Toddlers and their parents celebrated the 20th birthday of Uttlesford’s only playbus, by getting on board last Thursday with Buffy balloons and the eating of a blue, vehicular cake.
Two years after raising £28,000 for charity by hiking to the North Pole, a High Roding man is to take his latest crazy feat of endurance – 13 marathons back-to-back from Paris to London.
“People power” and canine resistance have been called upon to oppose the latest application to build 100 houses in Thaxted.
The six-day trial of a Barnston wife, accused of trying to kill her husband, is reaching its closing stages.
A police investigation has been launched into an ongoing spate of destruction at a farm in Little Dunmow, where land continues to be ravaged by vandals driving over crops and causing thousands of pounds worth of damage.
Alex Lynn bolstered his bid for an F1 seat with Toro Rosso next season after securing the GP3 title on his first attempt in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.
Duncan Easley’s Takeley claimed the derby bragging rights again over Stansted, managed by his old pal Paul Attfield.
Great Dunmow Karate Club juniors competed in the English Shotokan Karate Association Championships and had some excellent results.
It has been an incredibly successful summer for Stebbing Tennis Club after achieving wins in various leagues and tournaments.
Takeley women’s match away at Hutton Reserves in the Essex County Women’s Football League was postponed on Sunday.
With the festive season fast approaching, Audley End House and Gardens is giving people the chance to celebrate Christmas the Victorian way.
Festive cheer will be in abundance when the Dickensian Christmas Shopping Day returns to Great Dunmow in a matter of weeks.
Star violinist Nicola Benedetti has added a second date at Saffron Hall following a huge demand for tickets.
TV funnyman Alan Carr is appearing at Saffron Walden Town Hall next month as part of a warm up for his 2015 UK tour.
Here is a round-up of some of the fireworks displays in and around Uttlesford...