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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

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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.”

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“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.”

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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.”

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

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Boris Johnson is on the mend and “sitting up in bed” the chancellor has confirmed.

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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.

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Boris Johnson is “responding to treatment” in a London hospital as he battles coronavirus, Downing Street has said.

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Police in Cambridgeshire are urging members of the public to report neighbours and people in the community for breaches of the coronavirus lock-down restrictions.

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Police are appealing for information following an attempted burglary in Saffron Walden.

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Uttlesford schools have responded to an urgent request to help doctors and nurses fighting Covid-19 who are short of personal protection equipment (PPE).

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

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Boris Johnson is in a “stable” condition after spending the night in intensive care as he battles coronavirus.

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The Mayor of Saffron Walden is being treated for complications after being diagnosed with coronavirus.

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“Ask any student. Every day seems to be a chore, waking up at 6am, going to school, the first thing they would say is ‘I cannot wait to leave school’, but in those last moments, the last thing that I wanted to do was walk out of the school gates.”

ELLA STOCK, aged 15, a student at Helena Romanes School in Great Dunmow, gives us a glimpse of teenage life when the world shuts down.

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Call out charges have been waived by the firm for work across the district

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“We need people in Essex who are fit and healthy to keep donating as normal.”

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Teachers are setting up fun educational activities for children to do from home - and the teachers are working from home too.

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Ideas from Becky Cranham of PlanBee, which supplies lesson plans for teachers.

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The Velo event was expected to be the biggest public participation event the county had ever seen.

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It is finally Friday after what seems like the longest week ever, so take a break and see how you get on in our pub quiz.

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Take a break from your desk and get your brain into gear as it is time for our daily pub quiz.

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

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Take a break from work or pause Netflix for a few minutes and test your knowledge in our latest pub quiz.

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Isolation feels like Christmas, says a Felsted teenager - so she has decorated a Christmas tree.

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A woman from Elsenham spoke out about her symptoms, which she believes to be caused by the new coronavirus, and about the need to protect the NHS and the power of her community.

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Two men prayed for forgiveness as they beat, tied up and robbed two women in their own home last year.

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A pub in Great Chesterford received all the ingredients for Mother’s Day roast dinners when they were told they have to shut because of the coronavirus lockdown. But landlords Simon and Samantha were not going to let them all go to waste and miss out on helping some of the most vulnerable people in their community.

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A new care home in Newport has announced it is one of the few in the area still able to take new residents.

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