Knitters across the country are being called on to take up their needles in aid of a breast cancer campaign which has spread like wildfire in a matter of hours.
Social media exploded last night (Wednesday) with an outpouring of support for a woman diagnosed with breast cancer.
One million pounds is to be spent on upgrading the M11 at Junction 8 over the next five years.
A headteacher who transformed his secondary school into one of the highest-achieving comprehensives in the country is to step down after 12 years in the role.
This afternoon (Wednesday), firefighters tackled a blaze at a kitchen fire in Elsenham.
Hundreds of primary school places will be made available to meet growing demand in Saffron Walden – but headteachers insist classroom sizes will not increase.
The culmination of two years’ fundraising saw hundreds of children streaming out into the sunshine last Friday for the opening of the school’s new outdoor classroom.
Medical equipment which can save the lives of people suffering a cardiac arrest has now been installed at Saffron Walden Rugby Football Club thanks to the generosity of the town’s Round Table.
Two goals in six minutes saw Saffron Walden Town fight-back to earn a point at home against Needham Market Reserves in the Thurlow Nunn First Diivsion.
Saffron Walden Town were denied three points by a 95th equaliser from Long Melford’s Ross Waugh on Saturday.
An own goal in the fifth minute of added time ended Saffron Walden Town’s remarkable run of 10 consecutive away league wins, and was the first goal conceded in over seven league matches, a total of 640 minutes.
Fans of singing sensation Katherine Jenkins are being offered the chance to meet the star when she brings her 21-date UK tour to Cambridge.
Cue the screaming teenage girls as the next best thing to the world’s biggest boy band will be performing live in Chelmsford.