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HELLO AND WELCOME TO The July edition of the cm17 connection I mentioned the surveys last month; I’ve yet to sit down and look at all of the data in detail but Yvette tells me that the results are positive (yey and phew!). I have some homework to do now to work out the best way to incorporate some of your suggestions, Watch this space - I can’t wait!!

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One of the things that mentioned was more recipes and that’s something I can do straight away, so from this edition onwards we’ll have a sweet and savoury recipe for you to try, I hope you enjoy.

july 2018 ISSUE 153

This month it’s a great pleasure to welcome new and returning advertisers: SchoolzOut Holiday Camps, Dance Scene (Summer School), Harlow Council (Carnival 2018!) and Cllr Sue Livings. Please show them and all those featured in the magazine your support. Thank you!

CONTENTS ■ FEATURES & ARTICLES 7 Harlow Carnival 2018 9 Local Business people in Person Lisa Cannings - Abbey Group

10 An update from Harlow Soup Community funding project

China Trek 2018 Update: our training continues and our longest walk to date is now 13 miles - hips ached for days after! In June a friend held a shopping party and collected donations for our trek (it was a lovely and unexpected surprise!) - as a result we have been able to add over £350 to our target - thank you so much Helen O’Carroll you are a diamond!

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Our next event is a clothes swap party on 20th July, I’ll post details on Facebook, would be lovely to have your support. Our Just Giving page - https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/ mariandlorraineschinatrek2018.

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A Letter from Robert Halfon MP Robert Halfon MP Working Hard For Harlow

Dear Residents, It’s always busy in Parliament in the run up to summer. You may have heard about the votes on leaving the European Union, which I supported every single time, but I’ve also been working hard to protect our NHS and champion education and skills in our town. I recently found out that almost three times as many people started apprenticeships in Harlow last year than ten years earlier. I have been passionate about apprenticeships since the day I entered politics and have championed them ever since. This increase is great news and means that more and more Harlow residents are climbing the ladder of opportunity, to get the education and skills they deserve, to achieve the jobs, security and prosperity, they and our country need. In September, Stansted Airport College will be opening its doors to its first students, in association with the great Harlow College. If you’re looking to retrain or you want to develop your skills after leaving school, then there are a huge number of courses available - from engineering to communications, PR and marketing. To find out more, just google “Stansted Airport College”. The development of a new hospital in Harlow could also bring specialist training to the East Region, sending the message that Harlow is a place to start and develop an amazing and longterm career in the NHS. I have been working hard to get the capital funding the Princess Alexandra Trust needs to develop a new hospital health campus, including bringing a debate on the hospital to the House of Commons in June. The hospital health campus would bring together A&E services, GP provision, social

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Harlow SOUP’s second event saw Aspire Support Learn (ASL) win £551.21 towards their tea room project. The second ever Harlow SOUP took place on Thursday 24th May and saw over 100 people in attendance raising over £550 for winners Aspire Support Learn (ASL). Hosted at Pemberley Academy, the event featured four community projects pitching to win the money collected on the door, which was on a “pay what you feel” basis. Over 100 community diners attended the evening to find out about new community projects, vote for their favourite and sample the delicious homemade soup. The winning project was ASL, a community interest company that offers employment opportunities and day care, as well as life skills, for adults with additional needs. ASL’s moving pitch explained that they would use the funds to buy their own equipment for their own dedicated tearoom. The new space would enable ASL to open up the tearooms to more customers to help sustain the success of the organisation. The three other pitches were also very well received and included: football equipment for Northbrooks FC to support children and local people, materials to build a garden for the dementia ward and other wards at Princess

Alexandra Hospital and funding to buy a defibrillator for Little Acorns pre-school. Previous winners Streets 2 Homes also attended to both take part and feedback on how the money was spent. Streets 2 Homes had successfully been able modernise and update their toilets using the money raised from the previous event and were happy to support the second Harlow SOUP. The next Harlow SOUP event will take place on Thursday 30th August, and submissions are now open for new and exciting Harlow-based projects. The only criteria for submission is that the project benefits the town. For more information or to submit your idea for consideration for the next Harlow SOUP please visit www.harlowsoup.co.uk

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SATURDAY 14TH JULY 2018 10am—12pm Newhall Project Office, The Chase, Harlow CM17 9JA Newhall Nursery will be opening on 17th September 2018 as part of Newhall Primary Academy and Nursery. The Academy and Nursery is part of the REAch2 Academy Trust which is the largest primary-only Academy Trust in England. We are now registering 2-5 year olds ready for opening and accepting expressions of interest for our 16 place baby room which will open in January 2019. The Nursery will be open from 7.30am-6.00pm, all year round (apart from 1 week closure at Christmas and bank holidays). There will be part-time and fulltime sessions available, both funded and fee paying. Places will be in high demand, so come along and register early to avoid disappointment. In the meantime, please see the Academy and Nursery website: newhallacademy.org for further information or contact us at office@newhallacademy.org. You can also follow us on Twitter @NewhallAcademy.


