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A former headteacher has been charged with six offences relating to online child sex abuse images.

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More than 100 firearms have been handed in to Essex Police so far in a crackdown on gun ownership.

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An artist’s impression of St Mary’s Church in Saffron Walden is one of this year’s charity Christmas Cards for the St Clare Hospice in Hastingwood.

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Charity Christmas cards are now on sale at Saffron Walden Library and will be until Tuesday, December 19.

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Saffron Walden constituency MP Kemi Badenoch talks about her work in the constituency in our new monthly column.

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Saffron Walden’s Christmas lights will be switched on during the evening of Friday December 1 to coincide with late night shopping in the town and some 229 charities who will set up stalls in King Street.

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A man returned to his Essex home to find a burglar’s car on his drive and the thief inside his house.

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A fine art auction house in Essex is to hold a month-long Christmas market to help shoppers welcome the festive season.

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Residents of a street in Saffron Walden have slammed the creation of new road junction in the town.

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Almost 800 bags of rubbish were collected on the Uttlesford section of the A120 as part of a routine litter picking programme.

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A chef from Debden has been voted one of the best curry chef’s in the UK.

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A plaque which has travelled the world, to young man who died in battle just 10 days before the end of the First World War, was included in the Remembrance Day service in Saffron Walden on Sunday, November 12.

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Children in Need takes place on Friday, November 17, and we know lots of you are planning to join in the fun.

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More than 400 people, one of the biggest crowds in recent years, joined in the parade and service to mark Remembrance Sunday in Saffron Walden on November 12.

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London Stansted has completed a record-breaking summer season by reporting its busiest-ever October.

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People living in Essex are being asked whether they would pay more for the service they receive from their police force.

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Now that Bonfire Night is out of the way, our thoughts can really turn to the true meaning of Christmas: shopping. But first a huge thank you to everybody at Saffron Walden Round Table for organising and hosting such a brilliant event.

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A lump of concrete which smashed through a van driver’s windscreen as he drove along the M11 was most likely flicked up from the road or fell from another vehicle, an inquest heard.

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A Haverhill GP surgery has been removed from special measures after receiving a ‘good’ rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

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A group of former governors, parents and staff from the Walden School, which went into administration this summer, have put forward a proposal to re-open the site.

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A campaign to save a Saffron Walden pub hit a milestone last week as it put in a bid to buy the site.

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Celebration day at Support 4 Sight

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

An Uttlesford sight loss charity held a focus day on Tuesday as it celebrated a new range of equipment.

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A family drawing day called Whizzzz was held at the new extension to the Fry Art Gallery, during half-term.

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Drivers whose illegal parking prevents road surfacing work could be fined and have their car moved.

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A mum-of-three has completed the UK’s “toughest marathon” as part of a year-long fundraising challenge in aid of St Clare Hospice.

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Some 11,000 people enjoyed the annual firework display and bonfire on Saffron Walden Common on Saturday, November 5, organised by Saffron Walden Round Table.

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Rail company Greater Anglia has been given approval to use temporary conductor/guards during the two-day strike by RMT members on Wednesday and Thursday.

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Icelandic budget airline WOW Air will be offering a connection to New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) when it begins flights from London Stansted next year.

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Campaigners opposed to an increase in the cap on passengers numbers at Stansted claim that new Government forecasts for growth in air travel undermine the case for expansion put forward by the airport’s owner.

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