October 22 2014 Latest news:
Unhappy residents have formed their own political party after becoming fed up with national parties “telling them what’s good for them”.
This October half-term Saffron Walden Museum is offering families the chance to experience wartime food rationing, as well as take part in food-inspired art activities.
Essex MEP Richard Howitt dropped in at Uttlesford’s Community Hub to see the “essential” mental health services provided at the centre.
The Great British Bake Off may be off our screens, but pupils at a Dunmow primary school have been keeping the TV show alive with some cooking of their own.
A 750-home planning application between Little Dunmow and Flitch Green “is not welcome”, according to a councillor.
Two months on from Saffron Walden, Uttlesford and Essex hosting the Tour de France a BBC One programme will ask whether councils in the area are doing enough to ensure a meaningful legacy from the Tour.
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