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Family fun day at Saffron Walden barracks

Video report from ITV News Anglia's Liz Summers.

Soldiers, families and friends all enjoying the sunshine. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Following an attempted abduction at RAF Marham in Norfolk, there was an increased security presence at the Carver Barracks near Saffron Walden for their family open day.

Around eight thousand people flocked to the event. This year they were celebrating the 300th anniversary of the formation of the Royal Engineer Corps.

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Open day to go ahead at French school despite Nice attack

Staff at the Alliance Française language school in Cambridge say they will be going ahead with their planned open day tomorrow despite the deaths of so many in the Nice attack.

They have invited members of the public to go along to an open day tomorrow to show solidarity with those killed in last night's attack.

The school is a meeting place for French nationals living in the region.

Flags fly at half mast in Harlow to remember Nice victims

Flags are flying at half mast outside the Civic Centre in Harlow this morning out of respect for those who lost their lives when a lorry driver ploughed into crowds celebrating France's national Bastille Day in Nice last night.

84 people were killed in the attack, while another 18 are critically injured in hospital.

New Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has confirmed one UK national was among those hurt.

Cambridgeshire Police have also paid their respects, tweeting that their "thoughts go out to families and friends affected by the tragic events in Nice."

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Cambridgeshire man jailed for secretly filming young girls

23-year-old Craig Stewart Credit: Essex Police

A man from Cambridgeshire has been jailed for using an anonymous online chat site to talk to and film young girls.

Craig Stewart, who is 23, and from Huntingdon was found in possession of hundreds of images and videos of children and teenage girls, some of which he'd met online and secretly recorded their conversations.

Stewart pleaded guilty to possession of indecent photographs of children, making indecent photographs of children, possession of extreme pornographic images, possession of a prohibited image of a child and two counts of inciting girls aged 13-15 to engage in sexual activity.

Stewart was sentenced to two and a half years for inciting children under 16 to engage in penetrative sexual activity and one year for inciting children under 16 to engage in non-penetrative sexual activity.

He received eight months for each of the other charges.

He was also handed a 10 year Sexual Harm Prevention Order.

All social media websites present a risk of harm to children, in particular those with web cameras that focus on anonymous chats.

Unfortunately our experience shows that some children are using these sites on a daily basis, often hidden away in their bedrooms without the knowledge of their parents.

The fact is children have no idea who they are talking to and are often vulnerable to the sexual intentions of the other party.

In this particular case, Stewart had manipulated his webcam to hide his identity and incite a large number of children to commit sexual acts on camera

– Detective Constable Lloyd Metselaar, Cambridgeshire police

Community show their support for victims of Norwich arson attack

Video report by ITV News Anglia's Andy Ward

People have been showing their support for a Romanian family in Norwich, whose shop was targeted in an arson attack on Thursday.

Today, people gathered outside and placed paper hearts with personal messages on the boarded windows.

Teenage girl dies after being hit by lorry in Norfolk

A teenager girl's died after she was hit by a lorry. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A teenager girl has died after she was hit by a lorry in Norfolk.

The crash happened this morning on the A1065 at West Lexham.

Another pedestrian, a woman in her 50s has been taken to Addenbrooke's hospital where she remains in a stable but critical condition.

Anyone who may have witnessed the collision is asked to contact the police.

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