The splashpool will be closed 20th-23rd May due to a failure of the main dosing controller which controls the disinfectant in the pool. It is expected to reopen on 24th May. The Town Council apologises for any inconvenience.
Work on the new Skate Park starts this week. The Youth shelter is being removed on 4th May, in preparation (it will be reinstated and repainted as part of the works) and the contractors for the build will be onsite later during week commencing 3rd May. The works are expected to last about 12 weeks.
Work on the wider Castle Park Project will start in June/July. 2022.
Following tree surveys undertaken by Bishop’s Stortford Town Council, a quantity of work has been identified to improve the health and appearance of trees with the town.
Some of the work is urgent; however most of it could be scheduled to suit the contractor who gains the contract.
STAGE 1 – Start immediately to 31st October 2022
Works to be completed within six months
All work must be completed by 31st October 2022
STAGE 2 – 1st November to 31st March 2023
Works to be completed within the dates shown
All work must be completed by 31st March 2023
STAGE 3 – 1st April 2023 to 31st March 2024
Works to be completed within the dates shown
All work must be completed by 31st March 2024
If you are interested in submitting a quotation, and would like to seek further information on the surveys, please contact Sim Richardson (firstname.lastname@example.org) on 01279 712142.
Bishop’s Stortford Town Council today announces the availability of up to £500,000 to provide capital grants to local non-commercial organisations which benefit the residents of the Town. Grants from this fund will be for a maximum value of £50,000 per organisation, and any organisation may apply for only one grant. Organisations which were awarded a grant in November 2021 under the Major Sports Grants fund are not eligible to apply. Grant applications must be for capital purcahses only, revenue expenses, other than those directly required to implement the capital project (eg costs of design, planning consent etc) will not be funded.
For further details and to apply please visit www.bishopsstortfordtc.gov.uk/grants and scroll down to find 'Capital Grants Programme - Tranche 2'
The Mayor of Bishop’s Stortford, Keith Warnell, would like to invite you to ‘Elvis is in the Building’, which promises to be a great evening that I (Keith) can personally vouch for having seen this before!
This is a fundraising event takes place on Thursday 7th April 2022 at 7.30pm, at a South Mill Arts, South Road, Bishop’s Stortford, Herts, CM23 3JG,
The event is in aid of Retune, a local charity that provides mental health and wellbeing therapy through music.
They visit schools, hospitals, prisons, universities, and one on one sessions as well as live public gigs that promote mindfulness and wellbeing, providing a safe space without judgement where performers and audiences can share songs, stories and experiences. A truly unique musical charity and their founder, Tom Ryder, will be there too. Please visit www.retunewellbeing.com for more information.
Tickets cost £18 and includes a pizza buffet.
To book tickets please contact email@example.com
Come along, it will be a great evening to help a great cause!
We are currently recruiting for two posts in our Tourism, Events and Markets team. These posts, which offer exceptionally varied and interesting roles combining several areas of the Councils engagement with the Town, will suit enthusiastic candidates with project management, administrative, events or customer service experience with a 'can do' attitude and the willingness to learn new skills. Full training will be given. Full details here
The Farmers and Crafts Market is this Saturday (2 April) on North Street between 9:30 and 1:30! Come and support local traders that specialise in handcrafts and homemade goods.
Check out delicious Indian street food and spice mixes at the Farmers and Crafts Market this Saturday! Menas indian banquet will be cooking fresh curries, samosas and bhajis
Interested in local artists and artwork? Bishop's Stortford Art Society will have a great range of paintings, crafts, sketches and more!
Support local bees and beekeepers by visiting the Bishops Stortford Beekeepers - check out their range of local honey and bee products.
Pick up delicious homemade chutneys and pickles from Moggies Pickles.
The Jam Shed will be returning with their great range of handmade Jams, jellies, cordials and more!
Rawesome cakes are back a great range of raw vegan cakes and sweet treats. Look how delicious they look, we can’t wait!
Italian Paradiso flavour will be bringing traditional Italian homemade pizza, pasta and breads. Don’t miss out on an authentic taste of Italy.
Funky Footstall will have handcraft luxury footstalls which can be made from bespoke fabrics and made to order.
Stort Valley Spirits is back with their exclusive spirits including gin, whiskey, rum and vodka.
Applications are now open for the annual Carnival Parade and Fun Day. Visit https://www.bishopsstortfordtc.gov.uk/carnival-parade-and-fun-day-18-ju… for more details!
BISHOP’S STORTFORD ANNUAL TOWN MEETING
The Annual Town Meeting will be held at South Mill Arts, 1-3 South Road, CM23 3JG on Monday 7th March 2022, at 7.30pm (refreshments at 7pm).
This is a forum for Bishop’s Stortford taxpayers to voice their opinions and question their elected Councillors.
Make your voice heard and learn about matters around town!
The Agenda will be published on the website and town noticeboards on Wednesday 23rd February 2022.
Questions may be accepted on the day if time allows.