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Vegan junk food business Veg Heads opens new branch at Eat 17

Vegan junk food business Veg Heads opens new branch at Eat 17

Vegan junk food business Veg Heads opens new branch at Eat 17

06 September 2021

Matt Prior began his business on town's market, opened permanent base in Hertford and is back with Stortford's first "exclusively vegan" eatery.


Mayor serves up his Business of the Month award to Nostimo

Mayor serves up his Business of the Month award to Nostimo

Mayor serves up his Business of the Month award to Nostimo

06 September 2021

Keith Warnell chose the Market Square café/deli as his winner following multiple nominations commending its customer service.


Stortford town centre traders struggling with staff shortages

Stortford town centre traders struggling with staff shortages

Stortford town centre traders struggling with staff shortages

06 September 2021

BID manager Gina Thomas is working with Kickstart, the town's charity which supports the unemployed, to match vacancies with job seekers.


Selfless Samuel grew his hair just to have it cut to help young cancer patients

Selfless Samuel grew his hair just to have it cut to help young cancer patients

Selfless Samuel grew his hair just to have it cut to help young cancer patients

06 September 2021

Much Hadham 11-year-old let his hair grow so he could donate it to the Little Princess Trust charity which makes wigs for young cancer sufferers.


Firefighters rescue driver stranded in 'stream' along country lane

Firefighters rescue driver stranded in 'stream' along country lane

Firefighters rescue driver stranded in 'stream' along country lane

06 September 2021

Crews from Bishop's Stortford were called to Furneux Pelham on sunny Sunday evening to free a motorist from his car.


M11 motorist calls 999 to ask for police escort – because they're late for dinner

M11 motorist calls 999 to ask for police escort – because they're late for dinner

M11 motorist calls 999 to ask for police escort – because they're late for dinner

05 September 2021

The incident is one of too many non-emergency calls being made to Essex Police by people abusing the 999 service.


Video calls and message service keep patients in touch with family and friends

Video calls and message service keep patients in touch with family and friends

Video calls and message service keep patients in touch with family and friends

05 September 2021

Virtual Visiting taking place as Covid-19 restrictions remain at Herts and Essex, Princess Alexandra and St Margaret's hospitals.


Granddaughter's fight to get 99-year-old Maud into care home after fall

Granddaughter's fight to get 99-year-old Maud into care home after fall

Granddaughter's fight to get 99-year-old Maud into care home after fall

03 September 2021

Gemma Hughes battled with council after being told her nan would be discharged from hospital back to her flat with some care but none from 7pm-7am.


Refuse charges and Covid grants fuel 176% rise in complaints about council

Refuse charges and Covid grants fuel 176% rise in complaints about council

Refuse charges and Covid grants fuel 176% rise in complaints about council

03 September 2021

"Increase in recorded complaints should not necessarily be seen as an increased level of dissatisfaction with council services generally."


'White stuff' spills from stopped car but driver was clean – it was washing powder

'White stuff' spills from stopped car but driver was clean – it was washing powder

'White stuff' spills from stopped car but driver was clean – it was washing powder

03 September 2021

Couple arrested on suspicion of car theft and fraud after BMW with false number plates is stopped in Dunmow Road, Bishop's Stortford.


Thousands of items donated for Afghans arriving in Hertfordshire

Thousands of items donated for Afghans arriving in Hertfordshire

Thousands of items donated for Afghans arriving in Hertfordshire

03 September 2021

So far, more than 150 boxes of clothing, toiletries and toys have been distributed to meet the needs of those already in the county.


Indie appeal to welcome Afghan refugee children to Hertfordshire

Indie appeal to welcome Afghan refugee children to Hertfordshire

Indie appeal to welcome Afghan refugee children to Hertfordshire

02 September 2021

Joint appeal with Herts Welcomes Refugees for drawing and colouring books, felt-tip pens, paper, craft materials, small games, knitting needles, wool.


Applications open for places at Herts secondary schools from 2022

Applications open for places at Herts secondary schools from 2022

Applications open for places at Herts secondary schools from 2022

02 September 2021

The new school year has only just started, but it’s already time for parents and carers to start planning ahead for next September.


Sky's the limit for computer firm colleagues jumping for charity

Sky's the limit for computer firm colleagues jumping for charity

Sky's the limit for computer firm colleagues jumping for charity

02 September 2021

Team of five from Sawbridgeworth's HardSoft Computers raised £2,044 for the home of Bishop's Stortford Mencap by leaping from 13,000ft.


Remember your loved ones with St Clare Hospice walk

Remember your loved ones with St Clare Hospice walk

Remember your loved ones with St Clare Hospice walk

02 September 2021

The charity’s flagship fundraising event of the summer aims to bring together hundreds of local people to take part in a 5k countryside walk.


Upstairs downstairs: Second shop gives Kathryn chance to shine

Upstairs downstairs: Second shop gives Kathryn chance to shine

Upstairs downstairs: Second shop gives Kathryn chance to shine

02 September 2021

Fashion Flooring and Interiors has expanded into the former Cancer Research shop which was devastated by fire in July 2018.


'You don’t have to knock it down to have a knockout development'

'You don’t have to knock it down to have a knockout development'

'You don’t have to knock it down to have a knockout development'

02 September 2021

Urban planner and designer Yvonne Estop-Wood, of the Old River Lane Working Group, makes the case for keeping Charringtons House.


Police appeal after woman dies following M11 four-vehicle crash

Police appeal after woman dies following M11 four-vehicle crash

Police appeal after woman dies following M11 four-vehicle crash

01 September 2021

The woman, a passenger in a BMW and in her 90s, died in hospital six days after the collision.


Covid-19 arrests: Three men held in probe into vaccine and relief fund fraud

Covid-19 arrests: Three men held in probe into vaccine and relief fund fraud

Covid-19 arrests: Three men held in probe into vaccine and relief fund fraud

01 September 2021

Men arrested in East Herts and Harlow as part of police investigation into attempted illicit sale of vaccines and misuse of business relief funds.


Former Birchwood boy wins £75,000 on TV quiz show The Chase

Former Birchwood boy wins £75,000 on TV quiz show The Chase

Former Birchwood boy wins £75,000 on TV quiz show The Chase

01 September 2021

Bishop's Stortford's Eden Nash astounded viewers of the ITV show by winning the money single-handedly against Chaser Darragh 'The Menace' Ennis.


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