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Oakwood Pond makes a splash

By Charlotte Langham / 13th October 2017 / 0 Comments

Oakwood Pond aims to transform the whole community, even foxes and the fish. The Stort Anglian Society and Patrick Bailly, the landscape and biodiversity officer, have redesigned the once neglected pond. The £80,000 project has been funded by a flood alleviation grant, Essex County Council and Harlow Council. Patrick commented, ‘This will increase the capacity […]

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Raids and fights are all in a day’s work

By Charlotte Langham / 13th October 2017 / 0 Comments

KEELY Nickolds run’s a property management company with a difference – working with vulnerable tenants in multiple occupancy houses. She found a gap in the market and set up Nickolds HMO (Houses in Multiple Occupancy) in Harlow eight months ago. Keely has been in the letting agency business since 2008 working with landlords and tenants. […]

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Students are fighting fit

By Leah Bloxham / 13th October 2017 / 0 Comments

FITNESS testing is going to begin for students at Burnt Mill Academy Trust (BMAT) secondary school in Harlow. These tests will look at student’s cardiovascular fitness, co-ordination, balance and agility. The tests enable specialist sports teachers to spot future sporting stars early on and help them develop upon their skills. Fitness tests have already been […]

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Harlow Council up in arms over traveller camps

By Chloe McKendrick / 13th October 2017 / 0 Comments

Article by Charlie Young and Chloe McKendrick HARLOW Council has accused Essex County Council of not getting to grips with the issue of traveller camps in Essex. In 2015, Harlow Council was the first Council in the country to introduce an injunction that declared a removal of unauthorised encampments within 24 hours. The injunction was […]

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Award winning glass sculptures featured in Pardon Mill art Show

By Sarah Eneberg / 6th October 2017 / 0 Comments

GLASSHAUS XII is Pardon Mill’s latest art exhibition with some pieces earning world wide recognition. The exhibition at The Gallery includes spectacular glass works, ranging from £21 to more than £17,000 with many unusual and decorative exhibits as well as more practical expressions based on a theme. The GlassHaus XII show is in its eighth […]

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