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FOR one night only, the cream of Harlow’s performing talent, come together to battle it out for comedy supremacy! There will be no script or idea how the night will pan out because it is up to you, the audience, what we will perform! If…

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DANNY Dyer is making a rare book signing appearance at WHSmith Lakeside on Saturday 21st June from 1pm. The star of TV and film will be at the store signing copies of his latest book, The Films of Danny Dyer by Jonathan Sothcott and James…

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Tuesday 27th May 2014 – Saturday 21th June 2014 AN exhibition of collections, collectors and curious artworks. Interesting objects and items loaned from local private collectors and the Harlow Museum archive will be on display for the 2nd exhibition showcasing the obsessive passions of collectors…

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WE implore you to look in on this promo video for the upcoming production of As You Like It by Harlow Theatre Company. Full details of the performances in July can be found here

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THE Rotary Club of Harlow Tye has donated £100 to the Bricklayers Arms Troop, the 15-strong group of pubgoers who are to retrace the historic 75-mile route of Operation Market Garden 70 years ago. Group leader Gary Middlehurst received the cheque from club president Mike…

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Blogpost by Nishall Garala OVER the last few days a music festival and a dance show has led me to write about my next blog…. Talent and young people! Many young people say they have no talent, I must disagree, I think every single person…

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HARLOW Running Club competed in the second round of the Herts/Essex Mid Week Road Race League Div 2 last week, over a very undulating 10K course at Stevenage. Once again the ladies team outperformed the men, finishing in a fantastic 1st place out of 9…

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THE first three communities to benefit from the Superfast Essex broadband programme have been revealed as the first three ‘live’ fibre broadband cabinets in the county were unveiled this week. Events were held in the Colchester, Braintree and Harlow districts over two days to mark…

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By Michael Casey I don’t usually break out into the first person but I have decided to make an exception for this piece. My grand-daughter is in the reception class at Cooks Spinney Primary in Harlow. My daughter Grace asked if I would go along…

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FOOD Safety Week 2014 runs from 16-22 June 2014 and this year’s objective is to raise awareness of campylobacter, which is the most common cause of food poisoning in the UK. is a bacterium which can be found on the skin of poultry; one of…

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THE number 1 tribute (and only Blondie tribute to ever play CBGB’s) return to The Square! On Friday 27th June Debbie Does Harlow! Advance tickets on sale from www.thesquareharlow.com Always a great night, don’t miss out! Doors 8pm Punk / New Wave / Glam /…

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ANDREW Osagie has been selected in the 129-strong Team England athletics squad for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games which begin on July 23. The Harlow Athletic Club member set a season’s best European and Commonwealth Games qualifying time of 1:45.37 at the prestigious Prefontaine Classic Diamond…

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THE flavour of the Roarin’ 20s and the Gatsby era will be on offer at St John’s Arts Centre (St John’s Walk, Market St, Old Harlow, CM17 0AJ) on Thursday, (26th June @ 8pm) when John Petters presents his Dixielanders. Featuring the young cornet star,…

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Harlow Running Club staged the last of three Ladies 5K Series of midweek races run on a hilly course through the town park. The winner of this race was Harlow’s own Julia Gardiner in an excellent 21min 14sec. She was followed home by Janet Smith…

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Review: Carries War By Jo O’Reilly IT’S often said that the British look back at the Blitz spirit of the 40s, the rose tinted glasses, the same can be said of favour The Apollo Theatre Company’s Carries War should work on stage, and it does…

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A PE teacher has won a silver medal playing netball for England at the World Championships in South Africa. Kristina O’Hara, head of PE at Burnt Mill Academy, in First Avenue, Harlow, is partway through the championships, where she is part of the INA England…