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Carnivals were another great spectacle with many, many, local companies loaning out flatbed lorries and drivers to local charities and organisations. The floats were a real spectacle and seemed to take ages to pass by as you stood on the kerbside watching. Likewise, the Town Shows’ in August were second to none. Three days of top events culminating on Bank Holiday Monday with top-class show jumping by Harvey Smith and others. Harlow swimming pool in First Avenue, before the tubes and wave machines were installed, often

played host to National swimming events and were televised live on BBC Grandstand on a Saturday afternoon. The TV cameras ran along the side of the pool to follow the swimmers. Do think about visiting Harlow Museum. They have hundreds of old black and white photographs

of how Harlow used to be. There are also copies of the local papers, the Citizen and the Star, which include adverts for local shops and factories advertising jobs.

Bill Lewis (Who grew up and lived in the Downs for many years). Harlow Citizen’s Advice

Got a problem you think you might need legal advice about? Don’t know what to do or where to go

for help? Harlow Citizens Advice is there to help

and with its new Law Clinic you can now get a free 30 minute appointment with a specialist solicitor. All appointments are in Harlow Citizens

Advice offices at 13-15 East Gate and the solicitors can advise on legal issues relating to housing, family, debt, welfare, employ- ment, immigration, wills and probate, crime, medical negligence and personal injury. This is a really valuable new service and

if you would like to make use of it, or find out a bit more, please call into Harlow Citizens Ad vice offices Monday to Friday between 10am and 4pm or call 0344 477 0808 and our friendly staff will do their best to help you.


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