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Groups urged to follow Stortford charity's lead and apply for council cash

Groups urged to follow Stortford charity's lead and apply for council cash

Groups urged to follow Stortford charity's lead and apply for council cash

22 October 2021

Acehounds, which seeks to enrich the lives of vulnerable people with the aid of its gentle greyhounds, got £7,500 from East Herts Council.


Toddler's walk to raise funds for family member with incurable killer disease

Toddler's walk to raise funds for family member with incurable killer disease

Toddler's walk to raise funds for family member with incurable killer disease

22 October 2021

15-month-old Ruairi McCluskey covered 1k around the castle mound in Stortford for his dad's cousin diagnosed with motor neurone disease at 31.


Community join firefighters on daily runs in aid of baby loss charity

Community join firefighters on daily runs in aid of baby loss charity

Community join firefighters on daily runs in aid of baby loss charity

21 October 2021

Stortford firefighters set off on 5k runs at 9am every morning for a week to raise awareness of SANDS during Baby Loss Awareness Week.


Rural ramblers at Gardens of Easton Lodge raise £3,500 for cancer charity

Rural ramblers at Gardens of Easton Lodge raise £3,500 for cancer charity

Rural ramblers at Gardens of Easton Lodge raise £3,500 for cancer charity

20 October 2021

There were three distance options: 10 miles, 4 miles or a 1-mile family trail, all with a garden visit and cream tea thrown in.


Primary school adopts food bank as its pet cause for a term

Primary school adopts food bank as its pet cause for a term

Primary school adopts food bank as its pet cause for a term

20 October 2021

Volunteers from Bishop's Stortford Food Bank visited Richard Whittington to talk to pupils about their work.


Council to provide food vouchers during school holidays this winter

Council to provide food vouchers during school holidays this winter

Council to provide food vouchers during school holidays this winter

20 October 2021

Herts County Council is using part of its Household Support Fund (HSF) from the Government of £6.172m.


Students put faith into action with food bank donations

Students put faith into action with food bank donations

Students put faith into action with food bank donations

16 October 2021

After a Bible reading from the book of Deuteronomy, teacher Vicki Sweeney talked about how the Christian faith teaches people to help the poor.


Tuck Shop trader Don Patel bows out to tee up some time off

Tuck Shop trader Don Patel bows out to tee up some time off

Tuck Shop trader Don Patel bows out to tee up some time off

15 October 2021

Don Patel, who worked seven days a week to support his customers, announced he is quitting The Tuck Shop in Bell Street after 35 years,.


Karen swaps cake for a charity motoring challenge

Karen swaps cake for a charity motoring challenge

Karen swaps cake for a charity motoring challenge

14 October 2021

Karen Burton and husband Terry are driving a classic Mini around Yorkshire in a three-day event to raise cash for Buttle UK.


Illuminating argument secures floodlight funds

Illuminating argument secures floodlight funds

Illuminating argument secures floodlight funds

14 October 2021

The town council decided to make a £4,200 grant from the Brazier Trust and pay for half of a floodlighting project at the Beldams Lane site.


Town council to referee sports funding competition

Town council to referee sports funding competition

Town council to referee sports funding competition

14 October 2021

Eight contenders have come forward with schemes ranging in cost from £12,595 and £150,000. They total £612,000.


Nina is honoured for her outstanding long service caring for disabled

Nina is honoured for her outstanding long service caring for disabled

Nina is honoured for her outstanding long service caring for disabled

12 October 2021

Nina Collier was working in a nursing home when she came into contact with disability charity Hft staff and the people they supported in Ugley.


Firefighters' invitation to join them on 5k for baby loss charity SANDS

Firefighters' invitation to join them on 5k for baby loss charity SANDS

Firefighters' invitation to join them on 5k for baby loss charity SANDS

12 October 2021

Firefighters are inviting people to join them on their daily 5k run or walk as part of Baby Loss Awareness Week.


London Marathon marvels streets ahead of their charity targets

London Marathon marvels streets ahead of their charity targets

London Marathon marvels streets ahead of their charity targets

08 October 2021

The field of runners from the Indie patch included 'locked in' syndrome survivor Emma Vinyard who ran in aid of Addenbrooke's Hospital.


Sterling effort as golfers raise £10,000 for Archie's US cancer treatment

Sterling effort as golfers raise £10,000 for Archie's US cancer treatment

Sterling effort as golfers raise £10,000 for Archie's US cancer treatment

06 October 2021

The five-year-old, who lives in Newport with identical twin Henry and their parents Harriet and Simon, is getting ready for more radiotherapy.


Mum given a push with London Marathon fundraiser for disabled son

Mum given a push with London Marathon fundraiser for disabled son

Mum given a push with London Marathon fundraiser for disabled son

05 October 2021

Former Bishop's Stortford Running Club member Hannah McIlvenna had low expectations of finishing in a competitive time.


Leukaemia boy's birthday wish fulfilled as he raises £10k for kids with cancer

Leukaemia boy's birthday wish fulfilled as he raises £10k for kids with cancer

Leukaemia boy's birthday wish fulfilled as he raises £10k for kids with cancer

04 October 2021

Pop star George Ezra boosted his 'hero' 9-year-old Arley Fenton's fundraising by posting birthday message on his Twitter page.


Young Ivo's the spur for Sawbridgeworth dad running London Marathon

Young Ivo's the spur for Sawbridgeworth dad running London Marathon

Young Ivo's the spur for Sawbridgeworth dad running London Marathon

04 October 2021

Child Growth Foundation supporter Anthony Leyton’s 8-year-old son has Sotos syndrome, a rare chromosomal condition that results in overgrowth.


Pistons at the Park: Fuel crisis is no barrier to petrolheads

Pistons at the Park: Fuel crisis is no barrier to petrolheads

Pistons at the Park: Fuel crisis is no barrier to petrolheads

01 October 2021

The autumn edition of the twice-yearly showcase of classic cars and supercars at Thremhall Park had 250 motors on display.


Crash victim ready to race for medics who got him running again

Crash victim ready to race for medics who got him running again

Crash victim ready to race for medics who got him running again

01 October 2021

Ian Morrissey, 56, who broke his ankle and wrist in a motorbike accident, will undertake the 26.2-mile race on Sunday (October 3).


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