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Labour party raise questions about parking enforcement Maidenhead Street Parking is prohibited on Maidenhead Street, motorists regularly defy the rules and park up – sometimes lining both sides of the street.  Hertford Labour Party have raised questions in regards to the continued parking issues on Maidenhead Street, which was pedestrianised – with gates installed at […]

Resident Joanne Easter has been campaigning for Hoe Lane in Ware to be made safer by the council.  She feels that speed measures need to be introduced after several accidents and residents have obtained shocking footage of a cat being hit by a car due to speeding.   Joanne Easter said: “ I am trying to […]

Labour Councillor Carolyn Redfern has written to well known Hertford bus company to make a change on the bus route through Hertford following complaints from local residents that they are regularly failing to make scheduled stops on Thieves Lane and The Ridgeway.  Councillor Redfern said: “Residents in Thieves Lane, the Ridgeway and the adjoining Bentley […]

Some Hertford shop owners have claimed that the local council have not supported them with returning to work after the Corona Virus Pandemic. Aswell as not feeling that they have support from the council, many shop owners were ‘upset’ about the fact that they were ‘not consulted’ about the social distancing measures that were put […]

On Wednesday the 17th of June between 4pm and 6 there was a socially distanced ‘Showcase of black talent’ in Hartham Common. There was a lot of support from the Hertford and local community. There was many powerful speeches at this event, including one from Mark who said: “Marvin Gaye asked ‘whats going on’ in […]

The Stortford Against Rhodes campaign has written to Julie Marson MP and Bishop’s Stortford town councillors, calling for them to support their campaign to rename the Rhodes Art Centre. The Stortford Against Rhodes campaign has said: “Books teach history, statues and buildings glorify history. We do not believe that the legacy of Cecil Rhodes is […]

Tonight, Wednesday the 10th of June, will be an exciting bingo night fundraiser by Platinum Point for Carers in Herts. Platinum point is a group in Hertford that adopts a charity each year and tries to raise as much money as they possibly can for them. This year they have chosen Carers in Herts. Kate […]

According to their most recent report, the Department for International Trade last year licensed the export of a variety of riot control equipment to the United States, including anti-riot guns, tear gas, and riot shields. More than 160 MPs, from every major party in the House of Commons have written to Secretary of State for […]

Boris Jonson announced on the 24th of May that Secondary schools will be opening as of the 15th of June for year 10s and year 12s. Dennis O’Sullivan, Head teacher of Chauncy School in Ware expressed his concern about this: “If it was up to me I wouldn’t open schools, I think that the great […]

Hertfordshire county council have  decided to make temporary changes to better support social distancing guidelines in 16 towns across Hertfordshire, including both Ware and Hertford High Street.  Councillor Phil Bibby, Cabinet Member for Highways and Environment, said: “The safety and security of those who live and work in Hertfordshire is a top priority for us […]