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St Clare’s campaign to win £50,000 from the People’s Millions has been given spade-loads of support from celebrity gardener Christine Walkden. The One Show’s green-fingered expert is urging the community to dig deep and vote for the Hospice when it appears on the ITV Anglia…

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By Jo O’Reilly ‘AND £15 to the man in the unusual shirt’, flanked by artist Kien Vong who for Saturday’s event is known only as ‘The Penguin’, Harlow MP Robert Halfon has just sold a piece of art featuring hands locked womb like around a…

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By Ian Parker AFTER building her footballing career at Mark Hall Girls and Harlow Town FC, Charlton Athletic Ladies midfielder Francesca Tye, has claimed further progression has been blocked by recent FA decisions. This season the Football Association have announced that the Women’s Super League…

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IN this brand new show for 2013, Europe’s most successful Elvis Presley tribute artist – Lee Memphis King, presents the ultimate tribute to The King – celebrating the entire career of the musical legend. Lee will be performing at the Harlow Playhouse on Friday November…

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Harlow 17 v 19 Old Cooperians London & SE Div III N ANOTHER very close contest but this week the dice fell for Cooperians. It was annoying for Harlow because again their pack dominated and in terms of territory and tries scored they had the…

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A HARLOW company that supports local business women celebrates another milestone, with the appointment of a manager for its newest branch in Harlow and Epping. Yvette Ankrah, Founder of Ankrah Associates takes on the role of Harlow and Epping Manager for South East based Mumpreneurs…

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HARLOW Running Club member Steve Murtagh put in a fantastic performance at the Essex 10 Mile Championships held on a gently undulating course at Stebbing. Murtagh finished in 10th place out of 492 finishers and 1st Vet 40 to win the gold medal in his…

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Trevor Marriott blows the lid off the case of the notorious Jack the Ripper. The audience sat fascinated and intrigued while the retired detective shared evidence and theories, dispelling myths and injecting logic into the Victorian murders that happened 125 years ago By Jessica McArdle…

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BY the end of last month, 60 writers from across Essex had submitted short (10 – 15 minute) scripts for this year’s Essex Book Festival writing competition Making Waves. Today, the competition organisers are delighted to announce the long list of 30 writers who have…

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Ryman Div One North Chatham 0 v 2 Harlow Town By Mark Sweeney TEN-man Harlow Town put two late goals past Chatham Town to take all three points away from home. Harlow goalkeeper, Darren Behcet, was shown a straight red card in the 51st minute…

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Basketball Harlow Hawks 52 v 47 Michaelians HARLOW Hawks triumphed 52-47 at home to Michaelians in division two of the Hertfordshire Basketball League. The hosts imposed themselves on the game early as Rimantas Norkeliunas was a beast on the offensive boards and earned himself six…

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GOOD NAME. Down at the bottom of a garden in Old Harlow, three piece band, The Albino Peaches rehearse, create and compose. The amiable trio of Daniel Parkin, Tommy Judd and Wesley Stringer have a confidence about them. Not the confidence that goes on about…

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COMING soon to The Playhouse Gavin Robertson’s epic Bond Spoof, ‘BOND!’ – An Unauthorised Parody. Robertson whose past shows include several genre-based parodies including his international and West End hit ‘Thunderbirds F.A.B’; ‘every Western you’ve ever seen’, ‘Spittoon’ – and ‘every Space Movie you’ve ever…

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GEEKS of Harlow rejoice, 3 Darths will be returning to Harlow, for all your collectables needs from cult TV, Film and Video games and other related products. The shop will be reopening its doors at Unit 10 Little Walk on November 30th, with an official…

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by Jo O’Reilly CONTINUING their tradition of showing thought provoking new work by young theatre companies, Olivier Award-nominee Caroline Horton’s ‘Mess’ graced the Studio Theatre of The playhouse last Thursday. Providing an unusual approach to the tricky and uncomfortable subject of eating disorders, the show…