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Farleigh Hospice

Cakes and coffee helped to raise £1,000 for Farleigh Hospice in Chelmsford.

Dog Safety

Free reflective snap bands for dog walkers are being given away by Uttlesford District Council to help owners and dog stay safe in the dark winter evenings.

Anne-Lise Fitzgerald Blum

Forty brave soles, including a pantomime dame, have helped raise more than £12,000 by conquering the coals at the St Clare Firewalk.

Olivia Cheque

A donation of £2,000 has been made to help little Olivia Bowyer learn to speak.


Max Malins is hoping his National Two South form will propel him to international glory.

Non-league football from the Hunts Post.

New Stansted boss Mark Ashford took charge of the side for the first time on Tuesday night and saw his team beat Bowers & Pitsea 2-1.

Dunmow United Sharks U8s

Dunmow United Sharks U8s paid tribute to those who lost their lives in the Paris attacks earlier in the month.

Dunmow Atlantis Swimming Club swimmers at the Essex Winter Championships

Dunmow Atlantis had another successful round of swimming at Basildon last weekend competing at the Essex Senior Winter Championships.

Dunmow racer Michael Higgs with his racing car

Talented young racing driver Michael Higgs has received a bumper sponsorship boost from Cambridge Regional College to help him reach the top.

What's On

Four Seasons by Candlelight is a programme of 18th century classics played by in a candle-lit setting with the Mozart Festival Orchestra in 18th century costume.

Alison Balsom

She may have been acclaimed as the best international trumpet soloist of her generation, but Alison Balsom is just an ordinary gal at heart.

Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra

One of the most haunting and evocative pieces of music ever written, Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No 2, used as the score for David Lean’s film Brief Encounter, based on the Noel Coward play Still Life, will be part of the programme played by Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra at Saffron Hall on Sunday November 29.

Christmas Carol

ctor Clive Francis returns to Cambridge Arts Theatre on Sunday, November, 15, with his acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company performance as Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, and other characters from the story. The show is inspired by Dickens’ own first reading and performance of A Christmas Carol in December 1853 at Birmingham Town Hall.

Mark Thomas

Comedian Mark Thomas, who just can’t accept that the world can’t be made better, will be at Haverhill Arts Centre on Thursday, December 3 with his latest stand-up show Trespass.

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