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YEAR 3 pupils from Roydon Primary Academy, in Roydon, visited Lee Valley Park for a Stone Age workshop. They learned about the changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age, taking part in activities including fire-lighting and primitive art. Teacher Alison Hazell…

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A NEW Apprenticeship Hub offering free support for young people aged 16 – 25 in Basildon, Canvey Island and Harlow has been launched. Run by a dedicated team, the ECC Apprenticeship Hub will support residents to find and apply for apprenticeships, while offering group sessions…

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THE South East’s top site managers gathered to celebrate their achievements at NHBC’s Pride in the Job 2022 Awards which were held at the Hilton Brighton Metropole on Friday. Organised by NHBC, the UK’s leading new homes warranty and insurance provider, Pride in the Job…

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THE LEADER of Harlow Labour has called for policing in Harlow and the rest of the country to be “properly funded”. Councillor Chris Vince said: OVER the past decades we have seen unprecedented cuts to policing by this Conservative government.  This has led to a…

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HUNDREDS turned up to see the Christmas lights switched on at The Water Gardens in Harlow Town Centre. The lights were switched on by the chair of Harlow Council, cllr Andrew Johnson. He was joined by the cast of the Harlow Playhouse pantomime, Cinderella. The…

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THERE was a wonderful atmosphere at the Water Gardens on Saturday afternoon for the switching on of the Christmas lights. There were a number of great acts and we thought it would only do them all justice if we put them up individually. Here is…

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Dear Sir   FOR months in the Council Chamber, we witnessed the Conservatives staunchly defend the contract for the work at Five Acres. Dismissing the legitimate concerns of leaseholders and insisting that that the Council were following due process. Presumably Cllr Simon Carter (the then Housing…

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THERE was a wonderful atmosphere at the Water Gardens on Saturday afternoon for the switching on of the Christmas lights. There were a number of great acts and we thought it would only do them all justice if we put them up individually. First off:…

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Update: Essex Police has informed us that they attended at the cycletrack but it was a case of area searched, no trace. ESSEX Police have no evidence that a man with a knife approached or attempted to enter a school in Harlow on Friday. YH…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has made his first keynote address in his capacity as Minister for Skills, Apprentices and Higher Education. The speech was made at an event organised by the Times Higher Education. Mr Halfon said: “Good morning and thank you, John, for that…

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NEW Early Years and Childcare charter promises to improve outcomes for every Essex child Ensuring every Essex child gets the best start in life and goes on to fulfil their potential is the aim of Essex County Council’s new Early Years and Childcare charter.A new…

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ST Mark’s new library re-opens after revamp. Full details below.

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A JUNIOR School in Harlow, which caters for children aged 7 to 11, has been praised for its pastoral care in its most recent Ofsted report. William Martin Church of England Junior School in Harlow is celebrating a ‘Good’ Ofsted result following its latest inspection.…

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PARNDON Wood Cemetery & Crematorium is inviting local community to visit on Friday 16 December to take part in its annual Christmas Carol and Memorial Service. The festive gathering provides a valuable opportunity for families and friends to come together and remember their loved ones…

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HARLOW Council is set to confirm next week the appointment of Andrew Bramidge as its new permanent Chief Executive. The recommendation will be made to the special Full Council meeting being held on Tuesday 22 November. The council started recruitment for a permanent Chief Executive…