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THE MAJOR EVENT OF THE YEAR FOR THE MILL In this idyllic setting, thirty studios offer an insight into the creative process and the opportunity “have a go”. An amazing diversity of talent and skills are nurtured at Parndon Mill and will be on view during the Open Studios event. In addition to the fine arts of painting and sculpture, skilled craftwork in glass, weaving, calligraphy, guitar making, ceramics, textiles, jewellery, printing and metalwork can be seen here this weekend. There will also be an insight into architectural skills and the work of graphic and product designers. The artists, craftspeople and designers will talk about their work and demonstrate their techniques. There will also be opportunities to “have a go” at many of the crafts. Glass blowing is especially exciting and can result in taking away a bauble or a vessel. Following last year’s success, in the Art Play Tent for children, Deana Kim Page will invite every

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Harlow Chorus The end of our 43rd season

Words by Mick Rumens

Our final concert for this season, at All Saints Church, Hockerill, Bishop’s Stortford on 14th July, will lead us into our summer break until we commence our new season in September. I sincerely hope to see many of our old, and newer, supporters for our France National Day concert, when we will entertain you with the beautiful Faure Requiem as its centre piece. Our preparations have been tirelessly coached by our new, and highly respected Musical Director, Edward-Rhys Harry, and those who are in our audience can be assured of our very best performance. During June, we have been involved in auditions for our new piano accompanist to replace Susan Graham-Smith who had to leave us in January after twenty-five years. A hard act to follow, and, indeed, we have had a very hard task to find some one of her enormous quality to replace her. Our committee and Musical Director had a short list of eight top applicants who attended our rehearsals in turn to accompany the chorus for half a session each. They were all enormously talented and the task of making

the final selection will not be an easy one. Sadly at the time of writing, the process has yet to be completed so I will have to reveal the final choice later. I mentioned this so that those interested will see that Harlow Chorus is very highly regarded in the quality of choral directors and accompanists seeking to join us. We are still looking to welcome any singers who would like to join us, especially any Tenors, and any interested should refer to our website for more details. When we return in September we shall begin our preparations for our first concert in November, which will be Sir Karl Jenkins brilliant Requiem “The Armed Man”. A work which was subtitled “ A Mass for Peace” and was commissioned by the Royal Armouries Museum for the Millennium celebrations to mark the museum’s move from London to Leeds. It was dedicated to the victims of the Kosovo crisis and is a work of great power and sensitivity. On behalf of the Chorus, we wish you all a wonderful summer and look forward to seeing as many of you as possible in the new season.

Tickets: All Unreserved, £15 All areas, under 18’s £5 Box Office: 01277 3624400 tickets@harlowchorus.org.uk www.ticketssource.co.uk/harlowchorus

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Charity of the year sign up to be a compassionate neighbour

The Compassionate Neighbours project is looking for more volunteers to join their brand new volunteer-led project which is helping to tackle loneliness and isolation across West Essex and East Herts. Outlining the role of a Compassionate Neighbour, St Clare Hospice’s Compassionate Neighbours Project Manager Stacey Towler said: “People living with a life-limiting illness often struggle with loneliness and social isolation. Compassionate Neighbours can really make a difference and offer some extra support. They are a network of trained volunteers who offer their time, companionship and a listening ear to people living in their community who are coping with illness or old age. Compassionate Neighbours help others by visiting regularly; offering companionship and emotional support; helping them to do the things they like doing; and helping them stay connected to the community as well as family and friends.” St Clare Hospice is looking for people who live in Uttlesford District, Bishop’s Stortford, Sawbridgeworth, Harlow and Epping Forest, to become a Compassionate Neighbour.

St Clare Compassionate Neighbours Project Manager Stacey Towler with the first cohort of Compassionate Neighbours

Compassionate Neighbours will be provided with a full training programme, free of charge. The training courses are informal, fun and inspirational, giving volunteers the opportunity to explore how they can use their compassion to help others and give them the confidence to support people in their community. Please note that you must be over 18 to volunteer for this service. St Clare Hospice will carry out a relevant DBS check and you must be willing to give up your time on a regular basis. St Clare Hospice aims to recruit a total of 50 Compassionate Neighbours in the first year of the project. They will be running more training throughout 2018. To find out more about the St Clare Compassionate Neighbours project, including how to become a volunteer and how to refer a person who could benefit from the project, contact the Compassionate Neighbours Project Manager, Stacey Towler, on 01279 773279 or visit stclarehospice.org.uk/care/ compassionate-neighbours/

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sign the whole family up for st clare’s go bright walk This summer West Essex and East Herts charity, St Clare Hospice, is holding their firstever family-friendly 5k fundraising event – the Go Bright Walk. The inaugural Go Bright Walk will be taking place in the Water Gardens, Harlow, on Saturday 14th July 2018 and features a family 5k fun run or walk around the town, plus a festival of stalls, games and treats at The Watergardens. Event organisers aim to raise more than £15,000 to fund the charity’s vital care and hope to recruit more than 500 walkers to join the ‘brightest 5k in town’. The event organiser, St Clare’s Challenges and Events Fundraiser, Emma Broadbent, said: “Our first-ever Go Bright Walk promises to be the brightest 5k in town! It is the perfect event to kick-start your summer with the whole family. Setting off at 11am, and with a free family festival of stalls, games and treats taking place all day, there is something for everyone to enjoy.” “The lovely, bright St Clare logo is all the colours of the rainbow, and we want to celebrate the brightness and happiness that St Clare brings to the lives of our community. That’s why we are asking all our Go Bright

Walkers to dress in their favourite, brightest and most exciting clothing to represent the brightness of St Clare!” The Go Bright Walk will set off at 11am with a free, family-friendly festival of stalls taking place in the Water Gardens from 10am to 3pm. The 5k route around Harlow town is both wheelchair and pushchair friendly, and all children under 16 years must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Advanced entry costs £12 for adults (over 16 years) and £5 for children (4-15 years) with kids under 3 going free! A family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) costs £30 in advance. On the day entry costs £15 for adults, £7 for children and £40 a family. Entry includes a pair of rainbow sweatbands and a Go Bright medal. You can register online at: www. stclarehospice.org.uk/event/go-bright-walk or by calling the St Clare Events Team, on 01279 773754. Registration forms are also available from the Hospice reception or any of the St Clare shops.

