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Saffron Walden firefighters used an emergency water supply tank buried in the ground to put out a fire in Thaxted on Tuesday.

A man who was arrested at Stansted Airport after breaking into another man's home, spraying ammonia in his face and then fleeing to Spain has had his sentence increased following an intervention from the attorney general.

The Family Monsters Garden at the Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show has won a gold medal for Saffron Walden designer, Alistair Bayford pictured here showing it to William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who have also designed a family garden for the show.

Oompa loompas, super heroes and unicorns could be spotted in Carver Barracks on Sunday.

A man has been charged with cannnabis production after police officers searched a property in Birchanger on Friday (May 17).

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The House on Cold Hill is an old fashioned ghost story with some clever modern-day twists.

A stage version of the 1980s television series 'Allo 'Allo, will be at Clavering Village Hall from May 31 to Sunday, June 2.

Alex Kingston and Sarah Hadland star in the West End show Admissions at Cambridge Arts Theatre from June 3-8.

A tribute to the wartime Glenn Miller Orchestra will be paid at Chelmsford Civic Theatre on the 75th anniversary of D Day, Thursday, June 6.

Sport

Dunmow Dragons enjoyed an exciting end to the netball season with success in the Chelmsford District League's Prince's Cup.

Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners had a choice between the High Easter 10k and Witham 10-mile race on the Bank Holiday weekend.

Dunmow Atlantis saw their youngsters in National Junior League round one action last week.

Dunmow Crests have celebrated their most successful winter season to date, with their five teams combining to secure four promotions and a cup final place.

The cool weather at the London Marathon led to some impressive times for the 40,000 competitors, including 17 from Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners.

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