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A SENIOR Harlow councillor has answered questions regarding what plans Harlow Council has regarding supporting a music venue. Councillor Tony Durcan, Harlow Council’s portfolio holder for growth and prosperity, said: “There are no current commercial ventures for a new music venue in Harlow that we…

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From Parndon Mill THIS exhibition, FACING FORWARD is the first to be presented in our Online Gallery. It was originally mounted in The Gallery at Parndon Mill last February but after less than two very successful weeks it had to close for lockdown. It is…

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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…

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GIBBERD Garden will be open for Mothering Sunday.. Full details on poster.

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THE Gibberd Garden will re-open this year for the first time on Sunday 7th March at 2.00pm. At the moment their special openings will be by ticket for cars. This is restricted to the first 25 cars. Other arriving on foot or by cycle will…

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KIM Kaye, director of Nosey Barker dog training school and her team have been short-listed for an Animal Star Award for Best Trainer/Behaviourist of the Year. Nosey Barker serves Harlow and the surrounding areas and, after giving away their brand-new online course, Wonder Walks, to…

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A HARLOW singer has just released a new single. Carl Owen’s version Of Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow is a gorgeous interpretation of a song written for The Shirelles but made famous by Carole King in her album Tapestry. His debut single is out…

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WELCOME to our new and improved website. After seven years and seven months, we thought it was long overdue a re-vamp. Actually, bits were falling off! Firstly, thanks to Matt of https://pocket-calculator.co.uk. A Harlow web designer who has done a magnificent job. It was Matt’s…

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QUICK coronavirus testing could enable nightclubs and theatres to reopen, Boris Johnson has suggested. The PM said “rapid” lateral flow tests could be used by “those parts of the economy we couldn’t get open last year”. “That, in combination with vaccination, will probably be the…

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HOUSEHOLDS in Harlow will soon receive details on how they can take part in Census 2021, a once-in-a-decade survey that gives the most accurate estimate of all the people and households in England. The census, run by the Office for National Statistics and Wales, has…

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THE MENOPAUSE, for Harlow resident Hayley Cockman began at the age of fourteen. Twenty six years later, Hayley is now doing a lot of work to raise awareness regarding early onset of menopause. Hayley said: “In October 2020 I decided I was ready to talk…

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WE would like to post you in the direction of this Guardian article by Oliver Wainwright. It is titled: “Bulldoze the high street and build a giant park: is Stockton the future of Britain?” As embattled council leaders across the country face the quandary of…

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Life Is a Game Run by The Power of The Will By Nishall Garala REAL-life is the game that – literally – everyone is playing, and this game isn’t the easiest of games for anyone; it requires a lot of will power to progress. You…

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COMMITTED supporter walks 874 miles (that’s 33.35 marathons!) for charity and finishes in 10th place out of 11,500 participants! Martyn Mead from Hornchurch  in Essex has just completed a mammoth virtual walking challenge from Lands’ End to John O Groats and he did it in just 42 days.…

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ESSEX Record Office is delighted to have appointed an archivist to catalogue 491 boxes of the Harlow Development Corporation, thanks to a grant from Archives Revealed, funded by The National Archives, The Pilgrim Trust and The Wolfson Foundation. Hector Mir began working on the boxes…

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HEART 4 Harlow (H4H) did wonderful work under the guidance of Rev Robert Findlay. Now Robert has retired, the organisation continues to connect with the wider community of Harlow. This new video, introduced by Rev Martin Harris of St Paul’s Church explains how will set…