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How the tragedy of my father's death led me to living the life that I love

How the tragedy of my father's death led me to living the life that I love

How the tragedy of my father's death led me to living the life that I love

26 January 2020

Lian Brook-Tyler, a Stortford primary school mum who lives in Farnham, writes a new column, Wild&Happy, for the Indie. This is her story...


Get your binoculars out – it’s time for the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch

Get your binoculars out – it’s time for the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch

Get your binoculars out – it’s time for the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch

24 January 2020

Green Watch columnist Louise Tennekoon and her family are looking forward to the world's largest wildlife survey this weekend (January 25-27)


Taking a turn through town to spot some urban dwellers

Taking a turn through town to spot some urban dwellers

Taking a turn through town to spot some urban dwellers

19 January 2020

Nature Notes writer Jono Forgham strolls into Stortford town centre and spots plenty of wildlife - even if the subjects don't always pose for photos


Clean bill for pond as group aims to woo back ducks

Clean bill for pond as group aims to woo back ducks

Clean bill for pond as group aims to woo back ducks

01 January 2020

Carolyn Devonshire, of Allens Green revealed how the pond at the junction of Parsonage Lane and Spellbrook Lane West, was polluted.


New woodland garden for neuro centres

New woodland garden for neuro centres

New woodland garden for neuro centres

29 June 2019

The Friends of Sawbridgeworth Neuro Centres has transformed a bramble covered wasteland into a tranquil woodland for residents to enjoy.


The Stansted couple who mean bees-ness when it comes to saving the honeybee

The Stansted couple who mean bees-ness when it comes to saving the honeybee

The Stansted couple who mean bees-ness when it comes to saving the honeybee

01 June 2019

Customers are swarming to Kevin Hancock's Gardeners' Beehive invention, which means anyone can host a bee colony without becoming a beekeeper


Spring forward with a trip to Hatfield Forest

Spring forward with a trip to Hatfield Forest

Spring forward with a trip to Hatfield Forest

22 April 2019

Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hatfield-forest for more details.


Sowing seeds with love over six decades

Sowing seeds with love over six decades

Sowing seeds with love over six decades

20 April 2019

A blooming lovely bunch of floral fanatics from the Herts & Essex Boundary Flower Club are celebrating their diamond anniversary this spring.


Blooming marvellous! £2m lottery grant for Castle Park improvement project

Blooming marvellous! £2m lottery grant for Castle Park improvement project

Blooming marvellous! £2m lottery grant for Castle Park improvement project

17 January 2019

Vision includes new events area, cafe, toilets, tennis courts, recreation space for teens, castle mound improvements and new bridge over River Stort


Celebrate Hallowe'en at the Gardens of Easton Lodge

Celebrate Hallowe'en at the Gardens of Easton Lodge

Celebrate Hallowe'en at the Gardens of Easton Lodge

12 October 2017

Enjoy a Spooktacular Hallowe'en at the Gardens of Easton Lodge's activity day this weekend.


Bishop's Stortford residents emerge to find tree blown onto two cars

Bishop's Stortford residents emerge to find tree blown onto two cars

Bishop's Stortford residents emerge to find tree blown onto two cars

11 October 2017

A tree fell onto two cars parked in Benhooks Avenue, Bishop's Stortford, in the early hours of last Wednesday (October 4).


Town council completes work on hidden Stortford park

Town council completes work on hidden Stortford park

Town council completes work on hidden Stortford park

09 October 2017

A £10,000 upgrade of a hidden Bishop's Stortford oasis is almost complete.


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