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RECIPE OF THE MONTH: sweet

LOOK WHAT’S COOKING LEMON AND ALMOND SANDWICH COOKIES 115g unsalted butter, softened 115g caster sugar, plus extra for sprinkling 1 tsp almond extract 1 large egg yolk 200g plain flour, plus extra for dusting Milk, for sealing and glazing 2-3 tbsp good quality lemon curd 2 tbsp flaked almonds

These

Makes 10 Ready in 40 minutes, plus chilling and cooling

delightful crisp and buttery lemon and almond cookies have a tangy layer of lemon curd in the middle.

1.

Place the butter, sugar and almond extract in a mixing bowl and beat with a hand-held electric whisk until pale and fluffy. Beat in the egg yolk then gradually beat in the flour to form a crumbly dough.

2.

Gather the dough with your hands and knead lightly until smooth. Wrap in cling film and chill in the fridge for 30 minutes, or until firm.

3.

Line a baking sheet with baking paper. Roll the dough out on a lightly floured surface to 2mm thick. Using a 7cm round fluted cookie cutter, stamp out 20 rounds, re-rolling the dough as necessary. Place on the baking sheets and chill in the fridge for 15 minutes. Preheat the oven to 190°C, fan 170°C, gas mark 5.

4.

Lightly brush around the edge of half the cookie dough rounds with a little milk. Drop ½ tsp of lemon curd in the centre of these rounds. Carefully top with the rest of the cookie dough rounds, gently pressing to seal the edges.

5.

Glaze the tops lightly with milk and sprinkle with the extra caster sugar and flaked almonds. Bake in the preheated oven for 10-12 minutes, or until pale golden. Leave to cool completely on the baking sheets for 10 minutes, then transfer to a wire rack and leave to cool completely. TIP: Replace the lemon curd with jam, marmalade or chocolate hazelnut spread for a change of flavour. Remember the filling will be very hot straight out of the oven, so be sure to leave to cool completely before tucking in!

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Fun & leisure

short story

dolphin watching By Jackie Breswter

“It’s a tricky walk down.” Sheila grabbed a clump of seagrass to steady herself. “I feel like a mountain goat.” She had picked up a leaflet for a dolphinwatching boat trip that set off from the harbour, but Royce had turned his nose up. “If we sit on a beach that boat will sail past,” he’d said, parking on the coastal road’s narrow verge. “Whatever they see on the boat, we can see from the shore.” “You’re such a cheap-skate, Royce,” Sheila had snapped crossly. “We’re on holiday for goodness sake!” “I’m not being cheap,” Royce had replied sulkily. “I just thought you’d enjoy it more on a beach.” “I’m sorry.” Sheila backed down when she saw she’d offended him. “It’s a lovely idea.” “Quite right,” Royce had shrugged, “I’m just trying to give you a nice holiday.” With the air not completely cleared between them, Sheila had avoided the slightest complaint while stumbling behind Royce down the two miles of nettle-lined track to the beach. She never said a word when she got a splinter in her bottom from a six-bar gate, and cheerfully skidded on lose shale down the sheer cliff face. After an hour of scraped knees and nettle stings they finally stood on the shoreline. The waves shimmered in the hot sun, and the sand of the little cove was the colour of clotted cream. It was also covered in beach towels. “I’m amazed it’s so popular,” Sheila observed. “It’s so dicey to get to.” “Everyone’s had the same idea,” said Royce. “No point wasting money on pointless boat trips.” They found a rock to perch upon, where they could see the sea over rows of colourful windbreaks. “I can’t believe all these families have made it down here,” Sheila marvelled, “and there are no facilities for miles.”

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“Yes, it’s very secluded,” Royce said. “Look, they’ve got a double buggy down here.” Sheila was staggered. “And those teenagers have brought body boards.” “Incredible,” Royce agreed, peering through his binoculars. Sheila looked around. There were families building sandcastles, some eating ice lollies, some leaning over rock pools with crab lines. “Where’s everyone getting their lollies from?” “Must have brought them with them,” Royce said, feigning interest in a seagull. A girl walked by licking a cornet. “Excuse me!” Sheila called, “Where did you get that from?” “The ice cream van in the car park” the girl said. “What car park?” The girl looked at Sheila as though she’d landed from Mars. “Up there,” she pointed, “it’s a two minute walk.” “Why did we park miles away, Royce?” Sheila turned to her husband. “There’s a car park.” “Look, here comes the dolphin-spotting boat.” Royce said, pretending not to hear. “How much does the car park cost?” Sheila asked. “It’s quite dear,” Royce said. “How much?” Sheila insisted. “Three pounds,” Royce mumbled. “Well, you know what you can do?” Sheila said. “You can go back up the cliff and bring the car round.” She took the binoculars out of his hand. “And then get me an ice-cream. I’ll let you know if I see any dolphins.”

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RECIPE OF THE MONTH: savoury

LOOK WHAT’S COOKING ROAST SALMON WITH TOMATO & ASPARAGUS TAGLIATELLE 4 x 175g pieces salmon fillet Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 tbsp lemon juice 2 tbsp olive oil 250g cherry tomatoes 2 garlic cloves, peeled and thinly sliced

This

light summery supper is on the

table in less than 30 minutes – perfect

250g tagliatelle (see Tip)

when you don’t want to spend hours

150g asparagus tips

in the kitchen. If you prefer, replace

1 tbsp freshly chopped flat-leaf parsley

the salmon with pieces of cod loin or

Lemon wedges to serve

smoked haddock fillets.

