The likes of Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll, Splatoon, The Legend of Zelda and Astro Boy on Lizzie Hall's must-read list for children getting into manga
Sir Ian McKellen and Dame Judi Dench among guests from world of theatre and film who gathered for unveiling of memorial to Sir John Gielgud.
The pieces by Nick Dittrich, which were created using recycled advertising billboard posters, are part of the Hertford Arts Trail
The best images of the year taken by Bishop's Stortford Camera Club members will be on display at free photography exhibition on Saturday (April 23)
Letter carver and sculptor Wayne Hart, who works at studios near Bishop’s Stortford, will be among guests at the Abbey for the dedication ceremony.
Indie book reviewer Janet Gordon's latest recommendations include Stepping Up by Sarah Turner and Are We Having Fun Yet? by Lucy Mangan
Paintings by Deirdre Shepherd, celebrating landscapes of Outer Hebrides and Ireland, are complemented by sculptural ceramics by Nigel Earle.
Bunny vs Monkey, Escape Room and Furthermoor on Bishop's Stortford College's Lizzie Hall's list of books to keep children occupied in Easter holidays
The Little Hallingbury founder of Detheo Photography had two merited images in The Societies of Photographers' competition for 20in x 16in prints.
Bishop’s Stortford Art Society’s six-day Spring Exhibition is on in the shopping centre's Community Space next to Wilko and until Sunday (April 10)
Takeley's Janet Gordon, who reviews best-sellers and debut fiction for the Indie, chats to award-winning novelist Dani Atkins about her latest book
'Henry Moore: The Sixties' will open on April 1 at the world-famous sculptor's former home, studio and gardens at Perry Green.
New book reviews by Takeley's Janet Gordon, including The Secrets of Sainte Madeleine by Tilly Bagshaw and Would I Lie To You? by Aliya Ali-Afzal
Ray Star, from Harlow, also gave a talk and held a Q&A as she spread the word about Earthlings: The Beginning at the Bishop's Stortford bookshop
Stansted auction house Sworders is donating its profits from the sales of the works by seven Ukrainian artists to help refugees.
Bishop's Stortford Art Society member Lin Watson on how mixing with flamboyant celebrities, artists and actors dramatically changed her taste for art