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Bishop’s Stortford Musical Theatre Company bring this classic operetta to the Rhodes stage showcasing their diverse performing abilities, after Jesus Christ Superstar in 2014 which was nominated for “Best Musical” in the NODA East district 7 awards. Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular show, The Pirates…

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Ryman Div One North Cheshunt 2 v 0 Harlow A woeful first half from the Hawks saw them slump to a 2-0 defeat away to local rivals Cheshunt, despite a much improved and resurgent second period. Uncharacteristically sluggish in the opening 45 minutes, Harlow were…

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HARLOW Running Club had a good turnout at the Stebbing 10 Mile race, near Dunmow, which also doubled as the Essex County 10 Mile Championships. From the 30 runners there were two Championship medalists and nine personal best times for the distance (PB). John Tennant…

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By Julia Salisbury THERE is a famous saying in show business: never work with children and animals. However, last Wednesday night’s performance at the Harlow Playhouse proved at least one element of this statement wrong. The travelling Shakespeare Schools Festival came together with three schools…

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FINALISTS have been announced for the Active Essex Sports Awards 2015. These awards celebrate the talent, commitment and determination in sport and physical activity across the county. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony in Colchester on Tuesday 2 December 2014 and broad…

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A RUNNING craze which has taken Harlow by storm and helped over 1,000 people stay fit celebrates its first birthday on Saturday 14 November 2015. Harlow parkrun – a free, timed 5km run which takes place in Harlow Town Park every Saturday morning – has…

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Ryman Div One North Harlow Town 1 v 1 Cray Wanderers HARLOW Town held the league leaders, Cray wanderers to a draw at the Harlow Arena on Saturday. This game was always going to be a test of where the Hawks were this season and…

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TWO of Harlow Penguins’ young swimmers, 11-year-olds Carys Brealey and Alessandro Rioda, have been selected to attend an Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) East Region Talent Camp. These events form part of the overall approach to the development of the swimmer pathway in England. Last weekend…

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HOWARD & CLACK with THE TENDER TRAP and MARK WALSHE A rare treat of a night as The Square plays host to a one night only return of THE TENDER TRAP after a 22 year absence. Paul Howard & Jo Clack have graced our stage…

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Hockley on the 31st October 2015. In the U13 girls 3k race; Charlotte Pratt was 6th in 13.04, Savanna Sirkett was 7th in 13.05, Ellen Savidge was 21st in 14.52, Grace Malcolm was 25th in 15.00, Mackenzie Cranfield was 27th in 15.05 and Mari Malcolm…

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Looking for some family fun this November? Take a look at what Rhodes has to offer…. This November, The Bishop’s Stortford Theatre at Rhodes has plenty of shows for the whole family to enjoy. Starting the month on the 1st November is Ballet Theatre UK…

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FA Trophy 1st Qualifying Round Replay Harlow Town 6 v 2 Mertsham A HAT-trick from Alex Read capped a dominant performance from the Hawks to emphatically see off the Ryman Premier Division opposition. An incredible first half saw Harlow race into a 5-0 lead, before…

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THE Searchers remarkable career continues. With such classic hits as, Sweets For My Sweet; Needles and Pins; Don’t Throw Your Love Away; Sugar and Spice and When You Walk In The Room, they have contributed enormously in establishing the UK as the world’s leading nation…

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STUDENTS from Burnt Mill Academy, in First Avenue, not only achieve highly at school sport, but some are scooping county, regional and national titles. Year 7 student Emma Nunn, 11, has been a judo fighter for six years and has recently been crowned British national…

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HARLOW Running Club member Will Wall had a thoroughly dirty weekend, competing in no less than three cross country races, all with lots of mud and stream crossings, some waist deep. On Saturday morning Wall competed in the Grim Duathlon near Farnborough in Hampshire, consisting…

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STUDENTS at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School shared their cultural heritage with their peers through a series of assemblies to celebrate Black History Month, during which drumming, dance, song and traditional dress were presented by pupils. Year 10 performers Ruvimbo Mukachana and Zonelle Mupfayi…