1. Preheat the oven to 200°C, fan 180°C, gas mark 6. Place the salmon on a lightly oiled shallow roasting tin. Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper and drizzle over the lemon juice. 2. Place the cherry tomatoes in a bowl and add half of the oil and the garlic. Toss gently to coat. Place in the roasting tin around the salmon. Roast for 12-15 minutes until the salmon is just cooked through and the tomatoes have softened. 3. Meanwhile cook the tagliatelle in a pan of lightly salted boiling water for 8-10 minutes or according to the packet instructions. Add the asparagus tips to the pan for the final 3 minutes. Drain well. Return to the pan. 4. Add the roast cherry tomatoes and the remaining olive oil to the tagliatelle and asparagus and toss together. Season to taste with salt and freshly ground black pepper. 5. Divide the pasta between four warmed plates. Top with the roasted salmon, sprinkle with the chopped parsley and serve with the lemon wedges. TIP: You can use any long thin pasta for this dish; spaghetti or linguine would work just as well. If you use fresh pasta the cooking time will be reduced – just follow the instructions on the pack.

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IT’s your community

The Henry Moore Primary School Sport Relief Day 2018 To help raise money for sports relief we held a day of sport. We started off the day by doing a whole school mile walk whilst listening to fun, loud music. During the morning, the children also got the opportunity to choose from a variety of sporting activities including skipping, hula-hooping and football. We had a fantastic day and got fit and healthy in the process. The day raised a magnificent £583-00 for Sport Relief!

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COFFEE BREAK FUN

PUZZLES AND QUICK CROSSWORD Across 1. One of the seasons (6) 4. Heaviness (6) 9. Massive (7) 10. Beside (5) 11. Surrounded by (5) 12. Tenth month (7) 13. Powerful optical instruments (11) 18. Anguish (7) 20. Complete (5) 22. Lively dance (5) 23. Disorder (7) 24. Female sibling (6) 25. Lively (6) Down 1. A horse for example (6) 2. Rhythm (5) 3. Person in charge (5) 6. Farewell (4-3) 7. Big cats (6) 8. Protest (11) 14. Rude remarks (7) 15. External (7) 16. Modifies (6) 17. Tired (6) 19. Astound (5) 21. Brass instruments (5)

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IT’S YOUR COMMUNITY

LOCAL NOTICES, EVENTS, AMENITIES

An evening os summery music and food

Sunday 15th July 7.00pm

St Mary Magdalene Church, Church Road (off Potter Street)

Tickets £8 to include a light buffet supper & refreshments. All proceeds will go to St Mary Magdalene Church. For details and tickets please contact: Nicky Rodley on 07789 437 232 or nickyrodley@btinternet.com

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IT’S YOUR COMMUNITY

PLACES OF WORSHIP

LANGLEY COLTS YOUTH F.C Signing on Day Saturday 7th July 2018 9am-11am @Mark Hall Sports Centre NEW PLAYERS AND TEAMS ARE WELCOME TO COME AND JOIN OUR FUN AND FRIENDLY CHARTERED STANDARD COMMUNITY CLUB

For Further Details Please Contact Paul Satchell: Langley Colts Youth F.C Secretary Mobile: 07970 175 294 Mark Walker: Langley Colts Youth F.C Chairman Mobile: 07971 831 839 mark.walker@langleycoltsyouthfc.co.uk

Harlow Arts Council & Harlow Museum ite you to inv

Sunday 1 July

1pm – 4.30pm

Harlow Museum Gardens, Muskham Road, off First Avenue

Featuring

Harlow Chorus ✻ de Merc Choir New Edition Singers with St. James’School Choir Harlow Rock School ✻ Hip Hop Pop Efua Sey Cultural Academy African Drumming & Dance Qigong & Tai-Chi performance ✻ Razed Roof As well as children’s creative activities and an opportunity to meet local voluntary groups on the Community Green

FREE ENTRY Refreshments available to buy or bring your own picnic. Chairs will be available but due to limited numbers please bring a picnic rug or travel chair if you have one.

Church Langley Church Sunday service 10am in Main Hall. Sunday School; prayer ministry. Thurs Communion (2nd & 4th Thurs in Chapel, 9.30am). Mini-church 10am Thurs. Weekday house groups. Tel: Ann Kosla 629950. Email: ourvicar@churchlangleychurch.org Web: churchlangleychurch.org

Church of the Assumption Church House, Mulberry Green. 6pm Sat mass, 10am & 7pm Sunday Mass. Fr Michael Butler. Tel: 429388. www. catholicchurchoftheassumption.co.uk

Harlow Baptist Sunday Service 10.45am Tel: Rev. Tony Mayes 442642 www.harlowbaptist.org fb: HarlowBaptistChurch

Potter Street Baptist Church Worship on Sunday is open to all with varied service types to suit the wide range of people who attend PSBC. Morning Service 11am. Rev Alison Taylor. Tel: 491029 www.psbc.co.uk

St. Mary Magdalene, Harlow Common Fr James Rodley. Tel: 451065 Email: jwerodley@yahoo.co.uk www.mmharlow.co.uk

St Mary’s, Old Harlow Sunday Services 8am, 10.30am and 6.30pm (5pm every 3rd Sunday). Please contact the Parish Office for all enquires Tel: 432135. Email: admin@stmaryschgate.org.uk, www.stmaryschgate.org.uk

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IT’S YOUR COMMUNITY

LOCAL NOTICES, EVENTS, AMENITIES Old Harlow Gardening Club

Annual Show Saturday 11th August 2018 WI Hall Garden Terrace Road Old Harlow Doors open 1.30pm Admission 50p

Refreshments, raffle and plants for sale, auction of produce Classes: Vegetables, Flowers, Floral Art, Domestic, Handicraft, Children’s Corner Each entry 20p. All entries to be staged by 11.45am Judging commences at 12 noon Old Harlow Gardening Club is affiliated to the R.H.S.

