The volume of cargo being handled at Stansted airport has been eclipsing the rates normally see in the run up to Christmas.
A safeguarding referral has been made as a result of a two day operation at Stansted Airport focussed on raising awareness of human trafficking.
Facebook users who use unregistered waste carriers could find themselves being ‘accidental criminals’, the Environment Agency has warned.
Elsenham WI members went on a virtual walk around London, and learned about the history of the capital during their September meeting.
Saffron Walden resident David Aronsohn is running art history classes online next month.
Colchester’s local radio station, Actual Radio, can now be heard across Essex after securing its DAB licence from Ofcom.
Canadian singer songwriter Michael Bernard Fitzgerald brings his Love Valley Tour to Cambridge on Wednesday April 28, 2021, in a travelling open-air venue called The Greenbriar.
A campaign launched today (Tuesday September 22) to encourage and support Essex residents to get moving and get healthy, to prevent serious illness from a second wave of coronavirus.
The first ever Window on Walden pop-up event was held in Saffron Walden’s Market Square.
The Rotary Club of Saffron Walden continues to collect unwanted mobility and physiotherapy equipment from the East and South East England region, and is storing items in a newly delivered container.
A coordinated effort is needed to prevent people who rely on cash from being excluded, the National Audit Office believes.
Saffron Walden Town Football Club has opened a refurbished clubhouse, and has gained a new sponsor.
After isolating since early March, Saffron Walden’s Mencap Society’s Side by Side Club had their first face-to-face meeting on The Common.
Work will start this month at Joyce Frankland Academy to rejuvenate facilities, primarily in sport, after a planning appeal was granted.
At the beginning of the year members of the Rotary Club of Saffron Walden were looking forward to celebrating the club’s 95th anniversary, when Covid-19 put an end to physical meetings.
Saffron Screen, a not-for-profit independent community cinema, has reopened and had two of its first three screenings sell out in its new socially distanced format.
Saffron Walden mayor Heather Asker, deputy mayor Richard Porch and his grandchildren have visited the newly reopened Audley End Miniature Railway.
The chief executive of Essex and Herts Air Ambulance has been shortlisted for another award.
A safari walk and treasure hunt has raised over £1,000 for Duxford school, pre-school and the before and after school club the DX Club, which were all badly impacted by the fire on July 31.
The 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain was commemorated in Saffron Walden at the town cemetery’s war graves on Sunday.
Five new wholetime firefighters took part in the first virtual passing out ceremony at Essex County Fire and Rescue Service after completing 14 weeks of intensive training.
More than 113,000 meals were claimed across the Saffron Walden constituency for the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Saffron Walden constituency MP Kemi Badenoch has called on employers to sign up to the new Kickstart scheme and help young people into work.
A collection of artworks by Great Bardfield artist Edward Bawden (1903-1989) will be sold by Sworders auctioneers in Stansted next month.
Wildlife charity People’s Trust for Endangered Species is running its Living with Mammals survey for the first time during the autumn, until Sunday November 29.
Uttlesford District Council marked Emergency Services Day by flying a special flag.
Thaxted resident Elsa Clarson celebrated her 103rd birthday with a socially distanced family gathering in the garden, with an afternoon tea including a Victoria Sponge cake.
A group of friends will scale all three of the Lake District’s highest peaks of Scafell Pike, Helvellyn and Skiddaw in a day, raising money in memory of Steve Penny.
A campaign called Better Health - Every Mind Matters aimed at young people has been launched.
Hospitals and health facilities across Essex are gearing up for a possible second wave of coronavirus this winter, with further funding and new facilities being put in place.