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MEMBERS of the Harlow community gathered at the Salvation Army hall on Tendring Road to pay tribute to the Shakoor family who tragically lost their life in Barn Mead a year ago. The service was lead by the chaplin of Princess Alexandra hospital, Christine Hawkins…

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A HARLOW kids club that was only put into special measures three months ago, has seen a remarkable turn-around in fortunes. In July, the Chill Out Kids Club received scathing criticism by Ofsted in the report. The report pointed at levels of safeguarding, staffing and…

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SUZY Stride, Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Harlow, recently visited the Harlow based charity Street2Homes. She saw first hand the invaluable work it does with homeless people. Street2Homes provides a safe and friendly environment in which they are able assist the homeless in a number of…

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FOLLOWING sell-out shows in Glasgow, Belfast and Dublin earlier this year, the smash hit comedy, Fifty-One Shades of Maggie, is set to become one of the funniest shows to hit UK stages in years as it embarks on the first 27-venue tour of the country,…

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HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon rose on the floor of the House of Commons to praise the success of Burnt Mill Academy. Mr Halfon said: “Thank you Mr Speaker. Is my Honourable Friend aware that under the leadership of Helena Mills at Burnt Mill School in…

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THE producers of the smash-hit ‘Fairy Tales of the Unexpected’ are performing at The Harlow Playhouse, this coming Autumn season with another fantastic show after wowing audiences during the Summer of 2013. This time, promising fun for all the family, LP Creatives present ‘Treasure Island’…

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A MEMORIAL service will be held tomorrow to mark the one year anniversary of the fatal fire in Barn Mead. The emergency services, staff from Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH), local school representatives, Harlow Islamic Centre, local community members and other organisations will be getting together…

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THE BARD returns to The Playhouse this Thursday as critically acclaimed Transport Theatre Company present their re-telling of the classic Shakespeare comedy As You Like It. ‘A vibrant, touching, and timely story about love and statelessness, As You Like It examines human capacity to endure.…

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TOMORROW marks the anniversary of the fatal fire in Barn Mead, in which Dr Shakoor tragically lost his wife and five children. Councillor Mark Wilkinson, Leader of Harlow Council, has issued this statement, ‘We will never forget that night and our thoughts continue to be…

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YOUR HARLOW met with Harlow’s very own Magic Man, Andy Jamieson. As well as being the resident magician at West Ham United Football Club, Jamieson is available to book for weddings, corporate events and parties. For more info see his website.

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By Holly Reijs FIVE EXCITED lads jumped onto the stage with a lot of energy. Looking across the packed-out room, there must have been just over sixty five people watching in amazement for the first song to kick off. There was a really long intro…

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SPECIAL guest Frank Bruno wished job seekers luck at the second Harlow jobs fair on friday. The event, organised by Harlow MP Robert Halfon, saw job seekers meet with local organisations and businesses with the hope of finding employment. Your Harlow attended the event and…

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by Jo O’Reilly The consultation on Youth Service cuts by Essex County Council was made public last Thursday 10th October, members of the public can have their say on the proposals by taking part in a the public consultation survey online. Despite this, not everyone…

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OFSTED have published their report into Cooks Spinney primary. The inspection has come just after the infants and junior schools amalgamated. The government watch-dog has said the school requires improvement (the term used to be satisfactory) but many seasoned Ofsted observers believe that newly amalgamated…

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THIS WAS a question that a Harlow resident put to a councillor on Thursday night in Staple Tye. Councillor Waida Forman told the resident that, although she was not his constituent, she had a surgery. YH has to say that in the four months we…

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THERE DOES appear to be something of a wind of change in the way Essex Police are giving an account of themselves in public. Whether it is the installing of chief constable Stephen Kavanagh and police crime commissioner, Nick Alston but there appears to be…