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A HARLOW woman has been charged with maliciously wounding another. Lauren Kenny, aged 35, of Copshall Clise, Harlow has been charged with the following. On April 30th, 2021, in Harlow unlawfully and maliciously wounded a woman with intent to do her grievous bodily harm Contrary…

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HARLOW’S MP, Robert Halfon, has campaigned to cut energy bills to further support Harlow residents. With the news about potential rises to energy bills due to a shortage of energy supply, Mr Halfon, raised his concerns directly in the House of Commons with the Business…

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A HEALTHCARE professional at The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) has been invited to present his research into how to identify patients who may be at imminent risk of suffering a cardiac arrest at a national conference. Matthew Ibrahim, lead resuscitation practitioner at PAHT,…

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THE first concerts as part of the autumn season at St John’s being this week. Friday, 24th September  1.30pm to 2.30pm Lunchtime Concert (currently without refreshments) La Notte A selected quartet from this Baroque Ensemble: Kate Allsop – Recorders Mark Wilson – Bassoon Mary Walton – Baroque ‘Cello Callum Anderson…

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Dr Mike Gogarty PUBLIC health in Essex is falling at a “horrendous decline” with high rates of obesity, suicide and alcohol misuse, a doctor has said reports the Local Democracy Reporter. Dr Mike Gogarty has set out that physical activity, weight management, alcohol and loneliness…

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BLACK History Month is set to return in October. Full details of the packed programme are below.

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Jimmy Greaves at the Harlow Sportscentre in 1971. WE were all very saddened to hear of the death of football legend Jimmy Greaves. Some will remember him playing a number of celebrity football matches at the Harlow Sportscentre in the early seventies. Others may remember…

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WHILE many will have seen the announcement that Harlow Council is opposing growth to the south and west of Harlow, what you may not be aware of is what we are in danger of losing – the fight for allocation of council housing which will…

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SINCE March 2020, YourHarlow (YH) has published over 1300 stories on Covid-19. From the very beginning, our editorial line has been that we report the facts. Our editor appeared on BBC Look East in March 2020 when William Martin school on Tawneys Road had shut…

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ST MARK’S West Essex Catholic School are set to host an Open Evening for prospective pupils on Thursday September 23rd. 7pm – 9pm (Headteacher speech 7.15pm and 8.15pm) Daytime Tours of the school available: Thursday 23rd September 9.30am – 12.30pm (Booking not required) Other dates/times…

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THE LEADER OF Harlow Council has agreed to look into the possibility of a lasting memorial to Harlow’s 9/11 victim Simon Maddison Councillor Andrew Johnson was responding to a question from Labour councillor Tony Durcan. You can follow the filmed news item from the 11th…

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THIS was the first time this reviewer had been back at the Theatre 2 in the Harlow Playhouse since February 2020. We are very loyal fans of Theatre 2. It is an opportunity for audiences to see acts that had played at the Edinburgh Fringe…

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THOUSANDS of people who bought leasehold homes from the housing developer Countryside Properties will be freed from costly contract terms, following an investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority reports The Guardian. The CMA, which has been looking into the practice by Countryside and other property…

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IT was a quiet week for Harlow with a total of 798 vaccines issued in the past seven days. That brings a total of 114,899 compared to 114,101 vaccinations the previous week. Once again well done to all those involved in the whole operation. The…

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THE HARLOW Wombles are wombling down to Nicholls Field on Saturday morning. There are two big fields and copses to clean up so all help would be much appreciated. They do a great job and recently won the latest round of Harlow Soup. Hopefully, see…

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THE first Covid booster vaccines have been given to NHS staff in England and Wales as part of plans to extend protection for millions this winter. Jabs will be offered to the over 50s, health and care workers and younger adults with certain health conditions.…