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Tomorrow (Sunday) will be the last chance to see the annual ‘Snowdrops’ event at the Gardens of Easton Lodge.

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Pupils at St Thomas More primary school in Saffron Walden with their first aid certificates from St John Ambulance.

Learning CPR and how to deal with burns was all in a day’s work for a group of Year 6 pupils.

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Sir Alan Haselhurst, Member of Parliament for Saffron Walden, opened the new reception and rooms at Highfield Private Care Home on Mandeville Road on Friday, February 27.

This afternoon (Friday) saw Saffron Walden’s Member of Parliament opening the new reception of a quality care home in the town.

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Giraffe, the popular family friendly high street brand, has landed at Stansted Airport for the first time today.

Giraffe, the popular family friendly high street brand, has landed at Stansted Airport for the first time today following the opening of its new restaurant in the international departure lounge - one of many new and exciting tastes joining the menu at Stansted as part of the £80million transformation to improve services and facilities for passengers.

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Saffron Walden photographer Harry Cundell.

A keen photographer who has been taking pictures for more than five decades is staging an exhibition to raise money for a hospice in memory of his wife.

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Firefighters were called to the blaze on the High Street, Saffron Walden.

A woman was taken to hospital after she was cut loose from an overturned vehicle this morning (Friday).

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Cllr Howard Rolfe, leader of Uttlesford District Council.

Uttlesford Tories last night (Thursday) forced through a three per cent council tax cut – dismissing a rebate proposal by the Liberal Democrats which they branded a “gimmick”.

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Motorists are being urged to stick to the limit as new figures reveal almost 66,000 drivers were caught speeding in Essex last year.

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A-level Leisure Studies students at Saffron Walden County High present a cheque for £600 to Teenage Cancer Trust's Judith Anderson. The money was raised from the school's annual Christmas Variety Show.

A-level students at Saffron Walden County High presented a cheque to Teenage Cancer Trust from money raised at the school’s Christmas Variety Show.

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Yet another U-turn in the public toilets saga will see Saffron Walden Town Council pressing forward with the running of the contested facilities.

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Uttlesford’s Liberal Democrat group has mocked the leader of Uttlesford District Council ahead of tonight’s crunch budget discussions – depicting him as Postman Pat for dismissing a £4.25 tax rebate idea.

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Fuel Poverty Day aims to raise awareness of the plight of those who struggle to heat their homes.

Uttlesford District Council is supporting a national day to raise awareness of the plight of those struggling to heat their homes affordably.

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Joanna Killian

Essex County Council is set to come under pressure to appoint its successor to chief executive Joanna Killian on a salary considerably lower than the £210,000 she has been paid.

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Joanna Eden and Sam Smith pictured in Saffron Walden.

A soul singer who learnt his craft in the town was recognised at the Brit Awards last night (Wednesday).

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Dean Stannard with his partner Nicola Moran and their daughter Tegan.

A family forced from their home by flooding seven months ago have had their misery compounded by a council blunder.

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High Street, Saffron Walden.

More needs to be done to ease congestion in the centre of Saffron Walden, says a councillor who is calling for a study to investigate the problem.

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Saffron Walden police station in East Street

Essex’s top crime chief has given the strongest indication yet that Saffron Walden police station is at risk of closure, the Reporter can today reveal.

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Cllr Howard Rolfe, leader of Uttlesford District Council.

The leader of Uttlesford District Council has once again been forced to defend his party’s handling of the much-maligned Local Plan – claiming that discussing infrastructure needs first would be “putting the cart before the horse”.

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Flood victims on Lime Avenue were finally re-housed this week, after problems with the stopcock led to residents having to live in alternate accommodation for three weeks.

Four families have finally been re-housed – three weeks after they were made homeless from flooding in their flats.

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Emma Johnson will be playing Mozart's Clarinet Concerto at the Cambridge Corn Exchange next Thursday, March 5.

A former Cambridge student is returning to the city next week to wow audiences with a virtuoso clarinet performance.

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Andrew Webb with Simon Elam from Hempstead at Saffron Walden Market. Simon has been in the egg business for over 60 years.

‘Go to work on an egg’ went the old 1957 advert from the British Egg Marketing Board, and it’s as good advice now as it was then.

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An artist's impression of what the new cycling cafe in Saffron Walden will look like.

The wheels have been set in motion for the town’s first ever cycling cafe.

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Eleven young people experienced what life is like living in slums at St Mary's Church.

A group of young people have experienced what life is like for those living in some of the world’s poorest communities while raising hundreds of pounds for charity.

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The British Embassy today (Monday) apologised for the 'distress' caused to Omani students, who were detained at Stansted Airport.

The British Embassy in Muscat has today apologised after four Omani girls were reported to have been handcuffed and held at Stansted Airport before being put on a plane back to where they flew from.

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Students from Saffron Walden County High School celebrate raising more than £11,000 from their charities week before Christmas.

Earlier this week pupils celebrated raising thousands of pounds for a number of charities either close to home or close to their hearts.

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Firefighters were called to the blaze on the High Street, Saffron Walden.

Punters had to be evacuated and a blaze extinguished on Monday night, after customers noticed something amiss with a pub’s chimney in the centre of town.

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Councillor John Lodge

The new political party formed by residents has announced it supports Uttlesford District Council’s proposed tax cut - but wants more to be done to help poorer families.

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Diversions will be in place as roads close in Ashdon over the next week.

Motorists could face disruption over the next week, with a number of road closures planned in Ashdon and the surrounding area.

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Health chiefs are asking people in Uttlesford to share their thoughts on weight management services.

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