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Volunteers at the emergency response training exercise in Dunmow

Imagine a 500 pound unexploded World War Two bomb being found at Woodlands Park housing estate in Dunmow and 200 homes being evacauted due to the incident.

HSBC in Dunmow, which was subject to an armed robbery last month, is set to close, the bank has announced

A Dunmow High Street bank is set to close later this year and the town’s Post Office could also shut under new plans.

A diversion is in place on the Flitch Way from July 29

A public right of way on the edge of Rayne is set to be diverted after safety concerns were raised about an ageing railway bridge.

Colin Dobinson, Antonia Litten, Katie Walmsley and Laura Howard at the campaign launch in Wethersfield.

Homes where pets are being harmed are likely to be where humans are suffering too – and vice versa, according to Crimestoppers.

Stansted 10K

The winners of this year’s Stansted 10k race were boyfriend and girlfriend Bryn Reynolds and Gabriel Carnwath, who both have family members in Henham.

Sport

Takeley boss Marc Das. Picture by Jamie Pluck

Takeley begin their Essex Senior League campaign at Hullbridge Sports on Saturday with boss Marc Das admitting Lower Road has not been a happy hunting ground for him in the past.

Dunmow Cricket Club's Luke Swanston. Picture by Jamie Pluck

Dunmow fell back to earth with a bump after consecutive victories as they were made to toil by Ipswich in fantastic conditions at St Edmunds Lane.

Aidan Clarkson and Maddie Lees, winners of the Jack Petchey awards

Swimmers from Dunmow Atlantis competed in the penultimate round of the M11 Junior League, putting in a sterling performance in a fiercely fought competition.

Matthew Gibson. Picture by Jamie Pluck

A seven-wicket haul from Matt Gibson helped Dunmow impose a comprehensive defeat on promotion hopefuls Clacton on Saturday.

Dunmow Rhodes Lions U11s

Dunmow Rhodes FC were celebrating on Saturday for two reasons.

What's On

Finchingfield Guildhall

One of Britian’s most picturesque villages, Finchingfield, will Turn Tudor over the weekend of August 13 and 14.

Pantaloons musicians

Touring company The Pantaloons have two open-air shows next month in Saffron Walden. On Saturday, August 6, they present The Canterbury Tales in Bridge End Gardens. This is young persons’ version with puppetry and poetry, music and magic, talking chickens and burnt bottoms (probably of the humans). It’s been described as fast-paced and funny and pure medieval mayhem for all the family. Tickets are £13.50 for adults, £8 children, family £37.

Christopher Bayston

Thaxted Parish Church organist and director of music, Christopher Bayston will play Bach’s Goldberg Variations on the church’s historic Lincoln organ on Saturday, July 30.

The Legends: England V Germany.
(l-r) England's George Cohen, Bobby Moore, Jack Charlton and Ray Wilson (with trophy) celebrate after winning the World Cup.

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In a live broadcast from Wembley Arena, Saffron Screen will broadcast World Cup ’66 live a documentary bring together match footage stories, appearances from football heroes.

Theatre Royal Bath June  2016 Dress Rehearsal
Present Laughter by Noel Coward Directed by Stephen Unwin
Designer Simon Higlett   Lighting Designer Paul Pyant
Samuel West/Garry Essendine   Phyllis Logan/Monica Reed
Daisy Boulton/Daphne Stillington   Martin Hancock/Fred
Rebecca Johnson/Liz Essedine  Sally Tatum/Miss Erikson
Toby Longworth/Henry Lyppiatt   Zoe Boyle/Joanne Lyppiatt
Jason Morell/Morris Dixon  Elizabeth Holland/Lady Saltbury
Patrick Walshe McBride/Ronald Maule
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This is far and away the best production Cambridge Arts Theatre has staged this year and possibly the funniest and slickest in its 80-year history.

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