A round-up of crimes reported in the past month in Saffron Walden, Stansted, Thaxted and surrounding villages.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a car failed to stop at the scene of an accident at a roundabout near Stansted Airport.
An uplifting, spunky, eye-popping performance from The Saffron Walden Musical Theatre Company was a true feast for mind, body and soul on International Women’s Day.
A group of women holding up a banner near the House of Commons saying: “We want sex” certainly attracted hoots from passing traffic.
The driver of a car which careered into a Wimbish garage and caused damage costing £30,000 to repair fled the scene.
A criminal got into a white Ford Transit by means unknown, and stole items, between November 1 and November 5 in Ashdon on Radwinter Road.
Students and staff at Joyce Frankland Academy, Newport, took part in National Anti-Bullying Alliance Week from November 14 to 18.
The very best classic cars from across the country, as nominated by classic car clubs in the UK, are set for a final face-off in the Meguiar’s Club Showcase at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, at Birmingham’s NEC from November 11-13.
Like one of the car owners previously featured, I also spent my National Service at Bulford Barracks, Salisbury Plain, and learnt to drive at Houndstone Camp, Yeovil, Somerset.
Arguably the finest remaining 1963 Ford Cortina, that’s travelled an average of one mile-a-day in its 53 years, will be up for auction this month.