A campaign launched today (Tuesday September 22) to encourage and support Essex residents to get moving and get healthy, to prevent serious illness from a second wave of coronavirus.
Great Dunmow Primary School has received a Music Mark, having been nominated for the award by Essex Music Hub.
Roisin Murphy from Dunmow has received £50 from Jack Petchey’s Community Awards, for raising neighbourhood spirits during lockdown.
A coordinated effort is needed to prevent people who rely on cash from being excluded, the National Audit Office believes.
The swimming pool at Great Dunmow Leisure Centre will finally reopen - on Monday, October 5.
The UK’s first Electric Forecourt is being built at Great Notley and is expected to open in November.
The chief executive of Essex and Herts Air Ambulance has been shortlisted for another award.
Over 50 tractors took part in this year’s Stebbing vintage and classic tractor road run on Sunday, with members of the public waving at them as they went by.
Five new wholetime firefighters took part in the first virtual passing out ceremony at Essex County Fire and Rescue Service after completing 14 weeks of intensive training.
More than 113,000 meals were claimed across the Saffron Walden constituency for the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Saffron Walden constituency MP Kemi Badenoch has called on employers to sign up to the new Kickstart scheme and help young people into work.
A collection of artworks by Great Bardfield artist Edward Bawden (1903-1989) will be sold by Sworders auctioneers in Stansted next month.
Wildlife charity People’s Trust for Endangered Species is running its Living with Mammals survey for the first time during the autumn, until Sunday November 29.
Uttlesford District Council marked Emergency Services Day by flying a special flag.
Thaxted resident Elsa Clarson celebrated her 103rd birthday with a socially distanced family gathering in the garden, with an afternoon tea including a Victoria Sponge cake.
A Dunmow beauty salon has launched a spin on the Government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme.
A campaign called Better Health - Every Mind Matters aimed at young people has been launched.
British Airways workers held a demonstration outside Braintree District Council’s offices yesterday (Thursday). They have asked MPs including James Cleverly for help.
The seventh Stebbing vintage and classic tractor road run takes place on Sunday (September 13).
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Hospitals and health facilities across Essex are gearing up for a possible second wave of coronavirus this winter, with further funding and new facilities being put in place.
St Mary’s Church, Great Dunmow is hosting a drive-in concert on Saturday, September 19 at 2pm.
Braintree Museum has reopened - with an exhibition exploring the Courtauld family’s history and the story of artificial silk.
Staff at Old Park Meadow Natural Burial Ground are holding a socially distanced coffee morning to raise funds for St Clare hospice.
St Clare Hospice has won a national award for its partnership with Takeley firm Weston Homes, in the Corporate Community Local Involvement category.
Barnston parents are being forced to drive their children to school in Dunmow - while older children in the family can catch the school bus.
Three musicians from Felsted School are through to Britain’s Got Talent’s semi-finals as part of the Chineke! Junior Orchestra.
Essex County Council’s Director of Public Health is urging residents to continue to social distance, and to get a test and self-isolate if you have coronavirus symptoms.
Two dogs from Essex Fire and Rescue Service joined dogs from Kent, Hampshire and Merseyside for a training exercise.
A Dunmow swimming club representative has been given an apology that the town’s pool remains closed.