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Water great event! River Day in Sawbridgeworth an 'eye opener'

Water great event! River Day in Sawbridgeworth an 'eye opener'

Water great event! River Day in Sawbridgeworth an 'eye opener'

Visitors enjoyed trips along the Stort, a free paddle in a kayak and the chance to examine some fascinating finds in the bio-zone tent.


Sawbridgeworth mayor cleared of racism after East Herts Council probe

Sawbridgeworth mayor cleared of racism after East Herts Council probe

Sawbridgeworth mayor cleared of racism after East Herts Council probe

Greg Rattey was accused of breaching the councillors' code of conduct by admitting he had once belonged to "an intrinsically racist organisation".


Stressful flight from war but refugee mum arrives safe

Stressful flight from war but refugee mum arrives safe

Stressful flight from war but refugee mum arrives safe

Author Carol Russell said mum Nadia and her five-year-old daughter Ilariia missed their flight to the UK as their luggage went ahead.


Food bank seeks Stortford MP's 'support and influence' with Chancellor

Food bank seeks Stortford MP's 'support and influence' with Chancellor

Food bank seeks Stortford MP's 'support and influence' with Chancellor

Bishop's Stortford Food Bank's concerns about Universal Credit cuts reportedly relayed to Rishi Sunak by MP Julie Marson.


Water great event in store! Sawbridgeworth holds first River Day

Water great event in store! Sawbridgeworth holds first River Day

Water great event in store! Sawbridgeworth holds first River Day

The event at Sheering Mill Lock is being organised by the town council in conjunction with the Canal & River Trust.


Herts police target school children for lessons in how to report hate crime

Herts police target school children for lessons in how to report hate crime

Herts police target school children for lessons in how to report hate crime

The Herts Against Hate collaborative, including the constabulary, county council and partners, has launched a free teaching unit for schools.


County council ramps up green programme to reduce energy at 112 sites

County council ramps up green programme to reduce energy at 112 sites

County council ramps up green programme to reduce energy at 112 sites

Works include installing air source heat pumps at nine sites and solar panels at 92 sites so council can generate its own clean, renewable energy.


New 'chatter benches' in Stortford and Sawbo parks are a talking point

New 'chatter benches' in Stortford and Sawbo parks are a talking point

New 'chatter benches' in Stortford and Sawbo parks are a talking point

East Herts Council has introduced the seating in Castle, Southern Country and Pishiobury parks for people to sit and talk to aid their mental health.


Much Hadham councillor joins the chain gang

Much Hadham councillor joins the chain gang

Much Hadham councillor joins the chain gang

New East Herts Council chairman Ian Devonshire, who has served as vice-chair for the past year, replaces fellow Tory, Walkern's Ken Crofton.


History group cracks the codes to reveal secret gems of Sawbridgeworth

History group cracks the codes to reveal secret gems of Sawbridgeworth

History group cracks the codes to reveal secret gems of Sawbridgeworth

Sawbridgeworth Local History Society chairman David Royle led the group on the trail and tried out the new QR codes scattered around the town.


East Herts Tories reject Lib Dem motion to condemn Boris Johnson

East Herts Tories reject Lib Dem motion to condemn Boris Johnson

East Herts Tories reject Lib Dem motion to condemn Boris Johnson

The motion calling on the Prime Minister to quit was proposed at a meeting by Bishop's Stortford's Cllr Chris Wilson.


Duo raise £50,000 for children's charities on 180-mile walk round Herts

Duo raise £50,000 for children's charities on 180-mile walk round Herts

Duo raise £50,000 for children's charities on 180-mile walk round Herts

Helping Herts founders Gordon Morrison and Jim Tatchell completed their long-distance circular trek from Stortford station in 14 days.


Police warning as tech thieves target farmers

Police warning as tech thieves target farmers

Police warning as tech thieves target farmers

Sgt Ryan Hemmings said the theft of equipment such as GPS domes and computer screens means farmers are left unable to work until they are replaced.


Herts charity Small Acts of Kindness extends campaign for lonely elderly

Herts charity Small Acts of Kindness extends campaign for lonely elderly

Herts charity Small Acts of Kindness extends campaign for lonely elderly

For Mental Health Awareness Week the charity launches new campaign to extend its initiative of putting personal messages in its Warm in Winter bags.


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