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New home needed for Men’s Shed project helping to ease social isolation

New home needed for Men’s Shed project helping to ease social isolation

New home needed for Men’s Shed project helping to ease social isolation

Bishop’s Stortford Men’s Shed was launched five years ago to improve men’s mental health and was billed as a “place to go and make stuff together”.


Brakes on new cycle route when riders get to Hertfordshire

Brakes on new cycle route when riders get to Hertfordshire

Brakes on new cycle route when riders get to Hertfordshire

Cycle Stortford says Herts County Council has missed out on “some joined-up thinking” over the new route at the upgraded A120 Birchanger junction.


The night the north came south: Northern Lights over Bishop’s Stortford

The night the north came south: Northern Lights over Bishop’s Stortford

The night the north came south: Northern Lights over Bishop’s Stortford

Residents of the Stortford area were treated to an extraordinary celestial spectacle as Aurora Borealis made a rare appearance at the weekend.


Parent sparks police probe into misconduct in public office at council

Parent sparks police probe into misconduct in public office at council

Parent sparks police probe into misconduct in public office at council

Hertfordshire Constabulary is investigating if officials are guilty of misconduct in public office over education, health and care plans (EHCPs).


Bishop’s Stortford’s Eurovision star SuRie shares backstage secrets of iconic show

Bishop’s Stortford’s Eurovision star SuRie shares backstage secrets of iconic show

Bishop’s Stortford’s Eurovision star SuRie shares backstage secrets of iconic show

Olly Alexander will be singing to win on Saturday (May 11) but in 2018 SuRie stepped on stage with the hopes of the nation resting on her shoulders.


Duo’s six-marathons walk raises over £60,000 for children’s charities

Duo’s six-marathons walk raises over £60,000 for children’s charities

Duo’s six-marathons walk raises over £60,000 for children’s charities

Helping Herts founders Gordon Morrison and Jim Tatchell covered 156 miles as they once again trekked the Hertfordshire Way in aid of 12 good causes.


Royal Mail warned to deliver on promise to replace postbox

Royal Mail warned to deliver on promise to replace postbox

Royal Mail warned to deliver on promise to replace postbox

Royal Mail indecision and contradictory statements on whether it was going to replace postbox in Stansted left residents frustrated


Stortford’s Eurovision star SuRie backs Olly Alexander to win for UK

Stortford’s Eurovision star SuRie backs Olly Alexander to win for UK

Stortford’s Eurovision star SuRie backs Olly Alexander to win for UK

The former Herts & Essex and St Joseph’s student represented the UK in the 2018 contest, when her performance was interrupted by a stage invader.


Stortford councillor riding high as world’s top female cyclists to race in East Herts

Stortford councillor riding high as world’s top female cyclists to race in East Herts

Stortford councillor riding high as world’s top female cyclists to race in East Herts

Over 120 elite women’s cyclists to race through villages as Ford RideLondon Classique, the highest-ranked cycling race in the UK, comes to Herts.


Geology buffs secure future of 56 million-year-old rock in Castle Park

Geology buffs secure future of 56 million-year-old rock in Castle Park

Geology buffs secure future of 56 million-year-old rock in Castle Park

Hertfordshire puddingstone, the county’s mineralogical claim to fame, is virtually indestructible, but examples have a habit of going missing.


Sawbridgeworth May Fayre in pictures

Sawbridgeworth May Fayre in pictures

Sawbridgeworth May Fayre in pictures

Photographer Vikki Lince joined the crowds at Sunday’s sunny May Fayre in Sawbridgeworth.


Church seeks to allay residents’ concerns over plans for new building

Church seeks to allay residents’ concerns over plans for new building

Church seeks to allay residents’ concerns over plans for new building

Sawbridgeworth Evangelical Congregational Church has applied to East Herts Council for permission for two-storey building to replace side extension.


Stansted man’s 44 years in hospital radio – now that’s dedication!

Stansted man’s 44 years in hospital radio – now that’s dedication!

Stansted man’s 44 years in hospital radio – now that’s dedication!

Radio presenter Joe Forster, 69, has hosted a weekly evening request show for patients at three London hospitals for more than four decades.


Ollie 4 Ollie: 24-hour tennis marathon in memory of friend and fellow coach who died at 35

Ollie 4 Ollie: 24-hour tennis marathon in memory of friend and fellow coach who died at 35

Ollie 4 Ollie: 24-hour tennis marathon in memory of friend and fellow coach who died at 35

Ollie Clark will raise money for BHF in memory of his friend, Stansted and Much Hadham coach Ollie Toms, who died after emergency heart surgery.


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