Work has finally started on the Olympic-standard sports complex at Carver Barracks in Wimbish. It is hoped it will be ready for use in the late autumn.
A different camping festival was held this year by R A Butler Primary School in Saffron Walden.
There will be a panto - won’t there kids! Peterborough New Theatre to stage Aladdin in December
It’s a live show! The Comedy Store in Chelmsford City Racecourse
Artists will put work in their windows and gardens - for Open Studios this year
A fairy and elf walk, a smoke-breathing dragon and a unicorn - it’s all at Audley End Miniature Railway
Registrars can now officiate at civil weddings and partnerships and some parents can register a birth
The home of sculptor Henry Moore in Perry Green, Hertfordshire is set to reopen on Saturday 4 July.
Diamond and gold ring found in Abbey Lane, Saffron Walden
Da Five Bloods sees four African American war veterans return to Vietnam on a quest to find the remains of their fallen squad leader, and the gold fortune he helped them hide.
Two 10-year-old girls have cycled 50 kilometres and raised over £1,800 for Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
WI’s first virtual meeting discusses two “forgotten” wives of Henry VIII
Flags and military convoy for Armed Forces Day
Saffron Hall to open again for live performances with Jacqui Dankworth, The Sixteen and Nicola Benedetti
Audley End House and garden to reopen for summer
Audley End Miniature Railway plans to reopen from Saturday, July 4 until Monday, September 7.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson eases the lockdown, reduces social distancing and gives business the go-ahead.
Extra funds to help families in Essex get counselling and therapy after the Covid pandemic
“I want to raise money for children who have no food” - Ronnie aged seven goes out fundraising on his bike
A working party to examine racism in Uttlesford - and how to prevent it - is being considered by Uttlesford District Council after a joint call from the Greens and Lib Dems.
Relief grant from American charity helps air ambulances across the UK
A musician who usually plays for silent movies at Saffron Screen and venues including the Fitzwillam Museum in Cambridge has been delighting her neighbours with outdoor performances on Fridays during the lockdown.
The Swan netball club has been nominated for an award.
Baby Sophia Nolan, just 16 months old has raised over £1,700 for charity by riding her Little Tikes car
There will be no trains in or out of London King’s Cross or Moorgate, or from the East Coast Main Line into St Pancras International, on Saturday Sunday, June 20 and
100 years of Marconi’s first broadcast - in Chelmsford - is recreated on radio
Cambridge’s Big Weekend goes live on radio - Friday and Saturday, July 3 and 4
Can you murder someone on a Skye call? Tune in to Cambridge radio station Cam FM to find out
National Gardens Scheme to open in Essex raising money for nurses
More business grants available - applicants must apply by June 21