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Leukaemia survivor aiming to shine a light on blood cancer awareness

Leukaemia survivor aiming to shine a light on blood cancer awareness

Leukaemia survivor aiming to shine a light on blood cancer awareness

24 September 2021

Part of Lesley Calder's plan to get back to fitness includes taking part in the Shine Night Walk marathon in London.


Pools filled as new Grange Paddocks Leisure Centre nears opening

Pools filled as new Grange Paddocks Leisure Centre nears opening

Pools filled as new Grange Paddocks Leisure Centre nears opening

23 September 2021

The next big visual change for East Herts Council's £20m centre due to open this autumn will be installation of 'water confidence zone' equipment.


Princess Alexandra Hospital to reinstate parking charges

Princess Alexandra Hospital to reinstate parking charges

Princess Alexandra Hospital to reinstate parking charges

23 September 2021

Decision to cease free parking follows end of Government funding to support hospitals which waived charges at start of Covid-19 pandemic.


PAH medic's cardiac arrest prediction research presented to national forum

PAH medic's cardiac arrest prediction research presented to national forum

PAH medic's cardiac arrest prediction research presented to national forum

22 September 2021

Matthew Ibrahim, lead resuscitation practitioner at the Harlow NHS trust, presented to the Health Service Journal's Patient Safety Congress.


Children's choir spreads life-saving organ donation message

Children's choir spreads life-saving organ donation message

Children's choir spreads life-saving organ donation message

21 September 2021

This Organ Donation Week (Sept 20-26) more than 7,000 people, including 71 in Hertfordshire, are predicted to be in need of a transplant.


East Herts and West Essex in poorly state for patient numbers treated

East Herts and West Essex in poorly state for patient numbers treated

East Herts and West Essex in poorly state for patient numbers treated

17 September 2021

West Essex CCG third worst and East & North Herts CCG eighth worst in England in terms of proportion of patients treated – around 3 out of 1,000.


High demand sees Stortford's minor injuries unit shut for 90 minutes

High demand sees Stortford's minor injuries unit shut for 90 minutes

High demand sees Stortford's minor injuries unit shut for 90 minutes

13 September 2021

Patients were triaged to ascertain if they could wait, go elsewhere or come back another day.


Memorial family fun golf day at Ash Valley tees up funds for hospice

Memorial family fun golf day at Ash Valley tees up funds for hospice

Memorial family fun golf day at Ash Valley tees up funds for hospice

13 September 2021

Keith Bassett was supported by Isabel Hospice before his death in 2011 after a two-year battle with prostate and secondary bone cancer.


Campaigners call for ban on Stansted Airport night flights

Campaigners call for ban on Stansted Airport night flights

Campaigners call for ban on Stansted Airport night flights

08 September 2021

The Government is consulting on its plans to continue to allow an average of 37 flights a night – between 11.30pm and 6am – until 2025.


Video calls and message service keep patients in touch with family and friends

Video calls and message service keep patients in touch with family and friends

Video calls and message service keep patients in touch with family and friends

05 September 2021

Virtual Visiting taking place as Covid-19 restrictions remain at Herts and Essex, Princess Alexandra and St Margaret's hospitals.


Granddaughter's fight to get 99-year-old Maud into care home after fall

Granddaughter's fight to get 99-year-old Maud into care home after fall

Granddaughter's fight to get 99-year-old Maud into care home after fall

03 September 2021

Gemma Hughes battled with council after being told her nan would be discharged from hospital back to her flat with some care but none from 7pm-7am.


Holi's trip to Germany for life-changing op a 'rollercoaster time'

Holi's trip to Germany for life-changing op a 'rollercoaster time'

Holi's trip to Germany for life-changing op a 'rollercoaster time'

27 August 2021

Suzanne Kingston, of Sawbridgeworth, says her 16-year-old daughter has made a great recovery after major surgery abroad.


Council ready to manage Covid outbreaks as schools return

Council ready to manage Covid outbreaks as schools return

Council ready to manage Covid outbreaks as schools return

26 August 2021

Youngsters returning to secondaries as September starts will have to complete three lateral flow tests in their first week back.


Walk-in Covid-19 jabs begin in Stortford for 16- and 17-year-olds

Walk-in Covid-19 jabs begin in Stortford for 16- and 17-year-olds

Walk-in Covid-19 jabs begin in Stortford for 16- and 17-year-olds

16 August 2021

The teens can get their first dose of the Pfizer jab at Bishop's Stortford Football Club's stadium in Woodside, off Dunmow Road.


Public health chief hopes new self-isolation rules will boost jab rates

Public health chief hopes new self-isolation rules will boost jab rates

Public health chief hopes new self-isolation rules will boost jab rates

16 August 2021

Those who are double-jabbed or under 18 will not have to quarantine for 10 days if they come into close contact with a positive Covid-19 case.


'Attempts to get back to normal are not proving straightforward'

'Attempts to get back to normal are not proving straightforward'

'Attempts to get back to normal are not proving straightforward'

16 August 2021

Parkinality columnist Julie Walker on coming to terms with the world post-lockdown


Hubs reopen for physical and mental health help

Hubs reopen for physical and mental health help

Hubs reopen for physical and mental health help

08 August 2021

Cllr Morris Bright said: "We are committed to ensuring that our residents have the opportunity to live healthy lives for as long as possible."


'My dad and I were best friends and I can't think of a lovelier way to remember him'

'My dad and I were best friends and I can't think of a lovelier way to remember him'

'My dad and I were best friends and I can't think of a lovelier way to remember him'

07 August 2021

Michelle Acres has commemorated cardiac arrest casualty Ronald Cole on the British Heart Foundation's Heart of Steel monument.


Hotel 'fertility retreat' for couples struggling to conceive

Hotel 'fertility retreat' for couples struggling to conceive

Hotel 'fertility retreat' for couples struggling to conceive

05 August 2021

Sarah Day decided Down Hall Hotel and Spa was the perfect place to host her new venture.


Man who saved karate black belt friend's life short-listed for award

Man who saved karate black belt friend's life short-listed for award

Man who saved karate black belt friend's life short-listed for award

04 August 2021

Bishop's Stortford Kyokushin Karate instructor Stephen Hare used CPR when Mark Kingsland suffered cardiac arrest.


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