MAY I suggest you investigate the difficulty of getting appointments at Lister House Surgery, despite it being a new purpose built building aimed at providing advanced services to Great Parndon residents.
ONE of the pleasures of being the Leader of Harlow Council is being given the chance to visit some of the more secret, behind the scenes spaces, where so much of the work that makes Harlow such a special place to live, goes on.
I wish to thank you for your article about the Chris Williamson public meeting controversy: “Harlow Council leader responds to Tory questions of June 4”.
WE would like to thank Harlow Playhouse for allowing us to preview our Edinburgh and Camden fringe show, Backenders, at their iconic venue on Saturday 8th June.
Dear Editor, I am a disabled resident of Harlow and have lived here for 50 years. It used to be a town to be proud of. Sadly it’s fast becoming a dirty, run down and unsettling place. I rely on public transport due to my disabilities and over recent years the bus station has fallen […]
FOR the past few months working in education, I realised many things, but one really stood out. Every person whether they are young or old all have potential and have a unique set of talents.
“I want to thank those Harlow residents who voted Conservative on Thursday. The national context of these elections meant that it was always going to be an uphill challenge for the Conservative Party but the team in the East of England, led by Geoffrey Van Orden and John Flack, campaigned on a positive and local message.
I would like to send out my heartfelt thanks to everyone in Harlow who come out to vote Labour in last weeks election. It means even more considering the last minute nature of these elections.
DURING the last view weeks, I’ve been thinking about volunteering groups and what I felt makes volunteers want to volunteer.
MAY I thank all the people who voted for me and the support of my colleagues during the election period and throughout the year where we try and contact as many residents as possible.
LLl that you see above is probably what is needed to run a business but in my experience, I have seen this before but when I have seen similar operations, I am still pretty sure that the football team, the first eleven is at the very centre of the organisation, that what goes on between 3pm and 4.45pm is the very beating heart of what you do.
AS the Children’s Commissioner criticises the ‘postcode lottery’ of spending for low-level child mental health support, the NSPCC’s Campaigns Manager Emma Motherwell looks at the children’s mental health crisis.
A REFLECTION on what’s been a very personal placement. Through my degree I was fortunate to intern for six months with a Labour MP in Westminster.
THE NHS is currently consulting on possible changes to the law that could make it easier to bring in the big ideas for the health service set out in the NHS Long Term Plan.
Blogpost By Nishall Garala Exam season is fast approaching…. The dreaded season is fast approaching us… well if you’re a student you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about; exam season. Exam season; the most stressful term for any student in any educational establishment. So, this week’s blog is dedicated to all the students out there […]
Letter to Editor: “Why are Harlow’s Essex County Councillors misleading the public about libraries?”
Dear Editor, Why are Harlow’s Essex County Councillors misleading the public about libraries? “Books and reading are still far and away the top priority: that’s what 90% of users visit libraries for now and what survey respondents say is priority for the future.” That’s a quote from Essex County Council. It is found in the […]
Dear Robert Halfon, Your Constituents voted to Leave by a large majority in the EU. Referendum. Leaving the EU means that we make our own laws at Westminster which are supreme over EU Law, and gives us the power to trade with the whole world on our own terms, and control every aspect of our […]
Dear Editor, In your recent video with the Deputy Leader of the Conservative Group in Harlow Cllr Charles, I was left with a few questions in which I was hoping Joel would be willing to answer. 1. Does he, like the former National Co-Chair of the Conservative Party Sayeeda Warsi, believe Peter Lamb’s views are […]
Dear Editor, Last year I was privileged to have three paintings accepted for the annual Harlow art open exhibition. I was also delighted to have been awarded the first runner up prize and to sell two of the three works I had submitted. So it was with great disappointment that I read of the changes […]
Dear Sir, On Thursday night, I attended Harlow Council’s Cabinet meeting to ask two questions. They were: Why is this council so reluctant to call a Tenants’ meeting to discuss the increase, over many years, of the number of repairs made the responsibility of the council tenant? The reply was not exceptional and in the […]
Dear Editor, Brexit: No-Deal could see massive rise in food tariffs This is just a scare story based on fantasy. The EU relies on the UK because they buy far more from us than we do from them, especially their cars, and the last thing they want is food rotting at Calais in traffic jams; […]
WITH the recent resignation of seven MP’s from the Labour party due to racism and antisemitism, I am intrigued as to how the Harlow Labour party stand with these issues?
USING social media for some small business can be hard, even large ones struggle. For this week’s blog, I’m going to write about how to devise a social media strategy that will be the best for your brand/business/organisation.
JANUARY doesn’t start in January. It actually starts in February. How can January possibly start in January when you still have half of Christmas laying around?