Improve your fitness and learn about the riverside flora and fauna on one of three routes from Stortford to Sawbo and Harlow stations.
Essex & Herts Air Ambulance asks bikers to ride a route of at least 60 miles in August and September for 'I Did It My Way'.
The Gibberd Garden has reopened to visitors on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons, with Covid-19 measures in place.
Tesco is the start and finish for Jono Forgham's ramble around the parish boundary of Little Hadham - and he stumbles on a moment of nature in the raw
Jono Forgham heads to the Flitch Way and Stansted Airport lagoons to see what he can record for the Royal Entomological Society's National Insect Week
Founder Alex Trenchard hung on until May in the hope of avoiding cancelling the 15th-anniversary bash which was due to take place from July 23 to 26.
Visitors to the 1,000-acre National Trust attraction near Takeley must book a parking space online.
Health, fitness and wellbeing festival Goodness in the Park will take place in July and be streamed live from Friends of Castle Park Facebook Page.
English Heritage is introducing arrival time slots, which must be booked in advance, and limiting visitor numbers by about a third.
Going out on a different day for his Indie wander pays off for Jono Forgham as he spots birds, butterflies, bees and other insects in the Ash Valley
Car parks and toilets will be open to the public, but children's play equipment, sky ropes, visitor centres and cafés will remain closed.
Villagers are being encouraged to join 'stay at home' street parties and a live lockdown set with Stansted's James 'Deejay Goochy' Goodge.
In a regular series on artefacts at Bishop's Stortford Museum, Roy Fletcher shines a light on an aptly-named carpenter's first career steps