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THE MOOT House Players are set to perform Henrietta Branwell’s adaptation of the Oscar Wilde classic “The Importance of Being Earnest”. The show will be on March 20th,21st and 22nd at the venue in The Stow. A spokesperson said: “It’s a great little show, honed…

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A SUPPORT group has been set up for families caring for children with diabetes in Harlow. The first meeting is to take place at the Tesco supermarket in Church Langley on March 25 at 7.30pm. The initial meeting will look to formally set up the…

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IT’S not all glamour living in the world of football, students have been learning. Chief scout at Manchester United football club, Jim Lawlor, spoke with GCSE PE students at Burnt Mill Academy to give them an insight into the profession. He told how it takes…

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INTU Lakeside is looking for schools across Essex to register their interest to take part in its Elephant Parade. Children from six local schools will be given the opportunity to create unique elephant designs and six winners will be selected to join the tour which…

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PRODUCERS of the popular TV show Come Dine with Me are inviting Harlow residents to put themselves forward for the new series. The programme follows four strangers as they take it in turns to host the best dinner party, with the winner pocketing a £1,000…

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Blog-post: By Nishall Garala OVER the years we’ve seen local people and community groups come up with some of the most innovative solutions to local challenges. But we’ve also seen that sometimes they need a little help unlocking their potential. Constituting a community group, finding…

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AN additional £140m is to be made available for councils to repair roads damaged by the bad weather and it is hoped that Harlow may benefit from some of that cash. Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has said the government is to provide an extra £36.5m…

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A NUMBER of people appeared in court last week charged with drug-dealing following a police crackdown in Harlow to enhance the quality of life for people living and working in the town. Operation Hornet was Essex Police’s response to community concerns and intelligence following reported…

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HARLOW has the highest business growth in the UK – and the businesswomen of the town and its surrounding districts play an important role in this statistic. There’s an abundance of talent, entrepreneurship and skill among our women – as seen in the many microbusinesses…

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STEWARDS Academy was the venue for the biggest and most spectacular show yet produced by the dance company ‘Dance Fusion.’ Entitled ‘Let Love Lead The Way’, the show was created under the artistic direction of ex-Stewards pupil Kerri Ann Trowsdale, who is the Director of…

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THESE are busy times for Harlow renaissance man, Stief A Billy. Stief is mainly known for his music but these days he spends more of his time treading the boards. YH popped over to the Horn and Horseshoes in Foster Street to chat to Stieff…

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By Jo O’Reilly LAST Saturday The Herts and Essex community Farm project took its first tentative steps toward becoming a fully-fledged community farm. Organiser Elliott and a handful of volunteers, of all ages, spent five hours clearing the Foldcroft site of brambles and other debris.…

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STEWARDS Academy brought the Winter Olympics a little closer to home recently when 49 pupils and 7 members of staff headed off for the snowy slopes of Folgaria in Italy for a week’s skiing trip. This was the first time such a trip had gone…

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COMMISSIONED by Perth Theatre Company, It’s Dark Outside is created and performed by Arielle Gray, Chris Isaacs and Tim Watts, the creators of the internationally renowned, multi-award winning production, The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer. Joining Watts, Gray and Isaacs, is 2012 Martin…

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ONCE again we dip into the popular blog of Steve Hannam which chronicles his life with his son who is on the autism spectrum. So… This week I wrote a book. Well…that’s not strictly true. This week I published a short story, I actually wrote…

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A STOW businessman has appealed to Harlow Council for help as he claims that scaffolding, erected after the gales, is killing his business in The Stow. David Barnes runs DBS Computers in The Stow, just next to the library. But over the last few weeks…