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AS with many things at Stewards Academy this year, the PE department had to devise many versions of ‘Sports Day’ to enable the event to take place. And rise to the occasion they did! Although a number of pupils, including Year 9, were unable to…

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MORE data must be collected and a national register must be established to ensure all children out of school get a suitable education, MPs say today. This follows acknowledgement from the DfE that there is ‘considerable evidence’ that many home-educated children1 are missing out on a…

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THE council is aware that a number of areas of the town and properties have been affected as a result of yesterday’s severe rainfall, with surface water causing a number of floods.  It is the council’s first priority in these types of situations to support all…

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HARLOW Council and Veolia have taken the decision to suspend food waste collections in order to focus on catching up on other missed collections across the town. The suspension will begin on Wednesday, and will initially affect food waste collections for those residents who are…

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WITH release from lockdown now passed, we have decided to bring back our daily Covid-19 report. We are doing this because we want to give Harlow residents an accurate picture of where we are re Covid-19. The report covers UK figures; Princess Alexandra Hospital figures;…

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WHAT have the Harlow Wombles been up to recently? They have been very busy indeed. They have sent us a summary of what they have been doing. Thank you to Ruth and the team. Mohammed works for the Coop Community Fund and has previously been…

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VENDING machines have got a whole lot healthier – with one school filling theirs with reading books. Little Parndon Primary Academy, in Harlow, has installed a unique way to get children excited about books and reading. As well as the reading vending machine, the school…

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A NUMBER of objections have been made to an application to change a Harlow coffee shop into a restaurant. The application refers to Esquires coffee shop in the Water Gardens. This application intends for the change of use of the E(a) Use Class (Café) into…

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A HARLOW woman has been banned from driving for refusing to take a breath test. Diane Wake, aged 56, of Great Brays, Harlow was banned for the following at Chelmsford magistrates court. On June 30th, 2021 at Harlow when suspected of having driven a vehicle…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has offered help to any of his constituents affected by flooding on Sunday. Mr Halfon said: ” I am so very sorry to see some pictures and videos on social media and the Your Harlow newspaper of Harlow residents whose homes…

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ESSEX Fire Crews are attending a number of locations in Harlow after a number of heavy downpours on Sunday afternoon. YH understands the Spring Hills and Rivermill areas of Harlow was been affected. Group Manager Mark Eaglestone said: “Our Control team have been inundated with…

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BUSINESSES looking to boost sales and morale for staff are invited to learn more about the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Let us know if you would like to join us to find out more about how the award can help to promote your business-…

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RECENTLY, on the back of a few police stories regarding police pay, a number of readers have made reference to the police solving crimes (or not). On the back of this, we have had a look at Essex Police’s solve rate for a variety of…

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ESSEX Police has made an appeal after reports of a large disturbance in Market Street, Old Harlow. An Essex Police spokesperson said: “We were called at around 00:02am on Saturday 24 July following reports of a disturbance in Harlow. Officers attended and found an injured…

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AN ambitious project to promote Harlow to the wider world has been put on hold by the new Conservative-run administration at Harlow Council. Discover Harlow was launched in 2018 with much fanfare. The launch event was attended by over 80 organisations. At the time it…

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SCHOOLS out for summer and as restrictions relax and children have more free time it’s important for parents to remain interested and curious about where their children are and who they are hanging out with.  For County Lines gangs the summer holidays give the opportunity…