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Uttlesford businesses have committed to reducing the stigma of mental health in the workplace by signing a pledge which is part of a national campaign.

Tricks and treats will be had in High Roding at a Halloween extravaganza on October 26 and 27.

Students from Saffron Walden County High School (SWCHS) visited Stansted Airport last Tuesday and met a Ryanair engineer, a dog handler from Essex Police and discovered more about the airport’s college.

Independent builders merchants, Huws Gray has acquired Ridgeons, an independently owned timber and builders merchants trading from more than 40 branches, including Saffron Walden.

Saving for a prolonged period of travel is essential, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey. And now might just be the best time to go.

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Sue Perkins will be at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Monday, October 29 and the tickets include a copy of her latest book.

A ballet based Dylan Thomas’s poem, A Child’s Christmas in Wales, with music by Cerys Matthews and Mason Neely, will be danced by Ballet Cymru at The Mumford Theatre, Cambridge (part of Anglia Ruskin University) on Saturday, October 20.

A play called Not Lady Chatterley’s Lover is at Rhodes Arts Centre

“My yesterdays have disappeared, my tomorrows are uncertain, but I have today.” So says Alice, a Harvard professor diagnosed aged 50 with early onset dementia as she gives a lecture on what it is like when the person you once were is fading away and you know it is happening.

“I miss my used-to-be self”, she says. This is the third play about Alzheimer’s at Cambridge Arts Theatre and the second this year but by far the most moving.

Sport

Chequers took over at the top of the Ridley League with a 12-3 win at defending champions Chelmsford Black Bull.

Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners were among a field of 400 at the Tiptree 10 Essex Championship event.

Dunmow Atlantis swimmers came up against formidable opposition at the City of Cambridge Grand Prix at the weekend.

Great Dunmow Netball Club have made a fine start to the new Chelmsford & District League season.

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Saving for a prolonged period of travel is essential, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey. And now might just be the best time to go.

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