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THE South East’s top site managers gathered to celebrate their achievements at NHBC’s Pride in the Job 2022 Awards which were held at the Hilton Brighton Metropole on Friday. Organised by NHBC, the UK’s leading new homes warranty and insurance provider, Pride in the Job…

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WAFFLE and More offer Mid-Week Party Packages. Full details below. For more details, go to: https://www.facebook.com/Waffleandmoreofficial

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HARLOW Council is set to confirm next week the appointment of Andrew Bramidge as its new permanent Chief Executive. The recommendation will be made to the special Full Council meeting being held on Tuesday 22 November. The council started recruitment for a permanent Chief Executive…

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LOCAL independent family funeral directors, Daniel Robinson & Son will be holding the ‘official opening’ at their funeral home in Station Road, Old Harlow on Saturday 19th November. The funeral home was formerly run by the late Jerome Masterson and his family. Jerome was a…

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REACTING to the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, Denise Rossiter, CEO of Essex Chambers of Commerce said: “The Chancellor has stayed true to his word in focusing on restoring stability to the economy, protecting our public services and building long-term prosperity for the United Kingdom. But in…

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WITH the chancellor of the exchequer, Jeremy Hunt issuing his November statement, YH is inviting Harlow businesses’ to respond. Firstly, Emma Robson of Stort Valley Spirits AS a small, Harlow based company, it is disappointing that today’s budget announcement doesn’t specifically offer support to small…

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HELP with energy costs has been extended for all households, but at a less generous level, meaning millions will still face higher bills reports the BBC. The bill for a typical household will rise to £3,000 in April, from £2,500 now, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced.…

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WORK continues on a major £260,000 revamp of The Red Lion. The pub closed at the end of service on Sunday 30th October and is set to reopen on 19th November just in time for the much-anticipated World Cup. The investment and introduction of food…

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ENTERPRISE Rent-A-Car will recruit 1,454 graduates across its regional network of more than 450 UK rental branches over the next 12 months. It is also recruiting 450 undergraduates for 12-month industrial placements in retail, HR, revenue management, legal and marketing teams. The campaign has been…

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START: Thurrock is seeking a part time Marketing and Communications Manager to develop and deliver a compelling communications strategy that conveys our vision for a community-led cultural programme and fosters wide-spread public engagement in culture.    This role is about growing local audiences for culture and…

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WHEN four Harlow power workers decided to raise money with a charity walk they aimed high – as high as the top of a mountain!! The UK Power Networks colleagues enjoyed taking part in a 22-mile walk two years ago, but they felt they needed…

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VARNEY Green Physiotherapy has launched their annual Christmas appeal for the children of Harlow. Full details are on the poster below.

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SMALL business Saturday is coming up. With that in mind, we have interviewed a number of businesses across the town in order to find out a little bit more about their business. First up is Emma Robson of Stort Valley Spirits. We have seen Emma…

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RETAIL trade union Usdaw is today (14 November) hosting a summit of retail employers and their representative bodies, looking at the continuing problem of violence, threats and abuse against shopworkers, along with wider issues related to retail crime. The summit, in London, takes place at…

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HOUSE builder Weston Homes has unveiled plans to invest up to £500m in strategic land acquisitions over the coming five years reports Construction Enquirer. The firm aims to buy new homes sites across outer London and the South East in order to further expand the…

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EVERYONE will have to pay more tax under plans due to be announced on Thursday, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt says reports the BBC. Offering a message few ministers would risk saying out loud, Mr Hunt told the BBC: “I’ve been explicit that taxes are going to…