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'Your voice is needed to shape the future of healthcare for women'

'Your voice is needed to shape the future of healthcare for women'

'Your voice is needed to shape the future of healthcare for women'

10 June 2021

Hertford and Stortford MP Julie Marson is urging her constituents to give evidence to help shape the Women's Health Strategy


'Putting myself through a testing time for brain surgery chance'

'Putting myself through a testing time for brain surgery chance'

'Putting myself through a testing time for brain surgery chance'

17 May 2021

The Indie's Parkinality columnist Julie Walker is hoping to have deep brain stimulation in her battle with Parkinson's disease


'Culture shift on mental health will prove crucial after pandemic'

'Culture shift on mental health will prove crucial after pandemic'

'Culture shift on mental health will prove crucial after pandemic'

13 May 2021

Bishop's Stortford MP Julie Marson on Mental Health Awareness Week and how our reconnection with nature will be important in post-coronavirus world


Council elections: It’s YOUR money, so vote to determine how it's spent

Council elections: It’s YOUR money, so vote to determine how it's spent

Council elections: It’s YOUR money, so vote to determine how it's spent

05 May 2021

OPINION: Bishop's Stortford Independent news editor Sinead Corr on why putting an X in the box on Thursday (May 6) matters.


Retiring SSE chairman reflects on two decades of fighting airport expansion

Retiring SSE chairman reflects on two decades of fighting airport expansion

Retiring SSE chairman reflects on two decades of fighting airport expansion

30 April 2021

Peter Sanders said: "Looking to the future, there may not be any immediate threat of a second runway but we must remain on our guard."


Vote wisely on May 6 – it's the most potent lever you have to fight climate crisis

Vote wisely on May 6 – it's the most potent lever you have to fight climate crisis

Vote wisely on May 6 – it's the most potent lever you have to fight climate crisis

29 April 2021

Indie GreenWatch columnist Louise Tennekoon: "I am not arguing against development. I’m arguing for thoughtful custodianship of nature."


'We need a cultural revolution that makes it much less socially acceptable to drop litter'

'We need a cultural revolution that makes it much less socially acceptable to drop litter'

'We need a cultural revolution that makes it much less socially acceptable to drop litter'

28 April 2021

Hertford and Stortford MP Julie Marson's latest fortnightly column for the Bishop's Stortford Independent.


Prince Philip and Baroness Williams were 'exceptional beacons of public service'

Prince Philip and Baroness Williams were 'exceptional beacons of public service'

Prince Philip and Baroness Williams were 'exceptional beacons of public service'

15 April 2021

Hertford and Stortford MP Julie Marson pays tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh and Baroness Shirley Williams, and prepares for Finance Bill debate


'I'd love to be able to get stuck into Edible Book Day in 2022'

'I'd love to be able to get stuck into Edible Book Day in 2022'

'I'd love to be able to get stuck into Edible Book Day in 2022'

11 April 2021

How year in lockdown, taking 7,280 tablets with a lack of exercise and social interaction, has affected Indie columnist Julie Walker's Parkinson's.


Why TK Maxx store for Jackson Square is not a good fit

Why TK Maxx store for Jackson Square is not a good fit

Why TK Maxx store for Jackson Square is not a good fit

11 April 2021

Planner and urban designer Yvonne Estop-Wood outlines her objections to the proposed revamp of Jackson Square to accommodate TK Maxx.


'EU posturing in stark contrast to UK Vaccine Taskforce's decisiveness'

'EU posturing in stark contrast to UK Vaccine Taskforce's decisiveness'

'EU posturing in stark contrast to UK Vaccine Taskforce's decisiveness'

01 April 2021

Stortford MP Julie Marson hits out at the "frankly absurd" trade war threats coming out of Brussels as the number of people vaccinated in Herts rises


'I'm confident Old River Lane will benefit our communities for generations'

'I'm confident Old River Lane will benefit our communities for generations'

'I'm confident Old River Lane will benefit our communities for generations'

29 March 2021

Leader Linda Haysey defends East Herts Council's decision to go with a cinema-led arts centre rather than a theatre auditorium.


Why I'm cool with hot topic of East Herts' £49-a-year brown bin charge

Why I'm cool with hot topic of East Herts' £49-a-year brown bin charge

Why I'm cool with hot topic of East Herts' £49-a-year brown bin charge

26 March 2021

GreenWatch columnist Louise Tennekoon says council charging for garden waste collection is reasonable but consultation leaves a lot to be desired.


Arts groups' Old River Lane message to council: 'No to Waytemore, yes to wait more'

Arts groups' Old River Lane message to council: 'No to Waytemore, yes to wait more'

Arts groups' Old River Lane message to council: 'No to Waytemore, yes to wait more'

16 March 2021

Bishop's Stortford Arts Forum's letter to all 50 East Herts district councillors ahead of Thursday's crunch extraordinary meeting.


'Totally wrong for people to use Sarah's murder... to oppose legislation they don’t like'

'Totally wrong for people to use Sarah's murder... to oppose legislation they don’t like'

'Totally wrong for people to use Sarah's murder... to oppose legislation they don’t like'

15 March 2021

Bishop's Stortford MP Julie Marson: 'I hope this can be a watershed moment for society that forces a change.'


Jab-ba dabba doo! Vaccine efforts helping to turn tide of pandemic

Jab-ba dabba doo! Vaccine efforts helping to turn tide of pandemic

Jab-ba dabba doo! Vaccine efforts helping to turn tide of pandemic

05 March 2021

Stortford MP Julie Marson on the vaccination programme, the importance of businesses to the community ahead of the Budget and rough sleeping


Trouble at t'Mill? No, it's just time for South Mill Arts naysayers to exit stage left

Trouble at t'Mill? No, it's just time for South Mill Arts naysayers to exit stage left

Trouble at t'Mill? No, it's just time for South Mill Arts naysayers to exit stage left

01 March 2021

Columnist Chas Gill returns to defend South Mill Arts after it came in for criticism from arts groups calling for Old River Lane to be put on hold


Wading into the issue of why the weir at Grange Paddocks has to go

Wading into the issue of why the weir at Grange Paddocks has to go

Wading into the issue of why the weir at Grange Paddocks has to go

26 February 2021

With plans to remove the weir on the River Stort at Grange Paddocks concerning residents, Jono Forgham explains the reasons behind it.


Julie Marson MP: 'It was wonderful to be a part of something so positive'

Julie Marson MP: 'It was wonderful to be a part of something so positive'

Julie Marson MP: 'It was wonderful to be a part of something so positive'

18 February 2021

Hertford and Stortford MP Julie Marson on vaccination progress, her story competition for World Book Day, school lectures and flooding


Women running the gauntlet of sexism and body-shaming on the streets of Stortford

Women running the gauntlet of sexism and body-shaming on the streets of Stortford

Women running the gauntlet of sexism and body-shaming on the streets of Stortford

11 February 2021

Running fan Amy Petridis on the pleasures of pounding the pavements and parks – and the sinister side...


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