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HAVE you heard about their Men’s Shed activity running every Wednesday in our new Community Space? Join John @JJTheDJuk anytime from 9.30am – 3.30pm for a chance to share skills, knowledge, build friendships and have a laugh

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DOES your 12-15 year old need a COVID-19 vaccine? If so THE NHS are holding a session at Marks Hall Academy in Harlow on Wednesday April 6 from 10am to 2.30pm. They have plenty of vaccine available and there is no need to book an…

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SCHOOL closures during lockdown have impacted the development of young children in schools and nurseries and left them struggling to ‘take turns’ and ‘interpret facial expressions’, it has emerged. reports the Daily Mail. Covid restrictions have delayed children’s’ readiness for primary school because they were not able…

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ON May 28th 2022 Tilly’s family and friends will be embarking on a familiar journey from Great Ormond Street Hospital, London to their home in Sawbridgeworth, some 30 miles, but this time with a twist. Instead of their usual drive for hospital treatments they will…

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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. From January 31st, we provided a weekly report. It is…

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Job Advert: Rainbow Day Nursery in Harlow. Full details on poster. Rainbow Day Nursery is based in the grounds of Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow.

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FREE parking for NHS hospital staff in England introduced as a result of the pandemic will end on Friday, the government says reports the BBC. Parking fees were waived in March 2020, but Health Secretary Sajid Javid said the pandemic had moved to a new…

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The Government has today (29 March) announced a £2.5 million package to support disabled people travel more confidently on our transport network as it reopens after Covid. The new funding will include £1.5m allocated to support all 13 Mobility Centres across England roll out a…

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Hospital to welcome TV presenter Emma Willis back to the frontline for hit series THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) is set to welcome TV presenter Emma Willis back to its maternity unit for the hit series Delivering Babies.  Emma will return to her…

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THE cyber security team at The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) has been shortlisted for a Cyber Associates Network (CAN) Award in the Cyber Team of the Year category. The new awards ceremony, hosted by NHS Digital, is an opportunity to recognise and shine…

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A PUBLIC inquiry has learned of the deaths of 1,500 people who were in the care of Essex mental health services over a 21-year period reports the BBC. They were either inpatients or individuals who died within three months of being discharged. Dr Geraldine Strathdee,…

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ST CLARE Hospice has been recognised for its delivery of end-of-life care to people across west Essex at a national awards ceremony in London this week. The Our Health Heroes Awards champion people at the heart of the healthcare system who work to achieve better…

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HARLOW Health Centres Trust are to having a launch event for their grants and donations for 2022. This event will be held at the main hall in the Latton Bush Centre, Harlow, CM18 7BL on Wednesday 30th March 2022 at 12pm. The event will give…

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AFTERNOON Tea conjures up images of sophistication, style and something that is quintessentially British – but to me that exactly sums up the Lister Medical Centre Vaccination Team from the Harlow South PCN which also includes the Hamilton Practice and the Ross practice ON Monday…

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RECENTLY, Active Essex caught up with Griffin Bowls Club’s international bowler, Daniel Adams. Physical activity and a bit of healthy competition is fun for all at the Griffin Bowls Club, and this without a doubt includes those living with long term health conditions or disabilities! We…

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THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) has become the first NHS hospital in Essex to sign up to a new anti-racism charter.PAHT has signed the anti-racism charter, developed by trade union representative UNISON, at a special ceremony that commits the hospital to a range…