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A CHARITY fun day is set to be held in memory of a young man who died in June. A family spokesperson said: “Ben Pegram was a beautiful, caring and fun loving 23 year old who always had a huge smile on his face. “Sadly…

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FORMER model Penny Lancaster, who is a special constable with London Police and took part in the Light The Lakes fundraising event in aid of the Care Of Police Survivors, has reached the final 10 selection stage in the Amplifon Awards for Brave Britons 2021…

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THE ‘King of Waltz’ is back! For summer 2021, as silver screens finally open their doors, the biggest music cinema event returns as world renowned violinist André Rieu brings Together Again exclusively to a cinema near you, on 28th and 29th August for one weekend only.  To celebrate André’s…

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A TOTAL of 6,200 calls about sick, injured and orphaned hedgehogs were made to the RSPCA’s national helpline in 2020, 1855 of which were made in July and August alone compared to just 199 calls taken in January and February. Across 2020, an average of…

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A PERFORMING arts group for people with and without disabilities and learning difficulties, which has performed for Harlow Jewish Community, is using a £749 donation to organise small focused outings for its members.   Razed Roof has played an important role in Harlow synagogue’s Holocaust…

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A HARLOW College student has won the prestigious Royal Opera House Design Challenge – a first for the College! Taylor Cable, 19 from Stansted, a recent graduate from the Level 3 Art & Design course, saw his stunning costume design win first prize in the…

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THERE is only weekend left in July and they have one last live music act for you to enjoy. Saturday is all about these two singing sisters who will bring you a selection of covers to enjoy. For more details go to: https://www.facebook.com/liveatphoenix

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THE annual Beer Festival is confirmed for Saturday/Sunday Aug 21st/22nd. Advance booking is required – tickets are £5.00 per adult (Children free). Go to website for full details. https://www.thegibberdgarden.co.uk/event/beer_festival/

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NEW changes to the Highway Code will give pedestrians greater priority over cars at junctions and crossings, the transport secretary has announced. Under the current code, motorists only have to give way when pedestrians step onto a crossing. The new code will also ensure cyclists…

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SOMETHING is happening in the woods, voices can be heard, and a strange metallic smell fills the air. Machines are gathering at its edge and a mysterious call is heard across the valley.  Laura the ladybird, Jeffrey the spider, Brett the Woodlouse and Willoughby the…

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PETS’ Corner, one of the Town Park’s most popular attractions, has been operating a booking system during the pandemic. The council has decide to reinstate walk-in visits, as most restrictions have been lifted under stage four of the government’s COVID-19 roadmap, with immediate effect. Until…

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HARLOW-based Shadowfax are delighted that their MSP has ranked among the best global MSP’s on the 2021 channel futures NextGen 101 rankings list. A managed service provider (MSP) is a company that manages a customer’s IT infrastructure and/or end-user systems, typically on a proactive basis…

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THE installation “Supporting Us, Supporting You”, which will take pride of place at the airbase entrance, is the result of the charity’s sculpture Design Project, in collaboration with Harlow College. Art and Design student Kiera Harkett’s design represents the local community who proudly support EHAAT.…

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A HARLOW man has taken his devotion and service to the Catholic Church to the next level by being ordained a Deacon. Tony Rowley was ordained at a special ceremony at Holy Cross Church on Saturday. Tony has been a member of the church for…

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HARLOW Art Trust today announced that Bright Eyes, a sculpture by leading female artist Eva Rothschild, is now on view at Glebelands, Harlow until March 2022. The 10-foot-tall sculpture was safely installed yesterday by specialist art technicians. This work has been presented on the site…

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THE Phoenix Resource Centre, Harlow (registered charity number 1133503), was thrilled to receive the local support of the Colt Hatch Co-Operative this month, along with a £200 cheque, presented by manageress Amy Witt. The money will be used to help supply breakfasts within the local…