TWO Harlow school girls are proving they are among the best in the country at trampolining. Burnt Mill Academy students Shannon Waterman and Lois Tappenden represent their school in national competitions in the sport. Year 8 Shannon, a member of Flight Trampoline Club, has qualified for the British Schools Gymnastics Association National Trampoline Finals which […]
Harlow Council-backed affordable housing scheme slammed as residents face up to 200% service charge hike
RESIDENTS at a new flagship housing development in Harlow have expressed their shock and anger after receiving news that their monthly service charge bills are set to increase by nearly 200%!
ANDREW is described as being around 5ft 3ins tall and of stocky build. He has short, brown hair which is thinning and has a brown moustache and stubble.
THINK indoor and outdoor seating for 680 people, plus vibrant food and drinks pop-ups; all next to brand-new exciting leisure and social entertainment…That’s The Hall! Lakeside’s hottest street-food vibe. The Hall is the brand new out-of-town concept from Market Halls, who have two major central London sites in Fulham and Victoria redefining the British concept […]
A DRIVER of a car involved in a collision earlier this month has yet to be traced.
SENIOR decision makers at businesses in the East of England are some of the least likely in the country to lose important documents, like receipts (55%), according to new figures released today. The poll, run by YouGov for HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), also found some of the highest levels of support for having all […]
IF you are looking for somewhere to take the family this February half-term why not find out more about Harlow’s history and visit the beautiful Harlow Museum & Gardens just off Muskham Road?
A HARLOW sixth-former is taking on a sky-dive for a very worthy cause.
A TWO bedroom mid terrace family home with a good size lounge/ diner, upstairs there are the two double bedrooms with a bathroom and separate WC. This property is set away from the main road overlooking a green and being offered with no onward chain.
Make a Will Week in support of Accuro 2019 FROM 11th – 16th March, Longmores Solicitors and Baxter Harries are each offering a free will writing service in exchange for a donation to Accuro (Care Services), a local charity supporting people with disabilities in West Essex. This will be an opportunity for residents to make […]
LOOK out for pop-up performances involving drama, humour, sculpture and dance. The project will be exploring issues of conflict between minorities/majorities- who has the power and how does this shape our stories?
GRATNELLS is the latest company to be awarded the prestigious Manufacturing Guild Mark from The Furniture Makers’ Company after successfully passing the rigorous independent audit.
ROYDON Primary Academy prides itself on having a reading culture and doing all it can to encourage children to read for pleasure.
Year 6 reading leaders – chosen as ambassadors to encourage peers to read – decided the library needed to have a makeover to reflect its importance in the school.
HARLOW Running Club hosted the third race of four of the East Herts and West Essex Cross Country League, on an unseasonably warm Sunday morning, over a 5 mile course on the fields and woods between Newhall and Church Langley
A CHARITY night called the Not The Royal Variety Show raised hundreds for a local Harlow cause. Hosted by Clare Harrison McCartney, the night at Burnt Mill Social Club ranged from the eccentric to the ridiculous to the fabulous. There was laughter and tears as the musical acts took the audience on an emotional journey […]
EVERY week, we will be showcasing the properties estate agents Howick and Brooker have for sale and for rent.
ESSEX Police want to speak to this man about an assault on a taxi driver in Harlow.
A TALENTED Harlow netball player is asking for help to get her to South Africa in the summer.
TRADITIONAL peak and off-peak rail fares face the axe under sweeping changes being proposed for the UK’s train ticketing system reports the BBC. The Rail Delivery Group (RDG), which represents train operators, wants to eliminate the “cliff edge” between peak and off-peak prices. It argues that this would reduce overcrowding. Also, tap-in, tap-out rail fares […]
ESSEX Police is appealing for information about an aggravated burglary in Harlow where men impersonated police officers to gain entry to the property. Two men knocked at an address in Waterhouse Moor at around 8.55pm yesterday, Sunday, February 17, and claimed to be police officers investigating a burglary at the address. The occupants challenged the […]
POLICE were called to a bingo hall in Harlow after reports of a disturbance .
LOCAL fine artist Jack Freeman, recently stopped by Passmores Academy to hold an interactive portraiture session for pupils and staff. Jack demonstrated the techniques and styles that he most often uses within his portraiture work as well as his use of charcoal as his material of choice.
SHOWING the humorous side, Liz and Kirsten’s previous exhibition in 2016 “Silver Fish and Vermin” looked at the subject of creatures normally rejected and seen with distain. They took this show to Hastings after its successful debut at Parndon Mill. Now they have decided to examine “Goodness” similarly, in all its connotations from angelic and heroic to shocking and possibly stomach churning.
International Women’s Day exhibition at Gatehouse Arts. Full details on poster.