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.
THE sun came out on Saturday and shone on those who attended the St Mary at Latton Summer Fete.
THE GREAT Get-Together was celebrated on Abercrombie Way in Harlow on Saturday. Harlow’s event joined hundreds across the country as a legacy of the work undertaken by murdered MP, Jo Cox. There were a number of stalls but there was also a larger area of seating where people could pop down for a cuppa and […]
RAINBOW Services are thrilled to announce the launch of an exciting new youth project on Monday 26th June 2018.
KIDDI Caru’s Harlow day nursery is playing host to a day of fun on Saturday 7th July, in aid of Home-Start UK.
The Great Get Together is coming to Harlow. Full details on posters.
IT’S summer and for Harlow Arts Council and Harlow Museum that means only one thing – it’s time for the annual Art of the Garden Party.
RESIDENTS in the east of Harlow were left fuming after their bins were left uncollected for weeks.
Time Detectives at Harlow Museum this Saturday (May 12th). Places are limited so please book. Play | Learn | Create at Harlow Museum & Science Alive http://www.science-alive.co.uk Tweet
ALL monies raised go towards a garden at the Dementia ward at Princess Alexandra Hospital.
ON Saturday 31st March, Herts & Essex Community Farm will be hosting their annual Easter event at the Fold Croft site from 12-2pm, where children can join in with a traditional Easter Egg hunt with every child going away with an egg. Entrance is £2 per child with free entry for all adults and any children not participating in the hunt.
AN historically significant pond located within the Fountain Farm Supported Housing scheme in Tye Green Village received a make-over on Saturday thanks to Bush Fair Cllr Mark Ingall and a group of Labour volunteers.
RECENTLY, the very first Harlow SOUP event took place at Phoenix Live raising £327.21 for homeless charity Streets2Homes.
SIX Guides from Third Harlow Guides were recently presented with their Baden Powell Awards, the highest award a Guide can get. To gain the qualification, the girls had to complete 10 clauses from five zones: Healthy Lifestyle, Global Awareness, Discovery, Skills and Relationships, Celebrating Diversity and provide evidence as to how they met the requirements. […]
MOMENTUM Harlow was absolutely delighted that U-First Harlow Film Club were able to take over the running of the free family film show which many of our members had put so much into planning.