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IN the third of our interviews with nurses at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, we interviewed Nuala Jennings about her journey from Offaly in the Republic of Ireland to Harlow. We would like to thank the PAH for their help.

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THE National Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima will be visiting Harlow over the weekend of the 14/15 October as part of the centenary of Our Lady’s appearances at Fatima. Parishioners from across the diocese are encouraged to visit the church of Our…

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FOR the first ever time Livewire will take to the main stage of The Harlow Playhouse with it’s own devised piece of theatre ‘Our Town, Our Future’. As part of the ‘Harlow is 70’ celebrations, the play examines the future of our town over the…

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CHILDREN took a step back in time to learn about the Victorians. Year 5 pupils from Roydon Primary Academy, in Harlow, visited the Royal Gunpowder Mills, in Waltham Abbey, for a Victorian day. Matt Girvan, Year 5 teacher, said: “The annual trip was fantastic, as…

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A dispersal order has been put in place to reduce anti-social behaviour and crime overnight in Harlow town centre The order, which has been obtained following the agreement of Harlow Council, gives police enhanced powers between 10pm tomorrow (Saturday, September 30) and 6am on Sunday,…

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LABOUR has retained the ward of Toddbrook in Harlow. Tony Edwards (Lab): 702 Peter Lamb (Cons): 486 Patricia Long (UKIP): 98 James Aicken (Green): 41 Lesley Rideout (Lib Dem): 19 Maj: 216 Turnout: 24% Reaction to follow. In 2014, Labour won the seat by just…

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THE leadership of Burnt Mill Academy is being strengthened further – by a former Harlow schoolgirl. The outstanding school, in Harlow, is led by the Burnt Mill Academy Trust which is headed up by former headteacher Helena Mills. John Blaney, responsible for the day to…

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Hospice offers 6 Gold Bond places in 2018’s London Marathon WHETHER you made the final cut, or have the better-luck-next-time-blues – it’s a ‘yes’ from St Clare Hospice when it comes to running the London Marathon of 2018. This week, thousands of people from all…

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PAHT becomes smoke free in October Sunday marks the start of Stoptober – the month when people are helped to give up smoking. Tying in with this, Princess Alexandra Hospital will be going smoke-free across the site from this Sunday, 1 October, as a means…

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JOIN the team at Quasar on Friday 29th September for the world’s largest coffee morning and help raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. How can you help ? Feel free to donate baked cakes, brought cakes or just pop along for some great company, cakes,…

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A HARLOW man has been sent for trial over charges that he attempted to communicate with an eight-year-old child for sexual purposes. Thomas Hagger, aged 29, of Meadow Road, Epping was charged with the following. Between 12/09/2017 and 15/09/2017 at South Ockendon, being a person…

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A man who committed two burglaries having been released on licence from prison has been jailed for three years. Steven Clark, 20, of no fixed address, was sentenced at Chelmsford Crown Court after pleading guilty to the offences on Friday, September 22. Police received a…

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A HARLOW woman who breached her bail has been bailed again by the courts. Charmaine Poynter, aged 31, of Hull Grove, Sumners was arrested on September 14th for breaching her Bailey attending an address in the Sumners area. Poynter was on bail for an alleged…

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THE Harlow and District Health Care Forum will be holding a medicines information event, in partnership with West Essex Clinical Commissioning Group, on Monday 2 October 2017 at the Harlow Study Centre, Netteswellbury Farm, Harlow, CM18 6BW. The ‘Get Wise about your Medicines’ event will…