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Why it pays for Stortford residents to love their high street

Why it pays for Stortford residents to love their high street

Why it pays for Stortford residents to love their high street

14 April 2021

"For every £1 spent with a local, independent business, between 50p and 70p circulates back into that local economy."


Chief of county's children's services retires

Chief of county's children's services retires

Chief of county's children's services retires

14 April 2021

Jenny Coles is retiring after more than a decade in charge of the department.


Hospice's charity shops reopen in bid to close £1.3m income gap

Hospice's charity shops reopen in bid to close £1.3m income gap

Hospice's charity shops reopen in bid to close £1.3m income gap

13 April 2021

All but one of Isabel Hospice's 16 shops – including two in Stortford and Sawbridgeworth – reopen to shoppers for first time in three months.


Council urges traders to apply for new Covid cash

Council urges traders to apply for new Covid cash

Council urges traders to apply for new Covid cash

12 April 2021

Grants of up to £18,000 for the largest businesses will be allocated to hospitality, accommodation, leisure, personal care and gym premises.


15-minute maximum visit as Bishop's Stortford library reopens

15-minute maximum visit as Bishop's Stortford library reopens

15-minute maximum visit as Bishop's Stortford library reopens

12 April 2021

Users are also asked to scan a QR code or leave their contact details for Covid-19 test and trace purposes.


GP managing football club vaccination programme hails team of volunteers

GP managing football club vaccination programme hails team of volunteers

GP managing football club vaccination programme hails team of volunteers

10 April 2021

Across Herts, 51.54% of the population (536,780) have received at least one dose and in East Herts 54.28% have been jabbed at least once.


'I'll have second AstraZeneca vaccine dose even if blood clots risk is proven'

'I'll have second AstraZeneca vaccine dose even if blood clots risk is proven'

'I'll have second AstraZeneca vaccine dose even if blood clots risk is proven'

09 April 2021

Herts director of public health Professor Jim McManus says he's convinced benefits of jab outweigh any danger.


Stansted bosses call for Government to go further on travelling abroad

Stansted bosses call for Government to go further on travelling abroad

Stansted bosses call for Government to go further on travelling abroad

09 April 2021

"Govt needs to publish which countries will be in green, amber and red categories of 'traffic light' system... and confirm travel can resume May 17."


Free parking offer as BID invites shoppers to 'Discover Stortford'

Free parking offer as BID invites shoppers to 'Discover Stortford'

Free parking offer as BID invites shoppers to 'Discover Stortford'

09 April 2021

For a month from April 12, motorists will be able to use the Causeway car park free from 3pm each Monday and Tuesday.


'Great British summer' key to success of Stortford pubs' reopening

'Great British summer' key to success of Stortford pubs' reopening

'Great British summer' key to success of Stortford pubs' reopening

06 April 2021

Pubs can open their beer gardens from Monday (April 12), with customers restricted to the rule of six and instructed to remain seated.


Stansted boss predicts 'airport has a bright and successful future'

Stansted boss predicts 'airport has a bright and successful future'

Stansted boss predicts 'airport has a bright and successful future'

05 April 2021

"I can't wait to welcome passengers through our doors again and for the terminal to return to the buzzing, thriving hub we all know and love."


Teacher wins national award for her lockdown efforts for her pupils

Teacher wins national award for her lockdown efforts for her pupils

Teacher wins national award for her lockdown efforts for her pupils

05 April 2021

Kate Smith of Windhill21 delivered gold stars to her pupils and even taught those struggling from their driveways or gardens.


Vaccination key to holiday flights returning to Stansted Airport

Vaccination key to holiday flights returning to Stansted Airport

Vaccination key to holiday flights returning to Stansted Airport

03 April 2021

Research carried out for Manchester Airports Group shows passengers could start travelling to more than 130 countries.


Town's churches sending families on the trail of Easter

Town's churches sending families on the trail of Easter

Town's churches sending families on the trail of Easter

02 April 2021

Families are asked to look out for the Truth and Treasure Easter trail posters with QR codes centred around shops open in South Street.


Herts police to step up Covid-19 patrols over Easter weekend

Herts police to step up Covid-19 patrols over Easter weekend

Herts police to step up Covid-19 patrols over Easter weekend

01 April 2021

Chief Superintendent Matt Nicholls, of Hertfordshire Constabulary, said: “Enforcement action remains our last resort.”


Covid-19 continues to batter East Herts Council's finances

Covid-19 continues to batter East Herts Council's finances

Covid-19 continues to batter East Herts Council's finances

31 March 2021

While some departments have saved money, through a recruitment freeze and other economies, the pandemic has plunged others into deficit.


National Express' Stansted Airport services still grounded

National Express' Stansted Airport services still grounded

National Express' Stansted Airport services still grounded

31 March 2021

"The current low level of international travel means airport services will not be not running when we start with our initial limited timetable."


Green campaigners challenge Julie Marson to back eco-bill

Green campaigners challenge Julie Marson to back eco-bill

Green campaigners challenge Julie Marson to back eco-bill

30 March 2021

A group spokeswoman said: "We have made and displayed these banners to tell Julie Marson that we need stronger environmental action."


'I'm confident Old River Lane will benefit our communities for generations'

'I'm confident Old River Lane will benefit our communities for generations'

'I'm confident Old River Lane will benefit our communities for generations'

29 March 2021

Leader Linda Haysey defends East Herts Council's decision to go with a cinema-led arts centre rather than a theatre auditorium.


Premier Court opens doors to residents' loved ones

Premier Court opens doors to residents' loved ones

Premier Court opens doors to residents' loved ones

27 March 2021

Rebecca Pearson, operations director, said: "We understand how important time with loved ones is for our residents' happiness."


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