for their community service.


E-scooter rider attacked by three men hiding in bushes near Grange Paddocks

E-scooter rider attacked by three men hiding in bushes near Grange Paddocks

E-scooter rider attacked by three men hiding in bushes near Grange Paddocks

29 April 2022

The incident happened on the riverside footpath between the leisure centre and the skate park area in Sworder's Field.


Stars see local artist’s memorial to acting legend unveiled at Westminster Abbey

Stars see local artist’s memorial to acting legend unveiled at Westminster Abbey

Stars see local artist’s memorial to acting legend unveiled at Westminster Abbey

29 April 2022

Sir Ian McKellen and Dame Judi Dench among guests from world of theatre and film who gathered for unveiling of memorial to Sir John Gielgud.


Age Concern art aid for Ukrainian pensioners

Age Concern art aid for Ukrainian pensioners

Age Concern art aid for Ukrainian pensioners

29 April 2022

More than 65 visitors donated £360 to view 100 different pieces and by the end of the night, sales had boosted the fundraising total to £1,544.


Plea to find fly-tipper who dumped tyres in country lanes near Sawbo

Plea to find fly-tipper who dumped tyres in country lanes near Sawbo

Plea to find fly-tipper who dumped tyres in country lanes near Sawbo

29 April 2022

Stacks of motorcycle tyres were discarded in Bakers Lane, High Wych, and nearby Rook End as well as in laybys along the A10.


Police appeal after cyclist, 18, seriously injured in collision with van

Police appeal after cyclist, 18, seriously injured in collision with van

Police appeal after cyclist, 18, seriously injured in collision with van

29 April 2022

Collision happened Sunday morning (April 24) in Furneux Pelham, near Brewery Tap pub, and involved white Volkswagen Crafter van and a cyclist.


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