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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).

Ofsted praise for Sunflower Sherards pre-school

OFSTED have praised a Harlow pre-school. Sunflower Sherards is based at Ployters Road and was inspected in January. The report states: Staff and parents work together to help children settle into pre-school. The successful partnerships offer children ongoing support and help them to enjoy pre-school experiences. Children benefit from the opportunities to learn outdoors. Staff […]

Tea Party to celebrate Harlow’s 70th birthday

RAINBOW Services is set to hold a tea party to celebrate Harlow’s 70th birthday.

Big clean up success around Harlow

TEAMS of Harlow residents spent the weekend cleaning up the town.

Get into walking in Harlow

HARLOW Council is working in partnership with Active Harlow and Walking Health to provide Volunteer Walk Leader Training.

Stewards Academy Ski Trip 2017

STEWARDS Academy returned to the beautiful heights of Austria for a fun filled week of skiing and activities. Upon arrival to the fantastic region of Eben, the group was greeted with beautiful blue skies and warm sunny weather, a feature that would remain with them for almost the entirety of the week.

Logo designed for Harlow is 70

This is the official logo which will celebrate Harlow’s 70th birthday.

Record number of dogs for St Clare winter walkies

From Pugs to Poodles, and Labradors to Lurchers, more than 100 dogs of all shapes and sizes joined St Clare Hospice’s annual pooch parade when the charity hosted its popular Winter Walkies event on Sunday (26 February).

Healthwatch Ambassador wins Lifetime Achievement Award

HEALTHWATCH Essex Ambassador wins prestigious national Lifetime Achievement Award for achieving ‘sustained positive change’

Harlow couple encourage others to foster

A caring couple who have helped change the lives of more than 60 children across three decades are encouraging other Essex families to consider fostering.

Community classes at Latton Green and Longwood

NET Academies Trust is proud of our work within the community. As part of our vision to develop children into global citizens we employ a family support worker Miss Newton, who shares our vision in developing children and engaging parents in our academy cluster.

Volunteers give Harlow Town Park a lift

A team of 16 volunteers have boosted their prospects and improved a local green space by joining a course in Harlow Town Park.

Fostering February: Children First there to help Harlow

As part of their Fostering February drive, we went along to their offices to speak to Michelle Mitchell and ask her what happens when a “referral” is placed on her desk.

Harlow is 70: Why They Came Here: Roy Henderson

AS part of our series of interviews called Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here, we interviewed Longfield resident, Roy Henderson.

Emergency closure at Tany’s Dell school due to mass sickness bug

A HARLOW primary school has declared an emergency due to a mass sickness bug in the school.

Funding available for youth projects in Harlow

VOLUNTARY and community organisations working with young people in Harlow are set to benefit from grants totalling £160,000 over the next two years.

Still time to support Fostering February

FOSTERING February is now well underway with Children First. It is part of a profile raising campaign shared with www.fostercarers.com Children First along with the other agencies in the National Fostering Agency Group are promoting and supporting activities to increase awareness around the need for fostering families!

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