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Dear Editor,  I WOULD like to thank Robert Halfon MP and his Conservative colleagues for their new budget, which will cut the taxes of the rich and cut the benefits of the poor.   It is estimated that those with an annual income of one million…

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This Week by Your Harlow’s Roving Reporter, Tim the Turtle. Back to School AFTER all the chaos of the holidays with festivals here there and everywhereit is time for a little bit of order to be restored with the return to school. No doubt that…

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WE have asked a number of back bench councillors to give us their view from their seat at the back. Whilst others at the front make the speeches and big decisions, it is often the back benchers who work under the radar. This month, we…

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COUNCILLOR Kay Morrison is writing a monthly blog for YH. This was received before the death of Queen Elizabeth 11. == A COUNCILLOR’S lot is often a happy one; it can be a mixture of challenges and delights. I’ll do my level best to help…

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A look at on-going birthday celebrations by Tim the Turtle HARLOW New Town has been around now for 75 years evolving from the original design by Sir Frederick Gibberd into what it is today with visions abounding of what it may become. The Birthday celebrations…

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Dear Editor, WITH regards to your article of 26th July, “Protecting the character and look of Harlow’s oldest neighbourhood”. As there seems to be very little attention or none at all being paid to what could be very significant changes to the residents of these…

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Dear Sir, ON Monday I was lucky enough to be able to drop into the Harlow community school uniform exchange shop in the Harvey centre. For anyone who is unaware, the purpose of this is that the store takes in donations of old school uniform…

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We began this month with World Breastfeeding Awareness Week (1-7 August) – the global campaign aims to inform and raise awareness about breastfeeding and related issues. PAH is proud to be accredited by the Unicef Baby Friendly Initiative, supporting families with their feeding choices and…

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THE leader of the Harlow Alliance Party has slammed the consultation process over the future of the area surrounding the Harlow Playhouse. Nicholas Taylor said: ‘Harlow Council’s dismal attempts to consult with residents continue despite the Community Engagement Strategy adopted by the Council earlier this…

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SINCE her election in June, we have invited Bush Fair councillor, Kay Morrison to send us a monthly blog. Here is her contribution for August. THE telecommunications masts were refused, so jubilation reigns. A celebratory party is planned in at least one area. Photos next…

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A veteran community champion in Potter Street has written to the leader of Harlow Council as he continues to fight for improved facilities in his area. Dear Cllr. Perrin, I hope you are well. I approach you in your capacity as the leader of Harlow…

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Dear Editor, I watched YourHarlow’s film of the July 28 full Council meeting and councillor (Cllr) Jodi Dunne’s comment at 1 hour 39 minutes and 40seconds in caught my attention. Cllr Dunne said: “Imagine my shock when I found that the Cabinet Policy Development Working…

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RECENTLY, we published a letter titled: “Why was my son taken off the housing list? Below, is a response from the portfolio holder for housing, cllr Simon Carter. ======== Dear Sir Not enough houses, private or social, have been built in England and Wales in…

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Dear Sir I WRITE in support of Vic Goddard who unlike the Conservative government has always put the young people in his care and of our town first.  Harlow is very lucky to have such a dedicated public servant who is confident to speak out…

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THE Press Recognition Panel (PRP) confirmed today that IMPRESS has retained its status as an approved regulator and continues to meet Royal Charter standards of independence, effectiveness and public accountability.  IMPRESS Chair Richard Ayre said, “This confirmation gives the public assurance that as the Press Regulator…

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Dear Editor,  AFTER several years of asking our neighbours to not burn bonfires in their garden during the day, please see photographs below of the bonfire. This is now becoming a regular occurrence. The smoke is a safety hazard as it is blowing into our…