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Lawnmowers raced around the track at Blake House Craft Centre in Rayne over the weekend.

A Dunmow woman walked 25km across London, crossing 16 historical bridges whilst doing so, in aid of a charity which supports disabled people in west Essex.

A new foodbank donation point has been set up in Dunmow, to help cope with an increase in the number of people from the town using the service.

A rise in the number of children taken into care by Essex County Council (ECC) is largely down to an increase of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children.

Officers investigating a burglary in Dunmow have issued an e-fit image of a man they would like to trace.

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Lawnmowers raced around the track at Blake House Craft Centre in Rayne over the weekend.

An ocean of musical bohemia cascaded over Saffron Hall this week.

This is a perfect piece of theatre.

Miles Jupp sails seamlessly through James Kettle's exquisite writing. This is a finely balanced filigree of comedy and tragedy. Jupp moves from humour to sadness, to wistfulness to bombast, and back over all three, effortlessly. He is magical.

This year's Great Dunmow Carnival takes place on September 21 and organisers have promised a fantastic day for all the family.

This homage to the series of six Enid Blyton books written between 1946 and 1951 is packed full of songs with good tunes. It has a young cast brimming with talent - which they lend to the show to spice it up.


Having started my personal 'Road to Wembley' in Cornwall, watching Clevedon Town beat Saltash United 2-1 in an extra preliminary round tie on August 10, I was forced to miss the next stage, in a sense of not being physically present at a match.

High Roding signed off for the season with a win double, but Aythorpe Roding suffered relegation.

Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners were out in force at the Essex Way relay race on Sunday.

Saffron Walden witnessed its first cycling race since the 2014 Tour de France on Sunday.

Hertfordshire claimed their first Minor Counties silverware in 29 years with a crushing nine-wicket win over Dorset in the Minor Counties T20 final.


If burger restaurants can be transparent, so too can the financial services sector, says Peter Sharkey.

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