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SUNDAY UNDAY, 15th JULY 2018 2.00 – 4.00 pm TICKETS: £6.00

St. John’s Arts & Recreation Centre Please book your tickets by phoning 01279-442 01279 447 or buy from individual supply via the groups you visit. With a chance to win an arrangement!

St John’s Arts and Recreation Centre St John’s Walk, Old Harlow, CM17 0AJ Telephone number 01279 – 442 447 CHARITY No. 291079

 " More Tea Vicar?" Bishop Stephen Cottrell will be visiting Harlow on THURSDAY 5th JULY - dropping in to Church Langley about 14.45. Come and join us for Tea and Cake 14.30 -15.30 in the Chapel - Church Langley Community Centre

      

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IT’S YOUR COMMUNITY

LOCAL NOTICES, EVENTS, AMENITIES

BACON BUTTY, SARNE, SOUP& ROLLS, JACKET POTATOES VARIOUS FILLINGS.

Home made jams and Marmalade

TO INCLUDE IN RAFFLE

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Harlow U3A Choir’s

SUMMER CONCERT

musical director: Roisin Quinn accompanist: Ronald Morgan at

Burnt Mill Academy, First Avenue, Harlow

on

Sunday July 15th 2018 at 3pm

Refreshments and Raffle

All profits will be divided equally between PACT for Autism and Mike’s Den Tickets available from Ann Flint 01279 414785 or Ann Jones 01279 860896 Adults: £7 Children: £5 Family ticket (2A,2C): £20

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UPCOMING LOCAL EVENTS

WHAT’S ON ■■ every Monday Monday Dancers Potter Street Community Centre A friendly group who enjoy Sequence, Ballroom and Line dancing. Time: 1.30-3.45pm, contact: 01279 432228. ■■ Every Tuesday Latton Ladies Various Locations A friendly group of ladies who meet weekly on Tuesdays who go on visits to interesting places and meet for tea and talks. Contact: Barbara 869806 or Carol 410324, www.harlowlattonladies.org ■■ Every Saturday Harlow parkrun School Lane, Town Park FREE, weekly, timed 5km run. Pacer events on the last Saturday of every month. Time: 9am, www.parkrun.org.uk/ harlow ■■ Every Sunday Harlow junior parkrun Showground field, Town Park Free, weekly, timed 2km run for children aged 4-14. Time: 9am, www.parkrun.org.uk/ harlow-juniors. ■■ every Sunday Harlow Sunday Walkers Meeting point varies Meet every Sunday for different walks around the local area and sometimes a little further afield! All welcome to join us! Contact: 07928 511423, email: boldmorestaffy@mail.com or find us on Facebook - Harlow SundayWalkersGroup ■■ Until SAT 14th July Gatehouse Arts Exhibition Eastgate, Town Centre Harry and Abbie resident Gatehouse artists. Info: www.gatehousearts.com ■■ Until Sat 29th July Exhibition: Proof Positive The Gibberd Gallery, Civic Centre Original prints from the Print Studio Cambridge. Time: Mon-Fri 9am-4.45pm, Sat 11am-4pm, www.goibberdgallery.co.uk

The Museum of Harlow Harlow Arts Council & Harlow Museum presents this annual event. Music and entertainment from every genre as well as children’s creative activities. Time: 1-4.30pm, entrance: FREE.

Little Hallingbury Place In aid of EACH (East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice). Time: 6pm for 7pm start, tickets: £15, contact: 07956 847 483 or email; info@ charlotteclemence.com

■■ Mon 2nd July 2317 Squadron Harlow Air Cadets Recruitment Evening 2317 (Harlow Squadron), Old Road Looking for a new challenge? Are you year 8 & 12 years or older? Come along to our open evening and take part in some of our activities, talk to our staff and find out what we do. Time: 7.30pm, contact: 01279 421114, email: adj.2317@aircadets.org

■■ Sun 8th July Grove Cottage Food & Drink Festival Sworders Field This event will feature numerous food and drink stalls, live music, bar and chill out area to enjoy the food and much more! Time: 11am-5pm, entry: adults £4, children FREE, all proceeds to Grove Cottage.

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■■ Fri 6th July Art in the Garden The Gibberd Garden An art tutor will be on hand to Featuring help lead you through the day, with the Garden, its sculpture and artefacts for inspiration. Materials & equipment not provided. Includes coffee, lunch and tea. Time: 10am-4pm, price: £25pp, www. thegibberdgarden.co.uk ite you to inv

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Harlow Chorus ✻ de Merc Choir New Edition Singers with St. James’School Choir Harlow Rock School ✻ Hip Hop Pop Efua Sey Cultural Academy African Drumming & Dance Qigong & Tai-Chi performance ✻ Razed Roof As well as children’s creative activities and an opportunity to meet local voluntary groups on the Community Green

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Refreshments available to buy or bring your own picnic. Chairs will be available but due to limited numbers please bring a picnic rug or travel chair if you have one.

