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Town Centre Office to let

An individual office (unfurnished) is available for rent in the Old Monastery, Bishop’s Stortford

Location:               Room 3, Second Floor, The Courtyard, Windhill, CM23 2ND

Size (sq ft):            73            

Monthly rental:       £265 (Including Parking Space)

Key Features:

  • Town Centre Location
  • Easy In /Easy Out Arrangement
  • Inclusive Rent
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Private parking space

 

For more information contact the Town Council offices tel: 01279 715000 email: enquiries@bishopsstortfordtc.gov.uk;

Quotations invited for Cleaning Contract

The Town Council is inviting quotations for the regular cleaning of its facitlites at the Monastery, the Tourist Information Centre and Markwell Pavillion.  Responses are required no later than 23rd June 2017 and full details appear on our Tenders page

Farmers and Craft Market this Saturday!

 

Bishop's Stortford's popluar Farmers and Craft Market returns this Saturday (6 May) from 9.30-13.30 in North Street.

 

Traders who have registerd to attend are:

Aggies Bag- Handmade bags

Art Society- Original prints

Artisan bread

Beekeepers

Carol’s jewellery

Cheese teller- Cheesemonger

Bella By D – Jewellery

Giggly Pig- Local sausages

Goat Golden Soaps

Heavenly Homemade- Jams, chutneys and cakes

Hertford Porkies- Local Pies

Mogg’s Pickles- Jams and chutneys

New Barn Farm- Local lamb and beef

Olivine Originals- Hand created skin care

Perk’s Pickles- Jams and chutneys

Radwinter Game

Spice Queen- Indian spice blends

Wobbly Bottom Farm- Goat cheese

Hootie Tootie Jewellery

Goodies Pet Stall

Beau Petit Macarons

Moore and Moore Plants

Hasista Barista Coffee- hot coffee and beans

The Goodness Food Company- homemade cakes specialising in dietary and health needs

Hibiscus Lilly- Indian inspired jams chutneys and snacks such as nuts and bars

Mrs Scruff Handcut designs

We are recruiting

We have vacancies for a Tourist Information and Events Assistant (21-27 hours per week) and a Tourist Information Assistant (Saturdays).  Full details and an application form can be downloaded from our vacancies page.  Applications must be received by 19th May 2017.

Goods Yard Application 3/16/0530/OUT

The Goods Yard application (3/16/0530/OUT) will be heard by Bishop's Stortford Town Council's Planning and Development Committee on 8 May 2017 in the Council Chamber, The Old Monastery, Windhill, CM23 2ND.

Members of the public are welcome to attend; the meeting will begin promptly at 7.30pm in Bishop’s Stortford Town Council Chamber, Windhill, CM23 2ND.

Members of the public can send their comments to the committee by emailing rosanna.zaffuto@bishopsstortfordtc.gov.uk or to Bishop's Stortford Town Council, The Old Monastery Windhill Bishop’s Stortford CM23 2ND prior to 8 May. Comments may be published unless you state that you wish for your comments not to.

Members of the public  may request to speak during the meeting for up to 3 minutes to outline or explain your comments.  If you would like to do this please contact us on 01279 715000 or by emailing rosanna.zaffuto@bishopsstortfordtc.gov.uk

You are reminded that Bishop’s Stortford Town Council is a statutory consultee on all planning applications affecting the Town however the decision is ultimately made by East Herts District Council.  The District Council will take into account representations made by this council however you should ensure that a copy of your comments is also sent to direct to East Herts District Council at the address given on the notification which you received from them.

 

 

Annual Town Meeting

The Annual Town Meeting will be held at Rhodes, 1-3 South Road, CM23 3JG, on Tuesday 25 April 2017, at 7.30pm (refreshments at 7pm). The meeting is open to the press and public. This is a forum for Bishop’s Stortford taxpayers to voice their opinions, question their elected Councillors and directly effect change in the community. Make your voice heard and learn about matters around town! The Agenda is below and further details are published in the (follow document library -> Annual Town meetings).

A G E N D A

1. Apologies for Absence

2. To receive minutes of last year’s Annual Town Meeting

3. Resume of the year’s work – Town Mayor

4. Reports from Committee Chairmen

5. Trustees’ Report

  Rhodes Birthplace Trust
  Brazier Trust 6. Open Forum

6. Open Forum

Flavours of the world Market

‘Flavours of the World’ is a market crafted to stir the senses. Among the atmosphere, accents and aromas you will discover Italian sweets and biscuits from the home of the lightest nougats; cheese that characterises the cultural and culinary identity its hometown; along with cured meats, fuet and saucisson from every corner of France and beyond its borders; and stalls offering ranges of coffee and mustards, brought by traders with the knowledge and passion to enlighten you of the subtleties between them.

Beyond those stalls that tempt the taste buds, the market brings traders arriving to showcase the beauty of craft that exists beyond our shores. From bowls and ornaments, carved from Moroccan marble and Baltic amber, set into handcrafted jewellery; to finely woven Italian clothing, rugs and throws and over 60 scents of soap, forged from olive oil and enriched with argon oils from Alep to Marseille.

The market will take place in North Street from 9.30am.

The traders who have booked to attend are:

 

Asian Fusion- Green Chicken Currey, Noodles VEG,Noodels Chicken
Bambaji- Hand Bags and wooden letters
French Crepes - French Crepes - Sweet and Savoury
Italian Biscuits -  Italian Biscuits, Chocolate, Nougats
Jellies and Fudges
La Bagette Croustillante-  Bread and Pastry and viennoiserie
La Moutarde qui monte au nez- Homemade mustards, jams, olive oils ,cassoulet
Le Specialiste du Fromage- French Cheeses
Dry fruits and Nuts , Baklava, Nougat and Turkish Delight
Paella Español
Quality Hand Carved Gifts Woodcarvings & Furniture
Staffordshire Garden Furniture- Handmade garden furniture
Terre et Mer - tartiflette- garlic prawnie-boisson fraiche
The Cured Meat Company
The Olive Stall

 

 

Farmers and Craft Market this Saturday!

Bishop's Stortford's popluar Farmers and Craft Market returns this Saturday (1April) from 9.30-13.30 in North Street.This weekend’s event sees our largest Farmers and Craft Market yet with 29 traders and 30 pitches sold.

 

Traders who have registerd to attend are:

 

Aggies Bag- Handmade bags

Art Society- Original prints

Artisan bread

Beekeepers

Carol’s jewellery

Cheese teller- Cheesemonger

Bella By D – Jewellery

Essex brewery

Giggly Pig- Local sausages

Goat Golden Soaps

Heavenly Homemade- Jams, chutneys and cakes

Hertford Porkies- Local Pies

The one show brownies and cakes

Mogg’s Pickles- Jams and chutneys

New Barn Farm- Local lamb and beef

Olivine Originals- Hand created skin care

Perk’s Pickles- Jams and chutneys

Radwinter Game

Spice Queen- Indian spice blends

Tealicious- local blended tea

Wobbly Bottom Farm- Goat cheese

Hootie Tootie Jewellery

Goodies Pet Stall

Beau Petit Macarons

Moore and Moore Plants

Hasista Barista Coffee- hot coffee and beans

The Goodness Food Company- homemade cakes specialising in dietary and health needs

Molly Kate- Hand created crafts

Hibiscus Lilly- Indian inspired jams chutneys and snacks such as nuts and bars

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