A hospice is reaching out to patients living with heart failure who could benefit from its services.
With a combination of post-Christmas gloom and dark and cold nights, today has been awarded the title of Blue Monday.
Patients using Garden House Hospice Care’s gym are making the most of a new treadmill which has been bought after a series of fundraising efforts by a Royston running club.
North Herts residents who opted-in to the council’s garden waste collection services will be offered a three-month extension period in light of issues which have affected many since the start of the contract with Urbaser in May.
Two of the cyclists ready to take on Garden House Hospice Care’s First World War centenary cycle challenge to France and Belgium have been speaking about what it means to be part of the trip.
Govia Thameslink has published details of the new interim timetable, which they say “marks a significant stage in the recovery plan” following chaos on their services.
Two rail user groups serving North Herts say overall they are “pleased” with changes made to the new Great Northern train timetable, which was released to them yesterday.