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Brexit: The Frenchwoman who's finally settled her status to stay in Stortford

Brexit: The Frenchwoman who's finally settled her status to stay in Stortford

Brexit: The Frenchwoman who's finally settled her status to stay in Stortford

28 July 2020

Bishop's Stortford resident Sonia André has advice for EU citizens living in the UK who have yet to apply for settled status to remain indefinitely.


Chancellor’s plans all add up to give economy a boost

Chancellor’s plans all add up to give economy a boost

Chancellor’s plans all add up to give economy a boost

27 July 2020

Hertford and Stortford MP Julie Marson on why Chancellor Rishi Sunak's summer statement adds up for her constituents and the country


Don't be silly this 'conker season' – face up to duty to your fellow man

Don't be silly this 'conker season' – face up to duty to your fellow man

Don't be silly this 'conker season' – face up to duty to your fellow man

27 July 2020

Indie columnist Chas Gill on why we should forget the silly season and focus on doing our bit for society when it comes to wearing masks in shops


Chas Gill: 'It's time to filter out the detritus from clogged-up communication vacuum'

Chas Gill: 'It's time to filter out the detritus from clogged-up communication vacuum'

Chas Gill: 'It's time to filter out the detritus from clogged-up communication vacuum'

20 July 2020

Indie columnist Chas Gill on the need to improve communication when it comes to the hot topics of Old River Lane and Rhodes Arts Complex


Why our decision to venture out after 19 weeks in self-isolation was a good shout

Why our decision to venture out after 19 weeks in self-isolation was a good shout

Why our decision to venture out after 19 weeks in self-isolation was a good shout

13 July 2020

Julie Walker writes a column for the Bishop's Stortford Independent called Parkinality, about living with early onset Parkinson's disease.


My coronavirus legacy to the young – don't be stupid like I was

My coronavirus legacy to the young – don't be stupid like I was

My coronavirus legacy to the young – don't be stupid like I was

11 July 2020

Chas Gill says he should have heeded the advice and warnings he has been given all of his life, especially by those who love him.


Green Watch: It's time for the winds of green change to blow after lockdown

Green Watch: It's time for the winds of green change to blow after lockdown

Green Watch: It's time for the winds of green change to blow after lockdown

06 July 2020

As we emerge from lockdown and turn our attention to what comes next, Louise Tennekoon looks at the growing calls for a 'green recovery'


'Shock and horror is what's required to beat this virus for good'

'Shock and horror is what's required to beat this virus for good'

'Shock and horror is what's required to beat this virus for good'

06 July 2020

Indie columnist Chas Gill on how advertising like that seen during the AIDS crisis in the 1980s is needed to help beat the coronavirus crisis


'We don't want white people to be hunted, shamed, made to feel guilty and diminished'

'We don't want white people to be hunted, shamed, made to feel guilty and diminished'

'We don't want white people to be hunted, shamed, made to feel guilty and diminished'

02 July 2020

Sam Jabbi, a black barrister who lives in Bishop's Stortford, responds to Tom Clements' article 'Does opposing Black Lives Matter make me a racist?'


Racism: Our community can learn lessons from our forward-thinking Stortford schools

Racism: Our community can learn lessons from our forward-thinking Stortford schools

Racism: Our community can learn lessons from our forward-thinking Stortford schools

30 June 2020

Dr Su Sandhu, who lives in Stortford with her husband and two children, says the way to tackle racism is through strong community cohesion.


Chas Gill: Plug yourselves in for my highly charged e-Bugg revolution

Chas Gill: Plug yourselves in for my highly charged e-Bugg revolution

Chas Gill: Plug yourselves in for my highly charged e-Bugg revolution

29 June 2020

Indie columnist Chas Gill has come up with a 'new range' of e-bikes and accessories for the post-lockdown world of electrically-charged bicycling


'Get spending in Stortford and Sawbridgeworth to help get Britain moving'

'Get spending in Stortford and Sawbridgeworth to help get Britain moving'

'Get spending in Stortford and Sawbridgeworth to help get Britain moving'

27 June 2020

In her latest column for the Indie, Hertford and Stortford MP Julie Marson encourages her constituents to shop locally.


Does opposing Black Lives Matter movement make me a racist?

Does opposing Black Lives Matter movement make me a racist?

Does opposing Black Lives Matter movement make me a racist?

24 June 2020

Tom Clements, one of two counter-protestors at Saturday's BLM protest in Bishop's Stortford, writes about why he opposes the movement.


Parkinality: 'I've been making Christmas cards – it's time to get out'

Parkinality: 'I've been making Christmas cards – it's time to get out'

Parkinality: 'I've been making Christmas cards – it's time to get out'

22 June 2020

Parkinality columnist Julie Walker on trying to emerge from lockdown - and how a light-up walking stick has helped her work out social distancing


Chas Gill: Rhodes in the dock lets students come up with their own verdict

Chas Gill: Rhodes in the dock lets students come up with their own verdict

Chas Gill: Rhodes in the dock lets students come up with their own verdict

21 June 2020

Indie columnist Chas Gill looks at how the Bishop's Stortford Museum is getting students to come up with their own verdicts on Cecil Rhodes' legacy


‘The amazing commitment of our carers has been key’

‘The amazing commitment of our carers has been key’

‘The amazing commitment of our carers has been key’

18 June 2020

St Elizabeth's chief executive Adam Sampson on why he has been blown away by the bravery of the Much Hadham charity's staff in the coronavirus crisis


Julie Marson: It's time for difficult, more impactful decisions in the climate emergency

Julie Marson: It's time for difficult, more impactful decisions in the climate emergency

Julie Marson: It's time for difficult, more impactful decisions in the climate emergency

15 June 2020

In her latest column, Stortford MP Julie Marson says we have a chance to reset the agenda and shape a better and healthier planet of the future


You're cordially invited to a garden picnic, I just need to weigh you first

You're cordially invited to a garden picnic, I just need to weigh you first

You're cordially invited to a garden picnic, I just need to weigh you first

13 June 2020

In the sixth part of her lockdown diary, Cate Wilson's plans for a garden gathering don't go according to plan thanks to some mood-spoiling party tips


Rhodes: Learning from the past is best way to improve the future

Rhodes: Learning from the past is best way to improve the future

Rhodes: Learning from the past is best way to improve the future

12 June 2020

In his latest Indie column, Chas Gill says any potential name change of Rhodes Arts Complex must not stop us learning from the past


Sentiment in favour of Old River Lane scheme is just that: show us the 'science'

Sentiment in favour of Old River Lane scheme is just that: show us the 'science'

Sentiment in favour of Old River Lane scheme is just that: show us the 'science'

09 June 2020

Jill Goldsmith, a member of Bishop's Stortford Climate Group, calls for transparency around East Herts Council's grand scheme for Stortford.


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