Motorists warned to be careful as poor weather could be causing crashes on the A120

15:18 03 March 2014

Police officers have been called to a number of incidents on the A120 between Great Dunmow and Braintree which appear to have been caused initially by a hail-stone shower.

They are warning motorists to take care in the area and to slow down.

The first call came in at 2.30pm and there are at least five separate incidents.

At this time there does not appear to be any serious injuries. Motorists are advised to listen to updates about road/lane closures on the local traffic alerts.

0 comments

Yesterday, 12:44

Every household in Uttlesford will receive a letter aimed at encouraging all eligible electors to register to vote ahead of the general election.

Yesterday, 11:46
Butcher Tony Kisielowski and Andrew Webb hold up their chieftains in front of Burtons Butchers on King Street.

The end of January marks what you might call, a return to normal service, where we all finally give up any ideas about diets or abstinence. And so it is with perfect timing that the Scottish tradition of Burns Night comes around. So here’s my local take on the Scottish Bard’s birthday dinner.

Yesterday, 09:00
Great Dunmow Town Council offices.

Despite Uttlesford’s Local Plan being in tatters – Great Dunmow Town Council is still pushing forward with its Neighbourhood Plan to ensure it still has some control over future developments.

Sunday, January 25, 2015
UDC deputy leader, Cllr Susan Barker, said the council is not proposing any sites at this moment in time.

Uttlesford District Council has been accused by residents living near a proposed gypsy and traveller site of “trying to fit a square peg in a round hole”.

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Dunmow Broadcast e-edition today E-edition

Most read stories