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  Cedars Nature Centre is set to reopen its doors on the 12th of April with the team looking to the future with exciting developments. Like many UK Zoos, Cedars Nature Centre has been under increasing pressure as the lockdowns persisted meaning their source of much-needed income which was used to care for the animals […]

A new Police Office has been opened in Ware to help provide an even stronger policing presence in the town.

To day we pause for reflection on what has happened over the last year. On my show today I play extracts of a YouTube video recording that I made during the early days of the Lock down. All the streets were eerily quiet as I went around delivering my parcels and people looked at me […]

Stay at home If you live in Tier 4 you must not leave or be outside of your home or garden except where you have a ‘reasonable excuse’. A reasonable excuse includes: Work and volunteering You can leave home for work purposes, where your place of work remains open and where you cannot work from […]

“The Store’s Acting Manager Charlotte Felsted threatens POLICE action to journalist who is then escorted from the store” Struggling Hertfordshire families with children who are eligible for free school meals are to receive a £30 supermarket voucher over the Christmas holidays. The vouchers are distributed – in digital or paper form – through schools during the last […]

Prime Minister’s statement on coronavirus (COVID-19): 19 December 2020 Published 19 December 2020From:Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street and The Rt Hon Boris Johnson MPDelivered on:19 December 2020 (Transcript of the speech, exactly as it was delivered) Good afternoon, I am sorry to report that the situation has deteriorated since I last spoke to you three days […]

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 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 […]

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 […]

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 […]