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Conservative Stansted councillor who raised bullying claims quits his parish role

14 January 2022
Conservative Stansted councillor who raised bullying claims quits his parish role

Conservative Stansted councillor who raised bullying claims quits his parish role

14 January 2022

A vacancy has arisen on Stansted Parish Council following the resignation of Conservative member Paul Davies due to a 'family crisis'


West End plays and Royal Opera House ballet to hit Saffron Screen

13 January 2022
West End plays and Royal Opera House ballet to hit Saffron Screen

West End plays and Royal Opera House ballet to hit Saffron Screen

13 January 2022

Tickets now on sale for screenings of sell-out plays Leopoldstadt and The Book of Dust – Belle Sauvage and Royal Ballet's Romeo and Juliet.


Friends' 16-hour karaoke in support of Stortford couple battling leukaemia

13 January 2022
Friends' 16-hour karaoke in support of Stortford couple battling leukaemia

Friends' 16-hour karaoke in support of Stortford couple battling leukaemia

13 January 2022

Natalie Brown and Alanna Saunders did singing marathon in aid of Blood Cancer UK having witnessed their old school pal's partner fight the disease.


St Clare Hospice to stage its own recruitment fair

11 January 2022
St Clare Hospice to stage its own recruitment fair

St Clare Hospice to stage its own recruitment fair

11 January 2022

The end-of-life support charity is staging the fair as part of a new ‘grow our own’ approach to filling its clinical and admin positions.


Police warn of 'laughing gas' dangers as over 100 canisters seized from park teenagers

10 January 2022
Police warn of 'laughing gas' dangers as over 100 canisters seized from park teenagers

Police warn of 'laughing gas' dangers as over 100 canisters seized from park teenagers

10 January 2022

Inhaling the nitrous oxide was "incredibly dangerous", said police, and could lead to fainting, unconsciousness or even death from suffocation.


Stortford writer's latest work to be turned into BBC Radio play

08 January 2022
Stortford writer's latest work to be turned into BBC Radio play

Stortford writer's latest work to be turned into BBC Radio play

08 January 2022

Playwright Amie M Marie's latest play, Scrounge, is a story about the unfairness of the benefits system on disabled people.


Yobs caught on camera throwing stones at 86-year-old woman's bungalow

06 January 2022
Yobs caught on camera throwing stones at 86-year-old woman's bungalow

Yobs caught on camera throwing stones at 86-year-old woman's bungalow

06 January 2022

Essex Police criticised by victim's son for failing to follow up on his mother's wellbeing and for its slow response in gathering evidence.


Army bomb disposal team blow up 'wartime devices' found in woods

03 January 2022
Army bomb disposal team blow up 'wartime devices' found in woods

Army bomb disposal team blow up 'wartime devices' found in woods

03 January 2022

Bomb squad and police called to Broken Green, Standon, following discovery of two devices in woodland.


New Year's Eve vandals damage about 30 vehicles in car park

03 January 2022
New Year's Eve vandals damage about 30 vehicles in car park

New Year's Eve vandals damage about 30 vehicles in car park

03 January 2022

Wipers bent out of shape, bonnets and doors scratched, wing mirrors smashed as yobs leave trail of destruction running into thousands of pounds.


MP delighted with response to her Christmas toy appeal

03 January 2022
MP delighted with response to her Christmas toy appeal

MP delighted with response to her Christmas toy appeal

03 January 2022

Residents in Uttlesford donated 70 new toys and games for vulnerable families in need at Christmas.


Families' anger at last-minute cancellation of Enchanted Audley event

30 December 2021
Families' anger at last-minute cancellation of Enchanted Audley event

Families' anger at last-minute cancellation of Enchanted Audley event

30 December 2021

Visitors given less than an hour's notice as plug pulled on festive lights event, leaving children in tears and families en route forced to turn back.


Town pubs endure tough Covid Christmas but look ahead to a better 2022

28 December 2021
Town pubs endure tough Covid Christmas but look ahead to a better 2022

Town pubs endure tough Covid Christmas but look ahead to a better 2022

28 December 2021

Cancelled bookings, staff shortages and rising infections have hampered business for Stortford venues but New Year's Eve is looking brighter.


White Trees Christmas: New festive tradition emerges out of parties cancelled by Covid

28 December 2021
White Trees Christmas: New festive tradition emerges out of parties cancelled by Covid

White Trees Christmas: New festive tradition emerges out of parties cancelled by Covid

28 December 2021

"To keep the Christmas spirit alive we dressed the company Ford Ranger and arranged drop-offs to all seven of our children's residential homes."


Home from hospital for Christmas: the daddy she hasn't been able to cuddle for months

24 December 2021
Home from hospital for Christmas: the daddy she hasn't been able to cuddle for months

Home from hospital for Christmas: the daddy she hasn't been able to cuddle for months

24 December 2021

Leukaemia patient Joel Atkinson, 30, allowed home in Bishop's Stortford for the festive period after months of medical trauma for all the family.


Essex and Herts air ambulance reaches life-saving milestone

23 December 2021
Essex and Herts air ambulance reaches life-saving milestone

Essex and Herts air ambulance reaches life-saving milestone

23 December 2021

Over 130 patients have received blood transfusions from charity's critical care teams since they started carrying blood products 1,000 days ago.


Pensioner has £1,000 stolen while browsing in Stortford charity shop

21 December 2021
Pensioner has £1,000 stolen while browsing in Stortford charity shop

Pensioner has £1,000 stolen while browsing in Stortford charity shop

21 December 2021

The 81-year-old victim had withdrawn the cash from Lloyds Bank minutes earlier and it is highly likely the thief followed him to the shop.


Binmen to get 'well-deserved break' between Christmas and New Year

20 December 2021
Binmen to get 'well-deserved break' between Christmas and New Year

Binmen to get 'well-deserved break' between Christmas and New Year

20 December 2021

No collections in Uttlesford between Christmas and New Year, with normal service resuming from Tuesday January 4 for green recycling bins.


Man exposes himself to woman in Sainsbury’s

19 December 2021
Man exposes himself to woman in Sainsbury’s

Man exposes himself to woman in Sainsbury’s

19 December 2021

The 28-year-old victim told police she felt that a man was loitering near her and she saw a male using a mirror's reflection to stare at her.


Search No Further for Stansted author's next best-seller

18 December 2021
Search No Further for Stansted author's next best-seller

Search No Further for Stansted author's next best-seller

18 December 2021

Amanda Campbell's third psychological thriller, after Leave Well Alone and Don't Come Looking, has already been hailed as her best yet.


Zelleys compensate disabled woman in her 80s for cash theft while Christmas shopping

17 December 2021
Zelleys compensate disabled woman in her 80s for cash theft while Christmas shopping

Zelleys compensate disabled woman in her 80s for cash theft while Christmas shopping

17 December 2021

Martin Zelley was appalled to learn of theft from vulnerable St Elizabeth's Centre resident and has launched online appeal for charity.


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