A man was robbed of his bag near Stansted Airport. The victim was queuing on the slip road of the M11 at junction 8, near the Birchanger Services, on Friday at around 5pm. A man approached his car and got in via the passenger door, demanding money. After a struggle he took the victim’s bag and ran off in the direction of the Birchanger Services. The man is described as white, around 6ft tall and of a slim build. He was wearing a dark coloured hooded top, which was arranged to cover his face.
Braintree Council has appointed its chief executive eight months after Nicola Beach left. Andy Wright, who was acting chief executive since June, was appointed to the role at a full council meeting last night. Mr Wright has worked for Braintree Council for five years as director of waste and recycling, health and wellbeing, building control, environmental protection, leisure and heritage services, community services, economic development and emergency planning.
A school in Witham has launched a scheme which sees young people appointed as fire ambassadors. New Rickstones Academy is the first to appoint students as as part of the scheme in an effort to educate youngsters on fire safety. While many schools already take part in Essex County Fire and Rescue Service’s (ECFRS) Fire Break programme to raise awareness of fire safety, the academy is the first to take the work one step further. Pastoral coordinator Liz McPartlin came up with the idea.
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