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BALLERZ has officially launched its first venue with big names in football among the first to visit theimmersive competitive socialising football dome – and more than 1000 visitors welcomed over the opening weekend. Ahead of opening to the public on Saturday 18 May, its star-studded…

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THE TRADITIONAL charity Rugby 10s is set to go ahead this weekend. The day will be raising money for the RNLI charity in memory of Chris “Bully” Ball. The event runs from 12pm to 1130pm. Free entry. ====== Mens Rugby tournament Food vendorsBouncy castlesIce cream vanCoffee…

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THE Leader of Harlow Council, Councillor Dan Swords, has announced his new Cabinet which will deliver the council’s six missions for the year ahead. For the second year running, Councillor Swords has been appointed the Leader of the Council. At last night’s (23 May 2024)…

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LONDON Stansted is expecting a bumper week ahead as thousands of Brits head off to enjoy the bank holiday weekend and half-term break. Sun-seekers and city-breakers are among the 430,000 passengers who will be travelling through between May 25 and June 2. Over the three-day…

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THE POTTER Street Fete is set for Monday May 27th on the green opposite St Mary Magdalene Church. Full details below.

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THE Trustees of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Multi Academy Trust wish to appoint an enthusiastic, inspirational leader who is passionate about inclusive learning. This is an exciting and rewarding opportunity if you are ambitious for progression within a leadership role. The successful candidate will…

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ON Sunday 19th May Harlow Running & Tri Club took part in the Stort 10 & 5 mile race at Cammas Hall Farm. It was a fantastic day and well organised event by Bishops Stortford Running Club. Stort 10 (miles)28 Josh Chinn 1.22.0031 Chris Mack…

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ON Sunday, Frontiers Ladies hosted Bowers & Pitsea Reserves knowing a lot of things would have to go their way to win the league but a point would guarantee second place. Frontiers got off to a slow start going 0-2 down after 15 minutes with…

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THE landlord of a property in Harlow has been hit with over £23,000 in legal costs after being found guilty of operating an unlicensed and unsafe house in multiple occupation (HMO). An HMO (also known as a house share) is a property inhabited by 3…

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A TYPICAL household’s yearly energy bill will fall by £122 in July under the regulator Ofgem’s new price cap. The latest quarterly cap for England, Wales and Scotland means a household using a typical amount of gas and electricity will pay £1,568 a year. That…

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NEW collection calendars and recycling information leaflets will be delivered to residents soon. The leaflets contain bin collection dates for the year from May 2024 to April 2025 as well as revised collection dates over Christmas and Easter. Residents will also find useful information on:…

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A HARLOW has been charged as part of a proactive Counter Terrorism Policing investigation into suspected offences under the National Security Act. Howard Michael Phillips, 64 (29.08.59) of Harlow was charged on Thursday, 23 May with an offence contrary to section 3 of the National…

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THE Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched a formal ‘market investigation’ into the UK’s veterinary services market for household pets, following the conclusion of a consultation on the proposals last month. The CMA has confirmed that its initial concerns remain the same as in March…

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DENTAL graduates in England could be forced to work in the NHS to help tackle the crisis in access that has left millions struggling to get their teeth repaired reports The Guardian. Under the government’s plan they would have to undertake NHS work for “several years” after leaving university…

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GREEN jobs must be a priority of any new government with growing green skills also seen as top of that agenda, says the Institute of Environment Management & Assessment (IEMA). With demand for green skills globally growing nearly twice as fast as the growth in…

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REDWINGS Horse Sanctuary is appealing for anyone with information about a burglary at the charity’s Ada Cole Visitor Centre in Nazeing on Tuesday night (21st May) to contact the police.  The break-in happened late in the evening at the centre on Epping Road, Broadley Common. Redwings…