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The opening of Stebbing Tennis Club’s third court took place in Sunday sunshine.

Doctor listening to his patient talking about her illness

Uttlesford residents will be able to ask questions of NHS board members at a serious of public meetings due to be held across West Essex, with the first taking place in Saffron Walden on Thursday (May 28).

Dance success

More than 120 dancers in Dunmow are celebrating after passing their exams.

Travelling farm visits Dunmow school

Betty Spaghetti, Cherry, Wasabi and Wally were on the register at Dunmow St Mary’s Primary School last month.

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A Dunmow gift manufacturer is to expand to cope with its increased demand.


Dunmow Atlantis Swimming Club had another busy weekend competing at two league galas.

Dunmow Cricket Club's Ollie Rooney. Picture by Jamie Pluck.

Ollie Rooney’s fine 91 was in vain as Dunmow threw away a likely victory in a hard fought contest at Ipswich in a game that ebbed and flowed.

Aythorpe Roding's Steve Chambers

Aythorpe Roding lost their second league game of the season when Rettendon visited Round Bush Green Ground and won by eight wickets.

Dunmow CC's Ollie Rooney

Dunmow moved up to mid-table in the Two Counties League table with victory over Kelvedon and Feering.

Dunmow Cricket Club's 1st's captain Paul Reid

Following the highs of their first victory of the season, Dunmow CC came back down to earth with a bump as they suffered an eight wicket defeat to Mildenhall 2nds.

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Stuck for half term ideas for entertaining children? Here’s a run down of some treats on offer.

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The young and gifted musicians of The Temple Ensemble, all now based at the Royal Academy of Music in London, will play at St Mary’s Church, Saffron Walden on Saturday, May 23.

David Suchet as Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest

David Suchet, one of Britain’s best loved actors, especially for his television role as Agatha Christie’s dectective Poirot, will be putting on a frock to play Lady Bracknell.

Alan Ayckbourn's Absent Friends will run from Tuesday, May 19 to Wednesday, May 20.

Six friends, one tea-party and a spectacular 70s backdrop come together in this production of Alan Ayckbourn’s Absent Friends, at Chelmsford Civic Theatre later this month.

Reginald D Hunter will be performing at the Cambridge Corn Exchange this Saturday, May 2.

“I like performing where people are having a good time and it’s easy to be heard, and there stands to be a good raucous time after the show,” Reginald D Hunter says in his beautiful Southern drawl.

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