The ex-Manor Fields and St Mary's boy was honoured for being the first Englishman to win the title and for his contributions to science and charity.
Bishop's Stortford grandfather Joe Connolly, 74, recalls the baby loss he and his late wife Pam suffered in 1977 – when times were different
Norma Symonds was just 8 and living in Glasgow when the woman she called her mother told her: 'You know you're adopted? You know you're not ours?'
Residents at Bupa care home Premier Court in Thorley enjoyed an afternoon tea party in celebration of Silver Sunday.
Starting in London, Stortford rugby club duo George Cullen and Ben Cook have raised £35,000 for charities on epic six-month ride through 19 countries
Friends of the Herts and Essex High School 16-year-old who died of a brain tumour are taking the lead in organising 6-mile walk with coffee and cake
Elsenham mother-of-two Beth Purvis, aka Bowel Warrior, writes for the Indie about living with stage 4 cancer
A 94-year-old Second World War veteran has again raised hundreds of pounds for an Armed Forces charity.
Fibromyalgia sufferer Claire Flack is offering support in a new group she has set up with fellow sufferer of the 'hidden disability' Tracey Power.
Newly-crowned title holder Jack Heslewood visited Manor Fields and also enjoyed a champagne reception with Stortford mayor at Host
Beautifully painted rocks have been hidden around Bishop's Stortford by an auntie and her nephews to raise awareness of a neurological disorder
Beth Purvis, aka Bowel Warrior, writes about living with stage 4 cancer as a 40-year-old mother of two – and reflects on the passing of another summer