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IT’S that time of year again. December has come and with it all the joys of Christmas. But what is the real meaning of Christmas? Is it the gifts under the tree, the lights in the windows, the cards in the mail, turkey dinners with…

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A HARLOW man has been shortlisted to win the holiday of a lifetime thanks to his extensive work with disabled skiers and the British Paralympics Association. Graham Peacock, who is from Harlow, has reached the final five in a competition to win a trip to…

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Ryman Division One North Barkingside 3 v 4 Harlow Town IT WAS late but it was worth it as the Hawks edged a seven-goal thriller against Barkingside. Two goals by Leon Antoine and two by Alex Read secured the points in what was the proverbial…

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ADULT Community Learning Essex, working in partnership with OM Sports Academy and Harlow Town Football club, is offering young people an exciting opportunity to apply for a Football Traineeship, beginning in January 2014. Traineeships are a new Government programme designed to prepare young people for…

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Wymondham 14 v 33 Harlow HARLOW made the long trip to Wymondham on Saturday for the match which completes the first half of the league programme. The win including the bonus point for more than 4 tries puts them into 5th place in the table.…

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RECENTLY, Pop-Up Talent took over a large portion of Little Walk to provide taster sessions for young people keen on a number of skills. YH spoke to Kellie Tighe from the organisation, asking her what she hoped young people, keen to work, could get out…

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A YOUNG actress from Harlow fulfilled the dream of a lifetime by appearing at the London Palladium on the Royal Variety Show. Charlotte Spencer, 22, performed a scene from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new West End show Stephen Ward. Charlotte, plays the role of society model…

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THE MANAGEMENT team behind Joey Essex has announced the dates for his post “I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here” and he is coming to the Harvey Centre. The details of the “tour” for the popular TOWIE star were advertised on their Neon Management…

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HARLOW Running Club member Jamie Jephcott completed the Bedford Half Marathon in 115th place out of 1232 finishers in an excellent 1hr 28min 53sec, followed by son Daniel 597th in a superb 1hr 49min 19sec. At the Gunpowder Parkrun 5K at Waltham Abbey Richard Solomons…

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Harlow 0 v 3 Basildon 2nds A MUST win game for Harlow facing Basildon on home turf for the last game this half of the season. Harlow ladies started with some good play after winning the toss and had some early breaks. Undeterred, Basildon had…

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MEDITATION is an ancient tradition that has been scientifically studied and shown to have a big positive impact on our minds and bodies. It’s easy to learn, but needs regular practice. It’s worth trying – as once you’ve learnt it, you’ll truly have a skill…

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THE opening night for Dick Whittington at the Harlow Playhouse had just about everything you could want from a pantomime. Playing to a packed audience, they were treated to well over two hours of wonderful singing, great acting, laugh-out loud comedy, that was enjoyed by…

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HARLOW Running Club member Andy Kinney endured an exhausting weekend by completing the Saxon Shore Marathon, a double marathon event over two days run on a tiring sandy course along the coast from Deal to Sandwich in Kent. Kinney finished the first day in 48th…

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Harlow 2s 5 v 1 Redbridge and Ilford 3s A 5-1 home win moves Harlow one position up the league table. Harlow generally looked the stronger team throughout the match with all players keeping Redbridge and Ilford out of the Harlow D. Harlow link up…

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HARLOW Tennis Club’s men’s first team started their division two Winter League season with a 3-1 home win over Rochford. Alex Dodd (14) made his first team debut and partnered captain Luke Spooner to a 10-1, 10-1 win. Harlow’s second pair, Harry Melluish and Dan…

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HARLOW Hawks hit the summit in division two of the Herts Basketball League after securing a 58-51 victory against fellow promotion-chasers North Herts Knights in their first home game in a month. Knights brought a strong team to the Leisurezone for this match. The first…