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Saffron Walden Town Council has announced that it will be installing water drinking points in a variety of locations across the town in a bid to decrease the volume of single-use plastic bottles.

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A children’s writer from Saffron Walden, who has a new book hitting the shelves in September, says her time working at Walden School, formerly Friends’ School, has inspired her writing.

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An Albion truck from 1917, so over 100 years old, was among the veteran vehicles at Saffron Walden Motor Show.

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Essex Police are appealing for witnesses who saw two men walking along a road shortly before a road traffic collision in Ugley which left a pedestrian dead.

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A wallaby was filmed in Panfield on August 3 at about 5am by Steven Clack, a carpenter who lives in Panfield.

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A Stebbing couple in their 80s were threatened with a screwdriver and locked in their bathroom while burglars searched their home for money and jewellery on Saturday (August 11).

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A 94-year-old who delivered messages on a motorcycle in the Second World War has celebrated 60 years in Dunmow Rotary Club.

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A parish council has criticised a planning application for a new sports equipment storage facility in the village, claiming it is “in the wrong place”.

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Police have released a CCTV image following a burglary at a village pub.

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Jamie Brown, head of knowledge and development at Archant, introduces Local Impact.

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A male nurse who worked at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford has been struck off after he was found to have sexually assaulted a colleague during a night shift in the emergency department.

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Lord Butler Leisure Centre in Saffron Walden was broken into in the early hours of this morning.

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An Indian restaurant in Dunmow could be facing a fine of up to £60,000 after being accused of employing three illegal workers.

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A Takeley paramedic and world-ranked endurance cyclist who has suffered from depression has set himself a series of challenges to raise awareness about sport’s positive impact on mental health.

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Our struggling ambulance service is considering using volunteers to drive frontline ambulances in a bid to tackle a staffing crisis.

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A former governor of Walden School, previously Friends’ School, has revealed that one fellow governor on the board told him “it would be no bad thing” if the school closed so that any money raised “could be spent on another cause”.

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A strike by pilots has forced Ryanair to cancel flights to and from Germany at Stansted Airport tomorrow.

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The chief of police in Uttlesford has said he is ‘personally disappointed’ to see the recent spike in thefts from and of vehicles in the district and confirmed he would be putting additional patrols in place.

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Essex Police are investigating a series of burglaries at petrol stations in Uttlesford which have seen hundreds of pounds worth of cigarettes stolen.

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The owner of a classic British sports car which was stolen and burnt out by thieves said he lost irreplaceable mementos in the blaze.

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Due to forecast thunderstorms across the south-east, Ryanair has taken the decision to cancel a number of its flights at Stansted Airport.

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A woman who grew up near Duxford has returned home after 26 years to open a brand new lifestyle shop.

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Supporters of Essex and Herts Air Ambulance (EHAAT) have risen to the challenge through a jam packed series of cake-related fundraisers this summer.

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Members of the Dunmow and District branch of the Royal British Legion will join thousands on a pilgrimage of remembrance to mark 90 years since 11,000 First World War veterans and war widows visited French and Belgium battlefields a decade after the war ended.

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Police were called in the early hours of this morning to reports of a burglary at Tesco petrol station in Saffron Walden.

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Firefighters were called to a large field fire covering the size of eight football pitches in Little Sampford yesterday.

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The number of people caught with guns and knives in Uttlesford has almost doubled, according to the latest police recorded crime statistics.

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England’s chief inspector of hospitals has rated the services provided by Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT) as ‘good’ following an inspection.

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A parade to say farewell to 101 (City of London) Engineer Regiment (EOD) and to welcome 35 Engineer Regiment was held at Carver Barracks at the weekend.

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