The offender was driving a white Nissan Qashqai when he approached his victim in Parsonage Lane and asked for directions.
The Stansted event was organised by the Sunflower Trust with support from local volunteers, businesses and the village's fire crew.
Residents have until Friday to register their comments with Uttlesford District Council on the scheme proposed for land east of High Lane.
William and Annabelle Rands, both pupils at Bishop's Stortford College, helped to raise almost £700 for the British Red Cross.
Liam Kararia saw youths on Farnham Road bridge over A120 between Tesco and Birchanger roundabouts moments after his Mercedes windscreen was smashed.
Stansted auction house Sworders is donating its profits from the sales of the works by seven Ukrainian artists to help refugees.
11-year-old Taliesin Eden used his pocket money to make and sell jars of Easter treats but wants to raise even more through a raffle.
The Sunflower Trust, set up by mum Laura Smith, is holding a coffee morning at St John's Church Hall, off Chapel Hill, Stansted, from 9am-midday.
Police visited the owner, who immediately took down the Confederate flag and apologised for causing any offence.
Statement sent to Home Secretary Priti Patel signed by leaders of four of the five political groups represented on Uttlesford District Council.
Officers found 'large quantity of cannabis consumables' in house in Elizabeth Road as well as a 'large amount of cash'.
Eight thefts from vehicles were reported to police over a six-day period with property totalling almost £7,400 stolen.
Victim, 73, withdrew cash from Santander and Tesco Express cashpoint then discovered in B&M her purse was missing.
19 Raleigh Beavers, aged 5 to 7, from 1st Thorley Scout Group donated £200 to Elsenham's Daisy May's Farm which was devastated by storms.
A cast from the Stortford dance school, which runs classes at Thorley Park and St Michael's Mead, gave four performances at Harlow Playhouse.
Special needs charity CHIPS is seeking staff and volunteers to help with weekend and holiday playschemes.
The amateur dramatics group, founded in 1921, has kept going thanks to community support and is staging its first production since the pandemic.
Portuguese eatery Luso Flavours was busy when a man reached behind the counter to steal owner Barbara Amaral's mother's mobile.
Stansted Airport volunteers joined community gardeners Human Roots to help create an outside space at Birchanger CofE Primary.
Tracey and Neil Cornell spent nine months living out of a hotel room at Birchanger Green services while the front of the home had to be rebuilt.