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BURNT Mill Academy look forward to welcoming you on Thursday 9th September between 5:00 and 8:30 pm for their Open Evening.  This is always a popular event, so please come early to take part in the many lesson demonstrations, have a tour of the school and have an opportunity to hear…

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LIBRARY users in Essex can now check out more than just books as a new borrowing pilot launches today, Wednesday 8 September. Residents can borrow from a list of items ranging from a drum kit to a pressure washer thanks to the ‘Essex Library of…

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THE Harvey Centre, Harlow is pleased to announce that they have raised £2,347 for charity with a day of fun-raising on Saturday 4th September. The Harvey Centre joined forces with One Great Day to raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital and Haven House Children’s…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has backed the prime minister Boris Johnson’s plan to put in place the biggest tax rise in seventy years to pay for health care. Mr Halfon said: “Over the past eighteen months, this country has faced a national emergency of which…

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SEVERAL hundred people turned out to watch the first ever Matching Green Cricket Club (MGCC) versus Princess Alexandra Hospital Staff (PAH) Twenty-20 cricket match on Bank Holiday Monday.  The cricket club wanted to show their appreciation and thanks to the staff at PAH who worked…

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A PROTEST is set to take place in Harlow on Saturday as part of a campaign to protect the River Stort from a planning application to build a major highway over the river which could danger wildlife and the environment.  As has been well documented on YH, the plans are…

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ST CLARE Hospice is delighted to invite you to their third annual Walking in Memory event this autumn… A spokesperson said: “Join us to remember your loved ones and celebrate their lives at our 5k countryside memorial walk on Sunday 19th September 2021. Walking in…

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SPECIALIST buy-to-let lender, Landbay, has announced that it has launched a new product range for larger loans up to £1.5m following an increased demand amongst portfolio landlords for HMOs and MUFB finance reports Property Reporter. According to the lender, the new product range consists of…

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BORIS Johnson will vow to end “catastrophic costs” for social care users in England when he sets out long-awaited reform proposals later. The prime minister will announce the plans to MPs, alongside money to help the NHS respond to the Covid pandemic. He is expected…

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HARLOW Council is due to award £90,000 of government funding to deliver a new type of community hub service that will support vulnerable residents to gain more confidence as the recovery from COVID-19 continues. A report to be considered by the council’s Cabinet on Thursday…

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A NEW Pizza shop is set to open in Harlow tomorrow. They are opening on Tuesday 7th September and can’t wait to serve you their delicious pizzas.Opening offer: Any signature pizza for £5 (collection only, Tuesday & Wednesday of opening week). The location is 3 East…

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A HARLOW woman has been jailed for four months for an assault on two police officers. Lisa Wenman, aged 39, of Rivermill, Harlow pled guilty at Chelmsford magistrates court to the following. On August 29th, 2021 at Basildon assaulted two police officers acting in the…

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A MAN has been charged with vandalising a television at a hotel in Harlow. George Barber, aged 27, of Green End, Mill End Green, Great Easton, Dunmow, Essex has been charged with th following. On May 26th, 2021 at Harlow without lawful excuse, damaged a…

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HARLOW Council is set to agree to the installation of electric vehicle charging points in car parks it owns around the town. A report, which will go to this Thursday’s (9 September) Cabinet meeting, recommends that the council enters into a contract with BP Pulse…

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WITH release from lockdown now passed, we will do the Covid-19 report a few times a week. 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…

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MORE than 8,700 chain stores closed in British High Streets, shopping centres and retail parks in the first six months of this year, research suggests. That is an average of nearly 50 outlets a day as the impact of the pandemic and changing shopping habits…