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More than 24,000 new houses could be built across Uttlesford over the next 20 years, according to Lib Dem Councillor for Stansted North, Alan Dean.

The head of public health in Essex has admitted to being terrified as he spelled out a conservative estimate of at least as many deaths this winter involving Covid-19 as the county saw during the virus’ first wave.

A four-year-old boy who beat coronavirus while fighting cancer is now going through the hardest part of his cancer treatment.

Essex County Council has been paying out around £20,000 for an office in Brussels it does not even occupy.

Essex Police’s Saffron Walden team has now been in place for a year. A murder scene is among the incidents the team attended.

Restoring an ancient park to its former glory could create a new country park for Uttlesford, with four avenues of replanted trees, and a perimeter exercise track for running, cycling and horse riding among the ideas.

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Following the success of the Take a Friend Fishing initiative in early July, the Environment Agency, Angling Trust and Angling Trades Association have combined to extend the campaign.

With grassroots football stepping up preparations for the 2020-21 season, why not celebrate with another sporting quiz.

Saffron Walden Town have announced the signing of attacking midfielder Alfie Hilton and retained the services of Gavin Cockman ahead of the upcoming 2020/21 season. 


With grassroots football stepping up preparations for the 2020-21 season, why not celebrate with another sporting quiz.

Saffron Walden PSG are looking to recruit more girls aged five to 16 to expand their squads for the new season.

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Paul Steward reviews new Netflix movie release The Old Guard starring Charlize Theron.

The countdown has begun for this year’s digital Open Cambridge heritage weekend, with only four weeks to go until viewers can log on and learn more about the city and beyond.

A Saffron Walden choir has premiered a new ‘song for the pandemic’ by merging together individual performances.

Vibrant paintings by a former Turner Prize nominated artist are to go on display in a Cambridge hospital to brighten up the rehabilitation gymnasiums.

Town and gown have joined forces to create a series of digital events that celebrate the history and heritage of Cambridge and beyond.

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