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CONSTRUCTION works have started on creating a new accessible pathway linking Todd Brook to Netteswell Pond. A new 800m path which will be accessible to all will replace a current muddy and uneven route. The new path will run alongside Todd Brook behind Stony Wood…

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LATTON PARK, the home of Harlow Rugby Club is set to re-open. On the pitch, rugby training will be set to re-start. The chair of Harlow Rugby Club, Paul Tucker has detailed the road to recovery at Latton Park. https://harlowrugby.club/return-to-community-rugby-and-training-w-c-monday-29-march-2021/ Off the pitch, it looks…

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STAFF at Sanctuary Supported Living’s Livingstone House, a residential care home for adults with learning disabilities in Harlow, are celebrating after receiving a glowing report from the Care Quality Commission (CQC), which praised their approach to keeping residents safe during the pandemic. The report follows…

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A HARLOW woman is undertaking a charity skydive to thank Royal London Hospital after her partner was left in a coma following a vicious assault. The attack on Josh Salmon happened on Thursday January 26th in the Quarry Spring area of Harlow. Full details below.…

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HERE is an update of the hard work that the officers of Harlow have been doing over the weekend. 11 Arrests made in Harlow 132 Incidents attended. 20 Covid Breaches. 9 Domestic Violence incidents. 2 Missing persons 2 Mental Health related 0 RTC’s 0 Hate…

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IN 2021, Barbican Box returns in partnership with Harlow Playhouse, with this year’s Box curated by award-winning interactive theatre company, Coney. A spokesperson said: “We’re looking for inspiring Artist Mentors to support this pioneering Creative Learning programme. Artists should be based in Harlow or the surrounding…

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NAISHA Polaine has been named as the new Director for Harlow & Gilston Garden Town.She joins from the Department of International Trade, where she served as a senior advisor, and replaces Claire Hamilton who was appointed CEO at Dacorum Borough Council last year. Speaking about…

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A CONVOY of buses drive through Harlow on Thursday night as a tribute to a colleague who had died due to coronavirus. The fleet of Galleon buses made their way from Harlow Town Centre, through the town and up to the Hastingwood roundabout. It was…

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THE Tory Budget of tax rises and spending cuts, has once again let down the frontline of our public services, with not only no pay rise for our NHS heroes, but not a single mention of our police or fire service. Over a decade of…

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HARLOW resident and local teacher Jake Shepherd will be delivering a virtual guest talk to first year students at the University of Liverpool on Monday (8th March). As interest both nationally and internationally grows about Britain’s post-war new towns, the talk is an opportunity to…

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PATIENT safety is being enhanced across Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT) as it expands the use of ground-breaking technology on its mental health wards. Oxevision – an innovative digital platform which monitors patient safety and wellbeing complimenting the vital role of clinical staff…

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If you have a spare bedroom and some extra love to give, you can do it. The difference you can make to a young person is beyond words – Essex residents urged to consider supported lodgings as a rewarding alternative to fostering. THE pandemic may…

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HARLOW Council has celebrated individuals and organisations that have made outstanding contributions to the local community after Civic Awards were announced last Wednesday (24 February). Due to the COVID pandemic the awards were announced at a virtual special council meeting. The awards were for the…

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THREE members of staff at the Harlow branch of Manorcourt Homecare have been voted as ‘carers of the year’ in a recognition project led by branch manager Adrianna Tevfik, which encouraged those using its care-at-home services to nominate a carer who has gone ‘above and…

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HARLOW resident Rose Morris is a much respected member of our community. A military veteran , Rose has featured in our paper before from reading WW1 tributes to a valued back stage member of Moot House Players. What is Rose doing in March and April?…

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SPRING is just a day away and that is wonderfully illustrated by life at Pet’s Corner. Yes it is still in lockdown but you can see all that is going on via their Facebook page. We know everyone will be looking forward to visiting Pet’s…