Home   News   Sawbridgeworth

Sawbridgeworth




Sawbridgeworth's little band of litter battle heroes are pick of the pickers

Sawbridgeworth's little band of litter battle heroes are pick of the pickers

Sawbridgeworth's little band of litter battle heroes are pick of the pickers

The fabulous foursome can be seen most Saturdays armed with litter pickers and bin bags supplied by the Tidy Up Sawbridgeworth group.


MP calls for camera vans to clamp down on bad drivers

MP calls for camera vans to clamp down on bad drivers

MP calls for camera vans to clamp down on bad drivers

Julie Marson has asked Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd to deploy road safety camera vans to three hazardous routes.


Bus company donates £260,000 to NHS Charities Together

Bus company donates £260,000 to NHS Charities Together

Bus company donates £260,000 to NHS Charities Together

As part of its Covid-19 precautions, the company stopped giving change for fares paid in cash and pledged to donate any overpayment to charity.


Tory MPs Marson, Halfon and Badenoch back international aid cut

Tory MPs Marson, Halfon and Badenoch back international aid cut

Tory MPs Marson, Halfon and Badenoch back international aid cut

Julie Marson and neighbours Robert Halfon and Kemi Badenoch helped cement the budget at 0.5% of national income, despite a rebellion by other Tories.


Proposed 24/7 logistics centre 'could not be in a worse location'

Proposed 24/7 logistics centre 'could not be in a worse location'

Proposed 24/7 logistics centre 'could not be in a worse location'

Town council and civic federation united in condemnation of plans for £50m warehousing and distribution centre at St James' Park.


£10,000 hospice lottery jackpot winner thought win call was a prank

£10,000 hospice lottery jackpot winner thought win call was a prank

£10,000 hospice lottery jackpot winner thought win call was a prank

Derek Owen, of Sawbridgeworth, and wife Pauline have been playing the St Clare Hospice lottery since it started over 20 years ago.


Toadstools and butterflies help launch scarecrow festival

Toadstools and butterflies help launch scarecrow festival

Toadstools and butterflies help launch scarecrow festival

High Wych villagers gathered to make toadstools out of recycled umbrellas and traffic cones and paint large butterflies out of recycled plastic.


Hospice's plea after donors give dirty potties, stained clothes and even bag of waste

Hospice's plea after donors give dirty potties, stained clothes and even bag of waste

Hospice's plea after donors give dirty potties, stained clothes and even bag of waste

Managers at Isabel Hospice say poor-quality donations which end up in landfill cost the charity a staggering £70,000 a year.


Petrolhead driving home mental health awareness with Coffee and Cars event

Petrolhead driving home mental health awareness with Coffee and Cars event

Petrolhead driving home mental health awareness with Coffee and Cars event

Lewis Warren had an insight into mental health when he worked as a healthcare assistant in a psychiatric hospital.


Leventhorpe school and Stortford golf club duo called up for England

Leventhorpe school and Stortford golf club duo called up for England

Leventhorpe school and Stortford golf club duo called up for England

Max Hopkins and George Wright will represent England Schools after finishing second and third in English Schools Championship.


Shake-up at East Herts Council on the cards to spare services from cuts

Shake-up at East Herts Council on the cards to spare services from cuts

Shake-up at East Herts Council on the cards to spare services from cuts

Home working for staff and more online services for residents key to council's bid to save £1m to help plug budget black hole.


Video: Keyless thieves steal Mercedes from outside owner's home

Video: Keyless thieves steal Mercedes from outside owner's home

Video: Keyless thieves steal Mercedes from outside owner's home

The car was parked outside the owner's home in Sawbridgeworth on Sunday night when the thieves struck.


Councillors' cash boost for Stortford service for rape and sex abuse victims

Councillors' cash boost for Stortford service for rape and sex abuse victims

Councillors' cash boost for Stortford service for rape and sex abuse victims

Red Kite's ambassador trustee, former mayor Norma Symonds, has written and spoken about her experiences as a survivor of rape.


'Logistics centre lorries will be encouraged to use A120 and St James Way'

'Logistics centre lorries will be encouraged to use A120 and St James Way'

'Logistics centre lorries will be encouraged to use A120 and St James Way'

Developer of controversial 24/7 warehousing and distribution centre at Stortford South seeks to allay residents' fears over traffic.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More