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Councils' £132,000 safer shopping measures for their town centres

Councils' £132,000 safer shopping measures for their town centres

Councils' £132,000 safer shopping measures for their town centres

25 November 2020

As well as a Shop Safe Shop Local campaign, the money will pay for new planters, barriers, signs and sanitisers in East and North Herts.


Christmas deadline as developer revises plans for 8,500 homes

Christmas deadline as developer revises plans for 8,500 homes

Christmas deadline as developer revises plans for 8,500 homes

25 November 2020

Opponents of plans for six new villages north of Harlow have until December 21 to wade through 3GB “data dump” – and no paper copies.


Marson: 'I received many more emails in support of Priti Patel than critical of her'

Marson: 'I received many more emails in support of Priti Patel than critical of her'

Marson: 'I received many more emails in support of Priti Patel than critical of her'

24 November 2020

That's what Stortford MP told constituent – but in fact she received only 15 in all on the issue compared with 400 critical comments on social media.


Covid-19 disrupts postal deliveries as 37 Royal Mail staff sent home to self-isolate

Covid-19 disrupts postal deliveries as 37 Royal Mail staff sent home to self-isolate

Covid-19 disrupts postal deliveries as 37 Royal Mail staff sent home to self-isolate

24 November 2020

Five staff at Sawbridgeworth sorting office tested positive, resulting in 37 colleagues being sent home and disruption to deliveries.


Thieves target restaurant in Sawbridgeworth during lockdown

Thieves target restaurant in Sawbridgeworth during lockdown

Thieves target restaurant in Sawbridgeworth during lockdown

24 November 2020

Two men in a white van pulled up outside Villa Italia and loaded a barrel of used cooking oil into their vehicle.


Herts police issue Covid-19 reminder to parents about school run

Herts police issue Covid-19 reminder to parents about school run

Herts police issue Covid-19 reminder to parents about school run

23 November 2020

The force said it was responding to reports of lack of social distancing and lengthy chats when pupils are dropped off and picked up.


Council wants to charge residents £50 a year to collect garden waste

Council wants to charge residents £50 a year to collect garden waste

Council wants to charge residents £50 a year to collect garden waste

23 November 2020

East Herts Council executive will debate issue on Tuesday, then public will be consulted before decision by full council in January.


Body leading Herts Covid fight: Why are you out and about in lockdown?

Body leading Herts Covid fight: Why are you out and about in lockdown?

Body leading Herts Covid fight: Why are you out and about in lockdown?

21 November 2020

Cases in county continue to rise, with East Herts heading for a level of 200 per 100,000 people – second only to Broxbourne.


Chance for unpaid carers in Stortford to quiz MP on their rights

Chance for unpaid carers in Stortford to quiz MP on their rights

Chance for unpaid carers in Stortford to quiz MP on their rights

21 November 2020

Charity Carers in Hertfordshire has planned a series of online events on Zoom in support of Carers Rights Day.


Computer firm chips in with lockdown help for charities

Computer firm chips in with lockdown help for charities

Computer firm chips in with lockdown help for charities

20 November 2020

HardSoft Computers, based at The Square, has provided free laptops to a Harlow secondary school and now are offering their vans for charities to use.


Woman falls into river after slipping on ‘treacherous’ path

Woman falls into river after slipping on ‘treacherous’ path

Woman falls into river after slipping on ‘treacherous’ path

20 November 2020

The woman, believed to be in her late 70s, was heard crying out for help after falling into the Stort in Sawbridgeworth.


Herts health boss fears tougher restrictions for county when lockdown ends

Herts health boss fears tougher restrictions for county when lockdown ends

Herts health boss fears tougher restrictions for county when lockdown ends

18 November 2020

Shoppers told to play their part in Hertfordshire's Covid-19 crisis as infection rates rise across all 10 districts.


MP welcomes Government money for community groups in Stortford

MP welcomes Government money for community groups in Stortford

MP welcomes Government money for community groups in Stortford

18 November 2020

Age Concern, Thirst Youth Cafe and Citizens Advice among 11 beneficiaries in Hertford and Stortford to receive £170,271.


Why we’re asking you to pay 30p more for the Indie

Why we’re asking you to pay 30p more for the Indie

Why we’re asking you to pay 30p more for the Indie

18 November 2020

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Isabel Hospice moves its Christmas shopping market online

Isabel Hospice moves its Christmas shopping market online

Isabel Hospice moves its Christmas shopping market online

18 November 2020

Shoppers can take part in the charity's Virtual Christmas Fair from the comfort of their own homes.


Know your rights when it comes to parcel deliveries

Know your rights when it comes to parcel deliveries

Know your rights when it comes to parcel deliveries

16 November 2020

Citizens Advice has found that 45% of adults in the South East have had an issue with parcel delivery since the country first went into lockdown.


£2.5m Covid grant to fund free school meals in holidays for Herts kids

£2.5m Covid grant to fund free school meals in holidays for Herts kids

£2.5m Covid grant to fund free school meals in holidays for Herts kids

16 November 2020

Rolling out the programme in Hertfordshire will cost an average of £67,000 a weekday during each school break.


Extinction Rebellion East Herts to host online talk about climate crisis

Extinction Rebellion East Herts to host online talk about climate crisis

Extinction Rebellion East Herts to host online talk about climate crisis

14 November 2020

The local branch of the global environmental movement is hosting a discussion about solutions on Monday evening (Nov 16).


Father Christmas returns to Jackson Square for 'gifts for seniors' scheme

Father Christmas returns to Jackson Square for 'gifts for seniors' scheme

Father Christmas returns to Jackson Square for 'gifts for seniors' scheme

14 November 2020

Children are invited to take a gift for an older person to Santa's grotto and in return they will receive their own present.


Give the gift of friendship in a shoebox for an elderly person this Christmas

Give the gift of friendship in a shoebox for an elderly person this Christmas

Give the gift of friendship in a shoebox for an elderly person this Christmas

13 November 2020

We're looking for Indie readers to fill 140 shoeboxes with small treats and a message, to be delivered to the Welbeloved Club's elderly members.


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