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Workers Memorial Day 2020. Dear Editor, TODAY we mark Workers Memorial Day 2020 and as we do so we have in mind those on the front line that have given their lives to keep us safe as we suffer this shattering global pandemic. And may…

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Nishall’s Blog: Staying Positive during the Lockdown SOMETIMES in life, we find ourselves faced with obstacles or situations that we don’t agree with but cannot necessarily do much about, for example, this social distancing lockdown. If you’re feeling stuck or frustrated in this situation and…

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Dear Your Harlow EACH Thursday evening people in Harlow stand and applaud our amazing essential service workers. This week, on Tuesday, 11am. We will remember with a minute’s silence to respect those workers who died from CORVID-19, after they possibly, or even probably, contracted it…

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Letter to Editor: Why are thousands in Harlow ignoring the lockdown? Sir, HAVING to travel to Bush Fair this morning (Friday) 11am for medication, I notice traffic like a normal rush hour day along Southern Way. When arriving at Bush Fair, it is very difficult…

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Dear Editor, IN the letter I wrote last week in ‘YourHarlow’ I urged anyone who has any influence over the supply of PPE to our hospitals to do their upmost to ensure our nurses, our Doctors, our paramedics and of course our carers, have everything…

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HARLOW College student, Nicole Ruxton-Payne has been keeping a diary, regarding her experiences in Harlow during Covid-19. Saturday 4th April 2020 Today was a special day that couldn’t be celebrated how I wanted. Today was my best friends birthday, and it’s tradition we celebrate our…

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AS WE have published a letter from the leader of Harlow Council, cllr Mark Ingall to Harlow MP Robert Halfon, we have duly published Mr Halfon’s response. ==== Dear Councillor Ingall, Thank you for your letter on Labour Party headed paper, which you press-released to…

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Dear Editor, WHILST Cllr Ingall is correct in expressing sympathy over the unfortunate deaths of residents at Tye Green and I add my thoughts to his on that. However I have a friend with a relative who lives there and his attempt at political point…

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Dear Editor, “In praise of Harlow’s voluntary services. I THOUGHT I’d share my thoughts on the amazing contribution that Harlow’s volunteers are making to ease the burden on less advantaged residents of the town during this terrible pandemic we’re suffering. Before this crisis, I had…

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Dear Editor, THE problem with being involved in politics, even local politics, is you see everything in terms of politics, and worse still you see everything in terms of party politics. I’m guilty of it myself. When Priti Patel failed to read out the number…

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Dear Editor, I HAVE written to Star Pubs and Bars in support of the #nopubnorent campaign to ask pub groups to follow in Fullers footsteps and introduce a rent freeze for pub landlords throughout the Covid-19 crisis. Whilst it is understandably not everyone’s main concern…

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Editorial ON Thursday afternoon, I went for a jog around the Clock Tower and then around Nicholls Field park. As I approached the basketball courts, I could see two people playing. That was despite the whole area being taped off, despite the big sign stating…

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Dear Editor, As we all know, Britain is in the midst of an epidemic which is placing great pressure on our NHS. Up and down the country surgeries have been cancelled and doctors are being moved to high-pressure areas such as A&E to work on…

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Dear Editor, “A GREAT deal is rightly made about the physical symptoms of coronavirus but there is another hidden condition that’s little talked about. That of mental health. My fiancee and I are classed as essential workers and so still have the routine of work…

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Blogpost by Lucia Glynn Head of Operations at BMAT THE call came from one of our Assistant CEOs, the second day after we returned from February half-term. Two pupils, siblings, at one of our secondary schools had returned from a skiing holiday in northern Italy,…

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Dear Editor, ON Friday, I went to Tesco at 1pm and the line to get in was massive. The store manger was outside and saw me, he asked me to come with him to the front of the line as he didn’t want a pregnant…