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Picnic couple set fire to old oak tree by lighting barbecue in hollow

Picnic couple set fire to old oak tree by lighting barbecue in hollow

Picnic couple set fire to old oak tree by lighting barbecue in hollow

Stansted fire crews have been called out several times to fires on farmland in the Pennington Lane area of the village.


Second man killed on railway line in Bishop's Stortford area in 10 days

Second man killed on railway line in Bishop's Stortford area in 10 days

Second man killed on railway line in Bishop's Stortford area in 10 days

British Transport Police were called to a stretch of the London-Cambridge railway in Stansted following a report of a casualty on the tracks.


Nature plants inspiration in minds of pupils for school's art day

Nature plants inspiration in minds of pupils for school's art day

Nature plants inspiration in minds of pupils for school's art day

Magna Carta Primary Academy children made paint out of berries, beetroot and mustard powder and used nature's cast-offs.


Coronavirus behind 258% rise in out-of-work benefits claimants in East Herts

Coronavirus behind 258% rise in out-of-work benefits claimants in East Herts

Coronavirus behind 258% rise in out-of-work benefits claimants in East Herts

The number of people in the district logged in official labour market statistics has soared from 1,115 in February to 3,995 in May.


Call for equality as Stansted salons left waiting to reopen

Call for equality as Stansted salons left waiting to reopen

Call for equality as Stansted salons left waiting to reopen

Fiona Younie, owner of Chapel Hill Studio, has called on Saffron Walden MP Kemi Badenoch to intervene to get her industry up and running again.


Support for businesses in Stansted as lockdown eases

Support for businesses in Stansted as lockdown eases

Support for businesses in Stansted as lockdown eases

Parish council and business forum praised for supporting village shops as they reopen their doors to customers.


St Clare launches appeal to plug £600,000 coronavirus hole in its income

St Clare launches appeal to plug £600,000 coronavirus hole in its income

St Clare launches appeal to plug £600,000 coronavirus hole in its income

£600,000 is equivalent of hospice at Hastingwood not being able to fund its inpatient unit for over 15 weeks.


Police to patrol woodland after woman reports man dressed as dog hiding among trees

Police to patrol woodland after woman reports man dressed as dog hiding among trees

Police to patrol woodland after woman reports man dressed as dog hiding among trees

"It was very creepy. I don't think many people dress up in their spare time as Scooby Doo!"


Unrepentant racist jailed for abusing mum and her young children on their way to fete

Unrepentant racist jailed for abusing mum and her young children on their way to fete

Unrepentant racist jailed for abusing mum and her young children on their way to fete

Terry Ralph, 60, sentenced to 30 months for racial abuse in Saffron Walden plus burglary and failing to provide a specimen.


Safety measures in place as Stansted Airport coach services resume

Safety measures in place as Stansted Airport coach services resume

Safety measures in place as Stansted Airport coach services resume

The restart by National Express follows a three-month suspension of all its scheduled services in response to the coronavirus lockdown.


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