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Officers investigating a burglary in Dunmow have issued an e-fit image of a man they would like to trace.

The winners of this year's Uttlesford Business Awards were revealed at a glitzy ceremony held last night (Thursday).

A new club is being launched in Chrishall, in response to the number of green-fingered residents and enthusiasm for gardening in the village.

A police investigation into a possible illegal burial in Saffron Walden concluded that "no offences" took place.

Essex Police have cordoned off a cemetery in Saffron Walden amid investigations into a possible "illegal burial".

A petition has been handed to Dunmow Town Council, arguing against possible plans to clear a "wildlife haven" near the town's recreation ground.

A Dunmow coach firm celebrated 70 years of the wheels going round and round at an open day.

Sport

Saffron Walden Town face a blank weekend after moving to the top of the Essex Senior League table this week.

Walden Tri swimmers Kate Bozianu, Debbie ives and Issy Wardle completed the 11-mile Windermere One Way swim recently.

Two members of the Walden Junior Triathlon club were in action at the British Under-20 Championships at Mallory Park in Leicestershire at the weekend.

Newport Croquet Club Hawks battled to a draw with Leighton Kinslade in their final B Level league match of the season.

Saffron Walden PSG girls enjoyed a good start to the new season at the weekend.

What's On

An ocean of musical bohemia cascaded over Saffron Hall this week.

This is a perfect piece of theatre.

Miles Jupp sails seamlessly through James Kettle's exquisite writing. This is a finely balanced filigree of comedy and tragedy. Jupp moves from humour to sadness, to wistfulness to bombast, and back over all three, effortlessly. He is magical.

Just as unnervingly creepy and frighteningly menacing as before, Pennywise the Clown returns to deliver edge-of-your-seat scares in the second chapter of Stephen King's re-imagined IT series.

This year's Great Dunmow Carnival takes place on September 21 and organisers have promised a fantastic day for all the family.

This homage to the series of six Enid Blyton books written between 1946 and 1951 is packed full of songs with good tunes. It has a young cast brimming with talent - which they lend to the show to spice it up.

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