Stalls manned by students will be selling food and gifts from around the world, including beeswax wraps, Nigerian pies and upcycled dog bandanas.
Landscape historian Dr Sarah Rutherford has researched plans created for the forest by famous landscape designer Capability Brown in the 18th century.
The Indie lifts the coffin lid on spooktacular activities at Cammas Hall Farm, Audley End, Rhodes Arts Complex, Charis Centre and Golf World Stansted.
Cruises, riverside walk, crafts and art show mark milestone for 14-mile stretch of canalised river that runs from town centre to Rye House.
The historic listed gardens near Great Dunmow will be jiggling to the toons of the Bishop's Stortford ukulele band on Sunday October 20.
When the ground gets wetter through the autumn in the forest, it becomes more at risk of compaction by feet and hooves.
Bishop's Stortford History Society has a growing membership of upwards of 50 who meet for monthly talks and films and trips to places of interest.
The show aims to explore the many faces of portraiture, from stamps and coins, diaries and death masks to fingerprints and photographs.
Applications open for happily married couples for historic Dunmow Flitch Trials, which take the form of a court hearing and are held every leap year
Organisers of the event at Thremhall Park at Start Hill will be raising money for St Clare Hospice
Shops, bars and restaurants will open their doors for a gin-themed afternoon and evening of festivities.
The Manor of Groves Hotel and Country Club in High Wych will host the bash on Saturday, November 16.
Delicious apples, busy bees and chirpy ukulele music will take centre stage at the Gardens of Easton Lodge’s open day on Sunday (Sept 22).