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A Which? survey of passengers has revealed a shocking level of passenger satisfaction on Greater Anglia trains. Despite inflation-busting fare rises, passengers on Greater Anglia gave the company a score of just 40%. This rates Greater Anglia as joint last in this years survey, making…

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HARLOW Euro MP, Richard Howitt, who is also a spokesperson on the European Parliament’s Human Rights Committee has welcomed today’s UK Court of Appeal judgement confirming the life sentence against Essex murderer Jeremy Bamber as showing that both justice and human rights can be upheld…

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HARLOW arts groups are being encouraged to bid for “Culture in Essex Small Grants”. This has come after Essex County Council has revealed the names of those benefitting from the first round of the Culture in Essex Small Grants Scheme for 2014. In total 10…

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RAZED ROOF Fundraising QUIZ NIGHT 7pm for 7.30pm on Friday 28th March 2014 at St Johns Arc (St Johns Walk, Market Street, Old Harlow, CM17 0AJ) Teams of up to eight. For bookings please ring Barbara: 07505 838564 Tickets £10.00 per person to include a…

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WITH more than 132 million books and over 80 million DVDs sold, Barney, the 200 million year old Dinosaur is without doubt a favourite for youngsters around the world. Join Barney for ninety minutes of song, dance and fun…..and when it comes to fun, Barney…

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PLANS for “North Harlow” have been unveiled in the East Herts Council’s draft District Plan. The plans have been delivered to 58,000 homes in East Herts. The complete document, which runs to several hundred pages, sets out where the authority thinks homes and related infrastructure…

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HARLOW Running Club competed in the fourth and final round of the East Herts and West Essex Cross Country League over a muddy 5 mile course at Bishop’s Stortford. First HRC member to finish was Rob Lowe in 6th place out of 89 finishers and…

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LABOUR politicians have express their deep concerns that youth services in Harlow will be run by volunteers. Suzy Stride, Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Harlow, said: “I am pleased to see that Essex County Council have listened to the Save our Youth Service campaign. The protest…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses after an attempted robbery in Harlow. The incident happened at about 5.20pm on Monday, February 17, in Burley Hill, when a woman in her 40s from Harlow was walking along an alleyway and a man on a black pedal cycle…

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HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon has reacted to Essex County Council;s announcement on youth service provision. Mr Halfon said: “As some residents may already know, Essex County Council recently held a consultation into the future of youth services in Essex, in order to find appropriate places…

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ESSEX County Council has published its proposals on the future of Essex Youth Services which are to continue the “journey the service has been on since 2011, moving away from direct delivery of the youth service to facilitating and supporting the delivery of the service…

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ESSEX POLICE called out the police helicopter last night (Monday) after a report of a cyclist wielding a samurai sword. Essex Police received a call at just after 9.30pm from a concerned resident in the Bushey Croft area of Harlow (near to Tendring Road). However,…

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HARLOW Athletic Club held its cross country event for primary school children in years 3&4 and 5&6 on Saturday the 15th Feb 2014 on Latton Common in Harlow. There were separate boys and girls races and the course for years 3&4 was 1.1K and the…

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HELP will be on hand on 6 March 2014 for people wanting to improve or learn new skills as part of National Careers Week 2014. To celebrate adult careers guidance and learning, Harlow Council in partnership with the West Essex Skills and Learning Forum has…

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Young and old came together as one to support St Clare Hospice’s annual Onesie Week. Schoolchildren, workmates and Brownies were among those who proved they love to lounge by wearing their snuggly sleepwear to raise funds for the Hastingwood-based charity. Even the Hospice’s fundraising team…