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Firefighters were called to the scene of a collision in Elsenham yesterday (February 20) where a vehicle had left the road and crashed into trees.

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Police raided an address in Byrds Farm Lane in Saffron Walden this morning (January 21).

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An author from Saffron Walden has had his first book in a new series set in London in the 1930s published today (January 21).

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A concert is being held at Fairycroft House in Saffron Walden to raise funds for the Centre for Action on Rape and Abuse (CARA), organised by Cat Mackay, a child sex abuse survivor who has raised thousands for the charity.

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Kemi Badenoch, MP for Saffron Walden, says she ‘does not recognise the picture painted’ by former colleagues Heidi Allen, Anna Soubry and Sarah Wollaston, the trio who defected to the new Independent Group today.

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The five-day closure of Finchingfield Bridge has left roads in “chaos” with car crashes and businesses suffering, residents have reported.

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Crowds gathered at Imperial War Museum Duxford this afternoon to watch the flight of three Royal Air Force Tornados which roared overhead on their farewell tour.

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Local politicians say they will continue to work with South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen after she revealed her departure from the Conservative party to join a new anti-brexit Independent Group.

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The Gardens of Easton Lodge had their “most successful day ever” at a snowdrop open day on Sunday.

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South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen is one of three Conservatives who have defected to the new Independent Group this morning.

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South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen is among a group of Conservative MPs who could defect to the new Independent Group, with an announcement expected at 11am today.

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Greater Anglia is improving cycle parking security at 13 of its stations, including Audley End, Great Chesterford and Elsenham, following a review of all bike parking across the network.

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Residents in Newport have been approaching their district councillor “with tears in their eyes” at the prospect of 150 new homes being built in the village, a planning inquiry heard.

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Essex Highways has revised its plans to improve junction 8 of the M11 and the nearby A120 junction to address the worsening congestion and capacity issues currently experienced in the area at peak times.

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An arsonist has been convicted after causing damage costing more than £1.7million to an historic house.

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One in five new patients in the East of England are unable to access NHS dentistry, according to the British Dental Association (BDA).

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Saffron Walden Against Climate Change (SWACC) has joined forces with Changing Conversations to bring evenings with speakers and group discussion to Saffron Walden.

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An officer serving with Essex Police has been found to have breached the standards of professional behaviour after altering a witness statement in a shoplifting case.

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Uttlesford District Council (UDC) paid £35,000 to consultants to prepare an updated sustainability appraisal for its local plan, having already forked out £42,000 to Essex County Council for an initial report.

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Students and teachers at Dunmow St Mary’s Primary School turned up to class in their pyjamas, dressing gowns and even unicorn onesies!

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How does someone live to 107-years-of-age? Is there a special diet or secret potion which prolongs life?

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Greater Anglia has returned with fresh proposals to extend the car park at Audley End Station.

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Police are looking for Christopher Brummit from Ugley after he admitted transferring and acquiring criminal property.

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The owners of The Party Box in Saffron Walden have thanked customers for their support after they closed their store in George Street.

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Pupils at Radwinter Primary School are very proud to support the Syrian refugees in Jordan by donating some of their unwanted books.

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Friday, February 15, 2019

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An open evening in Saffron Walden is being held for teenagers interested in becoming a police cadet.

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A retired farmer from Great Bardfield has travelled to the Arctic to mark his 80th birthday.

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He may only have been on Essex soil for a matter of minutes but Donald Trump’s visit to the UK cost the county’s police force more than £1.8million.

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