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Unsung Hero Award nomination for chair of Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust’s Patient Panel

Unsung Hero Award nomination for chair of Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust’s Patient Panel

Unsung Hero Award nomination for chair of Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust’s Patient Panel

26 January 2024

Ann Nutt works tirelessly for patients by organising conferences to raise awareness of health issues in the community and collaborating with staff.


Councillors’ funding for community projects in Herts set for 50% cut

Councillors’ funding for community projects in Herts set for 50% cut

Councillors’ funding for community projects in Herts set for 50% cut

17 January 2024

Currently, all 78 Herts county councillors are allocated £10,000 a year each for grants that support social, economic or environmental well-being.


Hertfordshire County Council’s cabinet backs 4.99% council tax rise

Hertfordshire County Council’s cabinet backs 4.99% council tax rise

Hertfordshire County Council’s cabinet backs 4.99% council tax rise

17 January 2024

If approved, overall spending on services like education, social services, highways and public health would increase from April to £1.1bn.


Stansted bucks trend to offer Pharmacy First support

Stansted bucks trend to offer Pharmacy First support

Stansted bucks trend to offer Pharmacy First support

17 January 2024

Peacock Pharmacy has begun operating the Government’s Pharmacy First scheme amid concerns about the closure of chemists across Essex.


Health watchdog removes ambulance service from special measures

Health watchdog removes ambulance service from special measures

Health watchdog removes ambulance service from special measures

15 January 2024

Chief executive Tom Abell said: “This is a major milestone for EEAST and it’s all down to the hard work and commitment of our people.”


‘Priority action’ to tackle Hertfordshire’s failure to properly support SEND children

‘Priority action’ to tackle Hertfordshire’s failure to properly support SEND children

‘Priority action’ to tackle Hertfordshire’s failure to properly support SEND children

12 January 2024

An inspection – published in November – found too many children were waiting too long for their needs to be met and for provision to be put in place.


Herts County Council money chief warns of ‘extremely serious’ financial position

Herts County Council money chief warns of ‘extremely serious’ financial position

Herts County Council money chief warns of ‘extremely serious’ financial position

10 January 2024

County council seeks to balance £1.1bn budget for 2024-25 with maximum 4.99% council tax rise, £46m savings and £13m from its reserves.


Cards for Bravery charity champ Katie honoured with British Citizen Award

Cards for Bravery charity champ Katie honoured with British Citizen Award

Cards for Bravery charity champ Katie honoured with British Citizen Award

09 January 2024

The 22-year-old founder of Cards For Bravery said getting the award was “incredible” and a “true testament to my dedication to my volunteering work”.


Dad who was told his brain cancer was panic attack is training for London Marathon

Dad who was told his brain cancer was panic attack is training for London Marathon

Dad who was told his brain cancer was panic attack is training for London Marathon

08 January 2024

Ed Lewis: “I was being treated for anxiety and depression and was told I was experiencing a form of panic attack.”


Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust recognised for supporting veterans

Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust recognised for supporting veterans

Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust recognised for supporting veterans

08 January 2024

The trust provides support for patients with mental ill health, learning disabilities and autism across Hertfordshire, and Essex.


Buntingford on the brink? Community responds to council cuts

Buntingford on the brink? Community responds to council cuts

Buntingford on the brink? Community responds to council cuts

08 January 2024

“There are positives – we are still here. It’s an incredible community. It’s not quite what it used to be, but maybe that’s grey clouds.”


Mask plea to hospital patients and visitors as Covid infections rise

Mask plea to hospital patients and visitors as Covid infections rise

Mask plea to hospital patients and visitors as Covid infections rise

04 January 2024

In England, between December 3 and 9, a total of 5,975 people had a positive coronavirus result – up 38.6% on the previous seven days.


Greater Anglia is offering free stickers for visually impaired customers’ rail smartcards

Greater Anglia is offering free stickers for visually impaired customers’ rail smartcards

Greater Anglia is offering free stickers for visually impaired customers’ rail smartcards

03 January 2024

Rebecca Richardson said: “It is important that we tackle all barriers which make rail travel difficult for disabled people.”


Trained chefs to offer healthy eating lessons in Uttlesford

Trained chefs to offer healthy eating lessons in Uttlesford

Trained chefs to offer healthy eating lessons in Uttlesford

02 January 2024

Uttlesford’s Enterprise East Group CIC has been given a grant to run a series of weekly workshops.


St Clare Hospice joins forces with MND Association to host a monthly coffee morning

St Clare Hospice joins forces with MND Association to host a monthly coffee morning

St Clare Hospice joins forces with MND Association to host a monthly coffee morning

02 January 2024

On the second Friday of the month, MND Association volunteers will be at Café Clare so guests can find out how the two charities can support them.


Elsenham family fundraising so six-year-old Nicolai will have chance to speak

Elsenham family fundraising so six-year-old Nicolai will have chance to speak

Elsenham family fundraising so six-year-old Nicolai will have chance to speak

01 January 2024

Life-changing therapy for six-year-old Nicolai Feddersen will cost more than £7,000


Have your say on plans for Stortford’s new hospital centre in Epping

Have your say on plans for Stortford’s new hospital centre in Epping

Have your say on plans for Stortford’s new hospital centre in Epping

22 December 2023

MP Julie Marson had boasted to constituents that a ‘full and complete’ CDC would operate at Herts and Essex Hospital.


Striking PAH junior doctors set to continue action in January

Striking PAH junior doctors set to continue action in January

Striking PAH junior doctors set to continue action in January

22 December 2023

NHS trust bosses warn of “significantly fewer” medics on duty and disruption to services as a result.


Hertfordshire police to limit time spent accompanying mental health patients in hospital

Hertfordshire police to limit time spent accompanying mental health patients in hospital

Hertfordshire police to limit time spent accompanying mental health patients in hospital

21 December 2023

The force says it is possible to wait for around 19 hours to hand over a single patient – detained under the Mental Health Act – to medical staff.


Swimming club holds last session before East Herts Council closes pool

Swimming club holds last session before East Herts Council closes pool

Swimming club holds last session before East Herts Council closes pool

19 December 2023

East Herts Council cannot afford the £543,550 bill to bring Ward Freman pool in Buntingford up to standard.


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