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After the success of last year’s inaugural Uttlesford Business Awards, Archant is delighted to announce the return of the awards for 2018.

Cafe owners in Great Dunmow forced to temporarily close after a flood are reassuring customers they hope to be back open this weekend.

Train passengers using Greater Anglia services are being asked not to pull the emergency cord for a medical incident on board, but instead to call 999 – and take to Twitter.

The annual Big Draw day at Dunmow Library on Saturday, October 14 with artists Paul Taylor and Anne Schwegmann-Fielding, was a big hit with families.

The award-winning amateur drama company, Dunmow Players present their latest musical, Priscilla Queen of the Desert at Foakes Hall next week and it’s strictly not a family show.

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This play is a masterpiece immaculately performed. I started from the beginning writing down the witty lines, until I realised, I had filled half a notebook. My pen never left the page.

The next Joanna’s Place jazz concert at Fairycroft House in Saffron Walden with singer/songwriter Joanna Eden will be on Saturday, October 14.

A choir evening with songs including Over the Rainbow, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square and Moon River as well as ancient and classical music will be presented by Granta Chorale on Saturday, October 21.

Families are invited to the 10th annual Cambridge Festival of Ideas from October 16-29 (going through half-term) with talks, story-telling, games, exhibitions and interactive fun. There are hundreds of free events over two weeks.

How far would you go to become the most powerful man in the world? Martin Shaw stars in the UK premiere of Gore Vidal’s The Best Man at Cambridge Arts Theatre from October 16-21.

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