DURING the past few years, BATTS have put massive efforts into coaching youngsters at BATTS. With the current explosion of interest in table tennis they have often been asked whether they provide coaching for senior players. A spokesperson said: “I am pleased to announce that we shall now be launching a ten-week course which will […]
THE extension of First Stop’s fast fit network has continued to accelerate with the addition of Uncle Tom’s Motorist Centre.
FOLLOWING reports that a fireworks display in the area caused a horse to sustain fatal injuries when the animal bolted in fear,
A ceremony to honour the efforts of officers, staff and volunteers took place last night and saw 15 awards presented by Chief Constable Stephen Kavanagh.
THROUGHOUT the course of Hospice Care Week (9th – 15th October) Hastingwood-based charity, St Clare Hospice, campaigned.
THE Harvey Centre in Harlow is set to host a day of FREE, VERY spooky fun from 11am – 4pm on Saturday 28th October.
HARLOW parents are being reminded to apply for their children’s secondary school places as the deadline for applications looms.
PRINCESS Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) has welcomed the support of Harlow MP Robert Halfon in its ambition for a new hospital, which he has raised in Parliament.
The trust has been highlighting the need for a new build hospita
A Harlow resident has had a lucky escape thanks to their neighbour who spotted smoke in their home in Gladwin Way (old Sportscentre area) and called 999.
A MAN has been charged following the search of an address in The Briars Harlow on Thursday, October 19.
STEWARDS Academy recently hosted a production funded by the Essex County Council Youth Strategy Group called ‘Chelsea’s Choice’.
BROADCASTER Steve Lamacq has a special relationship with The Square. He started his journalism career at the Harlow Citizen and has gone onto become a highly accomplished broadcaster and journalist with the BBC.
A WOMAN has pled guilty to a number of acts of criminal damage in the market square in Harlow.
HARLOW library has been put on the market by Essex County Council.
GROOMING offences against children have risen an alarming 64 per cent across England and Wales in just one year, new statistics show.
THE wonderful Harlow Steel Band entertained shoppers in the Water Gardens on Saturday afternoon.
A FREE programme designed to support young people aged 14-18 in Harlow learn valuable skills is set to run during the half-term holiday. The course has a number of engaging workshops run by experienced business owners and young entrepreneurs. Tha Tweet
THE family and friends of former councillor for Old Harlow, Muriel Jolles, attended a tree planting in her memory, following her death earlier this year. She had represented Old Harlow for twelve years until 2016 when she stood down. Her family chose a site at Garden Terrace Road to plant an almond tree, three years […]
SEVEN people have been arrested in connection with a series of burglaries across three counties after warrants were carried out in Harlow this morning.
THE HARLOW Town Centre action plan was discussed at the last meeting of the ruling Labour cabinet.
HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon delivered a vital speech in which he promoted the idea of new hospital for Harlow.
TWO houses in Harlow, both believed to have been used by gangs as a base to deal drugs, have been closed down by the courts.
WE asked Harlow Council to tell us where residents can locate advice regarding Universal Credit. They told us that there is an article on page 15 of the current edition of Harlow Times that provides information on the help Harlow Council can provide (you can find the e-edition at www.harlow.gov.uk/harlow-times) Further information can be found […]
HARLOW Playhouse and BBC Music Introducing in Essex join forces to present a very special series of live gigs, all hand-picked to nurture