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POLICE would like to hear from anyone who can identify three men who were involved in a robbery which took place in Ployters Road, Harlow. A woman was by a bus stop, opposite Kingsmoor School, at 11.30am on Wednesday October 23 when a car pulled…

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Basketball Harlow Hawks 52 v 47 Michaelians HARLOW Hawks triumphed 52-47 at home to Michaelians in division two of the Hertfordshire Basketball League. The hosts imposed themselves on the game early as Rimantas Norkeliunas was a beast on the offensive boards and earned himself six…

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STEWARDS Academy excelled itself this year with a sensational double bill at the annual Shakespeare Schools Festival. A cast of 40 pupils brought Macbeth and Julius Caesar to life. Directors Di Johnson, Karen Batterham and Sam Ramsey were delighted with the manner in which pupils…

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A MEETING OF THE Stop West Sumners (SWS) campaigners was held at the Sumners Leisure Centre last week. The campaigners are keen to keep the pressure on all concerned regarding the proposals for up to 2,000 homes in the area, although on land in Epping…

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By Perdi Harris AN evening at the Chocolate Run’s weekly drop-in sees volunteers provide hot drinks and snacks for the homeless of Harlow. Across the room, an elderly man has fallen asleep in an armchair. He has walked six miles from Hoddesdon in the cold…

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GOOD NAME. Down at the bottom of a garden in Old Harlow, three piece band, The Albino Peaches rehearse, create and compose. The amiable trio of Daniel Parkin, Tommy Judd and Wesley Stringer have a confidence about them. Not the confidence that goes on about…

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ESSEX County Council has launched a consultation into the future provision of primary school places in Harlow as a response to significant growth in pupil numbers as a result of new housing, rising births and families moving into the town. Over the last 12 months…

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IT HAS been running for almost eleven years but it could be (we stress..could be) coming to a conclusion. At a meeting of the Potters Street Residents Association, a number of agencies came together to tell residents “where they were”. For newcomers to this story,…

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Update: 1950 hrs M11 closed and queueing traffic northbound between J7, A414 (Harlow) in Hastingwood and J8, A120 (Bishops Stortford) in Essex, because of an overturned van M11 Essex – M11 blocked and stationary traffic northbound before J8, A120 (Bishops Stortford), because of an overturned…

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FAMILIES are much more than groups of individuals. They have their own goals and aspirations. They also are places where every child and adult should feel that he or she is special and be encouraged to pursue his or her own dreams; a place where…

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ESSEX County Council is encouraging parents to apply for primary school places for September 2014. Parents and carers of children born between 1 September 2009 and 31 August 2010 must apply between 11 November 2013 and 15 January 2014 for primary school places for the…

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COMING soon to The Playhouse Gavin Robertson’s epic Bond Spoof, ‘BOND!’ – An Unauthorised Parody. Robertson whose past shows include several genre-based parodies including his international and West End hit ‘Thunderbirds F.A.B’; ‘every Western you’ve ever seen’, ‘Spittoon’ – and ‘every Space Movie you’ve ever…

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ESSEX is ready for the start of the winter season, with 15,000 tonnes of salt available and a fleet of 63 gritting lorries on standby around the clock. Essex County Council is required to focus its gritting resources on keeping major roads clear, so it…

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GEEKS of Harlow rejoice, 3 Darths will be returning to Harlow, for all your collectables needs from cult TV, Film and Video games and other related products. The shop will be reopening its doors at Unit 10 Little Walk on November 30th, with an official…

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IN A FAR corner of Harlow, high up on Potter Street, members of the armed services, along with members of the public came together to fall silent and remember the signing of the armistice on November 11th, 1918. Across town, outside the civic offices in…

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by Jo O’Reilly CONTINUING their tradition of showing thought provoking new work by young theatre companies, Olivier Award-nominee Caroline Horton’s ‘Mess’ graced the Studio Theatre of The playhouse last Thursday. Providing an unusual approach to the tricky and uncomfortable subject of eating disorders, the show…