October 23 2014 Latest news:
Unhappy residents have formed their own political party after becoming fed up with national parties “telling them what’s good for them”.
This October half-term Saffron Walden Museum is offering families the chance to experience wartime food rationing, as well as take part in food-inspired art activities.
A jeroboam of Moet and Chandon champagne served exclusively at the Buckingham Palace 2003 Jubilee Celebrations and never released for general sale is one of the highlights in a sale at a Stansted Mountfitchet-based auctioneers next month.
A run in memory of a Saffron Walden teacher who died of Motor Neurone disease has raised more than £3,000 for fellow sufferers.
Today, 180 years ago, two unknown labourers set Parliament ablaze - by accident. The fire has died down in collective memory, despite being the third largest in London’s history - but a Saffron Walden family’s realisation they are the directly related to one of the fire-starters has sparked a whole new interest in this forgotten chapter of Westminster history...