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HARLOW Council’s Environmental Health Team is working to ensure the town’s eating establishments are up to scratch throughout the busy festive period and beyond. Good company, great food, Christmas crackers and all the trimmings are usually the ingredients for a great meal out during the…

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NOW WE ALL know that they wanted the pantomime to raise the roof but not quite literally! However, the Harlow Playhouse was one of the victims of the storms on Monday night as there was substantial damage to the roof. Manager, Scott Ramsay and his…

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by Jo O’Reilly IT IS the last gig before Christmas at Stortford’s Half Moon and it’s a sold out show. The Albino Peaches have a tough set to crack. They’re second on in a line up headed by the Holloway’s Alfie Jackson, who incidentally turns…

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THE BEST of Harlow’s young musical talent was on display on Friday night as Harlow Rock School held their Christmas concert. A wide variety of acts performed a variety of numbers to a very appreciative audience.

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By Jo O’Reilly REALITY TV STAR, Joey Essex made a personal appearance at Flirt Studios in Harlow on Saturday morning. Joey was signing copies of his calendar as he makes a whistle stop tour of the UK. But despite a hectic schedule, he took time…

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Ryman Div One North Harlow Town 1 v 2 Soham Town Rangers HARLOW Town’s 13-match unbeaten run came to a halt as they were well beaten by Soham Town Rangers, 2-1 at the Harlow Arena. Harlow nearly scored from the kick-off as Alex Read ran…

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HARLOW resident, Catherine Johnson, is heading for the mountains next year for charity. Catherine aims to scale the highest mountain in Britain, Ben Nevis in Scotland. Catherine said: “In September next year I am trekking up Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles,…

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Essex Senior Cup Harlow Town 1-0 Redbridge By Mark Wallis A FIRST-half goal from Alex Read was enough to see Harlow Town through to the Quarter-Finals of the Essex Senior Cup as the Hawks continued their fine run with victory over Redbridge, despite going down…

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By Tim O’Connell Christmas? What does it mean exactly? I know for me it lost the religious meaning a very long time ago. And if i’m honest I think most people’s idea of Christmas now is Santa Claus and not Jesus Christ, Mary and Joseph.…

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Nine Day Decline – Friday 13th December at The Square By Holly Rejis THREE piece postpunk members of Nine Day Decline jumped onto the stage with a burst of energy. The stage was dark; you could just about make out their faces, then suddenly the…

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OLD HARLOW resident Rob Tyler is a “Stay at Home” dad. Over a year ago, he made the decision to quit work and look after his two children, Ruby, 6 and Poppy, 3. As part of the process, Rob decided to start a diary. He…

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Brentwood 23 v 17 Harlow HAVING taken an early lead and had control of the game for the first three quarters Harlow allowed Old Brentwood’s to get off the hook in the closing stages. Thanks to the bonus point for losing by 7 points or…

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FORMER Spurs striker Gary Lineker has taken to Twitter to express his desire for Harlow’s Glenn Hoddle to return to Spurs following the sacking of manager André Villas-Boas this morning. Liniker Tweeted, “AVB has been sacked by Spurs. Would love to see Glenn Hoddle given…

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HARLOW dad Andrew How has raised £2,740 for The Sick Children’s Trust after he and his colleagues completing a sponsored skydive for the charity. When Andrew’s son william was born in March he was transferred from Harlow to the Royal London Hospital to treat a…

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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…