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HARLOW’S much-loved family attraction Pets’ Corner, which celebrates its 50th anniversary next year, will reopen its gates this morning (27 October 2015) at 11am following its major refurbishment. The Council-run facility has been closed for nine months during construction work for the £2.8m Town Park…

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JOIN The Harvey Centre on Saturday 31 October for some traditional Halloween Hi-jinks – if you dare! All the family is invited for a day of FREE fang-tastic activities around the centre as part of The Harvey Centre’s Kids Club. Visit the Gruesome Games Area…

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HARLOW Athletic Clubs juniors made the long journey to the City of Portsmouth to compete in the prestigious junior road races at the Morrison’s Great South Run on Saturday 24th October 2015. Blustery and overcast conditions greeted the athletes on the day and the races…

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DID you know that the Gibberd Gallery is running a series of childrens workshops, for all ages, for free? The next is this half term Wednesday 28th October between 11am – 4pm running in conjunction with The Big Draw festival. Artist Emily Watkins will be…

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FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round Braintree Town 2 v 0 Harlow Town THE hosts had gone ahead early on, but they had to play out the final half an hour of the game with 10 men as Taylor Miles was sent off for a second…

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THE school hall at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School in Tripton Road was packed out on Friday 16 October when students took to the stage for St Mark’s Has Got Talent. 42 acts auditioned for the finals, in which 15 competed for the winner’s…

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http://www.activeessex.org/Get-Active/active-women/this-girl-can ACTIVE Essex is championing the national campaign of ‘This Girl Can’ across Essex this week. A programme, established in 2011 called the SHE programme was set up to address concerns over fewer females taking part in sport. The programme has touched the lives of…

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CHRISTMAS just wouldn’t be Christmas without a family trip to your local theatre and nobody does traditional pantomime better than Rhodes! The team that have brought you critically acclaimed productions of all the great festive tales will this year take you to new heights with…

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By Matt Biggadike HARLOW Town will be hoping for another magical FA Cup performance as they travel to Vanarama national league side, Braintree town as massive underdogs. A win would see Harlow enter into the prestigious first round proper draw for the first time since…

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Are you an artist local to Harlow? Harlow Open exhibition offers the opportunity for you to submit work for exhibition to the Gibberd Gallery. This year we have two judges Simon Davies, VP for the Royal Portraiture Society and Jayne Knowles, Associate Dean, Wimbledon College…

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ST MARKS West Essex Catholic school has once again topped the “traditional subject” table in Harlow. The English Baccalaureate (EBacc) is a performance measure for schools, awarded when students secure a grade C or above at GCSE level across a core of five academic subjects…

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HARLOW Running Club fielded nine runners at the Essex 5 Mile Championships at Wix, near Harwich, and came away with two Essex medals, two HRC records and five personal best times for the distance (PB). Louise Brass finished in 62nd place out of 326 finishers…

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Ryman Div One North Harlow Town 2 v 0 Dereham Town THE Hawks shrugged off any chance of a cup hangover to see off Dereham Town, with Layne Eadie and Junior Dadson on the scoresheet for the home side. It was Harlow’s first league match…

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Review: By Julia Salisbury ONE word springs to mind when Parkway Dreams is mentioned: nostalgia. For the audience at the Harlow Playhouse last Thursday and Friday, a £12 ticket transported them back into the late 1940’s to witness the impact of the Newtown housing development…

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Pride of place went to 8 year old Jemima Pratt who won the U11 girls 1.25 mile race despite falling over in the mass stampede start. Young Jemima has been in great form recently and is the current County Schools XC Champion and Great North…