ANOTHER day, another group of community minded individuals who are helping to clean up the town.
THE GOOD people of St John’s in Old Harlow have also been involved in the Great British Spring Clean.
THE BOSS of Caridon Property, owners of Templefields House came to Harlow last week to open a specially designed playground.
HARLOW-BASED Essex Police Cadet Harry Beavis pictured with former Chief Constable Stephen Kavanagh received the Outstanding Cadet award at the annual Volunteer Police Cadet parade.
Socialise with other people affected by dementia. Full details on poster.
OVER forty members of the 7th Harlow Scout Groups took part in the Big Spring Clean on Tuesday afternoon. Starting close to Nicholls Tower, they covered most of Tumbler Road including Nicholls Field and Spencers Croft. As you can see, even at the half way point they had already gathered several bags of rubbish. The […]
UNDER the Sea Great Parndon Library Lots of fun under the sea themed activities including helping to craft a beautiful seascape, build an octopus from waste plastic, go fishing and find the hidden sea creatures!
HOLY CROSS Catholic Primary Academy students and staff took part in a spring clean near to their Tracyes Road school.
TWO groups from St Mary Magdalene’s went out on The Harlow Big Spring Clean.
OVER 21,000 people responded to the Future of Libraries consultation which closed last month and now groups from all over the county have come forward interested in running community managed library services.
ON Sunday 24th March, a team from Caridon braved the cold weather and hard floor by sleeping rough in Boxpark Croydon for Sleep Out Croydon to raise money to support Evolve, a charity providing housing and support to over 2,000 people each year.
HARLOW SOUP, a community fundraising event, is seeking new submissions for its next event in May. Project submissions can be anything the only rule is that the project must benefit Harlow in some way.
OVER A dozen Harlow residents with a learning disability were treated to VIP treatment on Monday night.
THE nationally important and iconic church of St. Paul’s, Harlow Town Centre has been awarded a grant by National Churches Trust’s that will fund half the cost of surveys of the building to determine the extent and estimated cost of essential refurbishment.
ESSEX County Council’s Cabinet has today agreed to undertake a major consultation on the future strategy for the county’s libraries.
HARLOW Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate, Laura McAlpine, has responded to the Your Harlow article “Harlow MP vows to ‘clamp down on potholes’” posted earlier this week. Mr. Halfon had urged local residents to report any potholes to the Council and stated: “Our town and road infrastructure is riddles with potholes, and i want this to change. […]
THE SUN came out and shone down on the Bush Fair Fayre on Saturday.
ON Saturday 25th August Bush Fair will host a summer fayre for the local community. The Bush Fair Traders’ Association and local councillors, Ian Beckett, Eugenie Harvey and leader of the council, Mark Ingall are organising what promises to be a spectacular event
THE crowd-funding volunteer-led group, Harlow SOUP, has announced the four successful community projects set to take the stage at the next fundraising event at Pemberley Academy, Harlow.
A free music festival in Harlow’s Town Park is bringing communities together this Bank Holiday Weekend and supporting local artists to showcase their musical talents.
St Mary’s Church in Little Parndon to celebrate 150th anniversary. Full details on poster.
Come and get involved in the Bush Fair Fayre. Full details on poster.
Run Fun Day for Mind West Essex. Full details on posters.
ON Saturday 7th July 2 – 4pm, Herts & Essex Community Farm are hosting an afternoon cream tea complete with homemade scones, jams made from organic fruit grown at the site and unlimited tea & coffee. A pop-up farm shop will be open selling fruits, vegetables, jams, teas and more all for a donation to the farm.