FROM THE ARCHIVE OF THE HARLOW GAZETTE
GREEN SHIELD FRANK
In June, Frank Willmott put out an appeal for more Green Shield stamps as part of a national campaign to raise money for Cancer research.
The Harlow Gazette helped out and before you knew it, Frank, from Hare Street Springs had amassed over one million stamps. Well done Frank.
ANDERSON BAKERS IN COURT
The owners of Andersons Bakers in Harlow were in court to face 25 charges in relation to alleged contraventions of health and safety legislation.
Case was adjourned until Sept 13th.
HARLOW CND REMEMBER HIROSHIMA
Members of Harlow CND conducted a minute’s silence to remember the bombing of Hiroshima in August 1945.
Spokesperson Mary Coloman said: “We must never forget.”
INQUEST INTO DEATH OF TERRY HARDY
The inquest into the death of popular Harlow man, Terry Hardy (21) took place in Epping.
The coroner, Mr Caplin heard that Terry, a drummer with a number of Harlow bands, had left The Square One, with a girl-friend, riding pillion.
Motorbike courier, Terry, drove towards the Three Horseshoes but took a corner, hit the kerb and crashed, leaving him fatally injured.
The police witness,PC Clark informed the coroner that a post-mortem revealed that it was estimated that Mr Hardy had consumed five or six pints.
THEFT OF PRAM
We only put this story in because there still seems to be a group of people who think that the eighties was still a time when you could leave your door open etc etc.
Well, Sheila Stock had her £15o Silver Cross pram stolen from outside Keats House.
HODDLE SCORES THIRTEEN!
And Graham Roberts scored 29! For Sheering Cricket Club over at Hertingfordbury. Bet you didn’t know Glenn could play cricket as well.
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