The mayor of Dunmow joined young artists last week to present an edible gift to the winner of an Easter colouring competition.
Royal well-wishers were today blown away by the visit of Her Royal Highness Princess Anne, who arrived by helicopter to open Manuden’s new affordable housing development.
A Stansted school is “on the up”, according to the district’s MP, who paid a visit to Forest Hall last Friday.
There will be free entry for people who served in the Second World War, overseas or on the home front, to the first Duxford air show of the year, marking the anniversary of VE Day.
A motorcyclist who weaved in and out of traffic at speeds up to 148mph – believed to be the highest ever speed recorded in the UK by a rider carrying a pillion passenger – has today been banned from driving for 15 months.
There was a choice of events for Grange Farm and Dunmow Runners (GFDR) on Sunday; a five mile race at Braintree or a half marathon at Colchester.
Takeley thumped FC Romania 8-0 on Tuesday night to book their place in the Gordon Brasted Memorial Trophy semi-finals.
Takeley stretched their unbeaten Essex Senior League streak to eight games with Saturday’s 2-0 home victory over Sawbridgeworth.
The first ever parkrun event at Hatfield Forest on Saturday morning saw more than 180 runners attend.
Takeley FC were knocked out of the Essex Senior League Challenge Cup after going down 2-1 in the quarter-final at Haringey Borough on Tuesday night.
Students will be putting on their best Queen impressions for a theatrical production of We Will Rock You.