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3rd April – 11th May A JOURNEY THROUGH PAINTING An exploration of abstraction with beginnings in landscape by MARTIN WALTON complemented by ceramics by FRASER BURCHILL Martin Walton has spent over 50 years as painter, beginning as a landscape painter but over time moving to…

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The Wizard of Oz Harlow Playhouse Monday 7th to Sunday 13th April 2014 Tickets £13 to £17 WITH schools breaking this Friday, parents’ minds are turning to what to do for the Easter fortnight. Harlow Playhouse is getting ready too, where rehearsals are in full…

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By Eric White and Jack Wikinson HARLOW pensioners are fighting for a community centre to have its doors open to everyone. Harlow Pensioner’s Action Association believe the council’s eligibility assessments to use the Leah Manning Centre on Park Lane are unnecessary. The campaign, under the…

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By Gary Shaw THE latest production by the Moot House Players was the Oscar Wilde classic, The Importance Of Being Earnest. The Players have a local, and even international, reputation for wonderful theatrical adaptions. Their work on this production is certainly no exception. Under the…

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ONE of the people who died after lightweight a plane he was travelling in plunged into a field near Writtle yesterday (March 29) has been identified reports The Brentwood Gazette. Simon Chamberlain, from Harlow, died in the crash, which happened in an area adjacent to…

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By Jo O’Reilly IF you’re wondering through Harlow Town centre between now and April 29th and need a little respite from the shops, you could do worse than poking your head into Gatehouse Arts new Art of Craft exhibition. With an eclectic display of work…

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JOHN Petters Swing Band will line up tonight with three superb saxophonists at St John’s ARC in Old Harlow tonight (Thursday, March 27). Australians, Steve Dagg and Karl Hird will be joined Cambridge’s premier jazzman, Andy Bowie, in what promises to be an outstanding evening…

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POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a children’s playground in Harlow was damaged by vandals. Children’s toys were broken and plant pots smashed at the Smiles Montessori Pre-School in The Fairway near Bush Fair. It happened at around 7.30pm on Saturday, March 22. Officers believe…

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Blogpiece by Nishall Garala Happy Mother’s Day This week I am going to dedicate my blog to my mum and auntie. According to the term “Mother” in the dictionary says simply “a woman in relation to a child or children to whom she has given…

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THE St Clare van was back in service on Monday – more than a month after it was driven away from the Hospice site by thieves. Drivers Paul and Martin were delighted to get the keys back so they can resume our delivery and collection…

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RESIDENTS in Harlow are being asked for their views on a range of issues as part of a County wide resident survey. Around 12,000 people across the county will be sent questionnaires from this week. The aim is to get at least 400 responses from…

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NOW this sounds interesting. Want to know more. We asked retired Met Police detective, Trevor Marriot to put it in his own words. Trevor said: “On April 25th The Harlow Playhouse Theatre will be staging the above show. The show is a two hour audiovisual…

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MAKE sure you can remember this Mother’s Day forever at The Harvey Centre, Harlow’s top shopping destination. The centre is giving local mums and daughters the chance to be snapped together by installing a special photo booth on Saturday 29 March. From 11am to 3pm,…

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By Steve Hannam So… Readers of these blogs are well aware of my trouble dealing with Tiddles the Silverback when I come into the room or indeed home as he appears to loathe the very sight of me. As an experiment last week, TCMH suggested…

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FROZEN Light’s multi-sensory show Tunnels- for teenage audiences with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities is coming to Harlow Playhouse 25th-27th March. THE performance is described as follows: “Leaving the place that she calls home, Lana travels deep below the city into an underground world filled…

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THE world’s favourite pantomime will sweep into town this Christmas, as Cinderella reaches for the stars at the Harlow Playhouse. Featuring great comedy, music and dance, plans are afoot to make this the theatres most visually stunning show yet, with astounding effects, ingenious sets and…