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Staff at Saffron Walden County High School traded their cars for bicycles as part of Cycle to Work Day 2017.

Writtle University College graduates were joined by an alumnus who went on to head up the farm at a renowned Essex jam maker as they celebrated their success at two ceremonies at Chelmsford Cathedral this month.

Students from Forest Hall School, in Stansted, are celebrating after their artwork was displayed in countywide and national showcases.

A mother-of-two from Saffron Walden is hoping to spread the word about a rare condition after her son underwent major surgery to reshape his skull.

A partner for a chartered financial firm in Stansted says the company was “a little surprised” to win big at the inaugural Uttlesford Business Awards this summer.

Students at Forest Hall School, in Stansted, have been working on a project looking at fairness, equality and prejudice in society.

A council is spending more on getting children to school despite introducing a policy to cut costs by £4million, according to an action group.

Sport

Saffron Walden Town host Kirkley and Pakefield on Saturday, having seen their hopes of a run in the FA Vase shattered by local rivals Sawbridgeworth Town at Catons Lane.

Saffron Walden Town hope to take the first step on the road to Wembley when they host Sawbridgeworth in the FA Vase on Saturday.

Saffron Walden picked up a losing bonus point from their first London One North fixture of the season against Eton Manor.

The NR F1 Podcast takes to the airwaves to bring you its 2017 Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix review.

Rebecca White of Saffron Striders was first woman home at the annual Harlow 10-mile road race.

What's On

Heading up this Cold War set action flick, Charlize Theron stars as an MI6 Agent sent to Berlin to investigate a colleague’s murder and retrieve a missing list of double agents.

In his play The Real Thing, Tom Stoppard has a touch of the Luigi Pirandello’s. The Italian dramatist, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1936, liked to draw his audiences up the garden path. His characters have multiple accounts of who they are or what has happened to them. We wait on the edge of our seats to find out the truth, only to be told, finally, that there is no truth, it is all a matter of perception. “You decide”.

Two gardens will be open for the National Garden Scheme, which raises money for health charities, on on Sunday, September 10 at Stebbing and Helions Bumstead

The Gruffalo will come to call this autumn, at Chelmsford Civic Theatre this month and Cambridge Arts Theatre in November. Theatre Group Tall Stories bring the stage adaptation of Julian Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s classic children’s book.

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