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With the Government changing how GCSEs are graded a few years ago, it has meant that students will be receiving their results numerically as opposed to using letters.

A new fish and seafood shop will open its doors in Saffron Walden.

A 42-year-old man is now in custody after being arrested on suspicion of murder in Great Saling earlier this week.

"It's a whirlwind of emotions. It's nothing any parent can be prepared for."

Families enjoyed a fun day on the farm with tractor trailer rides, animals and games in Barnston on Sunday (August 18).

The impact of voting 'remain' or 'leave' on UK politics will be the topic for debate at the next meeting of the Richard Austen Butler Society.

Theatre Unboxed, a Saffron Walden company, is trying to bring theatre for all ages to the town but is in need of help.


Nerves were overcome emphatically by Saffron Walden's Laura Sugar after a perfect start to the Paracanoe World Championships.

Saffron Walden Town will look to carry their fine Essex Senior League form into the FA Cup and cause an upset this weekend.

Saffron Walden Cricket Club are hoping to land a memorable cup final double at the County Ground over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Saffron Striders Running Club member Tony Bacon produced a superb display at the Clacton half marathon at the weekend.

Saffron Walden Town came from behind to enjoy more derby success in the Essex Senior League on Tuesday night.

What's On

Sense and Sensibility - Jane Austen's novel, only with more laughter - will be presented by The Pantaloons Theatre Company on Saturday, August 17.

Variously described as baffling, beautiful, awesome, and thoroughly arresting, Chris Koster's mathematical art is on show at The Curious Goat cafe in Saffron Walden.

There is still time to sign up for the Great Easton Soapbox Race, which organisers say will be a great day out for the whole family.

When elemental monsters attack the capital cities of Europe, Nick Fury hijacks Peter Parker's school trip and recruits the young superhero to fight against the destructive new menace.

Expect the unexpected at Cambridge Folk Festival.

Probably the world's best Celtic musicians, McGoldrick, McCusker and Doyle, on uillean pipes, guitar, whistles and fiddle, treated us to a tune called Nando's Jig.

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