Snow and ice is making driving conditions difficult around Essex, police have warned. It comes as drivers were urged only to make essential journeys due to snow and ice affecting roads around Essex. An update on the force's official Facebook page said: "A collision involving several vehicles has led to the stretch of the A between the Fair Glen Interchange and the Rayleigh Weir to be closed. Elsewhere in Essex tonight, Highways England says some lorries have become stuck in snow on the A A snow plough has been deployed to clear the area, with assistance from police to get them moving again. If you do need to make a journey tonight, Essex Police is advising motorists to avoid these areas:.
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By Connie Rusk For Mailonline. Dani Dyer is said to be 'upset, worried and terrified' after learning her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence will stand trial, weeks after she is due to give birth in January. The Love Island star, 24, split from Sammy a month after his court hearing but reunited their romance shortly after and announced she was pregnant in July. Worried: Dani Dyer is said to be 'upset, worried and terrified' after learning her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence will stand trial, weeks after she is due to give birth in January. A source told The Sun : 'Dani is upset, worried, terrified. Without a court date they kind of pushed this all to the back of their minds - now it is very real.
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It retains a rural appearance and some buildings of the medieval period. The population was 15, at the census. Archaeological evidence suggests continuous settlement on or near the site of Saffron Walden from at least the Neolithic period. After the Norman invasion of , a stone church was built. Walden Castle , dating from about , may have been built on pre-existing fortifications.
Canvey Island is a civil parish and reclaimed island in the Thames estuary in Essex , England. It has an area of 7. Lying only just above sea level, it is prone to flooding at exceptional tides but has nevertheless been inhabited since the Roman invasion of Britain. The island was mainly agricultural land until the 20th century, when it became the fastest-growing seaside resort in Britain between and