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Essex will be in Tier 2 for Covid restrictions when lockdown lifts on December 2.

Uttlesford residents want to shop locally more, but businesses are very worried about income and may have to make staff redundant.

A family who runs a vineyard says their award-winning sparkling wines make great Christmas gifts, with free delivery until December 6 for CB postcodes.

A new service called Click It Local has started, heralded as a ‘virtual’ high street to help residents to #ShopLocal.

A sword which once belonged to a Second World War ace who flew secret wartime missions into continental Europe is going under a Stansted auctioneer’s hammer.

Uttlesford, Braintree and Chelmsford have experienced the highest number of coronavirus cases over the last three weeks since March, government data suggests.

Sport

Senior Persimmon staff have been urged to honour their commitments over two football pitches at Lime Avenue.

It may be worrying times for many grassroots sports but the East Region Hockey Association has bucked the trend by announcing a new title sponsor for its league.

Many found their normal routine on Remembrance Sunday disrupted this year but one runner from Saffron Striders was still able to take in a number of war memorials – and raise money for charity.

The RFU has opted to cancel all competitive rugby for the season outside of the top two leagues for men and the Premier 15s for women.

The leaders of Thaxted Rangers Football Club described the vandalism of their venue as a “devastating blow”, but praised the community, who raised nearly £4,000 in six days to help.

What's On

A family who runs a vineyard says their award-winning sparkling wines make great Christmas gifts, with free delivery until December 6 for CB postcodes.

The show will go on this Christmas after Cambridge Arts Theatre confirmed there will be a COVID-safe panto themed adventure taking the stage.

A series of socially distanced concerts will take place at Cambridge Corn Exchange early next year.

A new Imperial War Museums publication brings Christmas during wartime to life through photos, recipes and exceptional personal stories from the museum’s collection.

Audiences are invited to celebrate the festive season with Scrooge at an adaptation of a Charles Dickens classic.

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