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Two Uttlesford journalists known to millions through their writing and broadcasting have teamed up for a charity London to Paris tandem marathon.

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The 200th anniversary of Saffron Walden Horticultural Society was celebrated at the Spring Daffodil and Floral Show on Sunday, with a new daffodil called Saffron Celebration.

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A 51-year-old man who admitted to sending threatening communications to a number of MPs – including South Cambridgeshire’s Heidi Allen – has been jailed.

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The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team – the Red Arrows – are to make a spectacular return to this year’s Flying Legends air show.

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A record percentage of children in Essex have been offered a place at their parents’ first preference of primary school, Essex County Council has revealed.

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Birchanger is the first Uttlesford village to benefit from a countywide roll-out of ultrafast fibre broadband.

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A woman who saved an injured cat after he was hit by a car has raised more than £1,000 to pay for his medical costs, but newly named ‘McClane’ is still looking for his owner.

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War medals have been sent to the son of RAF flight engineer Eric Porter - 74 years since the end of the war - and days before the anniversary of his last mission, on April 19, 1945.

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A food stylist from Wicken Bonhunt has revealed that working on the set of TV hit Game of Thrones was a “surreal experience”.

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Elderly residents who rely on public transport could be left ‘high and dry’ by the closure of the Saffron Building Society branch in Great Dunmow, a customer has claimed.

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Hundreds of children searched Dunmow’s High Street, trying to solve a holiday-themed puzzle, as they took part in an Easter trail on Friday.

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Great Dunmow Town Council is shelling out more than £10,000 to deter travellers from camping illegally outside Helena Romanes School.

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The new playground at Saffron Walden Common was officially opened by the mayor of Saffron Walden, Paul Fairhurst, and competition winner Noah Thompson.

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Police are appealing for information after a crash in London Road, Saffron Walden yesterday (April 16).

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A road in Elsenham will be closed for six months for engineers to replace a “weak and deteriorating” 140-year-old bridge.

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A police cordon was in place at the common in Saffron Walden today (April 16) after builders found an ‘unexploded hand grenade’ at the former police station in East Street.

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There were happy memories and a few tears at Audley End station house when the former residents revisited for a peep inside what was once their home.

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Stansted Airport is creating temporary security lanes outside on the terminal forecourt while construction work takes place in the departure area.

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The Dunmow Wind Band has been made the official band of Great Dunmow.

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Felsted School’s Model United Nations (MUN) held its 10th conference on the theme of sustainability, hosting 19 schools from across the region.

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Two lorry drivers have been reported by police after a bridge in Newport was struck twice in one day.

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Work to secure the embankment in Newport Road following a landslip last year is expected to be finished by Thursday evening, ready for Easter weekend.

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Roads in and around Newport are gridlocked and trains are disrupted due to a lorry striking a bridge in the village.

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Officers investigating a collision in Saffron Walden are appealing for witnesses.

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Young Dunmow United football players arrived on Wednesday evening (April 11) to discover their clubhouse had been broken into and its kitchen “ransacked” for Kit Kats, Haribo and fizzy drinks.

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Three members of Saffron Striders are pulling up their socks to run the London Marathon in aid of Support 4 Sight and Cancer Research.

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Dunmow Rotary Club will donate a further £1,000 to communities battling the effects of cyclone Idai, which spread devastation in Malawi, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.

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A great-grandmother and former seamstress celebrated her 100th birthday on Monday (April 8).

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A debut novelist who has written a book about four female scientists inventing a time travel machine, and an occupational psychologist who has documented decades of work supporting junior doctors, are giving talks at Hart’s Books in Saffron Walden.

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