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The Mayor of Saffron Walden is being treated for complications after being diagnosed with coronavirus.

“Ask any student. Every day seems to be a chore, waking up at 6am, going to school, the first thing they would say is ‘I cannot wait to leave school’, but in those last moments, the last thing that I wanted to do was walk out of the school gates.”

ELLA STOCK, aged 15, a student at Helena Romanes School in Great Dunmow, gives us a glimpse of teenage life when the world shuts down.

Call out charges have been waived by the firm for work across the district

“We need people in Essex who are fit and healthy to keep donating as normal.”

Teachers are setting up fun educational activities for children to do from home - and the teachers are working from home too.

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Vintage movie suggestions to help get you through the lockdown

The programme manager of Saffron Screen, in Saffron Walden Rebecca del Tufo shares her top tips for films to stream.

The top 20 Netflix films you may not have seen

A teacher in Stansted is planning to run 20 marathons in 2020 – and is determined to not let the coronavirus pandemic hold him back.

Stuck at home during the coronavirus crisis and missing your local pub quiz? We’ve got the answer to your problems.


Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners have been managing to keep themselves busy, despite all training sessions, races and marathons being cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Blame it on the confined participants, blame it on mixed messages, blame it on the boogie if you want to but it appears despite an hour of confusion the non-league season is officially over.

The FA has instructed all step five and six leagues that their season is now officially over.

The Olympic and Paralympic Games have been postponed until summer 2021 at the latest due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has decided to withdraw any geo-blocking in place for all FIH Hockey Pro League matches from 2019 and 2020 on its free OTT platform


One of the world’s largest hospitals – built in just a fortnight – is one reason to be optimistic, says financial expert Peter Sharkey.

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