A training session for young anglers at Doctors Pond on Sunday has been hailed a success.
Leaders at an independent school in Takeley are not "actively promoting the wellbeing of pupils", while trustees are unable to hold leaders properly to account, according to an Ofsted report.
By tradition, it's the bride who normally arrives a little late to the wedding ceremony.
The long wait was over for pupils in Dunmow as they collected their A Level results today (Thursday).
A solar farm which would power more than 13,000 homes a year could be developed on Thaxted farmland, under plans submitted to Uttlesford District Council (UDC).
Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen's novel, only with more laughter - will be presented by The Pantaloons Theatre Company on Saturday, August 17.
Variously described as baffling, beautiful, awesome, and thoroughly arresting, Chris Koster's mathematical art is on show at The Curious Goat cafe in Saffron Walden.
There is still time to sign up for the Great Easton Soapbox Race, which organisers say will be a great day out for the whole family.
When elemental monsters attack the capital cities of Europe, Nick Fury hijacks Peter Parker's school trip and recruits the young superhero to fight against the destructive new menace.
Expect the unexpected at Cambridge Folk Festival.
Probably the world's best Celtic musicians, McGoldrick, McCusker and Doyle, on uillean pipes, guitar, whistles and fiddle, treated us to a tune called Nando's Jig.
Football supporters up and down the country will all have their favourite FA Cup memories, no matter which club they cheer.
Felsted School U18 girls' cricket team were crowned winners in a national school championship.
Dunmow Atlantis saw four of their members receive Jack Petchey Foundation achievement awards last week.
Investment doesn't have to be a frightening experience, says financial expert Peter Sharkey.