A former Premier League footballer, who now lives in the Braintree area, has given his backing to a campaign by the charity Diabetes UK.
A Dunmow woman has joined a group seeking answers about how their loved ones died - and they want a public inquiry into deaths connected to mental health care in Essex.
Essex residents are invited to share their views on what Essex County Council should be spending taxpayers’ money on.
Braintree brewery Bishop Nick has been awarded a gold star Great Taste award for its Heresy Golden Ale.
Christmas is cancelled? Oh no, it isn’t! Car Park Panto is coming to IWM Duxford this December as the Cambridgeshire site welcomes the world’s first drive-in Christmas show.
Macbeth is coming to Cambridge for two socially distanced performances at a city church.
Remus Horse Sanctuary in Ingatestone will be opening its gates for only the second time this year on Sunday, October 4 to celebrate World Animal Day, coordinated by the Naturewatch Foundation.
Saffron Hall is set to reopen for live performances with audiences from Friday, October 9.
Saffron Walden resident David Aronsohn is running art history classes online next month.
The British challenger in the America’s Cup boat race has jetted off from Stansted airport en route to Auckland in New Zealand.
Stansted’s best FA Cup run for nearly a quarter of a century will continue on the road after the draw for the second qualifying round of the FA Cup was made.
High Easter continued their good form in Division Two of the Braintree & North Essex Sunday League with a 3-0 win over Bradwell Rovers 3-0 putting them second in the table.
They were on the brink of going out of business earlier in the year but not only have they pulled through but Dunmow Tae Kwon-Do held their first colour grading.
The swimming pool at Great Dunmow Leisure Centre will finally reopen - on Monday, October 5.
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