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Police and crime chief calls for law and order volunteers

Police and crime chief calls for law and order volunteers

Police and crime chief calls for law and order volunteers

David Lloyd said: " Volunteering underpins the central values which lie at the heart of my Community Safety and Criminal Justice Plan."


Car parts stolen from BMW X5 in Sawbridgeworth

Car parts stolen from BMW X5 in Sawbridgeworth

Car parts stolen from BMW X5 in Sawbridgeworth

Police are investigating after a thief stripped an SUV of some of its interior parts.


Please don’t have a rubbish excuse for being a litter tosser

Please don’t have a rubbish excuse for being a litter tosser

Please don’t have a rubbish excuse for being a litter tosser

“Reports from residents indicate more litter and hanging dog poo bags and litter..." says town councillor David Royle.


Council offers businesses grants of up to £6,000 to ease Covid pain

Council offers businesses grants of up to £6,000 to ease Covid pain

Council offers businesses grants of up to £6,000 to ease Covid pain

The discretionary grants are primarily aimed at firms which have suffered despite being able to remain open during lockdown.


HELP campaign fits bill as Indie gets desperate mum and kids back online

HELP campaign fits bill as Indie gets desperate mum and kids back online

HELP campaign fits bill as Indie gets desperate mum and kids back online

An SOS went out to the Operation CommUNITY lifeline scheme from a woman who had lost her job and could not afford her monthly internet bill.


Over 320,000 in Herts and west Essex given first Covid vaccine jab

Over 320,000 in Herts and west Essex given first Covid vaccine jab

Over 320,000 in Herts and west Essex given first Covid vaccine jab

Bishop's Stortford FC's ground among more than 40 Covid vaccination sites in the area that have opened their doors since December.


Almost 5% of homes in East Herts are worth at least £1m

Almost 5% of homes in East Herts are worth at least £1m

Almost 5% of homes in East Herts are worth at least £1m

At 4.7% of the district's housing stock, it is the eighth highest concentration of £1m-plus homes of any local authority in the region.


How precious posted gift, marked only 'for Nanny', reached rightful recipient

How precious posted gift, marked only 'for Nanny', reached rightful recipient

How precious posted gift, marked only 'for Nanny', reached rightful recipient

When postman Ian Brown found an album of baby photos without its packaging, he couldn't bear the thought of it being destroyed as lost property...


Free PPE available to unpaid carers in Hertfordshire

Free PPE available to unpaid carers in Hertfordshire

Free PPE available to unpaid carers in Hertfordshire

Carers in Hertfordshire is working with the county's Covid taskforce to distribute gloves, disposable face masks, aprons and face shields.


Months after firm launches school laptops appeal, MP welcomes Govt support

Months after firm launches school laptops appeal, MP welcomes Govt support

Months after firm launches school laptops appeal, MP welcomes Govt support

Home-schooling Herts children benefit from 8,860 laptops and tablets – but ITVET has supplied 350 in Stortford since January.


Council reminder that early birds get the garden waste worm

Council reminder that early birds get the garden waste worm

Council reminder that early birds get the garden waste worm

Householders must sign up by April 1 for East Herts' £49-a-year garden waste collection service if they want their brown bin to be emptied.


Over 20,000 elderly in Herts and west Essex yet to have first Covid jab

Over 20,000 elderly in Herts and west Essex yet to have first Covid jab

Over 20,000 elderly in Herts and west Essex yet to have first Covid jab

People 70 and over, the clinically extremely vulnerable and front-line health and social care staff urged to contact NHS to book vaccination.


Noise from lorry alerts authorities to immigration incident in Sawbridgeworth

Noise from lorry alerts authorities to immigration incident in Sawbridgeworth

Noise from lorry alerts authorities to immigration incident in Sawbridgeworth

Three Iraqis being dealt with by Immigration Enforcement after member of the public reported noise in early hours of Saturday.


The team of volunteers have put together a free activity pack to keep children entertained during half term next week.

The team of volunteers have put together a free activity pack to keep children entertained during half term next week.

The team of volunteers have put together a free activity pack to keep children entertained during half term next week.

Free half term activity packs courtesy of Sawbridgeworth Community Library


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