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HARLOW Council has five outdoor paddling pools and one splash park, which are open during the school summer holidays only. Their locations are: Bush Fair – By the Tye Green Bowls Club off Tilwicks Road Harlow Town Park – Behind the Leah Manning Centre off…

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FIRE CREWS were called to free a woman trapped in her car following a road traffic collision. The incident involved one vehicle, which left the roadway at Denby Grange in Church Langley, Harlow and collided with a house. The casualty was freed by 12:17 hrs…

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Update: 1000 hrs John Lloyd, aged 80, who went missing from his home in Harlow on Wednesday morning was found at midnight in the town. He is now back home with his family. POLICE want to hear from anyone who believes they may have seen…

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A HARLOW primary school is celebrating its best ever SATs results – boosting its score by 30% since forming a partnership with an outstanding secondary. Staff, pupils and parents at Freshwaters Primary Academy, in School Lane, are thrilled with the huge leap in its achievements…

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IT LOOKS like it is going to be a very busy year for the chair of Harlow Council, cllr Ian Beckett. On Saturday, he donned his Onesie to walk from Passmores Academy to Harlow Museum in order to raise money for Harlow Chocolate Run and…

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LET US deal with the basics first: Burnt Mill is now part of an academy trust. That trust includes five schools: Burnt Mill Academy, Little Parndon Primary, Freshwaters Primary, Roydon Primary and Cooks Spinney Primary. The overall head is the head of Burnt Mill, Helena…

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POLICE in Harlow have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in relation to a theft from BBS Coffee. On July 1 at around 7.30am at BBS Coffee in the Harvey Centre, a man helped himself to £50 in cash…

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LEADING repairs and maintenance provider, Kier Harlow, is seeing double after achieving Gold in the prestigious Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Occupational Health & Safety Awards 2014, as well as being awarded a merit in the British Safety Council’s International Safety Awards.…

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THAT’S the view at Little Parndon Primary School,in Park Mead, Harlow, as they waved off their tiny Year 2 pupils for an overnight adventure. The group of 20 children spent two days at Cuffley Camp, in Hertfordshire, camping under the stars in tents among the…

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Update: 2100 hrs M11 Essex – M11 closed and delays of four hours London-bound between J7, A414 (Harlow) and J6 M25, because of a serious accident involving a lorry and a car. Diversion in operation – the official diversion is along the A414 to Chelmsford,…

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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…