Gold Standard College students achieve top A Level results JUST like GB’s golden relay team at the athletics World Championships, Harlow College sixth form students have struck gold with yet another set of stunning A Level results, despite national uncertainty over the new exam syllabuses. This is the first year that most A Levels have […]
STUDENTS and staff at St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School are today celebrating another fantastic year, with students once again achieving excellent results, with many going on to universities, often the first in their family. Another superb pass rate was achieved with 96% of all A level examinations passed and 62% with grades A*-C. A […]
TWO Harlow businesses have been named and shamed by the government after they were found to not be paying employees the minimum wage. Smiles Montessori Preschool (Bush Fair) Limited, Harlow CM18, failed to pay £3,904.90 to three workers. Wych Elm Car Wash Ltd, Harlow CM20, failed to pay £3,293.24 to five workers. They are among […]
TWO fairground workers have pleaded not guilty to the manslaughter of a girl who was fatally injured when the bouncy castle she was playing on blew away.
IT does appear that the Nicholls Field, which sits between Tumbler Road and the A414, isn’t cut as often as it used to be. In the times of local governments cuts that might be something people will have to get used to. But it does seem a shame that in a time of rapidly increasing […]
EARLIER this year, it was announced that the two top bosses at Harlow Council were leaving.
WORK is set to start on a new single point of contact for perpetrators of domestic abuse , thanks to funding from the Home Office.
The organisers are grateful to Harlow Council, Places for People, Phoenix Resource Centre & FJ Pinnock & Son for their support. It is hoped, that as well as showcasing the huge business, retail and community offer in and around Bush Fair.
BANK Holiday Monday, 28th August 2017 will see the home and garden of Sir Frederick Gibberd, the Master Planner of Harlow thrown open to visitors for an entry price of just £1 per person with 5 and unders FREE.
Heritage Day set for Old Harlow
Boston North Harlow Town 2 v 3 Dulwich Hamlet TWO goals in the last six minutes saw Dulwich Hamlet make a great fightback against Harlow Town at the Arena on Tuesday night. Dulwich had Harlow under pressure from the first minute when Dumaka forced a fine save from Patrick Lee but Ibrahim Kargo was able […]
ESSEX Police have yet to make any arrests or charge any person over an alleged chemical attack in Harlow last month (July).
HARLOW Running Club members Paul and Wendy Schroder had a busy weekend in Dublin. On Saturday morning they jogged round the Waterstown parkrun, Wendy finishing in 18th place out of 73 finishers in 27.50 and Paul was 19th in the same time. Two hours later they completed the Dublin Rock ‘n’ Roll 5K, Paul finishing […]
GEORGE Franks (10) and Owen Lambert (11) represented Harlow Judo Club in the Eastern Area Open Age Banded Championships. They travelled to Thetford, Norfolk to compete in the 3 mat area event. Both boys competed in the Minors group (age 8 to 11) and the standard of Judo was as usual very high and everyone […]
Accessing Harlow Council services today at the Civic Centre
HARLOW suffered another lose and are now in a real relegation battle. Having won the toss they elected to put Buckhurst Hill into bat. Harlow could not break the opening partnership of Buckhurst Hill who put on 146 before the first wicket fell. After that wickets went at at steady pace without any other batsman scoring much.
A Notice of Election has been published for the Toddbrook Ward for Harlow following the resignation of Councillor Rod Truan (Labour).
PICCOLO’S Walk & Wean events visit Harlow to help support parents wanting to give their little ones the most nutritious start in life
Mr Hayden told the magistrates he had occupied the property for 26 years before buying in it 2016 but did not instruct his solicitor to carry out usual conveyancing searches.
PREPARATIONS are well underway at The Harvey Centre for the arrival of a very special visitor – he’s sure to turn a few heads! On Saturday 19th August, shoppers are invited to come and meet Terry the T-Rex (and friends), who will be in the centre at intervals between 11am and 4pm.
OVER 800 people enjoyed a lovely afternoon at Herts and Essex Community Farm’s FARMFEST 2017. On a warm August afternoon, people flocked down to a wonderful relaxed day at the Fold Croft farm that has become a symbol of community in Harlow. The chair of Harlow Council, cllr Sue Livings attended but the day belonged […]
THE Hawks had started brightly, and striker Alex Read didn’t take long to get off the mark when he nodded home with just over half an hour played.
AS we went on our travels on Saturday afternoon, we came across the Harlow Town Brass Band playing at the Spurriers Cafe. An idyllic scene for a lovely August afternoon. Tweet
THIS is our 42nd film in our series of Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here films and can we just take this opportunity to say what a pleasure it has been to interview so many positive people who have chosen to live in this town. Not least of which is Chris Greenhill, who sat […]