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PATIENT safety is being enhanced across Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT) as it expands the use of ground-breaking technology on its mental health wards. Oxevision – an innovative digital platform which monitors patient safety and wellbeing complimenting the vital role of clinical staff…

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If you have a spare bedroom and some extra love to give, you can do it. The difference you can make to a young person is beyond words – Essex residents urged to consider supported lodgings as a rewarding alternative to fostering. THE pandemic may…

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HARLOW Council has celebrated individuals and organisations that have made outstanding contributions to the local community after Civic Awards were announced last Wednesday (24 February). Due to the COVID pandemic the awards were announced at a virtual special council meeting. The awards were for the…

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THREE members of staff at the Harlow branch of Manorcourt Homecare have been voted as ‘carers of the year’ in a recognition project led by branch manager Adrianna Tevfik, which encouraged those using its care-at-home services to nominate a carer who has gone ‘above and…

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HARLOW resident Rose Morris is a much respected member of our community. A military veteran , Rose has featured in our paper before from reading WW1 tributes to a valued back stage member of Moot House Players. What is Rose doing in March and April?…

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SPRING is just a day away and that is wonderfully illustrated by life at Pet’s Corner. Yes it is still in lockdown but you can see all that is going on via their Facebook page. We know everyone will be looking forward to visiting Pet’s…

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IT has been another busy month for our community police officers in Harlow. Their monthly report gives us a flavour of their work. 􏰣􏰫􏰂􏰒 􏰏􏰍􏰂 􏰞􏰎􏰋􏰏 􏰐􏰓􏰗􏰏􏰍 􏰌􏰂 􏰍􏰎􏰫􏰂 􏰟􏰓􏰗􏰢􏰗􏰊􏰂􏰧 􏰏􏰓 􏰏􏰎􏰟􏰠􏰉􏰂 􏰟􏰒􏰖􏰐􏰂 􏰏􏰍􏰒􏰓􏰊􏰤􏰍􏰓􏰊􏰏 􏰘􏰎􏰒􏰉􏰓􏰌 􏰎􏰗􏰧 􏰖􏰗 􏰏􏰍􏰂 􏰈􏰓􏰌􏰗 􏰙􏰂􏰗􏰏􏰒􏰂􏰝􏰈􏰌􏰓 􏰐􏰂􏰗 􏰍􏰎􏰫􏰂 􏰃􏰂􏰂􏰗 􏰟􏰍􏰎􏰒􏰤􏰂􏰧 􏰖􏰗…

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GIBBERD Garden will be open for Mothering Sunday.. Full details on poster.

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THE Gibberd Garden will re-open this year for the first time on Sunday 7th March at 2.00pm. At the moment their special openings will be by ticket for cars. This is restricted to the first 25 cars. Other arriving on foot or by cycle will…

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THE third national lockdown meant complete suspension of face to face services for local disability charity, Accuro (Care Services). The charity usually provide six social services for Children, Young People and Adults across West Essex, including Harlow, Uttlesford and Epping.  While ‘in-person’ clubs and social…

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A SIX-YEAR-OLD boy from Harlow is set to cycle 100 miles in March for a very worthy cause. Harry plans to raise much needed funds for Paradise Wildlife Park as he wants to donate money to the big cat sanctuary. His mother, Leanne has asked:…

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CARE home residents in England will be allowed to pick one person to visit them regularly from 8 March, in the first confirmed easing of lockdown since its reintroduction last month reports the BBC. They will be able to meet indoors and hold hands -…

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KIM Kaye, director of Nosey Barker dog training school and her team have been short-listed for an Animal Star Award for Best Trainer/Behaviourist of the Year. Nosey Barker serves Harlow and the surrounding areas and, after giving away their brand-new online course, Wonder Walks, to…

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HARLOW Art Trust have begun installing new signage to the town’s sculpture collection today, starting in the museum gardens. The signs are a council-funded initiative championed by councillor Eugenie Harvey.   They use a consistent graphic design that follows the green and yellow of the…

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Essex homeowners offered £10,000 to ‘go green’ and save on bills UP to 80 Essex homeowners are being offered the chance to warm their homes for less and help tackle climate change through the government’s Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery (LAD) scheme. Led by…

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THE LOSS of the legendary music venue The Square on Fourth Avenue has been well documented. (see letter from Barbara Burge from The Civic Society for details) People have seen it close, be demolished and then waited for houses to be built. And waited and…