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AN attack by Harlow MP, Robert Halfon on the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has backfired on him says the party. The anti-EU Party has organised a major day of action in Harlow on Saturday 29th March. UKIP members from all over the East of England…

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A BUSINESSMAN, based in Harlow has been charged with data protection offences alongside two National Crime Agency officers. In an exclusive report by The Independent, it has revealed that Glynn Evans, a director with Corporate Security Consultants (CSC) which is based on Station Road in…

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Blogpiece by Nishall Garala Happy Mother’s Day This week I am going to dedicate my blog to my mum and auntie. According to the term “Mother” in the dictionary says simply “a woman in relation to a child or children to whom she has given…

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THE St Clare van was back in service on Monday – more than a month after it was driven away from the Hospice site by thieves. Drivers Paul and Martin were delighted to get the keys back so they can resume our delivery and collection…

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RESIDENTS in Harlow are being asked for their views on a range of issues as part of a County wide resident survey. Around 12,000 people across the county will be sent questionnaires from this week. The aim is to get at least 400 responses from…

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Harlow Ladies 1 v 1 Basildon 1 LAST game of the season and Harlow Ladies 1’s found themselves fighting relegation with Basildon 2’s and playing on the opposition’s turf. A poor start to the season was fortunately put behind them and they continued to show…

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Ryman Div One North Ryman Div One North Waltham Abbey 1 v 3 Harlow Town HARLOW Town go into their massive game on Saturday against league leaders VCD Athletic in fine form after a 3-0 victory away at Waltham Abbey. The Hawks now sit in…

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HERE IS a full list, supplied to us by the National Union of Teachers, of which schools in Harlow and Epping are closed, partially closed or fully open. 1 ABBOTSWELD PRIMARY SCHOOL Harlow, Mostly Closed 2 BUCKHURST HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL Buckhurst Hill, Completely Closed 3…

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NOW this sounds interesting. Want to know more. We asked retired Met Police detective, Trevor Marriot to put it in his own words. Trevor said: “On April 25th The Harlow Playhouse Theatre will be staging the above show. The show is a two hour audiovisual…

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MAKE sure you can remember this Mother’s Day forever at The Harvey Centre, Harlow’s top shopping destination. The centre is giving local mums and daughters the chance to be snapped together by installing a special photo booth on Saturday 29 March. From 11am to 3pm,…

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By Steve Hannam So… Readers of these blogs are well aware of my trouble dealing with Tiddles the Silverback when I come into the room or indeed home as he appears to loathe the very sight of me. As an experiment last week, TCMH suggested…

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FOLLOWING inspection in January and February 2014, Ofsted has rated Essex County Council’s Children’s Services as good. This means the local authority leads effective services that help, protect and care for children and young people and those who are looked after and care leavers have…

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RECENTLY, Harlow Enterprise Zone attended the world’s largest annual property exhibition, MIPIM, in Cannes. This brings together approximately 20,000 property professionals and showcases development opportunities as it brings together developers, investors, occupiers, architects and project promoters etc. It is a great opportunity to raise the…

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FROZEN Light’s multi-sensory show Tunnels- for teenage audiences with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities is coming to Harlow Playhouse 25th-27th March. THE performance is described as follows: “Leaving the place that she calls home, Lana travels deep below the city into an underground world filled…

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THE world’s favourite pantomime will sweep into town this Christmas, as Cinderella reaches for the stars at the Harlow Playhouse. Featuring great comedy, music and dance, plans are afoot to make this the theatres most visually stunning show yet, with astounding effects, ingenious sets and…

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ESSEX County Council’s Museum Development Officer, Amy Cotterill, is joining museums and galleries from across the UK and Europe on Twitter for the first ever #MuseumWeek, a project that is connecting people to artwork, culture, history and science in new and interactive ways. #MuseumWeek is…