Home   Categories   Grid

Sawbridgeworth

Back to all categories

Herts PCC appeals for public's input in shaping Police and Crime Plan

Herts PCC appeals for public's input in shaping Police and Crime Plan

Herts PCC appeals for public's input in shaping Police and Crime Plan

23 October 2021

David Lloyd: "Recent events have shown us there are concerns around violence against women and girls, officer conduct and vetting."


East Herts police chief retires after 29 years in the force

East Herts police chief retires after 29 years in the force

East Herts police chief retires after 29 years in the force

22 October 2021

East Herts resident Chief Inspector Stuart Orton started in 1992 with the Met, where his first beat was Oxford Street.


Man in his 30s dies after car crash in Sawbridgeworth

Man in his 30s dies after car crash in Sawbridgeworth

Man in his 30s dies after car crash in Sawbridgeworth

22 October 2021

Driver dies three days after suffering serious head injury when his Peugeot 207 crashed into a ditch in Redricks Lane on Saturday evening.


Fears for older customers as Nationwide cuts Sawbo branch hours

Fears for older customers as Nationwide cuts Sawbo branch hours

Fears for older customers as Nationwide cuts Sawbo branch hours

22 October 2021

The building society is reducing its Knight Street branch's opening days from five a week to just two from the end of November.


Local MPs mourn loss of murdered colleague Sir David Amess

Local MPs mourn loss of murdered colleague Sir David Amess

Local MPs mourn loss of murdered colleague Sir David Amess

20 October 2021

The four Tory MPs for Stortford, Uttlesford, Harlow and North East Herts will continue to serve constituents following colleague's brutal murder.


New strategy 'pivotal' to protect threatened chalk streams like River Stort

New strategy 'pivotal' to protect threatened chalk streams like River Stort

New strategy 'pivotal' to protect threatened chalk streams like River Stort

20 October 2021

Some 10% of the world's chalk streams run through Herts, including the Stort, where there are plans to remove the weir at Grange Paddocks.


Council to provide food vouchers during school holidays this winter

Council to provide food vouchers during school holidays this winter

Council to provide food vouchers during school holidays this winter

20 October 2021

Herts County Council is using part of its Household Support Fund (HSF) from the Government of £6.172m.


Herts county councillors to get defibrillator funding for community groups

Herts county councillors to get defibrillator funding for community groups

Herts county councillors to get defibrillator funding for community groups

20 October 2021

County council teams up with charity to give each of its 78 members chance to help one community group claim up to £1,200 to buy a defib.


Police pledge on violence against women and girls

Police pledge on violence against women and girls

Police pledge on violence against women and girls

18 October 2021

The force says it has been working with the police and crime commissioner and the county council to understand concerns after murder of Sarah Everard.


Police chief says 'work must continue year round' to boost BAME officers

Police chief says 'work must continue year round' to boost BAME officers

Police chief says 'work must continue year round' to boost BAME officers

15 October 2021

Herts Constabulary has 128 Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) officers – 5.6% – compared to 7.6% nationally.


Get tips on saving energy at Sustainable Sawbridgeworth stall in Bell Street

Get tips on saving energy at Sustainable Sawbridgeworth stall in Bell Street

Get tips on saving energy at Sustainable Sawbridgeworth stall in Bell Street

15 October 2021

Sustainable Sawbridgeworth will be hosting the stall as part of its focus on the COP26 international climate change conference.


Tuck Shop trader Don Patel bows out to tee up some time off

Tuck Shop trader Don Patel bows out to tee up some time off

Tuck Shop trader Don Patel bows out to tee up some time off

15 October 2021

Don Patel, who worked seven days a week to support his customers, announced he is quitting The Tuck Shop in Bell Street after 35 years,.


Appeal for volunteer to lead group fighting hate crime

Appeal for volunteer to lead group fighting hate crime

Appeal for volunteer to lead group fighting hate crime

14 October 2021

"Hate crime is an insidious crime that can have a corrosive effect on our communities and lasting, life-long impacts on victims."


Hate crime: Plea to Herts residents to answer online survey

Hate crime: Plea to Herts residents to answer online survey

Hate crime: Plea to Herts residents to answer online survey

13 October 2021

The law recognises five types of hate crime on the basis of race, religion, disability, sexual orientation and transgender identity, but not sex.


New virtual fracture clinic for Princess Alexandra patients

New virtual fracture clinic for Princess Alexandra patients

New virtual fracture clinic for Princess Alexandra patients

13 October 2021

"The virtual clinic is designed to improve our patients' experience so that they are not required to attend for multiple face-to-face assessments."


Inspector urges people to call 999 immediately in event of indecent exposure

Inspector urges people to call 999 immediately in event of indecent exposure

Inspector urges people to call 999 immediately in event of indecent exposure

12 October 2021

Insp Mark Collins' comments follow a man exposing himself to a woman walking in Pishiobury Park after shouting at her and pushing her.


'George', the African slave who became 'the black butler of Gilston'

'George', the African slave who became 'the black butler of Gilston'

'George', the African slave who became 'the black butler of Gilston'

10 October 2021

Local historian Theo van de Bilt discovered the story of Morghi George Ottea after being motivated by the Black Lives Matter movement.


London Marathon marvels streets ahead of their charity targets

London Marathon marvels streets ahead of their charity targets

London Marathon marvels streets ahead of their charity targets

08 October 2021

The field of runners from the Indie patch included 'locked in' syndrome survivor Emma Vinyard who ran in aid of Addenbrooke's Hospital.


Man exposes himself to woman walking in Pishiobury Park

Man exposes himself to woman walking in Pishiobury Park

Man exposes himself to woman walking in Pishiobury Park

08 October 2021

The man came up behind the woman, shouted at her to get out of the way then pushed her before exposing himself.


Insight into ‘amazing’ wildlife on the doorstep in Sawbridgeworth

Insight into ‘amazing’ wildlife on the doorstep in Sawbridgeworth

Insight into ‘amazing’ wildlife on the doorstep in Sawbridgeworth

08 October 2021

Friends of Pishiobury Park chairman Bob Reed's thought-provoking webinar launched town's Citizen Science project.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More