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The Mayor of Saffron Walden says he is now on the mend after being treated for coronavirus complications – but his wife is still very poorly, almost three weeks after they started feeling symptoms.

A local branch of Cancer Research UK has raised more money than ever before.

It’s easy to feel trapped at home during lockdown but thankfully there are plenty of theatrical treats available to stream straight into your home. Here’s an updated list of the best shows on offer

A grateful patient set up a website to help her hospital and ended up helping three because the response was so overwhelming. She said: “There was an explosion of goodwill.”

“You need to find the rhythm of your own household and your children. Some kids thrive on routine, for others it’s no good to them. You have to find what suits your family. Don’t look at what anyone else is doing.”

Pity Samira Ahmed on Radio 4’s arts programme, Front Row. There’s so little on, she almost said: “I’ll be talking to Valerie my next door neighbour who paints vases.”

A community archive could be documenting the impact of COVID-19 on Saffron Walden for many generations to come.

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Friday, March 20, 2020

A train operator in the East of England is set to reduce its timetable from Monday, March 23.

Stansted Airport has announced lay-offs and pay cuts for their staff, as well as enforced annual leave and reduced working hours.


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Companies from across East Anglian - including a firm in St Neots - are working behind the scenes to support the country’s fight against coronavirus.

A parish councillor is calling for urgent action to expand pharmaceutical services in Stansted

Essex County Council (ECC) has released information on changes to and closures of a variety of services, including libraries and schools.

A train operator in the East of England is set to reduce its timetable from Monday, March 23.

A 100 per cent plastic-free local company is celebrating its first Easter next month. We spoke to one of the entrepreneurs behind the idea, who is encouraging parents to change their shopping habits – and children to play differently.

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