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WHY not get some early Christmas ideas when the friendly Italian Food Market, Italia in Piazza, comes to North Weald Airfield on Saturday 9th November? The market will be located alongside the already popular weekly market and will run from 9am to 4pm. Italia in…

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THERE IS LOTS going on at Stewards Academy. Very much a vibrant atmosphere and a can-do philosophy. The chair of Harlow Council, cllr Linda Pailing attended the culture day that allied foods from across the world with dance and music from the five continents. There…

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IT’S hard hats at the ready as work commences on a £100,000 garden makeover project at Kiddi Caru Day Nursery in Church Langley. This will include not only the introduction of a host of new outdoor learning experiences for the children but also a unique…

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IF you need help for a minor health problem don’t forget your local pharmacist can offer you advice and treatment, and no appointment is needed! West Essex CCG is asking local people in Harlow, Uttlesford and Epping Forest to make better use of their local…

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THE 54-YEAR-OLD man who was involved in a road traffic collision on Friday night has passed away. The collision occured on Friday afternoon on Haydens Road, close to Third Avenue in Harlow. Roads were sealed off for several hours. The man was transferred to the…

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CANALABILITY, the new name for the Canal Boat Project is proud to announce their special Christmas Cruises this year. All their boats are centrally heated, so users will stay warm no matter how cold it gets outside. They are offering their Christmas Cruises from December…

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THESE ARE clearly exciting times for education in Harlow. The Sir Charles Kao UTC (SCK UTC) is a brand new University Technical College for students aged 14 – 19 opening in Harlow in September 2014. Located within the grounds of the award winning Harlow College,…

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MORE than 15,000 people descended on Harlow Town Park last night (3 November 2011) for Harlow’s annual firework night celebrations. The night’s celebrations got underway at 6pm with the Heart radio road show featuring breakfast show hosts Martin and Su and artists James McQueen, Jazz…

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AS PART of our Harlow histories series, the YH camera went down to Waterhouse Moor and visited St Andrews church. It is fascinating to think that this church is over 700 years old. It was given by our last Saxon king to the abbey of…

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ALL around the town, there are organisations that meet, week in and week out, helping the people of Harlow. One such organisation is Breathe Easy that meets at the Purford Green community centre once a month on a Tuesday. YH went along to speak to…

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FOUR people who were on bail having been arrested in connection with a fire at an Islamic centre in Harlow have been released with no further action to be taken against them. This development in the case has prompted detectives to issue a renewed appeal…

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DVD and games rental chain Blockbuster is to go into administration for a second time, says its owner, private equity firm Gordon Brothers Europe. Blockbuster has a store in Staple Tye. Blockbuster collapsed for the first time in January, after losing business to online firms…

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THERE is a Harlow Neighbourhood Watch meeting on Wednesday, 30th October in Room CR2A at the Civic Centre, 6.45 for 7.00 pm start. For further details go to: www.harlowneighbourhoodwatch.co.uk

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ABOUT 95 per cent of “hoax calls” made to Essex Police each year are from people with special needs claims the county’s crime commissioner. Police and crime commissioner Nick Alston said fewer than 100 callers of about 1,700 a year are actually people playing a…

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POLICE are appealing for assistance in identifying the man pictured they want to speak to in connection with the theft of bolts from a bike. The bike was parked at the Passmores Academy school in Tracyes Road, Harlow, and the parts were believed to have…

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ESSEX County Council’s trading standards team is warning people not to fall prey to rogue traders looking to take advantage of Monday’s (28 October) storm force winds across the town. The council itself has been working to clear roads and paths and legitimate traders will…