■■ fri 6th July Lunchtime Recitals St John’s ARC Summer celebrations with De Merc Chamber Choir. Time: 1.30pm, entrance: £5 (including lunch), contact: 442447, www.stjohnsarc.org.uk ■■ Sat 7th july Essex Society for Family History St John’s ARC Maps for Family Historians, Charlie Mead. “Maps can add much to the understanding of a family history. Maps can show where our ancestors lived and worked; plot migration patterns; show surname distributions; reveal changes to street names; help locate sources for research and plan research trips. A wide range of maps are looked at including: county maps; town plans; estate maps; enclosure maps; tithe maps; transport maps; parish maps; social maps and military maps.” Time: doors open 2.15pm, talk starts at 2.45pm, email: suespiller@yahoo. co.uk, www.westessexsecretary@esfh. org.uk

■■ Thu 12th to Sat 14th July MHP Theatre Presents; An Ideal Husband Moot Hall, The Stow One of Oscar Wilde’s most famous comedies, Blackmail and political corruption...public and private honour! Time: 7.30pm, www.mhptheatre.com ■■ Fri 13th July Music at Marigolds: Spikedrivers Harlow Cricket Club Making a very welcome return to Marigolds, Spikedrivers are one of the most original, innovative and exciting bands around. Three superb and talented musicians demonstrating the mastery of their instruments and the pure pleasure they got from performing whilst experimenting to evoke unusual and contemporary sounds whilst keeping their feet firmly rooted in the past with the music they clearly love. Time: 7.30pm, tickets: £10, contact: 414174 or 421763, www.musicatmarigolds.co.uk ■■ Fri 13th july PACT for Autism: Harlow Parent/Carer Support and Information Meeting The Blue Room, Latton Bush Centre Every month we hold support and information meetings for parents and carers, where you can relax and chat with others about advice, queries and issues with raising your children. Time: 10am-2pm, contact: 01279 430300, www.pactforautism.org.uk ■■ fri 13th july The Arts Society Harlow St John’s ARC Bertie Pearce: Punch and Judy. (Lunchtime venue.) Contact: Lesley Collischon: 0208 508 5694, email: harlow@theartssociety.org visit: www.harlowdfas.org.uk

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Our lovely bright StandClare The Fourth of August For the logo Fallen is all From The Spirit of England the colours of the rainbow - and we Hubert Parry Two Songs of Farewell Never, weather-beaten the sail l My soul, there is a country want to celebrate brightness and Charles Stanford Three Motets happiness that St Clare brings toquorum the via Justorum animae l Coelos ascendit hodie l Beati lives of our community. We would love Joanna Songi soprano Tickets all unreserved Guy Hayward tobaritone invite you to wear your favourite Harlow Chorus brightest, most exciting clothing. The Susan Graham Smith piano Stephen Jackson dayConductor also includes a family friendly festival of stalls, games and treats to entertain the kids from 10am-3pm. You will also have the opportunity to remember someone who brightened up your life on our interactive Go Bright tree. Time: 11am, advance entry £12 adult, £5 children and under 3’s free, entry includes a pair of rainbow sweatbands to wear on the Walk and a Go Bright medal, www.stclarehospice.org.uk Edward Elgar

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■■ Sun 15th July TedxYouth@Harlow Passmores Academy A central theme of ‘Making Connections’. Speakers will be aged between 12 and 22. There will be poets, singers and musicians and more. Time: 9am-4pm, tickets; £5 via www.eventbrite.co.uk ■■ Sun 15th July Flower Arranging; Summer Delight St John’s ARC Flower arranging demonstration with Eleanor Bracken - NAFAS approved. Time: 2-4pm, tickets: £6, contact: 01279 442447, http://www.stjohnsarc. org.uk ■■ Sun 15th July Harlow U3A Choir’s Summer Concert Burnt Mill Academy Refreshments and raffle. All profits will be divided equally between PACT for Autism and Mike’s Den. Time: 3pm, tickets: adults £7, children £5, family £20, contact: Ann Flint on 01279 414785 or Ann Jones 01279 860896.

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■■ Sun 15th july De Merc Chamber Choir: Sumer us icumen in St Mary Magdalene Church A summer concert with all proceeds to St Mary Magdalene Church. Time: 7pm, tickets; £8, contact: Nicky Rodley: 07789 437 232 or email: nickyrodley@btinternet.com ■■ Wed 18th July Teddy Bears’ Picnic The Gibberd Garden Bring your picnic and teddy and enjoy the Garden and activities. For the under 5s. (There will be a small charge for some of the activities.) The Garden will be open to visitors 2-6pm. Time: 12noon-3pm, entrance: adults £4, concs £3, children £1, under 5s FREE, www.thegibberdgarden.co.uk ■■ Thu 19th july Art and the New Town Cultural Tour Around Harlow An expert-led day tour exploring Sir Frederick and Lady Gibberd’s life and art including: The Gibberd Gallery, Harlow’s hidden sculpture gems, their former home and the magical Grade II listed Gibberd Garden. Time: 10am-3pm, tickets: £28 (incl transport and lunch), email: fohsandgg@gmail.com, phone: 01279 442112, www.thegibberdgarden.co.uk

■■ Thu 19th July Bat Safari Parndon Wood Nature Reserve Come along and learn about our reserves bat species. You will receive an expert talk from the Essex bat group and then be led on a safari around the Reserve to discover what species we have here. You also will be given a bat detector which lets you tune in to the calls made by bats. Time: 8-10pm, entrance: £4 adults and £3 children, booking is essential, email: alex.matthams@ecco.org.uk ■■ Sat 21st july Book Sale & Coffee Morning St Mary Magdalene Church Hall Refreshments available whilst you browse. All books 20p. Time: 10am-12noon. ■■ Sat 21st july Matching Farmers’ Indoor Market Matching Tye Village Hall Third Sat of the month. 19 food and drink stalls, plus a few craft stalls.

Enjoy good quality fresh produce from farmers and other producers from within a 40 mile radius. Why not give it a try? Time: 10am to midday, FREE entry.

