SEQUIN-CLAD celebrities will soon be strutting their stuff at Elstree Studios for this year’s Strictly Come Dancing.
The forest will come alive with the sound of music, buzzing of chainsaws, chopping of wood and laughter this weekend.
Woodford RFC have been selected by Essex County RFC to host the Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour on Saturday and will hold an open day to celebrate the occasion.
A woman has been rescued from tube tracks by police in an incident on the Central line.
Essex Police are on the look out for residents who can open their homes to one of their latest furry recruits.
A major review which could ultimately lead to green belt land being “released” for development will be considered tonight (September 3).
The first ever open air cinema screening at a park will show family favourite Bugsy Malone on Sunday (September 5).
A teenager who went missing almost two months ago has been found.
After joining West Ham United on transfer deadline day, Croatian striker Nikica Jelavic expressed his delight at being able to link up with boss Slaven Bilic once again.
A traditional village fete will mark the start of autumn next weekend as it celebrates the annual harvest.
Woodford Wells Lawn Tennis Club players will be in the international spotlight this month when they fly out to Spain to take part in the 2015 European Senior Tennis Club Championships.
A nursery owner is seeking permission to transform a community hall into a pre-school.
Staff at an established hairdressers are to take part in a sponsored walk along the River Lea in aid of a cancer charity.
Members of the public will get the chance to meet their local police team at a community meeting next week.
A group dedicated to combatting extremism through education and sport have appointed a former youth mayor to join their team.
A former Scout leader, Villager of the Year and councillor who downloaded thousands of indecent images of children will be sentenced next month, it has been confirmed.
The Salvation Army has been announced as a Sainsbury’s local charity of the year.
The trial of a man charged with four counts of assault and drunken behaviour on an aircraft at Gatwick has been postponed.
A Labour councillor has defended the cuts to care for disabled people claiming it will help new applicants who have missed out on funding for years.
Problems with newly bought second-hand cars are the most complained about trading standards issue in Essex, it has been revealed.
Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon hopes the club can complete the permanent signing of Jack Payne next summer after agreeing a season-long loan for the Peterborough United midfielder.
An ambulance trust saw 999 calls increase by almost 10 per cent this bank holiday weekend.
People interested in fostering can find out more at an information evening being held today.
A 40-year-old man has been arrested following an alleged robbery on the overpass over the A12.
Sean Clohessy believes Orient have sent out a big statement to the rest of League Two after their start to the season.
Bullying, intimidation, aggression and inappropriate behaviour are “commonplace” in Essex County Fire and Rescue Service (ECFRS).
Paramedics treated the elderly patient, who was not breathing when they arrived.
A museum is hosting a green produce swap this weekend.
A popular picnic on a grand scale is returning this weekend.
Forty years to the day, detectives are appealing for information in the murder of a playboy bunny and schoolgirl.
Woman robbed of £750 after bank card stolen inside bank
A shopkeeper has been ordered to pay over £1100 after being caught selling alcohol to a 15-year-old by a trading standards team.
A drug dealer was jailed for a total of four years and 11 months for supplying heroin and cannabis, and driving whilst disqualified.
A man who maintains the graves of his neighbours has blasted the council over the overgrown conditions of the cemetery.
Shaun Hennah 14th June 1970 - 18th August 2012 Always in our thoughts. Love Mum, family & friends xxx
JOHNSTON, Joseph Raymond 15th June 1937 - 3rd September 2002 We think of you in silence, We often speak your name, What we would give to hear your voice, And see your face again. All our love, loving wife Pat, sister Mary, Margaret & Pete, Lee,…
WHITING, Veronica Sadly passed away after a short battle with Cancer on 24th August. The family would like to thank everyone for their cards and words of sympathy. Funeral will take place at Weeley Crematorium (near Clacton) on Tuesday 29th September…