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‘Child of Courage’ Arthur home after life-changing surgery paid for by charity

‘Child of Courage’ Arthur home after life-changing surgery paid for by charity

‘Child of Courage’ Arthur home after life-changing surgery paid for by charity

Arthur Bowie, the five-year-old Stansted schoolboy who dreams of being able to walk, had life-changing surgery after a charity footed the bill.


Bishop’s Stortford High School leaders protest at plans for McDonald’s

Bishop’s Stortford High School leaders protest at plans for McDonald’s

Bishop’s Stortford High School leaders protest at plans for McDonald’s

Residents and councillors back secondary’s concerns about fast food on the doorstep of its new St James’ Park campus.


Grove Cottage can build better future thanks to legacy of the Crabb family

Grove Cottage can build better future thanks to legacy of the Crabb family

Grove Cottage can build better future thanks to legacy of the Crabb family

Grove Cottage in Bishop’s Stortford is embarking on an ambitious project with a simple slogan - A better building for a brighter future.


Stortford Labour candidate welcomes his party’s pledge to rebuild PAH

Stortford Labour candidate welcomes his party’s pledge to rebuild PAH

Stortford Labour candidate welcomes his party’s pledge to rebuild PAH

Josh Dean said: “Patients and staff have been left with a hospital that’s crumbling around them for too long – this rebuild is long overdue.”


CareFest event for elderly, disabled and unpaid carers coming to Stortford

CareFest event for elderly, disabled and unpaid carers coming to Stortford

CareFest event for elderly, disabled and unpaid carers coming to Stortford

Free, drop-in events taking place in June, with some during Carers Week (June 10-16) and one in Stortford’s library on June 13, 10.30am-12.30pm.


Hospital volunteers in running for palliative and end-of-life care award

Hospital volunteers in running for palliative and end-of-life care award

Hospital volunteers in running for palliative and end-of-life care award

End-of-life care volunteers at Princess Alexandra Hospital have reached the finals of a national awards programme.


‘Grove Cottage’s dedication to enriching lives, fostering inclusivity, and celebrating achievements is unwavering’

‘Grove Cottage’s dedication to enriching lives, fostering inclusivity, and celebrating achievements is unwavering’

‘Grove Cottage’s dedication to enriching lives, fostering inclusivity, and celebrating achievements is unwavering’

The new building project is essential for Grove Cottage to continue its vital work and meet the growing needs of our town.


Pharmacies in Herts and West Essex offer free blood pressure checks

Pharmacies in Herts and West Essex offer free blood pressure checks

Pharmacies in Herts and West Essex offer free blood pressure checks

The monitoring is available to anyone over 40 who has not had a reading in the past six months.


Isabel Hospice launches appeal to buy essential medication

Isabel Hospice launches appeal to buy essential medication

Isabel Hospice launches appeal to buy essential medication

Only 30% is funded by the NHS, leaving the charity to find a further £70,000 a year to provide drugs for its compassionate end-of-life care.


Hertford & Stortford Lib Dem backs plan for ‘legal right to see GP within a week’

Hertford & Stortford Lib Dem backs plan for ‘legal right to see GP within a week’

Hertford & Stortford Lib Dem backs plan for ‘legal right to see GP within a week’

Last year, according to the party, 19% of appointments in East and North Herts took longer than two weeks and 5.4% took longer than a month.


Herts health officials review residents affected by infected blood scandal

Herts health officials review residents affected by infected blood scandal

Herts health officials review residents affected by infected blood scandal

More than 30,000 people in the UK were infected with HIV and hepatitis C after being given contaminated blood products in the 1970s and 1980s.


Free fitness session at Grange Paddocks for people with Parkinson’s

Free fitness session at Grange Paddocks for people with Parkinson’s

Free fitness session at Grange Paddocks for people with Parkinson’s

Around 60 East Herts residents registered as living with the condition can benefit from a class on Thursday May 30.


Search begins for new Herts and Essex ambulance service boss

Search begins for new Herts and Essex ambulance service boss

Search begins for new Herts and Essex ambulance service boss

East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust chief executive Tom Abell has been appointed CEO of Mid and South Essex Integrated Care Board.


Watchdog’s praise for Herts County Council’s adult care services

Watchdog’s praise for Herts County Council’s adult care services

Watchdog’s praise for Herts County Council’s adult care services

Care Quality Commission rated adult care service as good and judged the way it works with partners, such as voluntary organisations, as outstanding.


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