■■ Sat 21st and Sun 22nd July Parndon Mill Open Studios 2018 Gallery at Parndon Mill In this idyllic setting, thirty studios offer an insight into the creative process and the opportunity “have a go”. Time: 10am-5pm, FREE, www. parndonmill.co.uk ■■ Sun 22nd July Shakespeare in The Gibberd Garden: As You Like It The Gibberd Garden Produced by Shake-Scene Shakespeare, directed by Lizzie Conrad Hughes. Lose your heart in the forest. Just as plays were prepared in Shakespeare’s day. All the actors will have studied and learned their part – their lines & their cues. They hear each other’s lines first time in front of the audience, and the play comes to life for the very first time on stage. Time: 12.30pm and 5.30pm, tickets: £8, a limited number of £5 tickets for students for each performance, www.thegibberdgarden.co.uk ■■ Fri 27th july Music at Marigolds:     Allison Neale’s West     Coast Quartet   Harlow Cricket Club  Allison, who is no stranger to Marigolds, was born in the USA when her British father was working for Boeing in Seattle and came to the UK as a young child. She originally started playing flute when about eight years old and although classically trained on flute she started playing saxophone in her mid-teens. Time: 7.30pm, tickets: £10, contact: 414174 or 421763, www.musicatmarigolds.co.uk 

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■■ Sun 29th July Strawberry Cream Tea The Gibberd Garden Featuring: The Bishop’s Stortford Ukulele Society. Time: 2-6pm, entrance: adults £4, concs £3, children £1, under 5s FREE, www.thegibberdgarden.co.uk

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the listings Guides & Scouts 1st Church Langley Brownies meet every Fri 6.30-8pm Contact Tina: 07708 812378 1st Church Langley Rainbows meet every Tues 4.30-6.45pm Contact Badger: 07831 153857 2nd Church Langley Brownies meet every Mon 5-6.30pm Contact Brown Owl: 07831 153857 2nd Church Langley Rainbows meet every Tue 5.45-6.45pm Contact Badger: 07831 153857 2nd Harlow Common Brownies meet every Wed 6-7.30pm Contact: www.harlowguiding.org.uk 21st Harlow (Church Langley) Beavers, Cubs and Scouts meet at The Barn, 1st Avenue Contact Anne-Marie: 411921

Sport & Fitness Capoeira for kids - Capoeira Essex for ages 6-13 years meet every Tue 6-7pm at GPCA, Abercrombie Way Contact Emma Gibbs: 07894 716833 Church Langley Bowls Club meet every Tue 9.30am-12pm and Thu 3-5.30pm at the CL Community Centre Contact David Whitaker: 629277 Church Langley & Potter Street Football www.clubwebsite.co.uk/ potterstreetfootballclub Church Langley & Potter Street Cricket www.potterstreet.play-cricket.com The Griffin Bowls Club Try Lawn Bowls on a Weds evening from 6pm. Bring flat shoes. Contact: Ann 325691, www.griffinbowls.co.uk GPCA Badminton Group meet Wed 8-10pm at GPCA Centre, Abercrombie Way. Some experience preferred. £3 per wk, new members welcome! Contact: Jackie 432569 or John 320215 Harlow Badminton Club meet at Mark Hall Sports Centre ladies/adult/ family Fri 6.30-9pm, Junior sessions Sat 122pm, £5 per adult/session Contact Sandra Holbrook: 07943 071269 or email harlowbadmintonclub@gmail.com www.harlowbadmintonclub.co.uk Harlow Cricket Club Juniors and Seniors Contact Paul: 421763 www.harlow.play-cricket.com Harlow Hockey Club train Thu nights 8-9.30pm at Leventhorpe Leisure Centre Contact Romy Antrobus 0750 0158 261 or email: harlowhockeyclub@hotmail.com www.facebook.com/harlowhockey Herts & Essex Badminton Club meet Fri 7.30-9.30pm at Mark Hall Sports Hall, some experience preferred Contact: Kevin 426540 Langley Colts Junior & Youth Football boys & girls www.langleycoltsyouthfc.co.uk Phoenix Feathers Badminton Club meet Mon expect Bank Holidays 8-10pm at Mark Hall Sports Hall, some experience preferred Contact Mick: 412660 or Steve: 07595 303591 PLEASE MENTION THE Potter Street Bowls Club

meet in Potter Street Community Centre Wed and Fri Contact Les Wraight: 412983 Shorinji Kempo children’s martial art class 4.30-5.30pm, Tues at Norman Booth, £3 per session (term time) Contact Linda: 07946 615446 Taoist Tai Chi Contact: 424074

Social & Meeting Clubs Church Langley WI meet on the 3rd Wed of the month 8-10pm Contact Chris McIlhargey: 01279 301040 Gems Widow & Widower Social Club Contact Carol Titterton: 07713 544168

rehearse every Tue 7.45-9.45pm at Tany’s Dell School Contact Andrew Bruce: 838598 or email: andrew@wizaweb.co.uk Harlow Theatre Company welcomes acting and backstage members Contact: info@harlowtheatrecompany.org.uk or visit: www.harlowtheatrecompany.org.uk The Three Valleys Male Voice Contact: Tony Moore: 01279 902452. Book us or join us!

