BMDA new sponsor
BMDA becomes latest Party in the Park sponsor

BMDA Design, a team of graphic designers based in Hertford and Bishop’s Stortford, has been announced as the latest sponsor for Stortford Heroes: Party in the Park. Party in the Park is a free music festival taking place in Bishop’s Stortford this summer to celebrate unsung local heroes. It’s completely community-driven with local businesses and

Jackson Square
Jackson Square announced as sponsor for Party in the Park

Bishop’s Stortford shopping centre, Jackson Square, has been announced as a sponsor for the summer music festival Stortford Heroes: Party in the Park. Party in the Park takes place on Saturday 16th July at Sworders Field with live entertainment, face painting, food stalls, and much more. It’s a community-focused event organised by Bishop’s Stortford-based tech

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Enable FLP announced as Party in the Park sponsor

ITVET is delighted to announce Bishop’s Stortford-based financial advisors, Enable FLP, as a sponsor for Stortford Heroes: Party in the Park. This is a free community event with a festival feel, bursting with music and entertainment for the whole family. The aim of Party in the Park is to celebrate unsung local heroes and raise

GPS generator
GPS donates generator for local music festival

Family-run business, Generated Power Services (GPS), has generously donated a generator to help power the local music festival, Stortford Heroes: Party in the Park. Party in the Park, sponsored by ITVET Ltd, takes place on Saturday 16th July 2022 at Sworders Field with a fantastic music line up, food stalls, a tennis tournament, and much

The Apton Centre Christmas lunch
Stortford Heroes: 12 Days of Giving

ITVET wrap up ‘Stortford Heroes: 12 Days of Giving’ across the community. From the 1st to the 12th December, ITVET employees made generous donations to local charities, schools and pharmacists to say thanks for supporting the community during the pandemic. Each day had a different theme including monetary donations, homeless shoebox appeal, chocolate treats for