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Felsted School achieved the "best possible outcome" in an inspection carried out by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI).

A Black Notley man "desperately" tried to regain control of his van before a fatal crash in Thaxted shortly before Christmas, an inquest heard.

Essex County Council is asking residents for their views on green spaces and infrastructure.

The assistant editor of the Saffron Walden Historical Journal, Martyn Everett, has been awarded a publication prize by the British Association for Local History.

Families enjoyed an open day at the Gardens of Easton Lodge, where they could learn about the wildlife and flowers in the grounds on Sunday.

The leader of Essex County Council (ECC) has denied suggestions the poor showing of the Conservative Party in Essex during the local elections was due to the library closure plan.

Members of the Dunmow Twinning Association said 'bonjour' to keen Francophiles interested in joining the group, at a coffee morning in Dunmow Library on April 27.


Saffron Walden were left to rue the wet weather as they fell to a rain-affected defeat against Great Witchingham.

Cambridgeshire's senior men claimed a 6.5-3.5 win against Essex at Romford Golf Club.

Charlotte Pienaar shot a superb nett 67 to win the Dorett Salver at the Ladies Spring meeting at Saffron Walden.

A group of local women joined forces for a 9v9 friendly, despite hailstones and rain on Saturday.

SWAN Netball Club is trying to make sure everyone can have a go at the sport.

What's On

Comedian Angela Barnes's new show, Rose Tinted is about her trying to see the brighter side of life.

Stones in His Pockets requires two actors to perform all 15 characters, men and women, playing roles from spoilt American starlet to village old timer.

Five gardens in the village of Langley will be open for the National Garden Scheme raising money for health charities on Bank Holiday Sunday, May 26.

What did it feel like for Hungarians in 1956 to arrive in England?

The play has two preoccupations: English politics on the eve of the Second World War, the remains of an old era, and those last remaining, aristocratic households with live-in servants.

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