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THE next Harlow resident we are following ion they journey to the London Marathon is Gemma Nicholson. We asked Gemma to tell us why she is taking on all 26 miles and 385 yards. Gemma said: “I am running for Children with Cancer UK “I…

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DISABILITY charity Accuro (Care Services) is excited to announce that their first event of the newyear will be held at the Harlow Rugby Club. Taking place during Half Term week on Tuesday 20thFebruary, this exciting event will be hosted by Lego experts, The Brick People.…

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RIPPED Gym has raised over £2,000 for a very worthy cause. Members and visitors of the Harlow and Basildon gyms raised a grand total of £2,333 for Papyrus, a charity dedicated to the prevention of young suicide. Mia Wyatt, aged 25, the niece of the…

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HARLOW’S Gemma Smith is set to run the London Marathon for the second time and she can’t wait. YH is following the progress of a number of Harlow residents from now until the big day on Sunday April 21st. Gemma is running for the Make-A-Wish…

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THE next person we are following as part of our London Marathon coverage is Tony Marks. Tony is the owner of Best Bodies Fitness in The Stow. Tony is taking on the challenge of 26 miles and 385 yards on Sunday April 21st for the…

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A HARLOW teenager is set to take on the mighty challenge of the London Marathon. This will be Ella Newitt’s first ever marathon, so we asked her to tell us why she was running, who she is raising money for and how training is going?…

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ANOTHER Harlow resident set to take on the London Marathon in April is Rosie May Lozeau. We asked Rosie to tell us a little bit more about why she is taking on the challenge of running 26 miles and 385 yards. Rosie said: “I am…

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ST Clare Hospice’s Christmas tree recycling scheme continues to grow – this year branching out into even more postcode areas across the charity’s catchment area. The eco-friendly fundraiser is expected to be more popular than ever, with St Clare offering to collect and responsibly dispose of your…

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A HARLOW primary school teacher is set to take on the challenge of the London Marathon for charity. Mark Grant teaches at Hare Street Primary in Harlow. YH asked Mark why he was running and who he is running for? ” I am running the…

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PEOPLE across Essex are being invited to kick start the New Year by signing-up for Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life in Chelmsford.   The charity’s much-loved events, which raise funds for life-saving research, are returning to Chelmsford. Anyone who joins this January can claim 50 per cent…

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A ST CLARE Hospice nurse is taking on the challenge of the London Marathon for a cause very close to her heart, St Clare Hospice. Victoria Martinez works as part of the Nursing team at the much-respected and loved home in Hastingwood. Victoria said: “My…

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ST Clare Hospice has joined forces with the MND Association to host a monthly coffee morning for people with motor neurone disease, their families and carers.  On the second Friday of the month, MND Association volunteers will be at Café Clare, held in the dining…

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THERE are three months, two weeks and four days until the London Marathon on April 21st of this year. There will be some people, who have been sensible over Christmas and put in a 10 mile road race before 2023 ended. And here may be…

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THE INNER Wheel Club of Harlow are holding an International Day Coffee Morning. Inner Wheel was founded in Manchester, England in 1924. The objects of this service organisation can be found below. https://innerwheel.co.uk/objectives/

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On Thursday January 4th and Friday January 5th, Tiaras in The Stow is giving back to the community with a special two day event. They are doing a “Pay What You Can” two day event. This is for cutting services only. This includes: Mens haircutChildren’s…

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THE Firewalk fundraiser returned to St Clare Hospice this autumn and it made for a scorching evening of fun and fiery entertainment. Over 20 people took part in the event which raised over £11,000 for St Clare Hospice. On the evening delicious food was provided…