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Once more into the breech for Stortford hypnobirthing mum Georgia

Once more into the breech for Stortford hypnobirthing mum Georgia

Once more into the breech for Stortford hypnobirthing mum Georgia

Georgia Mathieu says: “I really enjoyed my births and feel very passionate about the skills learnt on my relaxation courses.”


MP Mark Prisk highlights fight against bowel cancer

MP Mark Prisk highlights fight against bowel cancer

MP Mark Prisk highlights fight against bowel cancer

Somebody is diagnosed with bowel cancer in the UK every 15 minutes and 16,000 people a year die of it, even though it is curable


Fireman Simon from Stortford orchestrates chocolate cheer for thousands of children

Fireman Simon from Stortford orchestrates chocolate cheer for thousands of children

Fireman Simon from Stortford orchestrates chocolate cheer for thousands of children

In six years Stansted Airport firefighter Simon Phillips has collected 7,000 Easter eggs for youngsters unable to be at home or facing hardship


Aspergillosis sufferer highlights deadly danger lurking in your garden

Aspergillosis sufferer highlights deadly danger lurking in your garden

Aspergillosis sufferer highlights deadly danger lurking in your garden

Aspergillus has evolved drug-resistant strains and is linked with up to 400,000 UK asthma cases a year and 3,600 lung infections.


Madelaine hits the high notes to take Rotary's regional young musician title

Madelaine hits the high notes to take Rotary's regional young musician title

Madelaine hits the high notes to take Rotary's regional young musician title

The 18-year-old is now looking forward to a final round on the national stage in Chelmsford on May 4.


Sowing seeds with love over six decades

Sowing seeds with love over six decades

Sowing seeds with love over six decades

A blooming lovely bunch of floral fanatics from the Herts & Essex Boundary Flower Club are celebrating their diamond anniversary this spring.


Villagers' shock as travellers start to build road in Little Hadham field

Villagers' shock as travellers start to build road in Little Hadham field

Villagers' shock as travellers start to build road in Little Hadham field

Police and East Herts Council officers have visited the site off Chapel Lane


Massage of the Month: Downtime on the menu for community cafe owner

Massage of the Month: Downtime on the menu for community cafe owner

Massage of the Month: Downtime on the menu for community cafe owner

Sid Perry, who works 70 hours a week at her Wiggly Willow community café, enjoyed some well-earned R&R as the Indie's Massage of the Month winner


Blood transfusion first for air ambulance crew at crash

Blood transfusion first for air ambulance crew at crash

Blood transfusion first for air ambulance crew at crash

Patients were previously given a saline solution, which doesn't carry oxygen or help with clotting.


Rare coin found in Ugley represents intriguing link with Stortford's Saxon buried royalty

Rare coin found in Ugley represents intriguing link with Stortford's Saxon buried royalty

Rare coin found in Ugley represents intriguing link with Stortford's Saxon buried royalty

The silver penny of Harold II, rumoured to be buried in St Michael's Church in Windhill, is rare because he ruled for less than a year.


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