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Newport Road in Saffron Walden will be closed for essential embankment works between October 21-November 1, Essex Highways has announced.

The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) has announced the appointment of its new chairman, Nicola Scrivings.

There were 163 crashes in Uttlesford in 2018, figures released by the Department for Transport have revealed.

The Dunmow Players are hoping to have a big impact with their next production based on a beloved Tom Hanks film, and they are inviting members of the public to audition, with no experience necessary.

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Every three years since 1882, students at Cambridge University have performed an Ancient Greek play in Ancient Greek. It is always magnificent and this year is no exception. Again, not all the cast are classicists, some have not studied the ancient language before - but all of them are accomplished actors and with impressive voices for the sung chorus. Sophocle's play comes ringing down the years to us. It's about division and could not be more pertinent.

Paul Lewis delivered the best classical performance of this autumn season at Saffron Hall on Sunday, October 13.

Known for Mozart's fizziest and funniest compositions, Belmonte, and his sweetheart Konstanze have passionate and difficult music, their servants, Pedrillo and Blonde, have the wittiest.

Herring is taking his show on the road so he can tell the bits too libelous to broadcast.

There is a free gig with the band Sand and the Freewheelers disco in the Taproom at the Wylde Sky Brewery in Linton on Saturday, October 19.

Sport

Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners enjoyed a busy weekend of racing.

Dunmow Squires kept their brilliant start to the season going with a 16-4 win over Braintree Starlites.

Thaxted Dragons Karate began the new season in style at Clacton recently.

Senior Dunmow Atlantis swimmers got their season off to a flying start at the East Region Masters meet at Newmarket.

Grange Farm & Dunmow Runners were out in force at a windy Southend 10k at the weekend.

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