Online 'Out of the Ordinary' sale of over 600 lots by Sworders will be the largest hosted by the Stansted auction house to date.
To mark Autism Awareness Week (March 29-April 4), Bishop's Stortford College librarian Lizzie Hall selects some books to help children's understanding
Fantasy novel for teenagers Threadneedle, by Cari Thomas, is among Bishop's Stortford College Prep School librarian Lizzie Hall's new must-reads
Vassiliki Bay, Portugal and the Lake District featured in works by Bishop's Stortford Art Society member Barbara Anderson
Stortford-raised actress, comedian and writer has released a book centred on her own satire which pokes fun at the UK's political elite.
Director Godfrey Worsdale and his team are able to offer visitors a unique cultural experience in the fresh air this spring.
The Gallery at Parndon Mill's curator Sally Anderson gives Indie readers the lowdown on the artists featured in its online Facing Forward exhibition
Bishop's Stortford College Prep School librarian Lizzie Hall selects her favourite picture books to teach children all about the joys of spring
Some of the winning entries from Bishop's Stortford Camera Club's colour competition on the themes of creative photography and monochrome
Kate Johnson short-listed in Jackie Collins romantic thriller category in online Romantic Novel Awards for her book Death Comes To Cornwall.
Mark Edwards is capturing familiar yet unsettling local landscapes to illustrate the alien atmosphere the coronavirus crisis has spawned.
Mother of two and passionate photographer Amy Robson has found pleasure and comfort in getting out with her camera.
Bishop's Stortford College Prep School librarian Lizzie Hall takes a look at the books you can pick up with your £1 World Book Day voucher.
Bishop's Stortford College librarian Lizzie Hall looks at the children's books vying to win the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals in 2021
A series of lectures hosted by Bishop's Stortford Decorative & Fine Arts Society on a wide range of subjects begins in March and will be shown online
Famous Spanish painter was 73 when he did the crayon drawing as a gift for his 19-year-old former muse and her fiancé in 1956.
Much Hadham's Kate Hennessey combined her passion for wildlife and growing confidence at photography to get some glorious pictures of life in lockdown