London Stansted Airport’s 63 metre NATS Air Traffic Control tower was lit up with messages of appreciation of the NHS and key workers fighting Covid-19.
The Assistant Group Scout Leader at 1st Thaxted-Carver Scout Group has run over 1,110 miles around his garden - and raised £3,415 so far for the NHS.
The community has made 99 wash bags within 48 hours to help medical staff in the NHS.
Councillor Heather Asker has been elected as Saffron Walden’s Mayor for the coming year.
It has been a pleasure to be the mayor of such a wonderful and caring town.
What can you do to help your local care home when you can’t visit? This was the challenge facing the newly formed 1st Thaxted Rangers unit at one of their recent online video call meetings.
A new crisis mental health phone line has launched across Essex.
Music, fun and laughter have kept residents at The Grange Care Home in Newport upbeat and busy during the Covid-19 lockdown.
A university masters student from Saffron Walden has won £10,000 to expand her research and work within the field of diabetes in dogs.
Have you been taking part in the Thursday night clap to show your support for the NHS and frontline staff fighting the Covid-19 crisis?
Paul Hunt had an exhibition of small militia items in front of his home in Great Chesterford for VE Day.
Passengers travelling through London Stansted are being asked to cover their faces and wear gloves.
Fruit, meals, drinks and money has been offered to Addenbrooke’s hospital during the Covid-19 outbreak.
A group of stained glass windows sold for £2,250 at Sworders’ in March.
Two women who wanted to do something practical to help NHS workers on the frontline battling Covid-19 thought they might make two pairs of scrubs each and raise £200 for more material.
Saffron Walden Town Council is supporting Uttlesford Food Bank, with a grant of £1,800.
Grass verges have been intentionally left to grow, and should not be cut by residents, Saffron Walden Town Council meeting heard.
Saffron Walden Community Church has launched a prayer line for any member of the public who needs someone to talk to, someone to listen, or would like prayers said for them.
Essex Freemasons are helping to fund a £100,000 research project to scale up antibody tests for Covid-19 across the East of England.
The Royal British Legion is calling on people to get involved and mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday, May 8.
How are you going to mark VE Day on Friday? Tea party in the garden, watching war time films, or putting your bunting up?
At Carver Barracks, members of 29 EOD&S Group Support Unit sent this photograph to show their support of VE Day 2020.
CLEVER sideways thinking and some technical know-how meant a school has been able to create visors for frontline health workers fighting Covid-19.
Joy Turnbull, a community stalwart whose efforts improved many lives, has died aged 95.
A chair has been made in the Saffron Walden district for Captain Tom Moore, the war hero who has raised millions of pounds for the NHS and who turned 100 on Thursday, April 30.
Garden waste pickups have been restarted.
Staff at Country Court’s The Grange Care Home in Newport will receive a ‘Care Package’ with over 20 items including food, drink and basic provisions to help with day to day life during the Covid-19 pandemic.
It’s Thursday - and the 8pm clap is tonight to say thanks to NHS and key workers in the fight against Covid-19.
Essex County Council is making arrangements to extend the number of meetings they hold online.
London Stansted has created its own tribute to the heroes of the NHS with a giant ‘thank you’ message on its airfield.