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Have your say on £56 Herts County Council tax rise

Have your say on £56 Herts County Council tax rise

Have your say on £56 Herts County Council tax rise

13 January 2021

Householders have three weeks to take part in an online consultation before the precept is set on February 23.


East Herts Council appoints consultant for £1.2m business support fund

East Herts Council appoints consultant for £1.2m business support fund

East Herts Council appoints consultant for £1.2m business support fund

07 January 2021

District council appoints Deyton Bell to provide support to companies in form of grants, mentoring, workshops and networking.


Government grants for Empire and Saffron Screen cinemas

Government grants for Empire and Saffron Screen cinemas

Government grants for Empire and Saffron Screen cinemas

21 December 2020

Eligible cinemas were able to apply for safety grants to help venues meet the immediate costs of implementing Covid-secure measures.


Stortford publicans on lookout for 'hospitality tourists' on last night in tier 2

Stortford publicans on lookout for 'hospitality tourists' on last night in tier 2

Stortford publicans on lookout for 'hospitality tourists' on last night in tier 2

18 December 2020

When parts of Hertfordshire moved to tier 3, Pubwatch licensees of tier 2 premises decided not to admit customers from 'very high' alert areas.


Join James for a virtual gin tasting this Christmas

Join James for a virtual gin tasting this Christmas

Join James for a virtual gin tasting this Christmas

18 December 2020

Former Birchwood High School student James Grant's creations have been showcased by In House Tasting.


Town's business manager: 'Help ease tier 3 pain for pubs and restaurants'

Town's business manager: 'Help ease tier 3 pain for pubs and restaurants'

Town's business manager: 'Help ease tier 3 pain for pubs and restaurants'

17 December 2020

Bishop's Stortford BID manager Gina Thomas: “The impact of the move into tier 3 is disastrous for the town’s hospitality businesses."


'Green travel town' bid raises parking concerns for Stortford traders

'Green travel town' bid raises parking concerns for Stortford traders

'Green travel town' bid raises parking concerns for Stortford traders

16 December 2020

Sustainable Travel Town status includes conditions that there is no free parking in town centres and no net gain in spaces.


Council beats Brexit deadline to claim £1.2m business support from EU

Council beats Brexit deadline to claim £1.2m business support from EU

Council beats Brexit deadline to claim £1.2m business support from EU

01 December 2020

Running costs of Launchpad, which offers flexible co-working space at the Causeway in Stortford, will be covered as part of the funding.


Will Arcadia collapse close Dorothy Perkins and Burton in Stortford?

Will Arcadia collapse close Dorothy Perkins and Burton in Stortford?

Will Arcadia collapse close Dorothy Perkins and Burton in Stortford?

30 November 2020

The South Street women's fashion and menswear branches are part of Sir Philip Green's Arcadia empire.


‘Resilient’ businesses in Sawbridgeworth set out stalls for online market

‘Resilient’ businesses in Sawbridgeworth set out stalls for online market

‘Resilient’ businesses in Sawbridgeworth set out stalls for online market

27 November 2020

Traders are being helped by a virtual Christmas market and a Shop Local campaign launched by the town council.


Tier 2 restrictions are sobering prospect for Stortford pubs and bars

Tier 2 restrictions are sobering prospect for Stortford pubs and bars

Tier 2 restrictions are sobering prospect for Stortford pubs and bars

26 November 2020

"We're pleased we're not under Tier 3 in Bishop's Stortford. However, we're still facing total uncertainty here at Twisted Cellar."


Councils' £132,000 safer shopping measures for their town centres

Councils' £132,000 safer shopping measures for their town centres

Councils' £132,000 safer shopping measures for their town centres

25 November 2020

As well as a Shop Safe Shop Local campaign, the money will pay for new planters, barriers, signs and sanitisers in East and North Herts.


New quarantine rules are a relief for Stansted Airport

New quarantine rules are a relief for Stansted Airport

New quarantine rules are a relief for Stansted Airport

24 November 2020

Travellers will be able to end self-isolation after five days, rather than the 14 currently required, from December 15 if they obtain a private test.


Stortford MP welcomes £8m Covid-19 grant for Stansted Airport

Stortford MP welcomes £8m Covid-19 grant for Stansted Airport

Stortford MP welcomes £8m Covid-19 grant for Stansted Airport

24 November 2020

The money is the equivalent of the Uttlesford hub’s business rates bill for this year and part of £100m support for UK airports.


Stansted Airport terminal shutting at 5pm as latest lockdown limits flights

Stansted Airport terminal shutting at 5pm as latest lockdown limits flights

Stansted Airport terminal shutting at 5pm as latest lockdown limits flights

18 November 2020

The 12-hour shutdown each day is in response to the Government's current lockdown and ban on international travel.


Herts health boss fears tougher restrictions for county when lockdown ends

Herts health boss fears tougher restrictions for county when lockdown ends

Herts health boss fears tougher restrictions for county when lockdown ends

18 November 2020

Shoppers told to play their part in Hertfordshire's Covid-19 crisis as infection rates rise across all 10 districts.


Hairdresser warns over cuts to Government lockdown aid

Hairdresser warns over cuts to Government lockdown aid

Hairdresser warns over cuts to Government lockdown aid

06 November 2020

Stephen Ruddock says grants won't cover rents, and employers must pay NI contributions and pensions in the latest furlough scheme.


Citizens Advice announces pop-up plans for old Argos store in Stortford

Citizens Advice announces pop-up plans for old Argos store in Stortford

Citizens Advice announces pop-up plans for old Argos store in Stortford

04 November 2020

During the pandemic, the organisation has helped over 5,000 people and chief executive Laura Hyde says further changes are on the way


Fears of further job losses as Stansted boss slams Government strategy

Fears of further job losses as Stansted boss slams Government strategy

Fears of further job losses as Stansted boss slams Government strategy

02 November 2020

Holidays both in England and abroad will be banned at least until December 2; the only travel exemptions are for work or education.


County council 'understands strength of feeling around holiday hunger'

County council 'understands strength of feeling around holiday hunger'

County council 'understands strength of feeling around holiday hunger'

27 October 2020

Cllr Teresa Heritage was responding to calls for the Government to extend free school meals throughout holidays.


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