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By Sarah Pusey HUNDREDS OF “VISIONS IN PINK”, lit up the Harlow sky-line on Saturday as the Moonlit Walk took place. YourHarlow reporter, Sarah Pusey took part and reported from the scene. “Donned in pink, myself and 864 walkers took to the streets of Harlow…

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SOMETIMES, you can sense that a band has something about them. YourHarlow met the Crimson Ties down at the Rock School tent on Saturday afternoon. Sometimes, when you say to bands: “Here is our card, we would, in the future, like to film an “in-session”…

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By Michael Casey AS we come to the end of the first week of www.yourharlow.com, I thought I would take this opportunity to reflect upon Harlow’s heritage. I have been running YourThurrock.Com for nearly five years. I was discussing Harlow with Mr Ed Caines, headteacher…

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THE TRAVELLERS who illegally encamped at Netteswell and then Katherines have moved on. A multi-agency approach by Harlow Council saw the situation, discreetly handled.   Councillor Emma Toal, Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Youth & Citizenship, said: “I’m glad this issue has been resolved. We asked…

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DETECTIVES  are appealing for information following an apparently mindless and unprovoked attack on a man in Harlow which was filmed by his young attackers on their mobile telephones. The assault happened at the back of the library off Tilegate Road in the Bush Fair area…

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FA Cup Preliminary Round Harlow Town have drawn Leatherhead of the Ryman Div One South in the FA Cup. If the beat the Surrey side, then they will go on to play Lewes at the Dripping Pan. Transfer News The Grays Athletic vice-chairman, Danny Swallow…

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A TOTAL of 94 drivers were found to be over the limit during Essex Police’s 2013 Summer Anti-Drink Drive campaign. This year’s campaign ran between June and June 30, 2013 and saw officers out in force across the county taking a zero tolerance approach to…

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HARLOW Foodbank will be at Tesco Church Langley and Tesco Edinburgh way on Saturday and Sunday. Whatever food donation you make, Tesco will top it up by 30%.

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THERE ARE A lot of towns that would die for a place like The Square but then again, not every town has people with the get up and go of Adam Smith, Richard Holgarth and the team. Sitting in the downstairs area where they have…

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THE Three Valleys Male Voice Choir is holding a Singing Workshop at St Andrew’s Methodist Church Hall, The Stow, Harlow, at 7.15pm on Tuesday, July 9. The choir’s current membership is 30 with normal practice nights held on a Tuesday in Waltham Cross. Concert secretary…

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THE TRAVELLERS who encamped at Netteswell (near to the Asda roundabout) moved off at just before midday today (Thursday). Unfortunately, they made their way, just two miles down the road to the Katherine’s area. Essex Police, perhaps mindful of a policy of non-harrassment, are taking…

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THE FRIENDS OF Purford Green are hosting a summer fete on Saturday July 6th. The weather says it will be a scorcher and the organisers have been a blur of activity as they prepare for a fete full of activities. There will be: A Fun…

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THE nations best table tennis players will be coming to Harlow over the next six weeks. Leyton Orient boss and snooker guru, Barry Hearn will be bringing the UK qualifying stage of the World Championships to the BATTS table tennis club, based at the Norman…

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ONE of the things that has been abundantly clear in our first week of YourHarlow, is the thriving art scene in the town. We think we will really enjoy showcasing the work of a multitude of artists. We met Rob Davies as part of the…

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THREE men were arrested on suspicion of assault following an incident in Rectory Woods, Harlow on July 2 where a man received serious, but not life threatening injuries. Police are appealing for witnesses. The injured man was found close to the cycle track off Fifth…

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HARLOW Council has become the first Council in Essex and the first organisation in the town to be accredited a Living Wage Employer. The Living Wage is an hourly rate (currently £7.45 per hour) set independently and updated annually, based on the cost living in…