Fine Art & Literature

The Arts Society Harlow Contact: Mrs Lesley Collischon 0208 5085694, email: harlow@theartssociety.org www.harlowdfas.org.uk

Harlow Branch of the Royal Naval association meets once a month at The Royal British Legion Club Contact secretary June Ray: 865919

Harlow Writers’ Workshop meet every Thu 10am-12noon at Moot House Contact Adrienne Tinn: 723948

Harlow Lions Club meet on the 1st Thu of each month at Oddfellows Hall, Old Harlow, CM17 0AG Contact Ronni Ayres: 443230 or email: ronniayres@hotmail.com

Harlow Flower Club meet for 7.30pm start at New Life Christian Fellowship Church, 2nd Thu in the month Contact: 432340 for further monthly details

Harlow Photographic Society meet every Thu 7.45-9.45pm September to June at Moot House, The Stow Harlow Contact Malcolm Tinn 01279 723948 Harlow WI meet at the W.I. Hall, Garden Terrace Road, Old Harlow on the 2nd Wed of the month at 2pm Contact Diane Hatt: 428938 or Jean Wright: 432734 Herts & Essex Bridge Club meet every Tue 2-5pm at Hatfield Heath Village Hall. Duplicate Bridge players with or without partners welcome Contact Adrienne Tinn 723948 Latton Ladies meet every Tue at the New Life Christian Fellowship Hall, CM18 6HP Contact Barbara Harpin: 869806 Royal Air Forces Association meet at David Livingstone House, Potter Street, every Fri Contact Mr LC Hayes: 868950 or email: Marsdendance@aol.com The Rotary Club of Harlow meet on Mon (except Bank Holidays) at Canon’s Brook Golf Club 12.15pm Contact Mike Ruocco: michele.ruocco@ btinternet.com or alan.leverett.surveyor@ talktalk.net Young @ Heart Club meet every Fri 1-3pm Contact Ruth Whitaker: 629277

Music & Performing Arts Amethyst Flames Majorettes meet every Mon at Lady Fatima Hall 5-7.30pm Contact: 07599 027512 or email: sandieamethyst@yahoo.com or visit: www.amethystflames.piczo.com

Arts & Crafts

Bevan Quilters meet at the Women’s Institute hall, Old Harlow every Thu morning from 9.30am to 12.30pm Contact Lynn Lagdon: 444204 email: lynnlagdon@tiscali.co.uk

Collectors & Enthusiasts Harlow Railway Circle meet Tue and Thu 7pm at Halling Hill Common Room Contact John Stratford (Chairman): 415541 or Owen Wood 07800 779745 or email: harlowrailwayclub@gmail.com West Essex Society for Family History meet first Sat of the month 2.15pm for 2.45pm start at St John’s ARC Contact Sue Spiller: suespiller@yahoo.co.uk, www. westessexsecretary@esfh.org.uk

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Freshwater Contact Centre meet Saturdays at The Meadows Children’s Centre, Harberts Road, CM19 4DL Contact www.freshwaterscontact.org.uk, FB: www.facebook.com/Freshwaters or tel: 01279 450220 (ansaphone) Inner Peace Healing Sanctuary meet Mon, any time between 1-2.30pm (except Bank Holidays) Contact Jan: 861515 or Maureen: 451305 PACT For Autism Charity No. 1148170 Contact: info@pactforautism.org.uk www.pactforautism.org.uk Parkinsons UK Harlow Branch meet every Wed at the David Livingstone club in Potter Street between 11am-3pm. Contact Corrine Hall: 07982 094194 Tots@Play meet Wed and Fri 10-11.45am (term time only) at Potter Street Baptist Church Hall Contact: 452820

Harlow & District Caledonian Society meet every Tue 8-10pm at the W.I. Hall, Old Harlow for an evening of Scottish country dancing Contact Betty Allen: 303095

St John Ambulance meet every Tues Contact: 0870 765 7856 or email: DutyOfficer@harlow.sja.org.uk www.sja.org.uk/ essex/harlow

Harlow Chorus Contact Carol Spicer: 428898

St Mary Magdalene Sunday School and Crèche every Sun in the Church Hall at 11am, children of all ages very welcome Contact Karen Herbert: 427956

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Community Centres

Hospitals

Church Langley Community Centre Church Langley, Harlow CM17 9TH 01279 629611

NHS 111 PAH (Hospital)

EMERGENCY NUMBERS 111 01279 444455

Electricity Emergency

0800 783 8838 Gas Emergency

Potter Street Community Centre 96, Potter Street, Harlow CM17 9AQ 01279 422746

Pharmacies

St John’s Arts & Recreation Centre For opening hours and programme of events call:  01279 442447

Church Langley Florence Nightingale Health Centre, Minton Lane, Church Langley, Harlow CM17 9TG 01279 629065

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Victoria Hall Theatre For opening hours and full programme of events call:  01279 420062

Old Harlow 43-45 High Street, Harlow CM17 0DN

Harlow Police Station 01279 423911

Councillors

Potter Street 12 Prentice Place, Harlow CM17 9BG

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Church Langley Councillor Simon Carter Councillor Tony Hall Councillor Andrew Johnson

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Harlow Common (Potter Street) Councillor Margaret Hulcoop 452252 Councillor Emma Toal 07885 881255 Councillor Mark Wilkinson 07866 433991 Old Harlow Councillor Joel Charles 07752 096765 Councillor Michael Garnett 437401 Councillor Sue Livings 422339

Local MP Robert Halfon MP

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Doctors Church Langley Florence Nightingale Health Centre, Minton Lane, Church Langley, Harlow CM17 9TG 01279 638520 Old Harlow The Health Centre, Garden Terrace Road, Old Harlow CM17 0AX 01279 418136

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Crimestoppers

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Other Numbers Alzheimer’s Society

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Citizens Advice Bureau

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Church Langley Community Primary School 01279 629427

Contact Harlow (Council) 01279 446655

Churchgate Church of England Primary School 01279 866059

Freshwaters Contact Centre

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Fawbert and Barnard Primary School

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Gems Widow & Widower Club

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Harlowbury Primary School

Harlow Food Bank

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MS Society

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Mark Hall Comprehensive School

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Parkinson’s UK (Harlow)

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Potter Street Academy Primary School

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St Nicholas School

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The Henry Moore Primary School

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Samaritans

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St Clare Hospice Advice Line 01279 773773 0800 800 151

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