Dog walker saw young victims looking dejected and decided to go after their phone robbers as they were not armed and he had his Dobermann with him.
Politicians answered questions from a 50-strong audience at the two-hour forum held at the Charis Centre in Water Lane.
Residents and businesses in Uttlesford have until 5pm on December 18 to register their views on the district council’s draft Local Plan.
Every year Mark Sanders cruises around in his Ford Ranger pick-up, which is festooned with 6,000 coloured lights, raising money for Grove Cottage.
Herts Hash House Harriers caused a stir in June last year when a Sawbo resident queried what the “chalky white” trail left around town was.
Methodist Church hosts crib festival on weekend of December 9-10 while Holy Trinity holds its Christmas Tree Festival on December 9.
Visitors to the annual event browsed stalls from local businesses and community groups and joined in with the festive entertainment.
Stortford Lib Dem trio launched consultation after complaints over “holidaymakers flying from Stansted Airport” parking around Parsonage estate.
The town centre will be pedestrianised to accommodate speciality stalls, regular market traders, street food vendors and entertainers.
Between 60-year-old Pete and his goal lies 3,800 miles of ocean with all the trials and tribulations that come with the 100-day journey.
Storytime in the shopping centre on Saturday and Sunday (November 25 and 26) will last 30 minutes and be hosted on the hour from 11am to 2pm.
Accuro (Care Services), based at Start Hill, was awarded a £25,000 grant thanks to People’s Postcode Lottery players.
Stansted care home resident Margaret Goult enlisted with the Royal Artillery’s all-female 93rd Searchlight Regiment during the Second World War.
The 12-year-old Lab became the 42nd recipient of the PDSA Order of Merit for his devotion to duty in a career in which he attended over 500 incidents.
Saturday’s fayre begins at 3pm and will include a free grotto for children to pop in and see Father Christmas and a full afternoon of entertainment.
The plan identifies action points in five key areas but residents are warned Sawbridgeworth Town Council is not responsible for a number of them.