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An Uttlesford charity has been given a double boost.

Tony rasping his 49th horse of the challenge - the 1000kg Suffolk Punch 'Oswald' owned by Sue and Andrew Wager of Heybridge.

A vet took on a charity challenge with a difference as he rasped 50 horses’ teeth across Essex and Suffolk in just 24 hours.

James Ford

Singer James Ford, from Dunmow who gave up his career in marketing in July last year to pursue a singing career and within days was booked to sing at the V Festival is launching his debut single.

HRS Accelerated Reader William Smith

A school is full of millionaires, word millionaires that is. The Helena Romanes School, in Parsonage Downs, Great Dunmow, encourages students to read through the Accelerated Reader (AR) scheme.


Residents in Essex are being urged to take extra care to avoid medical emergencies during the bank holiday weekend.


Takeley picked up a point in a 1-1 Essex Senior League draw away at Southend Manor on Saturday.


Barnston AFC hosted a mixed Takeley squad on Tuesday night in a friendly as Barnston had no fixture the previous Saturday.

Alex Lynn at Spa

Alex Lynn went from the highs of a GP2 Series victory last time out to the lows of just one point from the weekend’s action at Spa-Francorchamps.

Rebecca Earl winning at Woburn

A teenage amateur golfer from Barnston has had a sensational week by winning three titles in seven days beating a host of professional players on the way.

Baz Sewell. Picture by Jamie Pluck

League leaders Copford visited Dunmow’s St Edmunds Lane on Saturday and secured a six-wicket victory.

What's On

A comprehensive guide to keep you and your family entertained in Uttlesford over the bank holiday weekend.

An all-male cast will present William Shakespeare’s As You Like It in an open-air performance at Harlequin House, Ickleton on Bank Holiday Monday, August 31.

Soldiers and Spies

Second World War Soldiers and Spies returns to Audley End House and Gardens on Sunday and Monday, August 30 and 31.

Joanna Eden Red Curtain

Saffron Walden singer Joanna Eden and Leigh McDonald revive their show The Unbearable Pleasure of Being a Woman at the Eight Bells in Saffron Walden on Sunday, August 30. Described as Fascinating Aida on Red Bull, it’s been 18 months since the pair wowed the St James Theatre, London, and Cambridge’s Creative Cabaret as well as Saffron Walden with their irreverent show about all things female with music, comedy, tragedy and harmony. Over 18s only.

Bee Gees Story

Nights On Broadway: The Bee Gees Story will be at the Civic Theatre, Chelmsford on Saturday, September 12. It has songs from the 60s to the 90s by a seven-piece, Irish band, Irish Bee Gees. They recreate the magic of the three Gibbs brothers who went from singing close harmony as children to become world superstars by their early twenties, acknowledged as some of the greatest song writers in history.

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