A Saffron Walden business has won a Travellers’ Choice award from Tripadvisor, putting it in the top 10 percent of businesses reviewed worldwide on the platform.

Saffron Screen, a not-for-profit independent community cinema, has reopened and had two of its first three screenings sell out in its new socially distanced format.

Saffron Walden mayor Heather Asker, deputy mayor Richard Porch and his grandchildren have visited the newly reopened Audley End Miniature Railway.

Braintree Museum has reopened - with an exhibition exploring the Courtauld family’s history and the story of artificial silk.

Singer James Blunt is due in Saffron Walden next summer as part of his tour, called Once Upon A Mind.

Paul Steward reviews new Netflix release I’m Thinking of Ending Things.

An Indian takeaway which closed its doors in the Saffron Walden town centre last year is coming back in a different location.

A free drive-in cinema will be open in Saffron Walden at the end of this month.

Cambridge University is giving members of the public the opportunity to interview a celebrated Italian writer through a live online event.


Apple and Bees Day takes place at the Gardens of Easton Lodge on Sunday September 13.

Independent cinema Saffron Screen reopens on Saturday (Sept 5).

Mummies, medicinal roses, dodos, and unusual treasures: this month’s Open Cambridge heritage weekend is not short of a few surprises for those looking to get their cultural fix.


The Open Cambridge 2020 special online programme has been launched, featuring over 30 events suitable for everyone curious about the history and heritage of the city.


The NHS Spitfire will headline this month’s extended Duxford Battle of Britain Air Show.

IWM Duxford

Christopher Nolan’s eagerly awaited espionage thriller Tenet has finally opened at UK cinemas. But is it any good?

Paul Steward reviews new Netflix movie Project Power starring Jamie Foxx, which is available to stream now.

The Flying Legends Air Show will no longer take place at IWM Duxford.

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Rescheduled film screenings have been announced for the Cambridge drive-in festival at Trumpington Park and Ride after bad weather forced Friday night’s movies to be cancelled.


Adverse weather conditions cut short the showcase day flying display at IWM Duxford on Wednesday.

IWM Duxford

Film reviewer Paul Steward assesses new Russell Crowe thriller Unhinged.

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