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Harlow 36 v 26 Epping Upper Clapton HARLOW’S unbeaten start to the season continued with an emphatic win against local rivals Epping Upper Clapton. But it did not go all Harlow’s own way. A sluggish start saw them go two tries down early on to…

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WE are giving you updates on the Covid-19 situation in Harlow as the needs arise. We are doing this because we want to give Harlow residents an accurate picture of where we are re Covid-19. It is by no mean perfect but it gives you…

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A MASTERPLAN which could result in the “mass rebuilding” of Harlow town centre has been endorsed by civic chiefs. Harlow Council’s cabinet voted to approve a first draft of the plan last night (October 14), which provides a framework for building new transport, retail, leisure,…

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THE communications team at The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) has won a national award. The team received the accolade of Best Event at the Institute of Internal Communication Awards on Friday, September 24. They were recognised for their work on Events not in…

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OVER 180 runners took part in the Harlow parkrun in the town park on Saturday morning. This was the 297th running of the popular 5k course through the park. It has been back running since July after a seventeen month hiatus due to Covid. The…

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Opinion Piece A FEW weeks ago, Harlow MP Robert Halfon was on the Broad Walk in Harlow Town Centre, meeting and discussing constituency issues with residents. Since being made a candidate in 1999, he is regularly seen there. Whilst he was there, a small group…

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THERE is nothing like live musical theatre and since the Harlow Playhouse opened in 1971 some of the greatest musicals ever written have been performed by both professional and amateur companies… From Thursday 4th November to Saturday 6th November Harlow Amateur Theatre Society (HATS) take…

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A PAEDOPHILE groomed and sexually abused a young girl he had met through social media, a court has heard. Nicholas Turpin made numerous trips from his home in Harlow for sex with the 13-year-old Welsh girl – on one occasion taking the child shopping to…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has paid tribute to his friend and fellow MP Sir David Amess who was stabbed to death at a constituency surgery in Leigh on Sea on Friday afternoon. Mr Halfon said: “I knew David really well. We both went to Israel…

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Update: 1500 hrs Conservative MP Sir David Amess has died after being stabbed multiple times in an incident at his constituency surgery, police have said. Harlow MP Robert Halfon said: “So so sad about Sir David Amess. He embodied Essex man. Kind, thoughtful funny, compassionate…

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THIS Saturday sees HARLOW’S 1ST XV host Epping Upper Clapton in the league at Latton Park as they look to continue their winning start to the season and make it four wins from four. A large crowd is expected at Latton Park so arrive early…

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THE Jack Petchey “Speak Out” Challenge! is expanding this year to train an additional 11,000 young people in the art of public speaking. This will bring the total number of young people trained up to 35,000 across London and Essex this academic year. Now in…

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THOUSANDS more HGV deliveries could be made each month in the UK under Government plans to help bolster the country’s supply chains by temporarily extending so-called ‘cabotage’ rights.   The proposals set out in a consultation launching today mean foreign operators that come into the country laden…

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PROSPECTIVE parents and carers are very welcome to visit their school and should contact the school office to book onto one of their open mornings.  Wednesday 10th November 2021 – 10:00am -11:00am Friday 26th November 2021 – 1:30pm – 2:30pm Thursday 9th December 2021 -10:00am -11:00am Monday…

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THE HARLOW Comedy Club returns on Friday October 29th. This month’s comedians are: LUKE TOULSON In 2005 Luke was nominated for the Perrier Best Newcomer Award as half of Toulson & Harvey, alongside such competition as Rhod Gilbert, Mark Watson and eventual winner Tim Minchin.…

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THE spending limit on each use of a contactless card has now risen from £45 to £100 – but not every shop will accept the new payment threshold. Retailers say it could take months to update terminals before every shopper can spend up to £100,…