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A nine-year old who set out to raise £30 with a sponsored swim for Cancer Research, has already raised £500 before he has even dived into the water.

If a business idea worked in the past, there’s every chance it’ll work again, says Peter Sharkey.

Dunmow town councillors plan to meet with Uttlesford District Council (UDC) to address the uncertain future of the Dunmow Day Centre.

A man has been arrested in connection with a fatal crash on the M11 on Wednesday (January 16).

Councillors have agreed to commission an independent investigation into Uttlesford District Council’s handling of large planning applications - including the Stansted Airport planning application which was approved in November.

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Alice in Wonderland, the curious pantomime, continues at Saffron Walden Town Hall on Friday, January 18 and Saturday, January 19.

A brand new pantomime but with all the traditional fun, The Elf King, will be at Newport Village Hall from Friday, January 18 to Sunday, January 20.

Emily Blunt steps ably into the shoes of Julie Andrews for this sequel to the much loved 1964 classic, which sees magical nanny Mary Poppins return to help the Banks siblings through a difficult time.

One of Britain’s best live bands - Stereophonics - will be performing as part of this summer’s Forest Live concert series at Thetford Forest, in Suffolk.

Jazz singer, Tina May will be singing at Joanna’s Place in Saffron Walden on Saturday, January 19.


Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners presented a cheque for £1,000 to the Royal British Legion recently.

Dunmow Atlantis will have a record 44 swimmers in 195 events at the upcoming Essex Championships.

Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners came out on top in the Mid-Essex Cross-Country League race at Rivenhall on Sunday.

Dunmow Atlantis Swimming Club secured an impressive fourth-place finish in the National Arena League, after the final round at Becontree Heath.

Takeley will hope to get 2019 off to a good start when they travel to struggling Essex Senior League rivals Redbridge this weekend.


If a business idea worked in the past, there’s every chance it’ll work again, says Peter Sharkey.

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