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It's not long to wait now to find out who will be the winners in the community awards that recognise the work of individuals and teams to help others during the pandemic crisis.

Each weekday over the past two weeks, Maldon Nub News has brought readers the stories behind the community heroes and heroines who have been shortlisted for how they helped the people of the district in their hour of need. The celebration of their efforts is surely a beacon of light in a dark and unprecedented year.

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Bottom: left, Ansell & Sons, where Paul Raymond led the team and right, Julia Rome. Top: Left, Lisa Clampin and right, Andrew Mugford

In mid-December Maldon will find out who the winners are in community awards that recognise their work to help others during the pandemic crisis.

Each day (Monday to Saturday), Maldon Nub News will bring you the stories behind the community heroes and heroines who have been shortlisted for how they helped the people of the district in their hour of need.

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Townrow and El Camino - surviving Tudor frontages

Many of Maldon's town centre buildings are timber-framed and date from Tudor or even late medieval times. But unlike the famous village of Lavenham in Suffolk, which is filled with picture-postcard houses with painted wooden framing and jetties (first-floor overhangs) we have to do some detective work to uncover a lot of Maldon's older heritage.

It's Maldon's continued prosperity that explains this: fashions change, and quaint timber framed houses were refaced in Georgian times with imposing brick facades. Only by looking up at the roof line (for example with the Maldon Lettings premises in the photograph) can we see this. Ironically, it was Lavenham's decline in the 1600s that led its medieval and Tudor buildings to remain unmodified.

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IT'S been another seven days of big news stories in Maldon, from a road accident that left a pensioner seriously injured through to news that Maldon would be placed under Tier Two 'High level restrictions again at the end of national lockdown, rather than Tier One as hoped. Despite the bad news, there was good news, too – the town centre festive lights went on and the High Street shops got ready for December late-night shopping Thursdays.

Here at Nub News we like to make your life easier so if you've missed any of the local news this week, don't worry.

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