Nafisa Diyar, 15, has been missing since 4pm on Friday, when she was last seen at Brentwood Station. The youngster, who had been living with foster parents at an address in Brentwood, is thought to have been on her way to meet friends in London,
Nafisa is black, 5ft 5ins tall and has dark Afro hair, which was tied back in a pony tail. When last seen she was wearing a black mini-dress and boots.
Anyone with information is being asked to contact Brentwood police station on 0300 3334444.
Local celebrity Chantelle Houghton showed her wild side when she stripped off outside the Houses of Parliament in London. to call on the Government to ban the use of wild animals in circuses on behalf of animal charity Peta.
Local mother of 2 opens up a beauty salon for girls under 14 as she believes every girl in Essex wants to be a princess. You can listen again to her interview with Bryan Powis by CLICKING HERE
On Wilson’s Corner from 8pm tonight . Highways contractors will be remarking and repairing the road surface, which was laid down as part of the High Street enhancement scheme. The work is expected to last for around four hours and traffic will be controlled by stop/go boards.
TUESDAY: MUSIC NEWS
|1||non-mover||1||Lady Gaga||Born This Way|
|4||New entry||–||The Pierces||You & I|
|5||Up 1||6||Jessie J||Who You Are|
|6||New Entry||–||Seasick Steve||You Can’t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks|
|7||down 3||4||Bruno Mars||Doo Wops & Hooligans|
|8||Up 6||14||Aloe Blacc||Good Things|
|9||Up 7||16||Take That||Progress|
|10||New Entry||–||Status Quo||Quid Pro Quo|
Battles – My Machines ft Gary Numan
Black Lips – Family Tree (mixed/produced by Mark Ronson)
Frank Turner – English curse – I can’t
Arctic Monkey’s – Don’t sit down I’ve moved your Chair
My Morning Jacket – Holding on to Black Metal
THURSDAY: THEATRE LISTINGS
Mercury Theatre Company presents a drama about a girl who claims she has fallen pregnant by an angel. Directed by Dee Evans.
Times, 7.30pm, mats 2.30pm, Jun 11 audio described, ends Jun 11
Mercury Theatre Balkerne Gate,Colchester,CO1 1PT
Price: £12, concs £10
Times: Jun 9, 8pm
Cramphorn Theatre Fairfield Road,Chelmsford,CM1 1JG
Really Old, Like Forty Five: Ad Hoc Players Theatre Club at Brentwood Theatre Until Saturday 11th June at 8pm
Tickets between £7 and £10, Box Office 01277 200305
Fame The Musical: Danbury Players at Danbury Village Hall
Until Sunday 12th June at 7.30
Tickets £6.50 Box Office: 01245 223346
Old Time Music Hall
Times: Jun 9-11, 7.30pm, mats Jun 9 & 11, 2.30pm, booking essential
Venue: Palace Theatre,430 London Road,Southend-on-Sea,SS0 9LA
Thurrock Drama Festival: Blah Blah Blah: Young Rods & Downfall Of An Uprising: Thurrock Youth Theatre
Price: £8, child/OAP £6
Times: Jun 9, 7.30pm
Venue: Thameside Theatre Orsett Road,Grays,RM17 5DX
0845 300 5264
Anything Goes at Kenneth More Theatre
Barking MAD’s production of Cole Porter’s much-loved musical featuring the songs Anything Goes, You’re The Top and I Get A Kick Out Of You.
Until Saturday 11th June at 7.30 and 3pm Matinee
Tickets between £9 and £14 Box Office 0208 553 4466
Bad Day At Black Frog Creek: The Phoenix Theatre Company
Price: £7, child £4
Times: Jun 9-11, 7.30pm, mat Jun 11, 3pm
Christ Church URC,164 New London Road,Chelmsford,CM2 0AW
01245 354 529
The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas: Springers Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society
Times: Jun 14-18, 7.30pm, mat Jun 18, 3pm
Civic Theatre Fairfield Road,Chelmsford,CM1 1JG
FRIDAY: WEEKEND SPORT & WHAT TO WATCH
Football – European U21 tournament gets underway in Denmark tomorrow, starting with Belarus vs Iceland. England start their campaign vs Spain at 7.45pm on Sunday, vs Ukrain same time on Wednesday.
Cricket – victory for Essex last night in the T20 game at Lords, exhibition match vs Sri Lanka today from 11am, then T20 returns at Surrey on Monday night.
F1 – Canada for the 7th race of the season, qualifying at 6pm Saturday, race also at 6pm, on Sunday.
Tennis – finals of Queens, quarter finals from today, Murray looking good on the grass with fellow Brit James Ward tied at 1-1 overnight. For the women, tournaments in Birmingham and Nottingham this week, before next week’s Eastbourne International tournament.
Ice Hockey – Vancouver were 2-0 up in the series, but 8-1 and 4-0 wins for Boston have put them back in control. 5th game tonight in Vancouver, then Monday night in Boston before the potential decider in Vancouver on Wednesday
England 1-2 Spain
Essex to win
Vettel to win
Nadal to win
WHAT TO WATCH
ITV 2 9pm Gladiator
Syfy 9pm Black Dawn, the sequel to The Foreigner
Film 4 9pm Mr and Mrs Smith
Channel 4 6.45 Sahara – starring Penelope Cruz and Matthew McConaughey
ITV1 7pm: Ice Age: The Melt down
ITV2 9pm Shawshank Redemption
Sky 1 9pm Forest Gump
ITV1 9.45 Batman Begins starring Christian Bale and Michael Caine
Channel 5 6.20 Mask of Zorro
Channel 4 8pm Definitely, Maybe (Premiere)n starring Ryan Reynolds and Elizabeth Banks who starred in Little Miss Sunshine.
Channel 5 9pm Collateral Damage – Starring Arnie Schwartzenegger
Film 4 9pm Double Jeopardy