The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) is appealing for information after the body of a horse was found “fly-tipped like rubbish” on a remote country lane near Dunmow on the morning of February 13.
Residents in Thaxted have strongly condemned the decision by Uttlesford District Council to approve development of a solar farm on 130 acres of agricultural land near the popular Turpin’s Trail.
Keeping happy, being healthy and feeling safe were all on the timetable during a recent life skills day at Forest Hall School in Stansted Mountfitchet.
A new luxury care home in Newport is opening soon.
A nail and lash technician based in Elsenham has been nominated for a prestigious national award for her work.
Top photographers have been awarded for their best snaps as the Saffron Walden Camera Club opened its annual photo exhibition at the town library.
Jamie Oliver’s visit to a Saffron Walden-based chocolatier will be featuring on Channel 4 tonight, February 7 from 8pm.
Volunteers from London Stansted’s security compliance team have been hard at work decorating at Fairycroft Arts and Media Centre in Saffron Walden.
Laughter is the best medicine for a comedy charity that gives playful performances for unwell children.
A Green Party MEP for the East of England has struck out at rail companies for a recent increase in ticket prices.
A vintage plough will be blessed by the Right Reverend Doctor John Perumbalath, the Bishop Bradwell in Thaxted Church to mark Plough Sunday.
Uttlesford has been named as one of the best areas in the country for creating an environment for sustainable growth.
A group of almost 80 Saffron Walden residents decided to start the new year off on a healthy note by taking part in a New Year’s Day walk in Audley End Park.
Over 2,500 meals were donated by Tesco shoppers in Saffron Walden over the festive period.
The Saffron Walden Rotary Club’s annual street collection has raised almost £3,800 for charity.
Saffron Walden featured on the BBC’s The One Show when a segment on barn owls living in the Upsheres estate was shown.
The annual Glasswells charity quiz night raised £1,140 for the My WiSH charity.
A Dunmow woman has marked 50 years of service to the town’s scout group in a celebration attended by about 100 people.
Stansted Airport’s firs scheduled flight to Moscow took to the skies on December 20 with the launch of a new direct service by Russian carrier Ural Airlines.
Three Extinction Rebellion protestors who glued themselves to a train have been found guilty “with regret” by a jury in the first crown court trial linked to the environmental demonstrations.
Saffron Walden residents enjoyed late night shopping last Friday as businesses kept their doors open after hours.
A “green” Christmas tree, made of 150 recycled plastic bottles, has been created by an 11-year-old boy from Dunmow concerned about the planet.
A hair salon in Saffron Walden has beaten finalists from across the country to win two national awards, including being named the Best Large Independent Hair Salon in the UK.