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A burglary was committed at a Co-op in Great Bardfield early this morning (November 17).

Emptying bins and running the recycling service remains the most important priority for Uttlesford District Council, according to residents who completed a recent survey.

A former police officer based in Essex has been found guilty of gross misconduct after having a sexually explicit conversation with a convicted paedophile and failing to report it.

To mark 100 years since the end of the First World War, members of the Dunmow U3A signed a book of condolence, remembering family and friends who had died in active service, before laying a wreath at the town’s war memorial.

Nearly 400 students and staff members at Great Dunmow Primary School formed a giant poppy, which could be seen from the skies, to finish a week of remembrance.

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Looking for family things to do locally this Christmas? Try ice-skating at the North Pole in Cambridge

Question Time, the political debate programme, will be filmed at Bishop’s Stortford College on December 6.

Folk group Lau, winner of Best Group four times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, will be at Saffron Hall on Friday, November 30.

Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s ballet The Nutcracker will be danced by Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet at Cambridge Corn Exchange on December 29, 30 and 31 and January 1.

It’s £10 off all tickets for weekday performances of Wise Children at Cambridge Arts Theatre


Compasses won the battle of the Ridley League’s top two, but Chequers remain three points clear.

Crests Academy were celebrating another good result after beating Blackwater Pearls by a 47-10 margin.

Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners hosted the Stebbing 10-mile race on Sunday, where more than 500 runners observed a two minutes silence at the village war memorial.

Dunmow Atlantis swimmers were back in action at the two-day Essex Senior Winter Championships at Basildon Sporting Village.

Dunmow Rhodes got back to action with a 3-2 win at Notley FC in Braintree & North Essex Sunday League Division One.


Like Henry VIII, modern-day politicians continually invent new ways of taxing their citizens.

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