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IMPORTANT INFORMATION – 13th AUGUSTHIGH STREET, WARE ONE WAY SYSTEM REVERSAL Hertfordshire County Council are refining measures to the one way system through Ware High Street. Highways are working to support the Public health COVID-19 Measures. Current government guidelines advise pedestrianised areas to allow space for users to maintain a social distance to reduce the […]

If you have a new, continuous cough or a fever you should stay at home and self-isolate for at least seven days. If you, or someone you live with, develop symptoms, the entire household needs to isolate for 14 days to monitor for signs of the disease. What should I do if my symptoms don’t […]

Rachael Williamson, of the Citizens Advice East Herts office in South Street, Bishop’s Stortford, rounds up the major issues on which their volunteers have been fielding queries in recent days… The situation around the coronavirus pandemic is changing all the time. Citizens Advice has issued the following information to help answer some common questions about […]

As many of us are aware, trying to shop in Ware has become a total nightmare! With the majority of the UK population affected by panic buying which has had a massive affect especially on those that are elderly, vulnerable and those with newborn and young babies/toddlers. Baby milk and nappies wipes are scarce. I […]

The East Herts Radio CIC team have been out and about this week in Ware and Hertford to find out what is really going on at our local supermarkets and local High Street busineses. We will list what businesses and organisations are closed and which are open with a limited or restricted service. ALL supermarkets have reported […]

General Election 2019: Passion and policies as candidates address Hertford and Stortford voters’ concerns  By Sinead Corr– sinead.corr@iliffemedia.co.uk Published: 12:51, 09 December 2019 | Updated: 15:22, 09 December 2019 The Recording of Saturdays Husting will be aired tonight at 7PM on East Herts Radio CIC Teen Voice UK co-founder and Labour activist Josh Dean gives his impression of Saturday’s Hertford & Stortford […]

Ware Dickensian Evening 2019 in pictures with the East Herts Radio CIC interviews. Just click the player to listen.

Ware Dickensian Evening 2019 Ware Dickensian Evening is all set to take place on Friday 6th December 2019! Download Ware Dickensian 2018 Programme Here! Parking/Traveling to the Event We encourage anyone planning on joining us on the night to try and use public transport where available. All public car parks (except for the Library car park) will […]

Hertford enjoyed a festive weekend to begin the Christmas season, with the annual ‘Hertford Christmas Gala’ taking place on Friday 22nd November, and the ‘Shop Hertford’ discounted shopping event the following day. Both events were organised by Hertford Town Council, and were sponsored by Duffield Harrison Solicitors and McCarthy & Stone. Disney Characters including Olaf […]

Hertford Town Council and the Secret Society of Hertford Crafters (SSOHC) have joined forces once again following multiple partnerships over the years, including the Hertford Castle Poppy Appeal installation and children’s town trails including the Princess and Pirate Trail and the mythical Creatures Trail. Residents, shop owners and visitors to the town will be in […]

East Herts Radio is about to launch a series of LIVE one hour wellbeing talks shows commencing on Wednesday 16th October 2019 at 21:00PM. This first talk show will be hosted by Mickey Gocool and Mental Health Expert Rebecca Fox from the Hertfordshire Therapy Centre, and will be talking specifically about Men’s Mental Health. Mickey […]

In today’s digital age, content is increasingly on-demand. People can listen and watch whatever they want at any time making traditional radio – at times – feel irrelevant. However, radio is very much still alive! In fact, traditional radio has overcome many challenges over the last few years. People still tune into radio for both […]

On Saturday 31st September, the East Herts Radio Team visited the Ware Lido – a much loved part of the local community – to speak to the team about their campaign to keep the Lido open for longer and raise money for vital maintenance.

Saturday 31st August saw 2 of the East Herts Radio team attend the Ska Faces event at Ware Drill Hall that we have recently been advertising and giving away tickets for. New presenter Katie Rowley attended with her partner Jamie, and Symon Allemandy also went along to represent us. Judging from the photo’s and video’s […]

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Ghosts of Ware and Hertford Yes! It’s not Halloween yet! So why are we hosting a show about Ghosts?Well as some are aware, there are many Ghost stories, Myths and Legends in and around Ware and Hertford. The reason for this show is to hear Ghost Stories from local people which is why we have […]

Ref: 0441 MD                                                                                 31 July, 2020 Police are urging construction workers to remain vigilant following a spate of thefts from building sites across East Herts. Since 11 July there have been three incidents reported to police, two in Bishop’s Stortford and one on the A602 near Watton at Stone. Offenders have entered sites, cut holes in […]

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 […]

If you are a Hertford resident or live in the surrounding area, you’ll soon start to notice a new campaign being launched by Hertford Town Council. The ‘Love Hertford Local’ shopping campaign will be promoting all types of local businesses, providing ongoing support as the town begins to re-open its doors for business. Hertford has […]

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 […]

Well what can we say, our very own Yarn Bombers of East Herts doing something amazing yet again. They are holding an auction to raise money for 2 amazing organisations, They are auctioning 15 of there amazing handcrafted Key Workers and Covid-19 Heroes. All there details are as follows. SSOHC online auction: Celebrating Key Workers […]

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 […]

Event is part of the RSPCA’s Virtual One Fun Day on 14 June The RSPCA’s Hertfordshire East Branch is inviting pet-owners to get involved with a Virtual Home Pet Show in June to raise more money for animals in need. The event is being held as part of the charity’s Virtual One Fun Day, which […]