“I want four black men to be able to walk down the street without people thinking they have stolen something.”
Hundreds lined the streets for the funeral of Ramsarran Mohabir. They came out of their houses to pay their respects to the former postmaster at East Street Stores in Saffron Walden - affectionately known as Ram.
The sum of £1.1 million has been granted to support young people in care and their families.
Last clap for NHS and keyworkers includes a Spitfire fly-past
It was schools back for most primary schools on Monday but many parents decided to keep their children at home.
Artists Open Studios will go virtual this year
Tennis Club is open again for play - doubles as well as singles can be each player from a different household
Linton Village College wins national awards and is in the country’s top 20 percent of non-selective schools
Town says farewell to Ramsarran Mohabir, proprietor of East Street Stores.
Trainee teachers in Stansted are continuing their training during the lockdown.
Appeal for funds to buy PPE for Essex and Herts Air Ambulance beats £50,000 target.
A national youth achievement award to encourage young people to explore outdoors and expand their personal development has been launched at Forest Hall School in Stansted.
Free bereavement counselling from St Clare Hospice in Hastingwood, Essex for any death, no matter how or when.
He usually helps the lights stay on in London but now he is responding to 999 calls.
“The most amazing thing was that Newport had an Italian prisoner of war camp at one end of the village and an American hospital at the other.”
Pets join in online yoga sessions
Social distancing in Saffron Walden including the celebratory VE Day teas
Celebrating VE Day in Seward’s End
Making masks during the lockdown
Nurse retires after 42 years working night shifts
Over 30 women have joined the Hadstock Scrubs Posse from as far away as London
Two colouring-in and activity books have been launched by St Clare Hospice and one can be downloaded.
The new councillor responsible for health in Essex, Councillor John Moran, is inviting comments on Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
A new television station wants young people to take part.
A socially distanced street party with bunting will be held in Landscape View, Saffron Walden to mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE) Day on Friday.
Patricia Goddard was bombed out three times during the war. Now, inspired by Captain Tom, the 92-year-old is walking laps at her home to raise money for the NHS.
This portrait of St Clare Hospice nursing assistant, Sarah Lord has been drawn by artist Sarah Harvey.
Face shields for medics - described as “a Godsend” - are being made, and given out free, by a Thaxted firm with a 3D printer.
A teenager who lost her mum to illness has started an online Youth Bereavement Café (YBC).
A robot which goes inside pipes to inspect the welds has won a Queen’s Award for a Stansted company.