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Team involved in the Thorley Wedge improvements, standing on site ahead of the opening
East Herts Council opened a new activity space at Thorley Wedge in Bishop’s Stortford today (Friday 12 May). The wide range of new equipment allows young teenagers and adults to meet and socialise outdoors while staying active and keeping fit.
Published 12th May 2023
Image of a thermometer in the snow showing temperatures below freezing
With temperatures set to stay low in the coming days we've put together a helpful guide with advice for bin collections and staying warm.
Published 8th December 2022
Cllr Eric Buckmaster holding a brick outside the site of Hertford Theatre
The growth and legacy development of Hertford Theatre entered its main phase of construction earlier this month and work has been on-going behind the scenes to ensure the new facades are in keeping and sympathetic to the local area.
Published 2nd December 2022
East Herts Council Logo green
East Herts Council is delivering a new activity space at Thorley Wedge. Ready for the New Year fitness resolutions, a range of equipment will be ready early in the new year aimed at young teenagers and adults wanting to exercise, keep fit or socialise.
Published 2nd December 2022
Photo of the U12 Bengeo Tigers holding the East Herts Lottery board
Local sports organisation, Bengeo Tigers Football Club – who signed up to the East Herts Lottery in 2019 – have so far raised £3.033.50* and used the funds to help increase the number of girls joining their development group (age 4-6 years), make improvements to the clubhouse and keep membership fees down.
Published 18th November 2022
group photo of all partner agencies involved on the day
East Herts Council licensing and enforcement officers jointly co-ordinated an operation with Sergeant Terry Alcock from Hertfordshire Police’s East Herts Rural Safer Neighbourhood Team last week (Wednesday, 26 October) specifically targeted at companies without the necessary licences to dispose of waste safely and individuals using dangerous, unroadworthy vehicles in the district.
Published 1st November 2022
Eric Buckmaster pictured on a recent visit to Vantorts Close in Sawbridgeworth
Opportunities to create new wildflower meadows have been identified across the district to help boost habitats for a variety of wildlife - including pollinating insects such as bees, butterflies, flies, moths and beetles that are in decline.
Published 7th October 2022