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Hatfield Forest's café and shop to close during coronavirus pandemic

Hatfield Forest's café and shop to close during coronavirus pandemic

Hatfield Forest's café and shop to close during coronavirus pandemic

19 March 2020

The National Trust will, where possible, open as many of its gardens and parks for free, but close its houses, cafes and shops.


Coronavirus: Stansted Day Centre and Saffron Walden Museum shut

Coronavirus: Stansted Day Centre and Saffron Walden Museum shut

Coronavirus: Stansted Day Centre and Saffron Walden Museum shut

17 March 2020

Uttlesford District Council says it has switched to an emergency planning mode of working.


Try some 'citizen science' at Hatfield Forest

Try some 'citizen science' at Hatfield Forest

Try some 'citizen science' at Hatfield Forest

15 March 2020

Hatfield Forest is steadily coming back to life after its winter slumbers.


Council to splash £50,000 to keep Castle Park pool open two extra days a year

Council to splash £50,000 to keep Castle Park pool open two extra days a year

Council to splash £50,000 to keep Castle Park pool open two extra days a year

13 March 2020

New, wider pipe will enable it to refill splash pool in half the 24 hours it currently takes following contamination incident such as soiled nappy.


Bad weather holds up work on A120 Little Hadham bypass

Bad weather holds up work on A120 Little Hadham bypass

Bad weather holds up work on A120 Little Hadham bypass

13 March 2020

Contractor gets green light from East Herts Council environmental health team to extend working hours from 7am to 10pm weekdays and 7am-7pm weekends.


Stansted Airport begins airspace consultation with new web portal

Stansted Airport begins airspace consultation with new web portal

Stansted Airport begins airspace consultation with new web portal

12 March 2020

Manchester Airports Group has set up a digital portal so residents and other stakeholders can track the progress of proposals and have their say.


Herts County Council to ferry our waste to other counties

Herts County Council to ferry our waste to other counties

Herts County Council to ferry our waste to other counties

12 March 2020

Authority faces challenge to dispose of residents' waste after Government blocked schemes for energy recovery facilities in Hatfield then Hoddesdon.


Extinction Rebellion takes climate crisis battle to Barclays in Bishop's Stortford

Extinction Rebellion takes climate crisis battle to Barclays in Bishop's Stortford

Extinction Rebellion takes climate crisis battle to Barclays in Bishop's Stortford

11 March 2020

Mop-wielding activists spruced up the North Street branch to highlight the bank's 'dirty' investment in companies fuelling the climate crisis.


Herts district councils join forces to fight for infrastructure

Herts district councils join forces to fight for infrastructure

Herts district councils join forces to fight for infrastructure

10 March 2020

Councillor Linda Haysey, leader of East Herts Council, said: "It is fantastic that Three Rivers have now signed the memorandum of understanding."


Ben warms up for 7,455-mile Africa walk with 24-hour Stortford stroll

Ben warms up for 7,455-mile Africa walk with 24-hour Stortford stroll

Ben warms up for 7,455-mile Africa walk with 24-hour Stortford stroll

07 March 2020

Former Leventhorpe and TBSHS student and ex-Royal Marine Commando Ben Cook covered 53 miles – and four hardy souls completed the challenge with him.


£46m pot to plug holes in Hertfordshire's road network

£46m pot to plug holes in Hertfordshire's road network

£46m pot to plug holes in Hertfordshire's road network

06 March 2020

This year's funding includes £8m for local roads, as the latest part of a five-year, £37m programme targeted on those smaller routes.


Uttlesford's leader welcomes climate defeat for Heathrow

Uttlesford's leader welcomes climate defeat for Heathrow

Uttlesford's leader welcomes climate defeat for Heathrow

05 March 2020

Judges ruled that the Government’s decision to allow Heathrow expansion was unlawful because it did not take climate commitments into account.


Learn about the Hundred Parishes at talk in Bishop's Stortford

Learn about the Hundred Parishes at talk in Bishop's Stortford

Learn about the Hundred Parishes at talk in Bishop's Stortford

04 March 2020

An illustrated talk will be given by Ken McDonald at the AGM of the Bishop's Stortford and District Footpaths Association.


Root and branch opposition to tree felling for multi-storey car park

Root and branch opposition to tree felling for multi-storey car park

Root and branch opposition to tree felling for multi-storey car park

04 March 2020

East Herts Council is clearing the way for construction of a six-storey, 546-space car park at Northgate End.


Thorn Grove teams up with Intercounty for a flipping good fundraiser

Thorn Grove teams up with Intercounty for a flipping good fundraiser

Thorn Grove teams up with Intercounty for a flipping good fundraiser

02 March 2020

he North Street business has provided a yellow donation bin so families can hand over good quality used books.


Town councillors' fears over Kecksy's Farm housing development

Town councillors' fears over Kecksy's Farm housing development

Town councillors' fears over Kecksy's Farm housing development

29 February 2020

Councillors were critical of the SAWB4 development by Countryside Properties planned for Kecksy’s Farm.


Call for car-free town centre by 2030 – but is the transport revolution under way?

Call for car-free town centre by 2030 – but is the transport revolution under way?

Call for car-free town centre by 2030 – but is the transport revolution under way?

28 February 2020

Indie GreenWatch columnist Louise Tennekoon investigates efforts in Stortford to get us out of our cars and onto buses, bicycles and our feet.


Extinction Rebellion to target 'dirty' bank in Bishop's Stortford

Extinction Rebellion to target 'dirty' bank in Bishop's Stortford

Extinction Rebellion to target 'dirty' bank in Bishop's Stortford

28 February 2020

The climate crisis protestors will 'clean up' the Barclays branch in North Street on Saturday to highlight fossil fuel industry investments.


Dogs and owners adopt St Clare Hospice as their pet project

Dogs and owners adopt St Clare Hospice as their pet project

Dogs and owners adopt St Clare Hospice as their pet project

26 February 2020

Participants in the charity's annual Winter Walkies event completed a 5k route through the countryside near the hospice.


Stansted raises express set-down charge to £5 to drive down motorists' 'kiss and fly' trips

Stansted raises express set-down charge to £5 to drive down motorists' 'kiss and fly' trips

Stansted raises express set-down charge to £5 to drive down motorists' 'kiss and fly' trips

26 February 2020

20% rise in charge is part of a sustainable transport drive by the airport which also includes a new purpose-built electric vehicle charging station.


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