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Reassurance for Stansted residents as police tackle anti-social behaviour

Reassurance for Stansted residents as police tackle anti-social behaviour

Reassurance for Stansted residents as police tackle anti-social behaviour

30 July 2021

Essex Police fears the school summer holidays and the lifting of coronavirus restrictions will exacerbate the problem.


Tea and cake on the menu as day centre reopens to users

Tea and cake on the menu as day centre reopens to users

Tea and cake on the menu as day centre reopens to users

30 July 2021

Community organisation TouchPoint has launched a weekly cafe at the day centre in Crafton Green with Uttlesford Community Travel offering transport


Stansted 168-homes plan: ‘Win or lose, village has fought its hardest’

Stansted 168-homes plan: ‘Win or lose, village has fought its hardest’

Stansted 168-homes plan: ‘Win or lose, village has fought its hardest’

25 July 2021

Public inquiry into whether Pennington Lane farmland can be developed for housing ends with decision expected by end of summer.


Firefighters dig deep to help disabled 4-year-old Theo

Firefighters dig deep to help disabled 4-year-old Theo

Firefighters dig deep to help disabled 4-year-old Theo

24 July 2021

Mum Emma Gibbs appealed on Facebook for help to build a wooden ramp for son's sandpit and Stansted's Graham Price responded.


New budget hotel for Stansted Airport takes off

New budget hotel for Stansted Airport takes off

New budget hotel for Stansted Airport takes off

23 July 2021

AGO Hotels, which operates Ibis Budget, has taken a 25-year lease on the former Travelodge site at Birchanger.


Services disrupted between Stortford and Cambridge after person hit by train

Services disrupted between Stortford and Cambridge after person hit by train

Services disrupted between Stortford and Cambridge after person hit by train

22 July 2021

Train operator Greater Anglia is predicting cancellations and delays of up to 60 minutes until at least 5pm.


Sworders of Stansted auctions £5 charity shop find for £4,750

Sworders of Stansted auctions £5 charity shop find for £4,750

Sworders of Stansted auctions £5 charity shop find for £4,750

19 July 2021

Framed playbill bought in Epping was a theatrical advertisement printed aboard HMS Resolute during its Arctic expedition in the 1850s.


Police 'really concerned' for woman, 83, missing in heatwave

Police 'really concerned' for woman, 83, missing in heatwave

Police 'really concerned' for woman, 83, missing in heatwave

19 July 2021

Janet Margrave was wearing purple tracksuit bottoms and a yellow flannel shirt when she was last seen at 9.15pm on Sunday.


New campaign launched to support Uttlesford's farming community

New campaign launched to support Uttlesford's farming community

New campaign launched to support Uttlesford's farming community

19 July 2021

'Reaching Our Rural Communities' initiative will offer support and advice ranging from crime prevention to domestic abuse.


Man, 46, dies as vehicle transporter overturns on M11 near Stortford

Man, 46, dies as vehicle transporter overturns on M11 near Stortford

Man, 46, dies as vehicle transporter overturns on M11 near Stortford

19 July 2021

Police continue to investigate incident which closed southbound carriageway for more than eight hours.


Keep your mask on at doctors' surgeries in the Stortford area

Keep your mask on at doctors' surgeries in the Stortford area

Keep your mask on at doctors' surgeries in the Stortford area

18 July 2021

Dr Jane Halpin said: “We need to continue to do what we can to keep people safe from catching Covid-19 in healthcare settings."


NFU Mutual donation boosts Uttlesford disability charity Accuro

NFU Mutual donation boosts Uttlesford disability charity Accuro

NFU Mutual donation boosts Uttlesford disability charity Accuro

18 July 2021

NFU Mutual's agent and branch offices in the region nominated 19 local causes to receive a combined donation of over £141,000.


Pandemic grows love of gardening in village

Pandemic grows love of gardening in village

Pandemic grows love of gardening in village

16 July 2021

Record entries for this year's Stansted in Bloom gardening competition as people ventured outside during lockdown resulting in some impressive entries


Primary pupils learn sportsmanship is the real prize

Primary pupils learn sportsmanship is the real prize

Primary pupils learn sportsmanship is the real prize

15 July 2021

While some adults racially abused England stars, Takeley children wrote to Gareth Southgate's squad to congratulate them on their achievements.


Shocking pictures show extent of damage caused by M11 aerosol can lorry fireball

Shocking pictures show extent of damage caused by M11 aerosol can lorry fireball

Shocking pictures show extent of damage caused by M11 aerosol can lorry fireball

15 July 2021

Firefighter Dave Bond said: "The articulated lorry was carrying aerosol cans which exploded and scattered across both sides of the carriageway."


Police assistance for M11 drivers trapped in traffic after fire

Police assistance for M11 drivers trapped in traffic after fire

Police assistance for M11 drivers trapped in traffic after fire

14 July 2021

Essex Police is working to turn around motorists trapped on the motorway following the ferocious fire tonight (Wednesday, July 14) near Quendon.


M11 lorry fire fuels explosion fears

M11 lorry fire fuels explosion fears

M11 lorry fire fuels explosion fears

14 July 2021

Essex Police has closed the M11 motorway in both directions between Junction 10 and Junction 8 “due to the contents of the trailer”.


Bus company donates £260,000 to NHS Charities Together

Bus company donates £260,000 to NHS Charities Together

Bus company donates £260,000 to NHS Charities Together

14 July 2021

As part of its Covid-19 precautions, the company stopped giving change for fares paid in cash and pledged to donate any overpayment to charity.


Tory MPs Marson, Halfon and Badenoch back international aid cut

Tory MPs Marson, Halfon and Badenoch back international aid cut

Tory MPs Marson, Halfon and Badenoch back international aid cut

14 July 2021

Julie Marson and neighbours Robert Halfon and Kemi Badenoch helped cement the budget at 0.5% of national income, despite a rebellion by other Tories.


Sawbridgeworth man in court after car hits police officer

Sawbridgeworth man in court after car hits police officer

Sawbridgeworth man in court after car hits police officer

14 July 2021

Mohammed Rahman, 24, of Lawrence Avenue, has been charged with offences including dangerous driving and assault of an emergency worker.


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