Travellers face the most difficult journeys on Tuesday December 5, when ASLEF train drivers are set to strike.
Just 24 hours before GMB members were due to walk out, refuse and street cleaning contactor Urbaser confirmed a pay agreement had been reached.
Nearly 2,000 people responded to consultation and 75% backed plans for a transport network from Watford to Harlow and onwards to Stansted Airport.
Herts Hash House Harriers caused a stir in June last year when a Sawbo resident queried what the “chalky white” trail left around town was.
Visitors to the annual event browsed stalls from local businesses and community groups and joined in with the festive entertainment.
District council offering grants of £300 to £5,000 to community, cultural and environmental groups and projects.
Labour said the Government was “out of touch”, the Lib Dems called for action on NHS and the Green Party condemned “pre-election bribes”.
Bags of Kindness contain biscuits, sweets, soup and hot chocolate as well as blankets, gripper gloves, a thermal hat and a card thermometer.
Greater Anglia trains between London Liverpool Street and Cambridge on December 3 will start and terminate at Audley End.
Report advocates introduction of weekly food waste collection service in district with a three-weekly cycle for other refuse.
Over 4,000 patients who need hip and knee surgery, spinal injections and ENT procedures expected to be treated at St Albans hub in its first year.
There will also be 20% rises in allowances for carers and childcare and a 1,025% hike in the mileage rate for electric cars.
Saturday’s fayre begins at 3pm and will include a free grotto for children to pop in and see Father Christmas and a full afternoon of entertainment.
The plan identifies action points in five key areas but residents are warned Sawbridgeworth Town Council is not responsible for a number of them.
Herts County Council wants to upgrade the site on Woodside industrial estate by improving the internal circulation for vehicles to cut queuing times.