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A HARLOW woman was disqualified from keeping rabbits for life after her rabbit was found emaciated with teeth so overgrown that they protruded at least two inches from his mouth. Sharon Jolley, (DOB 17.06.70) of Hillside, Harlow, Essex had previously pleaded guilty at Colchester Magistrates’…

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POLICE are appealing for any information from the public after a motorcyclist and his son were injured when they came off their bike after it collided with a large piece of concrete in the road in Roydon yesterday(July 7). Around 8.40am the two men, aged…

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THE area outside the Science Department at St Mark’s in Tripton Road was transformed by the addition of two beautiful new planted areas, which have been created by the newly formed Ecology Club. Pupils and staff worked together to create a border which spells out…

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ENJOY a relaxing summer Sunday afternoon in the beautiful and tranquil surroundings of Harlow Museum Walled Gardens. Putting the Art into party, join local performer. Bring your own picnic. Featuring performances by Harlow Ballet, Inn Scribers, Harlow Rock School, New Edition singers, U3A Choir and…

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There’s no better inspiration to pushing a school forward than your own young daughter. Stuart Pope is the new head of school at Cooks Spinney Primary School, in Cooks Spinney, Harlow, where his daughter Jessica is in Year 1. He is on a mission, along…

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FLASHES of fluorescent lit up the night as more than 600 people turned out for St Clare Hospice’s annual Midnight Walk on Saturday. Neon pink, yellow, orange and green illuminated the night for the 80s-themed revival as walkers of all ages came together to support…

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Happy Birthday to us! Just a quick note to say thank you to all our readers, viewers and followers for your support. We have produced 2,140 stories in our first year. Just over 240,000 page views and we have developed 1,200 followers on twitter. There…

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A Cambridgeshire man is due to appear in court today (Monday) after he was charged with burgling an elderly woman’s home in Harlow. The break-in happened at a house on Westfield at 11am on Monday, February 17 when a man stole £50 and a bank…

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Each school will still have its own leader, with the new title of head of school. Mr Jackson will help the Trust with its mission to bring the primary schools up to and beyond the Ofsted-rated Outstanding standard of Burnt Mill Academy, in First Avenue.…

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THE CHAIR of Harlow Council, Councillor Ian Beckett, is inviting families to don their onesies and join him on a special walk in aid of his chosen charities for this year, No Child Without, The Chocolate Run and the Gibberd Garden. The walk will take…

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A WOMAN was taken to hospital after an alleged attack in Puffers Green in Harlow. Essex Police were called at just after 1.30pm on Monday June 23rd to the Puffers Green area near to the Clock Tower on Second Avenue. On arrival they found a…

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A CHARITY providing emergency food supplies to people in and around Harlow is in need of help itself. Harlow Foodbank, which has fed more than 10,000 people since it was set up almost five years ago, is urgently looking for a volunteer van driver to…

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BE aware of potentially deadly hazards such as window blind cords and nappy sacks – this is the message from Essex Trading Standards during Child Safety Week from Monday 23 June to Sunday 29 June. An Essex toddler died in her cot after she became…

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POLICE are appealing for information after a man was assaulted on a night out in Harlow leaving him with a broken jaw. The man, a member of bar staff, in his 20s, from Braintree, was near the dance floor in Bar 21, Harlow at 2am…

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NWES staff will be turning back the clock to the decade when the enterprise agency was founded when they take part in next weekend’s 80s-themed Midnight Walk for St Clare Hospice. The not-for-profit organisation, which manages the Harlow Enterprise Hub in Edinburgh Way and is…

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Among the points made are: 1. Leaders and managers, in partnership with the local authority, have responded well to areas identified as needing improvement in the previous inspection. As a consequence, a strong focus on improving teaching has led to better achievement. 2. Pupils enjoy…