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St Clare’s Harlow Shop Manager urges locals to volunteer in their local charity shop Kevin Stocker (59, from Harlow) has joined the team at St Clare Hospice’s flagship charity shop at the St James Centre in Harlow, where he is the new Shop Manager. Kevin…

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UNTIL the end of February 2019 ,night shelter accommodation is available for anyone sleeping rough in Harlow via Hope4Harlow. Each night a different local church is providing shelter. During the coldest weather we will provide additional accommodation for anyone who is able to access Hope4Harlow…

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ST Clare Hospice is celebrating the fifth birthday of its Hospice at Home service which was launched in January 2014. The team of registered nurses and nursing assistants provide free, short-term, compassionate care for people with life-limiting illnesses in the comfort of their own home,…

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HARLOW Town FC are delighted to be hosting a charity game in aid of Great Ormond Street Children’s Charity. They have partnered with Writtle College and Essex Senior Football League to help raise funds for this worthwhile cause, supporting the great work done at Great…

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THE “Not the Royal Variety Performance” is coming to Harlow to raise funds for local homeless charity, Streets2Homes. It is organised and hosted by local comedian Clare Harrison McCartney and promises to entertain. The Fraudway singers are headlining with their show. Local vocalist Cara Sheridan…

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LAST year, The Hare and its customers raised so much money for St Clare Hospice and had so much fun with their charity Christmas fun day! From 4pm on Sunday December 23rd, they will have kids games, snow machine a visit from Santa, some amazing…

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OVER the last month, around 600 people have come together to celebrate the lives of friends and loved ones in a series of ‘Light up a Life’ Christmas carol and remembrance services. The Hastingwood-based charity held a series of seven ‘Light up a Life’ services…

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IT looks like Harlow is in good hands if there are more six-year-olds like Sonny. Last week, Sonny was walking to Freshwaters Primary school with his mother Katy, when he saw homeless people asleep. Sonny was very upset. The next week, when he wrote his…

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ON Monday 17th December footballers from West Ham’s under 23 team paid a visit to the Hastingwood-based hospice to bring some festive cheer to the patients on St Clare Hospice’s Inpatient Unit and those visiting the Day Centre. They also brought a £1,000 donation to…

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ST Clare Hospice staff will be working over the festive period to make Christmas as special as possible for their patients and families – supporting people from across West Essex and East Hertfordshire. The Hastingwood-based charity will be operating their vital care services as usual…

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PAUL Blake’s Christmas lights are the stuff of legend. From the moment he puts up the decorations, a steady stream of residents pass by to see the decorations and make a contribution to his chosen charities. This year they are ASL, Streets2homes and St Clare…

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Ray completes whole year of challenges in aid of local hospice charity THIS December, a dedicated St Clare Hospice supporter from Stansted has completed a year of challenges in aid of the West Essex and East Herts hospice charity, and in memory of his friend…

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A COURAGEOUS team of 19 local charity supporters successfully braved a skydiving challenge throughout the month of November in aid of West Essex and East Herts charity, St Clare Hospice. This season’s St Clare skydiving event saw a record number of participants take on the…

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TWO Help for Heroes volunteers, with a combined aged of 135, have raised £3,000 for the military charity after walking from London to Ypres. Barry Pyle, aged 72, from Harlow, devised the fundraising challenge which saw them walk 155 miles in just 2 weeks. They…

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LOOKING for a way to give something back this festive season? This December, the British Heart Foundation is launching Project Elf, its latest volunteering campaign encouraging the public to ‘lend an elfing hand’ over the Christmas period. This December the BHF is calling on the…

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‘Not the royal variety performance’ is coming to burnt mill social club on February 15th. The belated St Valentines Day variety show will be raising funds for streets to homes. Not the royal variety show is seeking acts to donate their talent to the evening,…