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NEW dynamic business-led networking initiative launching in January 2023 to build on success of Opportunity Harlow. In January 2023, the team behind the recently completed Opportunity Harlow pilot project, will launch the Prosperity Network. This new and unique business-to-business network connecting businesses large and small…

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ON SATURDAY, a special ceremony took place to mark the “official opening” of the Daniel Robinson and Son funeral home on Station Road, Old Harlow. The funeral home was formerly run by the late Jerome Masterson and his family. Jerome was a well-respected member of…

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THREE-year-old Quinn Gosnell from Harlow has recently been diagnosed with Wilm’s Tumor which is a type of kidney cancer in not one but both of his kidneys.  Quinn absolutely adores Michael Jackson and loves dancing to his music with his siblings. At the beginning of…

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ANDREW Bramidge is the new permanent chief executive of Harlow Council Andrew’s appointment was approved by councillors at a Special Council meeting held last night (22 November 2022) following a recommendation by the council’s appointments panel. Andrew is currently the council’s Director of Strategic Growth…

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HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon, has welcomed the measures announced by the Government to support pensioners in Harlow this winter. Following the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement last week, Mr Halfon has welcomed the decision to reinstate the Pension Triple Lock next year and award Winter Fuel Payments…

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FIRE Crews were called to a house in High Street, Roydon, in the early hours of this morning (Wednesday 23 November) after a couple realised there was a fire at the back of their home.  The fire had started from a tumble dryer, which was located…

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VOLUNTEERS at the Harlow Museum & Walled Gardens have won an award for their work maintaining, caring and promoting the famous John Collins Cycle collection. Volunteers Andy Bray and Melvyn Seymour were presented with the South East Marsh Award for Museum Learning on Monday 14…

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WAFFLE and More’s Retro Video Arcade was the location for the latest music video by Tik Top rapper Stepz. The arcade in the town centre has attracted quite a following from all ages and that includes the teenage rapper who has used the arcade plus…

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A NEW programme of maintaining Harlow’s roundabouts is set to be launched early in the new year, which will restore pride with improved maintenance, at no extra cost to the council.  Harlow Council has agreed to enter into a contract with Community Partners Ltd who will secure sponsorship of roundabouts and…

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STREET dance school Hip Hop Pop, who have been a resident company at the Harlow Playhouse for the last 20 years are making their pantomime debut this year in Cinderella. 11 Hip Hop Pop dancers (4 per performance) will feature in Act 2, bringing their…

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AT least £5m is to be made available to Essex County Council to increase care capacity and enable more people to be discharged from hospital this winter. It comes amid the most recent figures showing that more than 300 people had to wait over 12 hours…

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RAIL passengers face disruption in the run-up to Christmas after the RMT union announced more strike dates reports the BBC. Industrial action will be held across four 48-hour periods on 13-14 and 16-17 December, and 3-4 and 6-7 January. Services have been severely disrupted in…

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IN just one week, Operation Orbital, dedicated to keeping the M25 safe, saw 152 drivers reported for traffic-related offences. Last week, our Road Commercial Vehicle Unit patrolled the M25 in unmarked “supercabs” in a bid to keep our roads safe.  Adam Pipe, Head of Roads…

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A PATIENT at Princess Alexandra Hospital has testified to senior management regarding her treatment at the Harlow hospital. Treatment that hospital bosses have described as “shocking” and say they were “shaken” hearing about it. Anne Weersing (AW) spoke at a recent public meeting of the…

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AS part of our Harlow is 75 project, we have interviewed residents who hail from the British Isles. Naturally, when we came to interview someone from Wales, we made our way down to Latton Park, the home of Harlow Rugby Club. There we interviewed, Club…

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HARLOW Community Policing Team officers were conducting patrols around Potter Street last Thursday 17th Nov, when they stopped a man. He was found to be in possession of numerous wraps of suspected Class A drugs, numerous SIM cards, a burner phone and other drug supplying…