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By Lauren Stilton PETER PAN was the type of show that every child and every adult could wish for. Enchanting, engaging and hugely entertaining. It left the packed audience on a Saturday afternoon wanting more but going away knowing they had seen something special. And…

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The Square: Buzzing for the return of The Buzzcocks. By Joe Lonergan AN invigorating return planned for The Buzzcocks after a 16-year absence from The Square. Pete Shelley and Steve Diggle’s men are set to play at The Square venue on Saturday evening with a…

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Punk Rock by Simon Stephens produced by Harlow Theatre Company September 2015. THE problem with any play is that you have to have a good script as a starting point and in order to make that script believable it has to be well performed and…

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By Abby Weaving OVER 40 dog walkers will take to Harlow Common this Sunday to raise money for an animal rescue charity. The three-kilometre walk will boost funds for Mutts in Distress; a Bishop’s Stortford based charity which takes in dogs from nearby pounds. The…

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Punk Rock: review By Harry Tennison Simon Stephens’ play opened this evening at Victoria Hall, opening the new season of theatre from Harlow Theatre Company. Jane Miles returns to direct Punk Rock, detailing the tumultuous time for eight sixth form students in a grammar school…

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THE HUGELY entertaining Robin Parsons will be performing as Michael Jackson at the Garden of India in Bush Fair on Friday. Robin will be performing from 9pm onwards. Robin has played the popular restaurant in the past and the nights are very very popular. Detail…

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IF you’re looking to get more exercise but don’t want to sign up to a gym, why not sign up to join one of the Council’s fortnightly health walks? Health walks are held at 10am every other Friday, and are a great way to get…

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THIS year The Gallery at Parndon Mill is proud to present its 10th Glasshaus exhibition which will be a special one. Over the years some of the most distinguished glass artists in the country have exhibited in our glass exhibitions and this year many will…

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FORMER skipper, 2008 League Cup winner and now Club Ambassador Ledley King will join all-time great and double-winner Cliff Jones at the store – located at 33B in the Harvey Centre (CM20 1XW) – on Saturday to meet fans between 11am and 2pm. Spurs popular…

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HARLOW Running Club had a successful day at the Essex Half Marathon Championships held at Pleshey near Chelmsford, picking up an Essex silver medal, a new HRC record and three personal best times for the distance (PB). Dionne Jones finished in 136th place out of…

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TEN young athletes from Harlow AC made the long trip to Newcastle to compete in the junior road races as part of the Great City Games at the Great North Run on Saturday 12th September 2015. The junior road races are held on the quayside…

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FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round Harlow Town 5 v 1 Bedford Town Report courtesy of Harlow Town FC TWO goals apiece for Alex Read and Junior Dadson punished the visitors, although it wasn’t until the second half when the goals really began to flow. Junior…

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BASKETBALL returns to the Harlow Leisure Zone this weekend. The Essex Leopards take on Brunei in the league. Tip off is at 7.15pm. More details at www.leopardsbasketball.co.uk

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10 Ways To Make The Most Of Every Day Each day we wake up and have before us a new opportunity, a blank slate that we can fill with whatever we choose. We are in total control of what we will accomplish each day. Here…

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This season Rhodes has all the best in tributes! This October relight your fire for one of the most successful boy bands of all time. Playing at the Rhodes Arts Complex in Bishop’s Stortford The Take That Experience show “Relight The Fire” gives you the…

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By Jack Eveleigh Arts Company where young people and sixth form students work together with adults with learning disabilities, and some elders from the community.” “We work towards delivering inclusive Performing Arts practice, and we also do various workshop performances.” Traditionally, the company works together…