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OVER £251 billion worth of property was sold across Great Britain during the last twelve months, according to newly released data from Revolution Brokers. Of this, an incredible 71% was fuelled by the mortgage sector. But how long will these levels of transactions last if…

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ST NICHOLAS’ school in Old Harlow won the Futsal competiton for primary schools across Harlow. Sixteen teams took part in the events at Mark Hall Academy Sports Centre. The teams were separated into a morning and afternoon session; with eight teams organised into two groups.…

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HARLOW Council is proposing to strengthen its existing partnership work with blue light services, criminal justice partners, businesses, charities, and community and faith groups as it toughens its approach to tackling antisocial behaviour (ASB) and crime in the town. Last night (22 September), the council’s…

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THE LEADER of the Harlow Labour Group has responded to the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s mini-budget. Councillor Chris Vince said: “It is good to see that the Conservative Party have finally recognised that Labour were right and that action on energy bills was necessary. However,…

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IT would appear that many of the women we have interviewed as part of Harlow is 75 are impressive ambassadors for the town. They appear to be carved from the John F Kennedy quotation: “Ask not what your country can do for you but what…

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A HARLOW Scout leader who camped out in London for three nights before the Queen’s funeral said everyone there was “happy and proud” to be able to pay their respects. Zoe Maidment, 25 watched the procession with her mother at Parliament Square, close to the…

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ONE of our readers was keen for you to be aware of a petition that is calling for “legal entitlement to contact with siblings and half-siblings” The petition has already had over 3,000 signatures: It states: “Individuals should be entitled to contact with their siblings…

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THE Chair of Harlow Council, Councillor Andrew Johnson, introduces the National Moment of Reflection where we remember the life of Her late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. https://twitter.com/HarlowCouncil/status/1571574275064188929?s=20&t=3Afkp93OUfcjf_nfPfZO2w

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THERE has not been any stereotyping in our series of interviews however, here we are interviewing the Scottish owner of The Crown pub in his special Celtic room! George was brought up in a town called Armadale, which lies between Edinburgh and Glasgow. We particularly…

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ESSEX Police have applied to extend a closure order for a premises in Tanys Dell. The application for an extension was made at Chelmsford magistrates court last week. The application has been supported by Harlow Council. It states: “Application to extend a closure order for…

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WATER Lane Primary School Weekly Newsletter. Another busy week at the Sumners based school. It begins with a tribute to Her Majesty The Queen.

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RECENTLY, we have been hearing of the tremendous work being undertaken by Great Open Door in Harlow schools. Great Open Door is a group of people drawn from local churches who want to serve the schools in Harlow and the surrounding area by providing Christian…

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This Week by Your Harlow’s Roving Reporter, Tim the Turtle. Back to School AFTER all the chaos of the holidays with festivals here there and everywhereit is time for a little bit of order to be restored with the return to school. No doubt that…

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WITH his wonderful mellifluous, articulate tones, we interviewed Lukman Kazeem. Lukman spent his early days in Nigeria before he came to Harlow, where he was educated at Stewards Academy, before he went on to Stewards Academy and then to Southampton University. This, in many ways,…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon is set to present a petition to Harlow Council which calls for a “Disability Charter”. The petition states: Petition from Rt. Hon. Robert Halfon MP “Disability Charter Proposal i) Install new signs, repaint the lines and install ANPR cameras in all…