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Walk-in Covid-19 jabs begin in Stortford for 16- and 17-year-olds

Walk-in Covid-19 jabs begin in Stortford for 16- and 17-year-olds

Walk-in Covid-19 jabs begin in Stortford for 16- and 17-year-olds

The teens can get their first dose of the Pfizer jab at Bishop's Stortford Football Club's stadium in Woodside, off Dunmow Road.


Public health chief hopes new self-isolation rules will boost jab rates

Public health chief hopes new self-isolation rules will boost jab rates

Public health chief hopes new self-isolation rules will boost jab rates

Those who are double-jabbed or under 18 will not have to quarantine for 10 days if they come into close contact with a positive Covid-19 case.


'Attempts to get back to normal are not proving straightforward'

'Attempts to get back to normal are not proving straightforward'

'Attempts to get back to normal are not proving straightforward'

Parkinality columnist Julie Walker on coming to terms with the world post-lockdown


'My dad and I were best friends and I can't think of a lovelier way to remember him'

'My dad and I were best friends and I can't think of a lovelier way to remember him'

'My dad and I were best friends and I can't think of a lovelier way to remember him'

Michelle Acres has commemorated cardiac arrest casualty Ronald Cole on the British Heart Foundation's Heart of Steel monument.


Hotel 'fertility retreat' for couples struggling to conceive

Hotel 'fertility retreat' for couples struggling to conceive

Hotel 'fertility retreat' for couples struggling to conceive

Sarah Day decided Down Hall Hotel and Spa was the perfect place to host her new venture.


Man who saved karate black belt friend's life short-listed for award

Man who saved karate black belt friend's life short-listed for award

Man who saved karate black belt friend's life short-listed for award

Bishop's Stortford Kyokushin Karate instructor Stephen Hare used CPR when Mark Kingsland suffered cardiac arrest.


Hubs reopen for physical and mental health help

Hubs reopen for physical and mental health help

Hubs reopen for physical and mental health help

Cllr Morris Bright said: "We are committed to ensuring that our residents have the opportunity to live healthy lives for as long as possible."


New ambulance service boss: 'Too many examples of poor behaviour'

New ambulance service boss: 'Too many examples of poor behaviour'

New ambulance service boss: 'Too many examples of poor behaviour'

Tom Abell starts work as chief executive of East of England Ambulance Service by acknowledging "major problems" that need tackling.


Hospice's chief of patient care nominated for top nursing award

Hospice's chief of patient care nominated for top nursing award

Hospice's chief of patient care nominated for top nursing award

St Clare's director of patient care Carolanne Brannan in running for Nurse Leader of the Year in Nursing Times Awards.


New hospitals NHS trust chairwoman to juggle dual roles

New hospitals NHS trust chairwoman to juggle dual roles

New hospitals NHS trust chairwoman to juggle dual roles

Hattie Llewelyn-Davies, who joins in September, will continue as chair of Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust for first six months.


MPs urge Government to build £350m public health science HQ in Harlow

MPs urge Government to build £350m public health science HQ in Harlow

MPs urge Government to build £350m public health science HQ in Harlow

Stortford's Julie Marson joined forces with Harlow's Robert Halfon to seek assurances the state-of-the-art campus would be built.


Keep your mask on at doctors' surgeries in the Stortford area

Keep your mask on at doctors' surgeries in the Stortford area

Keep your mask on at doctors' surgeries in the Stortford area

Dr Jane Halpin said: “We need to continue to do what we can to keep people safe from catching Covid-19 in healthcare settings."


Health bosses urge Covid 'caution, collective responsibility and kindness'

Health bosses urge Covid 'caution, collective responsibility and kindness'

Health bosses urge Covid 'caution, collective responsibility and kindness'

"The most important thing is that everyone's circumstances are different and what feels comfortable to one person might not feel that way to another."


Sawbridgeworth's little band of litter battle heroes are pick of the pickers

Sawbridgeworth's little band of litter battle heroes are pick of the pickers

Sawbridgeworth's little band of litter battle heroes are pick of the pickers

The fabulous foursome can be seen most Saturdays armed with litter pickers and bin bags supplied by the Tidy Up Sawbridgeworth group.


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