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Stansted's Anglia in Bloom Action Group is running this year's photographic challenge with the winner claiming the front cover of the village magazine
Neville Twitchell, who was born in Bishop's Stortford, began writing Sherlock Holmes and the Ciphered List during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Bishop's Stortford Camera Club is holding its annual photography exhibition at the Methodist Church in South Street on Saturday (April 22)
Paintings and drawings focusing on natural history by Bishop's Stortford Art Society membership secretary and webmaster Margery Maskell
Janet Gordon's latest book reviews include One Italian Summer by Catherine Mangan and The Art of Friday Night Dinner by Eleanor Steafel
The four-day event at Hatfield Park will give thousands of members of the public the chance to see expert crafting skills close up.
Works of art will be on display in the old Game shop, opposite Claire's Accessories, from Monday April 24 to Thursday April 27.
Paddy Lennox serves up a double dose of laughs as Great Dunmow and Laughing Bishops comedy clubs open their doors on Friday and Saturday April 14-15.
Shygirl to perform at Laundry Meadows while Sainté and D Double E head up a new rap and hip-hop night called FutureFlow on The Cowshed.
Whirlwind performer Adam Bloom will be part of a four-strong lineup at the Water Lane United Reformed Church Hall this Saturday (March 18)
The Christmas Eve Eve community sing-along at the bandstand in Sworder’s Field raises money for the food bank in Bishop’s Stortford.
On Friday August 2 Madness will be supported by special guests the Lightning Seeds and the Old Time Sailors.
Bishop’s Stortford Acoustic Club will return to its home of The Half Moon on Thursday November 30
A wide range of genres, styles and sounds will be on the menu when Bishop’s Stortford Acoustic Club returns to The Belgian Brewer on November 16
Abi Jameson, who grew up in Stortford and went to Herts and Essex High School, is holding her first solo show in west London’s Shepherd Market.
Review of Made in Dagenham by Bishop’s Stortford Musical Theatre Company at South Mill Arts in Bishop’s Stortford.
Fans can hear the Welsh singer and TV and radio presenter in a series of dates the length and breadth of the UK, including South Mill Arts on April 5.
Media degree student and former Birchwood girl Eloise Churchman reviews outdoor theatre company Illyria’s Pride and Prejudice at Hatfield Forest.
Amber Cope reviews Water Lane Theatre Company’s open-air production in Monastery Garden of William Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Musical stage version of 1988 cult classic that starred Winona Ryder and Christian Slater will be screened as part of nationwide event.
The London stage comes to Bishop's Stortford with screenings of National Theatre and Royal Opera House shows at South Mill Arts
Bistro-cum-cocktail bar Firat in South Street held a VIP opening night attended by the mayor and people from Made In Chelsea and TOWIE.