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Scientists help shape signage for safe Stortford town centre streets

Scientists help shape signage for safe Stortford town centre streets

Scientists help shape signage for safe Stortford town centre streets

04 June 2020

Hertfordshire County Council has fleshed out its strategy for making the streets safe.


SuPaw Nanny wins Covid-19 cash from East Herts

SuPaw Nanny wins Covid-19 cash from East Herts

SuPaw Nanny wins Covid-19 cash from East Herts

30 May 2020

The discretionary grant scheme is aimed at traders who can demonstrate a significant fall in income because of the Covid-19 crisis.


Union calls for loans from Government to save jobs at Stansted Airport

Union calls for loans from Government to save jobs at Stansted Airport

Union calls for loans from Government to save jobs at Stansted Airport

29 May 2020

The airport is the region's largest single-site employer, with 1,765 people directly employed and over 10,200 people working for nearly 200 companies.


Coronavirus: Councils back extra support for Citizens Advice team

Coronavirus: Councils back extra support for Citizens Advice team

Coronavirus: Councils back extra support for Citizens Advice team

28 May 2020

It costs East Herts Citizens Advice around £225,000 a year to provide free advice about debt, consumer and legal problems, benefits and relationships.


Pizza restaurateur adds burger bar to his menu in Bishop's Stortford

Pizza restaurateur adds burger bar to his menu in Bishop's Stortford

Pizza restaurateur adds burger bar to his menu in Bishop's Stortford

23 May 2020

Chris Sharman opened DOUGH&co in the former McDonald's in Anchor Street and is now set to launch Burger Amour in the former KFC next door.


Spoons to fork out for at least 1,750 extra staff as it prepares to reopen

Spoons to fork out for at least 1,750 extra staff as it prepares to reopen

Spoons to fork out for at least 1,750 extra staff as it prepares to reopen

22 May 2020

JD Wetherspoon's reopening plan includes separate entrances and exits, daily health checks for employees and staff handling all glasses by the base.


Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey reopens show homes at Stortford Fields

Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey reopens show homes at Stortford Fields

Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey reopens show homes at Stortford Fields

21 May 2020

For potential buyers, Perspex screens and marker guides have been installed for social distancing.


Eat17 makes its home delivery service even snappier with app

Eat17 makes its home delivery service even snappier with app

Eat17 makes its home delivery service even snappier with app

21 May 2020

Customers can use their mobile phones to order a much wider range of products from the independent supermarket chain.


Stortford MP votes against Tory colleague's agriculture Bill amendment

Stortford MP votes against Tory colleague's agriculture Bill amendment

Stortford MP votes against Tory colleague's agriculture Bill amendment

18 May 2020

Julie Marson rejected North Dorset MP's amendment which he argued would guarantee post-Brexit food standards as UK quits Common Agricultural Policy.


Eat 17 extends groceries delivery service to Dunmow and Sawbridgeworth

Eat 17 extends groceries delivery service to Dunmow and Sawbridgeworth

Eat 17 extends groceries delivery service to Dunmow and Sawbridgeworth

24 April 2020

The Potter Street supermarket sprang into action at the start of the coronavirus crisis by distributing to homes in Bishop's Stortford and Stansted.


Online guide to make sure PPE is up to scratch for NHS staff in Hertfordshire

Online guide to make sure PPE is up to scratch for NHS staff in Hertfordshire

Online guide to make sure PPE is up to scratch for NHS staff in Hertfordshire

21 April 2020

Hertfordshire Local Resilience Forum (LRF) is reviewing the availability and supply of PPE for all health and care providers across the county.


Online push to release sky lanterns in support of the NHS comes under fire

Online push to release sky lanterns in support of the NHS comes under fire

Online push to release sky lanterns in support of the NHS comes under fire

15 April 2020

Rural lobby group Countryside Alliance urges people not to buy them and instead donate the money they would have spent to the NHS.


B&M and Clarks in Stortford safe from round of national store closures

B&M and Clarks in Stortford safe from round of national store closures

B&M and Clarks in Stortford safe from round of national store closures

07 April 2020

A spokeswoman confirmed that the B&M branch in South Street, opened in February 2018 by then mayor Cllr George Cutting, is staying open.


Tesco boosts community with £30m coronavirus crisis aid package

Tesco boosts community with £30m coronavirus crisis aid package

Tesco boosts community with £30m coronavirus crisis aid package

02 April 2020

The supermarket giant’s aid includes a £2m Bags of Help Covid-19 Community Fund to support as many groups as possible with grants of £500.


Town council says market will continue during coronavirus pandemic

Town council says market will continue during coronavirus pandemic

Town council says market will continue during coronavirus pandemic

02 April 2020

Only those stalls offering essential retail, such as groceries and food, can set up a pitch.


Government to clamp down on fake news

Government to clamp down on fake news

Government to clamp down on fake news

01 April 2020

The spread of spoof stories and scams related to coronavirus has prompted the government to take action.


One-stop shop: All our supermarkets' opening times, access services and product limits

One-stop shop: All our supermarkets' opening times, access services and product limits

One-stop shop: All our supermarkets' opening times, access services and product limits

31 March 2020

Former Bishop's Stortford High School student designs website that provides at-a-glance details of 'big 9' supermarkets during coronavirus crisis.


GoGetters launches telephone ordering and free delivery for elderly and vulnerable

GoGetters launches telephone ordering and free delivery for elderly and vulnerable

GoGetters launches telephone ordering and free delivery for elderly and vulnerable

29 March 2020

GoGetters launched in Stortford last August and now co-founder Owen Barrow, 22, is diversifying to help those worst hit by the coronavirus lockdown.


Naughty Naans and Twisted Cellar work together to survive coronavirus crisis

Naughty Naans and Twisted Cellar work together to survive coronavirus crisis

Naughty Naans and Twisted Cellar work together to survive coronavirus crisis

26 March 2020

Eat 17 street food vendor teams up with South Street wine, beer and spirits trader to offer takeaway deal that's the 'perfect naughty night in'.


Fishmonger in Stortford's Eat 17 store offering free home deliveries

Fishmonger in Stortford's Eat 17 store offering free home deliveries

Fishmonger in Stortford's Eat 17 store offering free home deliveries

26 March 2020

The wet fish counter within the Potter Street Spar supermarket remains open for business.


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