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HARLOW Labour leader, cllr Chris Vince has questioned whether the Harlow Tories will make good on their promises? He was speaking at the cabinet meeting when the Tories detailed their corporate strategy. Councillor Chris Vince said: “On paper the corporate strategy makes good reading but…

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Southern League Central Division Harlow Town 3 v 2 Waltham Abbey HARLOW Town maintained their promotion push with three points against local rivals Waltham Abbey. Goals by Alex Reed (1 and 57) and Marcel Marku (2) kept the Hawks bid going. The result leaves them…

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HARLOW Council’s Cabinet has approved funding of £322,000 to carry out a range of improvements to council-owned flats on the Potters Field housing estate. The contract for the works, awarded at last night’s (Thursday 2 December 2021) Cabinet meeting, will involve refurbishment to eight flat…

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MARK Hall Sports Centre: Christmas Opening Hours. For more details, click below https://www.markhallsportscentre.co.uk

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COME and enjoy an afternoon of lighthearted entertainment. There will be a selection of non-Christmas music in the first half, with carols and Christmas favourites after the interval. Refreshments and raffle tickets will be on sale. Sat December 4th: 2pm to 4pm Tickets are £6 (under…

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WE are giving you updates on the Covid-19 situation in Harlow as the needs arise. We are doing this because we want to give Harlow residents an accurate picture of where we are re Covid-19. It is by no mean perfect but it gives you,…

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A HARLOW man is set to stand trial over allegations that he committed a number of sex offences against a child. Geoffrey Rance, aged 60, of Victoria Court, School Lane, Harlow has been charged with the following. Between March 25th, 1999 and March 24th, 2003…

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THIS page (see below) is set up on behalf of David Chennells. All donations will go to Headway – the brain injury association. David had a life-changing AVM (bleed to his brain) when he was 26 years old and underwent hours of surgery followed by years…

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CHRISTMAS is a time for giving and Essex Police wants to brighten Christmas for vulnerable children who may otherwise receive little or nothing. A spokesperson said: “And we are appealing to our communities to help us make this happen by donating small gifts which we…

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SLIMMING World at Harlow Rugby Club is moving. After three and a half years at the club, Donna.B has been searching for a new venue and pleased to announce that she will be in her new home from Wednesday December 8th. Donna said: “It’s not…

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DOWNING Street has announced that the Reverend Lynne Cullens will be the next Bishop of Barking, succeeding the Right Reverend Peter Hill, who retired earlier this year. Lynne is currently Rector of Stockport and Brinnington in the Diocese of Chester, where she has served since…

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TEN Police Now officers attended their Confirmation in Rank ceremony at Essex Police on Friday (26th November), recognising them as substantive Police Constables. The ceremony was held at Chelmsford City Football Club and certificates were presented by Chief Constable Ben-Julian Harrington, in front of force…

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WE are giving you updates on the Covid-19 situation in Harlow as the needs arise. We are doing this because we want to give Harlow residents an accurate picture of where we are re Covid-19. It is by no mean perfect but it gives you,…

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St Marks School – Class of 86-87 FORMER classmates of St Marks school gathered to celebrate their Covid-delayed 50th birthdays recently at the Harlow Cricket Club in Chippingfield, Old Harlow.  Organisers, Martin Keating, Cormac Conway, Meneasa Murphy, Karen Howard, Helen Curtis, Paul McNaughton and Dominic…

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AMATEUR boxing is associated with an increased risk of cognitive impairment and earlier onset of dementia, according to a study carried out by Cardiff University. The research team found that men who had boxed in their youth were twice as likely to have Alzheimer’s-like impairment…