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IN response to the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget Statement earlier today, ExcludedUK is extremely concerned that, having been left without meaningful support since the start of the global pandemic, many of those entirely or largely shut out of the Covid financial support schemes will continue to…

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A FIRST look at the 1921 census has been revealed – featuring details about the Spanish Flu pandemic and First World War. Findmypast and the National Archives have been working to conserve, transcribe and scan the 1921 census – consisting of more than 30,000 volumes…

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Park Run THERE was a very close finish at the end of the Harlow parkrun on Saturday. ParkrunandBeyond’s Lee Wood beat off Harlow Running Club’s Paskell Blackwell by just a second, both producing their best times on the course with 17.19 and 17.20 respectively. There…

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THE MP for Stortford and Hertford, Julie Marson, rose on the floor of the House of Commons, to make the case for residents affected by the Harlow and Gilston Garden Town project. Julie Marson said: “The Harlow and Gilston Garden Town development is the largest…

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Photo courtesy of Victoria Broad Photography AFTER two losses at the start of the season, Harlow Ladies came back with a positive mindset, and fighting spirit, coming away with a win against Tabard Ladies on Sunday 24th October. Having worked hard on a mix of…

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A HARLOW man has pleaded guilty to failing to stop after the car he was driving came off the road coming to land near the front of a house. Mark Kingett, aged 40, of Pear Tree Mead, Harlow pled guilty to the following at Chelmsford…

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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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MPs have received a backlash after voting against amending a bill to stop water companies dumping raw sewage into Britain’s rivers and seas.   Just 22 Conservatives, including a number in Essex, rebelled against the Government last week by voting for an amendment to the Environment…

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NEW rules allowing travellers returning to England to take lateral flow tests instead of more expensive PCR tests have come into force.  Fully-vaccinated people arriving from a non-red list country can now use a lateral flow test on, or before, day two of their return…

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Southern League Central Division Harlow Town 0 v 0 North Leigh AT the end of the season, this might be the type of result that Harlow Town might regret. In many ways it was similar to the game against fellow play off contenders, St Neots,…

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A CHEF from a well-established Indian restaurant in Harlow has won a top award. Chef Koysor Ullah from Moonlight Tandoori in Staple Tye entered a prestigious cook-off competition at Hammersmith College organised by the world renowned Bangladesh Caterers Association. Mr Ullah made the final and…

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PARENTS will be able to book COVID-19 vaccinations at local vaccination centres for their 12-15 year-old children from Saturday 23 October.  The national online and 119 telephone booking service will provide an additional vaccination option for parents, alongside the school-based programme which has already vaccinated…

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Dear Editor, THE announcement this week of our government’s Net Zero Strategy, detailing its commitment to reach net zero emissions by 2050, contains a hasty and ambitious investment in heat pumps with a target of 600,000 heat pump installation s each year by 2028 in…

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THE HARLOW Ladies football team need your support. This is a very challenging season for them. They are now playing in a very competitive league which is a real challenge for them. Last Sunday, they showed real heart (and real talent) by coming back from…

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ON THURSDAY, we asked the question: “Has Harlow Council made it impossible for tenants to move?”. It was by far our most read story, with over 15,000 page views that day. It may highlight an issue which is very important to our readers. Despite the…

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BUSINESSES in Essex are invited to a free event aimed at helping High Streets and Town Centres build back better following the Covid-19 pandemic. The Essex County Council High Street Business Summit will take place at Hylands House, Chelmsford on 24 November from 10am-4pm. The…