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OH Harlow Playhouse pantomime, how we have missed you! With that longing has come expectation. Could the team that makes the magic happen, make the magic happen? The answer is a resounding yes. From the first appearance of Titania to the closing Jersey Boy numbers,…

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SMALL and medium-sized businesses have until 31 December to apply for an ECC Business Adaptation Grant. With the Business Adaptation Grant scheme due to end on 31 December 2021, Essex County Council is urging any small and medium-sized businesses that have yet to bid for…

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HARLOW Labour leader, cllr Chris Vince has questioned whether the Harlow Tories will make good on their promises? He was speaking at the cabinet meeting when the Tories detailed their corporate strategy. Councillor Chris Vince said: “On paper the corporate strategy makes good reading but…

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HARLOW Council leader Russell Perrin set out his stall last week regarding the business-like approach to running the organisation. He told members of the ruling cabinet that he wanted a more “commercially-savvy” council as part of there corporate strategy. He also reaffirmed his commitment to…

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CAMPAIGN group Save Our Libraries Essex (SOLE) is to host an online open discussion forum about the new strategy for libraries in the county. The event via Zoom and Facebook live takes place on Thursday 16th December from half seven, and the group says all…

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A CHURCH Langley teenager has pled guilty to driving whilst disqualified. Matthew Roke-Lewis pled at Chelmsford magistrates court to the following. On April 27th, 2021 at Harlow drove a Volkswagen Polo on Davenport, Church Langley while disqualified from holding or obtain a licence. Roke-Lewis also…

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A WOMAN has been jailed after being found in possession of a knife in The Water Gardens, Harlow. Danielle Crane, aged 29, of Reynolds Close, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire pled guilty at Chelmsford magistrates court to the following. On November 5th, 2021 at the Water Gardens, Harlow…

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A CHURCH has appealed against a decision made by Harlow Council’s planning committee not to allow them to use the Harlow Leisurezone for services. Isabel Engelbrecht of the CRC in London has written a long letter of appeal. The matter may go back in front…

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THE Michael Roberts Charitable Trust (MRCT) is the charity behind Harlow Foodbank and the newly launched Bump to Five project amongst others unique to Harlow. Today they launched a new initiative to encourage more social action in the town. This comes in the shape of…

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DURING October, with your help, Essex Police prosecuted 14 drivers for driving offences, helping us keep Essex roads a safer place for all road users. The courts imposed over £3,500 of fines and 52 points were issued to 14 drivers who were captured on your…

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A DRONE came within 6.6ft (2m) of a Boeing 737 as it came in to land, a report said. The passenger plane was preparing to land at Stansted Airport and was flying north west of Harlow, Essex, when the incident happened on 13 September. An…

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LOST or stray pet cats are more likely to be reunited with their owners and returned home safely under new pet microchipping rules announced by the Government today. Under the new plans, all keepers must ensure their pet is microchipped before they reach the age…

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THE RULING Conservative group held a cabinet meeting at the council offices on Thursday night. Details of the agenda are below. There were a number of items discussed, so we will break the two hour film down into item sized chunk cover the next few…

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CHILDREN at Jerounds have been lucky enough to receive virtual visits from a number of prestigious authors over the course of autumn term. On 19th November, year 3 and 4 video-called with the hilariously brilliant Jeff Kinney, author of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. They…

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ONLY two weeks ago, Robert Halfon MP met with workers in the Co-Op in Bush Fair to hear about the “appalling abuse” they had received whilst at work. Following the meeting, Mr Halfon raised the case immediately in Parliament and directly with Ministers.  Last night…

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A COLLECTION of designer clothes, valuing thousands of pounds, has been given to vulnerable and socially isolated people at a pamper day with a difference – hosted by St Clare Hospice on Tuesday 30th November.  West Essex and East Hertfordshire charity, St Clare Hospice, teamed…