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REPRESENTATIVES of the Harlow and Gilston Garden Town team held a Facebook Live Q and A on Thursday night but refused to answer any questions on the proposed four lane highway across the River Stort. The 45 minute session was only watched by eleven people.…

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HARLOW Cricket Club in partnership with Changing Lives FC are giving children not presently involved with the sport a chance to play cricket. The sessions started on Thursday but there is plenty of time to get involved. YH’s Dami Adewale spoke to Changing Lives’ FC…

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GUESTS at a quarantine hotel, which a council has requested to be closed, have criticised conditions there reports the BBC. Reading Borough Council has called for the “urgent” closure of Penta Hotel in Oxford Road after it said it had been linked to a “significant”…

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FOUR drivers arrested and eight vehicles seized by Essex Roads Policing Unit whilst using the M11 in just one day. “We’re not just here to catch speeding motorists and drivers without insurance, we’re much more than that. We’re here to arrest those who believe they…

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AT Tuesday planning committee the controversial Purford Green development – which will affect Stile Croft, Little Brays and Purford Green was debated and voted on. The new Conservative Councillor for Bush Fair, Dan Swords, spoke on behalf of residents to oppose the development which he…

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THE LEADER of Harlow Alliance Party has urged residents to raise their concerns about the Harlow and Gilston Town Project. Nicholas Taylor said: “Many readers will know that Green Belt land to the North of Harlow has long been proposed as a site for a…

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PLANS for a controversial church to move into the Harlow Leisurezone have been thrown out by the Harlow Council planning committee. The Christian Revival Church (CRC) had hoped to move into the area left vacant by Science Alive. The council officers had recommended the bid…

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HARLOW Running Club members were in action at Knebworth Park, near Stevenage, on Sunday. In the  Hertfordshire Half Marathon Terri Wiley (no 3811 in library pic), in her debut at the distance, finished in 245th place out of 1103 finishers in a superb 1hr 45min…

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MORE than 30,000 young people with disabilities and special educational needs will be able to take part in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, thanks to a grant of £300,000 from the Freemasons. The Freemasons have become a strategic partner of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award…

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ESSEX Police have refused to reveal how many officers have been sent to cover the G7 event in Cornwall. On Sunday, Assistant Chief Constable Andy Prophet tweeted out a photo of Essex Police staff about to travel from Essex Police Headquarters in Chelmsford to Cornwall.…

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A HARLOW football club is set to host a charity fun day in memory of two much missed friends. The tournament and fun day will take place at Passmores Academy on Saturday July 3rd. Full details below.

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A CHURCH Langley man has been jailed after twice breaking the conditions of his discharge. Leon Oxenham, aged 31, of Malkin Drive, Church Langley, Harlow had pleaded guilty to the following at Chelmsford magistrates court on May 28th to the following. On May 26th, 2021…

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ST Clare Hospice’s team of bereavement volunteers have been recognised for their vital contribution during the COVID-19 pandemic by being awarded the ‘Volunteer Team of the Year’ award at the annual Epping Forest District Council Civic Awards 2021.  The Volunteer Team of the Year award…

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A PROMISING 800 metre runner from Harlow has produced another impressive performance on the track. Danny Raymond took part in the British Milers classic meet at Milton Keynes on Saturday. The Stewards Academy student competed in the A race over 800 metres which comprised of…

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SUNDAY JUNE 6TH Marks the 77th anniversary of the D Day landings. The Normandy landings were the landing operations and associated airborne operations on Tuesday, 6 June 1944 of the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during World War II. Codenamed Operation Neptune and often referred to as D-Day, it was…