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Moves to provide walk-in Covid jab clinics in Bishop's Stortford

Moves to provide walk-in Covid jab clinics in Bishop's Stortford

Moves to provide walk-in Covid jab clinics in Bishop's Stortford

Stort Valley and Villages Primary Care Network vaccinated 1,422 people at a one-off walk-in clinic at Bishop’s Stortford FC on Sunday.


Uttlesford District Council leader John Lodge to resign

Uttlesford District Council leader John Lodge to resign

Uttlesford District Council leader John Lodge to resign

The member for Saffron Walden Shire has led the authority since his Residents for Uttlesford party swept to victory in May 2019.


Stortford's TSB branch to close and be replaced by 'pop-up' service

Stortford's TSB branch to close and be replaced by 'pop-up' service

Stortford's TSB branch to close and be replaced by 'pop-up' service

Corn Exchange outlet one of 70 being axed in 2022 as bank responds to drop in branch use and growth in digital banking.


Police, fire and ambulance at scene of collision in town centre

Police, fire and ambulance at scene of collision in town centre

Police, fire and ambulance at scene of collision in town centre

A silver Volkswagen Golf and a white van were involved in a smash at the bottom of High Street, beside Italian restaurant Prezzo.


Have your say on policing priorities for Stortford and Sawbridgeworth

Have your say on policing priorities for Stortford and Sawbridgeworth

Have your say on policing priorities for Stortford and Sawbridgeworth

Ahead of next round of priority setting forums, Herts Constabulary is canvassing views on how it should focus its efforts over next three months.


Hospice president raises £7,500 with sister by walking 73-mile Ribble Way – at 78

Hospice president raises £7,500 with sister by walking 73-mile Ribble Way – at 78

Hospice president raises £7,500 with sister by walking 73-mile Ribble Way – at 78

Sisters Barbara Doherty, of Much Hadham, and Jill McArthur have done a long-distance UK walk almost every year since 1997, raising £77,000.


Keira's gardening project grows into food bank fundraiser

Keira's gardening project grows into food bank fundraiser

Keira's gardening project grows into food bank fundraiser

Richard Whittington pupil Keira Moyes, 10, set up her Seeds for Change initiative after spending months saving seeds from her grandma's garden.


Council turns up the heat on solar farm plans

Council turns up the heat on solar farm plans

Council turns up the heat on solar farm plans

The airport has pledged to implement a series of screening measures such as planting new trees, hedgerow reinstatement and new hedgerows.


Mayor's money for hospice, visually impaired and centre in Sri Lanka

Mayor's money for hospice, visually impaired and centre in Sri Lanka

Mayor's money for hospice, visually impaired and centre in Sri Lanka

At a gathering at South Mill Arts, Cllr Keith Warnell distributed the £4,265 raised so far in his extended civic year to three worthy causes.


Exercise course for cancer patients in Herts that also offers friendship

Exercise course for cancer patients in Herts that also offers friendship

Exercise course for cancer patients in Herts that also offers friendship

The 12-week programme of bespoke group activities is designed to help overcome the side effects of treatment for the disease.


Herts front-line care workers set for Covid bonus of up to £400

Herts front-line care workers set for Covid bonus of up to £400

Herts front-line care workers set for Covid bonus of up to £400

County council joins forces with Herts' NHS clinical commissioning groups for £7.8m 'thank you' to staff who remain in service until end of February.


Walk, jog or cycle new A120 Little Hadham bypass before cars use it

Walk, jog or cycle new A120 Little Hadham bypass before cars use it

Walk, jog or cycle new A120 Little Hadham bypass before cars use it

The unique event, organised by Herts County Council working with the parish council and village hall, will take place on Saturday December 11.


In the Zone: Airport staff on a high as children return to education centre

In the Zone: Airport staff on a high as children return to education centre

In the Zone: Airport staff on a high as children return to education centre

Stansted's Aerozone, closed since March 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic, hosted 24 pupils from Newport Primary School.


Grants to make East Herts homes warmer, cheaper and greener

Grants to make East Herts homes warmer, cheaper and greener

Grants to make East Herts homes warmer, cheaper and greener

Scheme open to owners, private tenants and people in social rented accommodation where the home has low energy rating and low income.


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