Glow with the flow at the St Clare Hospice Midnight Walk

GET your glow sticks at the ready and grab your friends and family because St Clare Hospice’s Midnight Walk is coming, and you’re invited to the party! On Saturday 1 July, Harlow will be set to ‘light up the night’ for St Clare when its annual neon-themed sponsored 5k and 10k walk takes to the streets for the ninth time in what promises to be the biggest Midnight Walk party yet.

Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here: Barbara Timcke

WE caught up with Harlow resident, Barbara Timcke at the Life Writing Group at The Hare.

Stewards Academy raise over £1000 for charity

STEWARDS Academy year eight charity representatives excelled themselves on Red Nose Day as the Academy raised over £1000 for the charity.

Kingsmoor Primary students impressed by appliance of science at Stewards

STEWARDS Academy played host to Kingsmoor Academy when the pupils visited Stewards to take part in a number of science investigations all related to water. Year 3 – 6 pupils set off Hydrogen/Oxygen Rockets making water in the process. They got to use a Bunsen burner and they tested different foods for the presence of water.

Kind hearts donate Easter Eggs to Princess Alexandra Hospital patients

ON Good Friday Dolphin Ward at Princess Alexandra had some lovely visitors bearing gifts for those unfortunate enough to be in hospital over the Easter period.

Hard-hitting campaign targets women in Harlow the smoke during pregnancy

NEW figures have revealed that during 2015/16, around one in ten pregnant women in Essex were smokers at the time of having their babies.

Travel back in time to 1947 with Herts and Essex Community Farm

TRAVEL back in time to 1947 as Herts and Essex Community Farm celebrate the 70th birthday of Harlow New Town.

Essex Youth Service needs Harlow citizens

THINK you can help make a difference to the lives of young adults this summer? Essex Youth Service needs you!

Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here: Sylvia Portnow: The road from Tottenham

OUR interview with Sylvia Portnow is the first in a series from the Manor Hatch Sheltered Accommodation on Tumbler Road.

Harvey Centre sponsor Rotary Abseil at Church Langley Water Tower

HARLOW Tye Rotary Club is giving local people the opportunity to raise money for the charities and organisations that they care about.

North Weald Bassett Parish Council presents Citizen of the Year awards

A man who has written a book charting the history of Thornwood and who is described as “a keen supporter of everything that goes on in the village” has received North Weald Bassett Parish Council’s Citizen of the Year award.

St Clare Hospice urge Harlow schools to “Go Bright”

ST Clare Hospice is calling on their local schools, workplaces and community groups across West Essex and East Hertfordshire to put their creative fundraising skills to the test by taking part in their first ever ‘Go Bright for St Clare’ campaign.

Former Canadian trainee teacher at Stewards Academy returns

STEWARDS Academy was thrilled to welcome back former Newfoundland trainee teacher Dr Robert Anstey for a flying visit last week. Dr Anstey has remained in close contact with his former History department colleague Deputy Headteacher Marie Erwood, since he completed his teacher training at Stewards in 1994.

Double Your Spirit sing up Harlow is 70 at the Herald!

ON the weekend that Harlow celebrated it’s 70th Birthday, local choir “Double Up Your Spirit” celebrated their 1st Birthday with a special concert at their rehearsal base in The Herald pub in Sumners.

Rainbow Services throw wonderful Harlow is 70 party

IT was absolutely packed when our reporter turned up to the Rainbow Services Harlow is 70 party at the Great Parndon Community Centre on Saturday afternoon.

Teen with links to Harlow missing

POLICE are looking for information to find two 15-year-olds, on of whom has links with Harlow.

Teenager stabbed in Church Langley

ESSEX Police are appealing for information after a teenager was stabbed in Church Langley on Tuesday night. Police were called to Church Langley Way on Tuesday night at 10.15pm.

St Clare announce service for bereaved children

ST Clare Hospice has announced the launch of a new Children’s Bereavement Service following the receipt of a major grant from BBC Children in Need.

Police to take no further action after man falls from car

ESSEX Police have said they plan to take no further action after a man fell from a car on Tumbler Road in Harlow.

Teenager robbed on cycle track near Tripton Road

ESSEX Detectives are appealing for witnesses to a robbery in which a woman was threatened with a knife.

Happy Holi from Kiddi Caru!

KIDDI Caru’s Day nursery in Harlow was a riot of colour yesterday as the children and staff enjoyed celebrating Holi.

Woman receives serious head injury after road traffic incident on Southern Way

ESSEX Police are appealing for witnesses to a serious road traffic collision in Southern Way, Harlow, at around 7.30pm yesterday, Tuesday, March 14.

Man falls from moving car on Tumbler Road

A MAN has been taken to hospital after reportedly falling out of a car in Harlow.

Burnt Mill staff take on 24 hour cycling challenge

STAFF at Burnt Mill Academy took part in a 24 hour cycling challenge through Friday and Saturday (March 10th and 11th).


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