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WE defy anyone to visit the new Harlow Rugby Club grounds and not stand in awe at not just the wonderful facilities but also the feel of the place. The new ground can be found off Howard way near Second Avenue in Harlow. YH went…

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ON SUNDAY morning, close to a hundred young runner came together to celebrate Harlow Junior park run’s first birthday. The 2k run around the town park (close to Pets Corner) has become a hugely popular event. Much of this has been due to the hard…

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HARLOW Council has recommended adding £200,000 to their community safety budget in order to fight anti-social behaviour in Harlow. The proposal was put through by the ruling Labour cabinet on Thursday night (July 20th). Film of the decision can be found below. Full details of…

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HUNDREDS lined the streets as they were entertained by the Harlow Carnival on Sunday afternoon. The carnival, a favourite of Harlow from the fifties to the eighties, was revived by Harlow Council as part of the Harlow is 70 celebrations. The parade started from The…

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A SCOOTER rally undertook a lap of Harlow as part of the weekend’s 70th birthday celebrations. They started at The Link and ended at Burnt Mill Academy where a Family Fun Day took place. Our cameras filmed them as they went down Parsloe Road and…

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POLICE were called to reports that a man was stabbed in Post Office Road, Harlow, at around 2.20am today (Sunday, July 23). Officers were contacted after a man was stabbed following a fight involving a group of people. The victim, aged in 20s, was taken…

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FOUR men have been convicted following a serious assault on a teenager in Harlow that left him with serious fractures to his face requiring surgery and fluid on his brain. Luke Martin, 19, of Joyners Field, Harlow, and Craig Quennell, 22, of Long Banks, Harlow,…

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WE were fascinated to hear from someone who once lived at the Netteswell Priory. John Fyson was part of our series of interviews from the creative writing group at Harlow U3A.

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ONE in six Essex residents are known to be living with mental illness* and one in four will experience a mental health problem each year. This is a challenge that local authorities and the NHS across Greater Essex are determined to tackle together. Building on…

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£2.2million is being invested in projects to enable economic growth in Essex which will deliver 5,000 new jobs to the county and help 50 new businesses relocate to Essex through Essex’s enhanced county wide investment team INVEST Essex. INVEST Essex, which was previously an in-house…

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WHILST down at Harlow Cricket Club, we spoke to the President, Alan Howick and amongst a whole host of questions on the history of the club, we asked Alan how he came to Harlow.

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Have you seen Dean Pitts? ESSEX Police want to speak to him about an incident in which two people were assaulted and a dog was attacked. The victims, a woman aged 29 and a man aged 38, were assaulted at an address in High Road,…

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The Harvey Centre in Harlow is celebrating the launch of brand new shoe store, Linzi Shoes. The brand opened the doors to its new store last month, much to the delight of loyal customers, old and new. Linzi Shoes pride themselves in stocking high fashion,…

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THE opening of a new £105,000 accessible Changing Places facility in Harlow is enabling children and young people with disabilities to have fun and enjoy the great outdoors. The new facility, which is located at Pets’ Corner in Town Park, was officially opened by the…

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RECENTLY, Abbotsweld, Longwood and Latton Green Primary Academies hosted The 2 Johns. They are well known throughout Essex for delivering bespoke training sessions within schools and other organisations that cover all areas of internet safety and online gaming. The 2 Johns are very proud that following…

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THE children and staff at Kiddi Caru’s Harlow day nursery have spent a week having fun to raise funds for Home-Start UK – the charity dedicated to supporting families with young children – culminating in a family fun day on Saturday. Throughout the week the…