October 1 2014 Latest news:
Smoked salmon and Buck’s Fizz was the breakfast of choice for the oldest resident at a Great Dunmow Care home, as she celebrated her 106th birthday.
Saffron Walden MP Sir Alan Haselhurst last week voted in favour of military action against Islamic State (IS) after describing the extremists as “pure barbaric evil”.
Victims of the flash flooding which damaged households in Thaxted and Saffron Walden will be eligible for council tax rebates, it has been announced.
The threat of rain didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of spectators and participants in this year’s Dunmow Carnival procession.
Thirty eight inspirational youngsters from four secondary schools and five clubs across Uttlesford received prestigious accolades at a charity awards ceremony.
A Great Dunmow family had a lucky escape when a car careered through the front of their house and into their children’s playroom.
Royal laundry will be aired to the theatre-going public in a few weeks’ time, when an adaptation of a popular children’s book, first performed at the Southbank centre last summer, comes to Felsted School’s Hunt Theatre as a part of a nationwide tour.
Building blocks seized by border officials at Stansted Airport last month have now been confirmed as counterfeit toys, worth £18,000, and destroyed.
Takeley go into their second meeting in a week with Hullbridge Sports in high spirits after a thumping 5-1 home win over Eton Manor on Tuesday night in the Essex Senior Cup.
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