Renters: Eviction cases resume after six-month ban

Renters: Eviction cases resume after six-month ban

EVICTION hearings will now resume in courts in England and Wales – but the most serious cases will be given priority reports the BBC. A backlog has built up during a six-month ban on proceedings in place during the coronavirus outbreak. Cases involving domestic violence or anti-social behaviour will be heard first. Restrictions also exist […]

Harlow Community Police Team: September Report

Harlow Community Police Team: September Report

BY PCSO Bradley Hall AS a reminder, since Monday 14th September 2020 in England, you must not hold social gatherings with more than six people. The “rule of 6” applies in any setting, indoors or outdoors, at home or in the pub. Let’s keep Essex great, prosperous and safe by adhering to the new rules […]

Harlow councillors clash over community cash

Harlow councillors clash over community cash

HARLOW LABOUR and Conservative councillors clashed over an apparent lack of information over money for the community. Labour councillor Frances Mason questioned the deputy leader of the Harlow Conservatives, cllr Joel Charles over what happened to the £40,000 on offer from Essex County Council to Harlow community groups. Cllr Mason felt there was a lack […]

Help us find and thank our World War II Veterans

Help us find and thank our World War II Veterans

THE Not Forgotten is seeking your support to find and thank our remaining World War II veterans, who have been denied their 75th anniversary celebrations by Covid-19. While a sense of normality is returning for many, the harsh realities of the pandemic still exists for our veterans, who have been forced to spend VE and VJ […]

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