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Dear Resident,  2021 was a tough year for our community, but thanks to the remarkable vaccine roll out and booster campaign, we have every hope that 2022 will be a much brighter one. I want to begin by sincerely thanking all of the public sector…

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1300 hrs Cleared-Harlow – Howard Way partially blocked by an accident between A1025 Second Avenue and Momples Road. A MAJOR road in Harlow has been shut off after a road traffic incident. Howard Way has been closed from its junction with Second Avenue to Long…

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CORONAVIRUS was the reason behind an increasingly large number of NHS staff absences at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) in Harlow on Boxing Day NHS England data shows 323 members of staff at PAH off sick on December 26th (the latest date for which data…

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SECONDARY schools pupils in England will be tested for Covid at least once before rejoining classes for the new term, the government has said reports the BBC. Ministers have assured schools that testing kits will be provided as needed and urged pupils to test twice…

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THE local NHS is urging everyone who hasn’t had their booster – or hasn’t started their COVID vaccinations yet – to make getting the jab their New Year’s resolution. https://www.myhealthessex.co.uk You can even get your jab this bank holiday weekend. Get yourself the best belated…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon rose on the floor of the House of Commons to ask a question on food hunger. He spoke as Conservative MP, Jo Gideon was delivering a speech on the national food strategy and public health. The whole speech can be found…

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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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UNFORTUNATELY, due to a number of ongoing COVID-19 cases in the Harlow Town squad and after consultation with league officials, they are left with no option but to postpone the New Years Day game against FC Romania. A spokesperson said: “We apologise to all the…

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LOCAL chemists are stepping up their pleas to carry out more coronavirus jabs and ease pressure on the NHS.  Pharmacy leaders believe they can expand the role they have played in the vaccination rollout – diverting patients from stretched GP surgeries reports the Mirror. National Pharmacy Association chairman…

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HARLOW Playhouse pantomime: The show must go on! Full details below or click. http://harlowplayhouse.co.uk

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RESIDENTS still have time to have their say on Essex County Council’s (ECC) draft ‘Everyone’s Library Service 2022-2026 draft plan’. The draft plan and survey can be found at www.essex.gov.uk/everyoneslibrary and feedback can be submitted until 1pm on Friday 21st January 2022.  Helping children and adults improve their literacy, encouraging people…

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HARLOW Council’s environment boss, Councillor Nicky Purse, is carrying out a town-wide landscape audit by inspecting works being carried out by HTS under its winter programme. The audit is part of the council’s priority to restore pride in Harlow’s estates and neighbourhoods. The ward-by-ward visits…

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A MAN has been found not guilty of rape. Nicholas Bell, 24, of Little Brays, Harlow, was accused of assaulting a woman at Princess Alexandra Hospital on 5 April 2020. He had been charged with rape but, following a trial at Chelmsford Crown Court was…

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HERE is a list of Christmas services at a number of churches across Harlow. If we have left your church out then drop us a line at [email protected] St Paul’s Harlow Town Centre and St Mary’s Little Parndon For full details, go to https://stpaulsandstmarysharlow.co.uk ===============================================…

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PATIENTS asked to show compassion as NHS staff under pressure to deliver Booster programme Cllr John Spence calls for Essex residents to ‘be kind and understanding’ to NHS staff and volunteers who are under extreme pressure. Essex residents are being asked to show compassion to…

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BRITS will have to start paying €7 per person and pre-register their details in order to enter the European Union from next year.  Reports had surfaced in various European media in recent weeks that access to all Schengen EU countries would come at a cost…