A school and museum in Essex benefit from working togetherRead the full story ›
A school in Essex has outsourced its catering team to help run a tea room in a museum.
The Plume School in Maldon is working with the Steam Pump Tea Room located in the Museum of Power in Langford. Catering students will be able to get work experience in customer service and it's created two jobs.
Roller skaters from across the country competed at the Indoor British Speed Skating Championships at Maldon in Essex yesterday.
Skaters as young as six raced on the purpose-built track at Madison Heights. The sport's been shortlisted for the 2020 Olympics.
ITV News Anglia's Serena Sandhu reports.
The Environment Agency has lifted a flood warning for Maldon town waterfront and the Hythe in Essex.
It says no further flooding is expected in the area, but that people should be careful of any left-over flood water which could be contaminated.
A Flood Warning has been issued by the Environment Agency for Maldon Town waterfront and the Hythe. The agency says flooding is expected and high water is due at 11.45pm this evening. Properties are expected to flood next to the Hythe.
Representatives of a leisure firm are due in court in Chelmsford today after a 7-year-old girl died at a swimming pool in Maldon in Essex.Read the full story ›
The Health and Safety Executive has charged a company which runs an Essex swimming pool over the death of a young girl.
Michelle Gellard, 7, died at the Blackwater Leisure Centre in Maldon four years ago. An inquest ruled last year that she died as the result of an accident.
The pool is run by a company called Leisure Connection which is due before Chelmsford Magistrates next month charged with breaching the Health and Safety at Work Act.
A man has been charged with three offences following a fatal road collision near Maldon. 59-year-old Robert Barnard, died in the crash at Maldon Road, Goldhanger on Friday September 9, 2011.
A 33-year-old lorry driver from Forest Gate, east London has now been charged with causing death by dangerous driving, causing death by careless driving while unfit through drugs and also with possessing a Class B drug. He was bailed to appear at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on August 15.
The Big Sing Community choir, which is based in Maldon and Witham, staged a flash mob singing event to raise cash for Cancer Research UK.
The group raised more than £750 for the the Cancer charity. Donations can still be made at the Maldon Tesco store.