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Councils join forces to boost trade in eight towns including Stortford

Councils join forces to boost trade in eight towns including Stortford

Councils join forces to boost trade in eight towns including Stortford

24 May 2021

Digital advertising van to tour East Herts and North Herts as part of marketing campaign, and newsletter to drop through every letterbox.


Where to get walk-in Covid jabs in Herts and West Essex this weekend

Where to get walk-in Covid jabs in Herts and West Essex this weekend

Where to get walk-in Covid jabs in Herts and West Essex this weekend

21 May 2021

Avanti Meadows school in Stortford and Lister Medical Centre in Harlow among 10 locations where eligible people can just turn up for vaccinations.


End of the road for traffic restrictions – but which one might be staying?

End of the road for traffic restrictions – but which one might be staying?

End of the road for traffic restrictions – but which one might be staying?

19 May 2021

Most of the controversial social distancing measures in Stortford town centre can be removed, says Herts County Council.


Indian variants detected in Herts as Covid lockdown restrictions ease

Indian variants detected in Herts as Covid lockdown restrictions ease

Indian variants detected in Herts as Covid lockdown restrictions ease

19 May 2021

Hertfordshire's director of public health director bracing for "significant surge" in Covid cases but says it is not inevitable.


Buffalo Joe's opening feeds the view that Stortford is thriving despite Covid losses

Buffalo Joe's opening feeds the view that Stortford is thriving despite Covid losses

Buffalo Joe's opening feeds the view that Stortford is thriving despite Covid losses

15 May 2021

BID manager Gina Thomas: "Whilst we have a few empty properties... these will provide opportunities for other new businesses to come in."


Stansted set to welcome back more passengers as non-essential travel resumes

Stansted set to welcome back more passengers as non-essential travel resumes

Stansted set to welcome back more passengers as non-essential travel resumes

14 May 2021

Portugal is the airport's only destination on the Government's green list for international flights from Monday (May 17).


Walk-in Covid-19 jabs on offer to over-40s in Bishop's Stortford

Walk-in Covid-19 jabs on offer to over-40s in Bishop's Stortford

Walk-in Covid-19 jabs on offer to over-40s in Bishop's Stortford

12 May 2021

Avanti Meadows centre offering first AstraZeneca jab to walk-ins Friday to Sunday or Pfizer vaccine which must be booked online or by calling 119.


Bishop's Stortford football club jab centre operation set for transfer

Bishop's Stortford football club jab centre operation set for transfer

Bishop's Stortford football club jab centre operation set for transfer

12 May 2021

Town's GPs to hand over running to Herts Community NHS Trust that runs vaccination clinic at Avanti Meadows Primary School.


Thirst Youth Café's £6,450 boost after insurance staff's nomination

Thirst Youth Café's £6,450 boost after insurance staff's nomination

Thirst Youth Café's £6,450 boost after insurance staff's nomination

10 May 2021

Bishop's Stortford Youth Project has seen rise in demand for its services in pandemic as young people are feeling anxious, lonely and vulnerable.


PAH scientist nominated for national award for her work in pandemic

PAH scientist nominated for national award for her work in pandemic

PAH scientist nominated for national award for her work in pandemic

08 May 2021

Donna Morris, who works at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, is one of three finalists in her category in the Advancing Healthcare Awards.


Stansted Airport ready for take-off with Covid-19 clearance

Stansted Airport ready for take-off with Covid-19 clearance

Stansted Airport ready for take-off with Covid-19 clearance

03 May 2021

Stansted is the first UK airport to receive official assurance recognition outside of three participants of a pilot scheme.


Welcome back! Revamped centre opens doors to senior citizens

Welcome back! Revamped centre opens doors to senior citizens

Welcome back! Revamped centre opens doors to senior citizens

25 April 2021

The New Apton Centre welcomed people back with an extra new lounge furnished through donations from local firms.


Reopening of non-essential shops sparks boom time for charities

Reopening of non-essential shops sparks boom time for charities

Reopening of non-essential shops sparks boom time for charities

24 April 2021

Scope has reported a 252% increase in predicted sales and 97% uplift in donations brought in to the shop in Devoils Lane, Bishop's Stortford.


Stansted Airport boss urges Government to scrap test plans for travellers

Stansted Airport boss urges Government to scrap test plans for travellers

Stansted Airport boss urges Government to scrap test plans for travellers

22 April 2021

Currently, the Government proposes that all passengers – even those returning from the lowest risk 'green' destinations – will have to be screened.


Doctor who 'faced death' with Covid supports hospice that cares for his terminally ill patients

Doctor who 'faced death' with Covid supports hospice that cares for his terminally ill patients

Doctor who 'faced death' with Covid supports hospice that cares for his terminally ill patients

22 April 2021

Consultant from Takeley shaves head for St Clare on anniversary of falling ill with virus – and runs 10k on anniversary of discharge from hospital.


Funding questions for Old River Lane cinema plans

Funding questions for Old River Lane cinema plans

Funding questions for Old River Lane cinema plans

21 April 2021

Critics say a £6m grant and £3.6m interest-free loan came with conditions, including a requirement that the development includes a 'theatre'.


Town's farewell to servant who lived and died alone but was known and loved by all

Town's farewell to servant who lived and died alone but was known and loved by all

Town's farewell to servant who lived and died alone but was known and loved by all

17 April 2021

Sawbridgeworth residents line streets for 'Terry the Sweep', whose funeral and burial were funded through £4,000 raised online.


Traders told to be proud as they get back to business

Traders told to be proud as they get back to business

Traders told to be proud as they get back to business

17 April 2021

Cafés and pubs opened their doors for customers outside, while shops welcomed back regulars indoors.


MP Marson's Commons innings for Government in Finance Bill debate

MP Marson's Commons innings for Government in Finance Bill debate

MP Marson's Commons innings for Government in Finance Bill debate

16 April 2021

"It gives us the pitch we need, as the economy's groundsman, to withstand bouncers and strength to knock the ball... over the boundary."


Herts County Council takes control of Covid-19 contact tracing

Herts County Council takes control of Covid-19 contact tracing

Herts County Council takes control of Covid-19 contact tracing

16 April 2021

The Local-O service – consisting of teams from the county and district councils – is now primarily responsible rather than NHS Test and Trace.


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