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A BLUE plaque was unveiled for the late chair of Harlow Health Centre Trust, Martin Lawn. The plaque has been placed in the lobby of Lister House Surgery on Abercrombie Way. Martin was not only the chair of Harlow Health Centres Trust from 1996 but…

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TAKING time out for self-wellbeing is important to maintain positive mental health and is why local youth mental health charity, Kids Inspire, is hosting an awareness ‘week of wellbeing’.  During the week, Kids Inspire will encourage individuals, families and schools to think about their wellbeing. …

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TRIALS of body worn cameras are to take place at two separate crossing patrol sites in Clacton-on-Sea and Basildon. For a period of 4 weeks from Monday 4th October, School Crossing Patrol Officers at sites in Cloes Lane, Clacton-on-Sea and Whitmore Way, Basildon, will wear…

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ESSEX Firefighters are highlighting the importance of having working smoke alarms after attending a kitchen fire earlier today. Two crews from Harlow Fire Station were called to a kitchen fire in a terraced house in Harlow at 3:10pm. On arrival, crews reported that there was…

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ESSEX want to speak to John Kiely, 31, in connection with an assault which took place in #Harlow. The incident took place in Bushy Croft off Tawneys Road, on August 6. If you see Mr Kiely or know where he is please contact on 101.…

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THE CHILDREN’S Commissioner for England, Dame Rachel DeSouza visited Harlow College on Thursday afternoon. Accompanied by Harlow MP Robert Halfon, Dame DeSouza met students across a variety of different subjects. But she had the same question for them all: What’s your plan? And whether it…

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BEHIND the doors of an unassuming building in Essex, bin liners and plastic bags are piled so high they are almost within touching distance of the ceiling reports the Local Democracy Reporting Service. In them are thousands of donations to individuals and families seeking refuge…

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THE very best of parking management was celebrated at the prestigious British Parking Awards 2021, last Friday, which saw North Essex Parking Partnership (NEPP) scoop three of the coveted glass trophies – equalling its 2019 tally and adding to its 2020 Communications Award. NEPP triumphed…

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A HARLOW CHURCH is set to hold its final service next month. The Trinity United Reform Church in Hare Street made the following announcement on its Facebook page. “It is with great sadness that Church Meeting has made the decision to close Trinity URC. “Our…

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PHIL Barrow at their funeral home in Old Harlow was delighted to sponsor and buy a shield for a new bowls event at Old Harlow Bowls Club. The Annie Bull Memorial Shield will be played annually and is a fun day. Competitors were invited to…

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DEDICATED detectives have praised a rape victim for her bravery after her attacker was jailed for ten years. Paul Ballard was found guilty on all counts at Chelmsford Crown Court on Friday 30 July after denying rape, attempted rape, assault, criminal damage and threats to…

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AN Essex farmer has called on the Government to issue special visas to specialised butchers in the face of the pig industry “which is beyond breaking point”. Tom Bradshaw, also the vice president of the National Farming Union, wants a covid recovery visa to be granted…

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GREATER Anglia and Network Rail are making joint preparations to tackle slippery autumn rail conditions – following a huge improvement in punctuality last autumn. The two organisations work together every year to minimise the effects of autumn on train performance. Leaves on the line can…

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FROM Harlow Council. It’s back. We’re getting ready to Celebrate Harlow again at the Harlow Playhouse on 10 February 2022! We are once again looking for creative, talented people to take part in the special evening, celebrating all things Harlow. Selected acts will be invited…

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DUE to high demand, Stewards Academy will be offering one more ‘Open Day’ tour to prospective Year 6 parents and pupils. This will be on Thursday 7th October at 9.15am. If you would like to book a place please email [email protected]  They look forward to seeing…

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THE ARMY have arrived to deliver fuel to Harlow. A tanker turned up at just after 2.30pm at the Esso Garage on Tillwicks Road near Bush Fair in Harlow. YH spoke to staff at the garage who told us that they were now undertaking some…