THIS summer, St Clare Hospice’s perennially popular Open Gardens event is back for its 25th year, with eight wonderful, local green spaces still set to open throughout the Harlow area.
A MIXED team of players took up the invitation to attend the East Anglian fours event last week with very good results
THE applications HW/CRB/19/00220 and HW/CRB/19/00221 have been submitted to both Harlow council and East Herts council, as the application sites are within both districts. Harlow and East Herts are managing these applications jointly. However, all application documents and comments will be put on the East Herts council website. https://www.harlow.gov.uk/garden-town Both Harlow and East Herts will […]
CHILDREN have launched a campaign to tackle the “dangerous” road outside their village school.
A FIRST-of-its-kind project has already helped hundreds of victims of sexual abuse and rape in Essex get access specialist support more quickly.
ESSEX Police are putting a dispersal order in place in Harlow in response to a planned car meet at the Oaks Retail Park.
SEVERAL Harlow Running Club members spent a warm and sunny Sunday morning on Southend seafront while competing in the town’s Half Marathon.
THE line up of local acts and performers which will be part of the Harlow Carnival End of the Show Show has been confirmed. The live music and dance show will take place on Sunday 30 June from 2.30pm to 4.30pm in Market Square.
Report by Nicholas Taylor of the Harlow Alliance Party A Public Enquiry was held by a Planning Inspector at the Latton Bush Centre on Tuesday 11 June. HAP and one Conservative Councillor attended the enquiry in the public gallery along with just 15 people, testament to the failure of Essex County Council’s publicity in attracting […]
A BUSINESS-focused school has employed heads of department and senior creators among its teenagers.
A POPULAR primary school is looking to double the number of pupils it enrols each year.
THE short life of James Seymour as read by Harlow councillor Shannon Jezzard.
IT was National Cupcake Day for the Alzheimer’s society this week to raise money, and so they sold cupcakes that were made by the staff and residents. Running alongside that they had their own ‘Ashlyn Cupcake Bake Off’ with cupcakes that were made by the staff and residents here at Ashlyn. This competition was judged […]
Longwood Primary Academy set to host summer fete. Full details on poster.
ROBERT Halfon, MP for Harlow, has boldly stepped up his campaign to bring an end to the tethering of horses around Harlow, taking his case to Michael Gove, the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
HARLOW Ladies enjoyed a very wet and windy Tour to West Norfolk Rugby Club at the weekend.
ONE in three in social care arrears with more than 7,000 facing debt collectors, GMB Union study shows At least 12,000 People in the East of England are trapped in social care debt, a study by GMB Union has revealed. The shocking figures, discussed at GMB’s Annual Congress in Brighton this week amount to a […]
ON Saturday 15th June, Scarlet Vintage & Retro will host an Open Day to show off their brand-new wedding and occasion wear shop!
THE ‘Parents, Did You Know?’ campaign is launching a number of events across Essex over the coming year which parents can sign up to, or just drop by on the day.
Cricket: MCC set to come to Harlow CC. Full details on poster.
Citizens Advice Harlow welcomes new Chief Executive Officer Citizens Advice is delighted to announce the appointment of Ayub Khan as its new CEO. Chair, board of trustees, John Barber said: “It is with great pleasure that we are able to announce that Ayub Khan will be joining us as CEO. The role of a […]
DENTAL health professionals encourage daily teeth brushing, but what if you are urgently admitted to hospital and don’t have a toothbrush?
WE ARE just under three weeks away now from this year’s Harlow Carnival on Sunday 30 June 2019. The carnival parade will set off from Harlow Rugby Club at 12 noon and make its way down Howard Way to The Stow.
SIX hundred-and-forty-six people were counted marching on County Hall on Saturday at the Carnival for Libraries in Chelmsford. They braved the wind and rain in response to Essex County Council plans to close sixty per cent of the county’s libraries.