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THE inspirational headteacher of the Burnt Mill Academy Trust has been made a Commander of the British Empire in Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Helena Mills has revolutionised education at Burnt Mill and it’s sister schools since coming there in 2010. Helena Mills left the Royal…

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AN investigation by the Health and Safety Executive has been launched into the circumstances surrounding an industrial incident in Tanys Dell in Harlow. The incident occurred on Tuesday morning. The workmen was airlifted to hospital in London. Councillor Mark Wilkinson, Portfolio Holder for Housing, said:…

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A third person has been arrested in connection with a robbery in Harlow where a man suffered stab wounds. It happened at an address in Arkwrights at around 4.50am on Tuesday, June 13. The victim suffered a stab wound to his ear but his injuries…

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CITIZENS Advice Harlow has launched an exciting new volunteering project for individuals that want to enhance their CV whilst gaining real life work experience. We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who want to help make a difference to other people’s lives and who are able…

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AS part of our Harlow is 70 project, we have conducted a series of interviews at the Manor Hatch sheltered accommodation. Recently we interviewed Pat Bram about why she came to Harlow in October 1954. Our conversation takes us from Victorian housing in Ilford to…

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Summer Grant, from Norwich, suffered serious injuries while on a bouncy castle in Harlow Town Park on March 26, 2016. She was taken to Princess Alexandra Hospital but sadly died a few hours later. Shelby Thurston, 25, and William Thurston, 28, both fairground employees, of…

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OVER seventy businesses flocked to the Harlow Business Exhibition at the Manor of Groves Hotel on Thursday June 8th. It may have clashed with the General Election but it looks like there was a big vote for Harlow business. Ian Hudson, one of the Directors…

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ST Clare Hospice’s annual Midnight Walk event will return in just one week, on Saturday 1 July. The neon-themed party is set to ‘light up the night’ across Harlow town, with a DJ motivating walkers and Harlow Clubbercise leading participants in a glowstick-fuelled dance warm…

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Moot House Players present Noel Coward’s comedy, Fallen Angels on July 6th – 8th 2017. Both Julia and Jane are happily married now, but could the return of an exciting lover from the past change all of that? Find out in Noel Coward’s hilarious jazz…

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HARLOW’S Council leaders have called for a review of safety procedures at all fourteen of the tower blocks in the town. Leader of the council, Jon Clempner has called for his inspectors to make safety check son all fourteen of the towns blocks. Bush Fair…

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At 7pm on Friday 30th June at Harlow Playhouse, Razed Roof will be screening the DVD of their show ‘Unfolding’; along with a short, unseen video of Lady Gibberd speaking about Sir Fredrick Gibberd and Harlow. If anyone wishes to be put on the guest…

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0800 hrs Report that police have closed off part of a platform on Harlow Town Railway Station. Harlow-Slow moving traffic on London Road (A414) between Southern Way and the roundabout at junction 7 of the M11 (Hastingwood Interchange)

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A ground-breaking injunction, which bans Travellers from setting up of unauthorised encampments across Harlow, has been extended until midnight on 14 June 2020. Harlow Council and Essex County Council recently applied to extend its district-wide injunction with a High Court hearing taking place today (14…

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KIND natured Harlow residents have organised a collection point for this wishing to help victims of the Grenfell Road tower blaze. Jamie Wells from Better Removals and Storage is collecting donations of clothes, toiletries etc for the 300 plus left homeless from the fire in…

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A MAN has been charged in connection with an incident in which a man suffered a slash wound to the neck. Leon Callander, 33, a car salesman of Lindum Close, Epping Green, was charged with grievous bodily harm and possession of an offensive weapon in…