Harlow is 70: July Events

Planned events for July: · Potter Street Academy 70th birthday picnic – private school event Fri, 30/06/2017 – 12:00 · Harlow Museum – The Art of the Garden Party – Sun, 02/07/2017 – 13:00 · Parndon Mill – Picture Harlow Sun, 02/07/2017 – 14:00 – throughout July · Art and the New Town The Influence […]

Harlow’s Citizens Advice issue energy ratings

EXTRA Energy has received the lowest score of Citizens Advice’s star rating system for energy suppliers for the second time – with a lower overall score.

Crowds flock to The Stow Fayre

THE crowds came out for a lovely day at The Stow on Saturday at the fayre.

Race for Life at North Weald Airfield

RACE for Life is thousands of women of all ages and abilities, uniting with one purpose. To raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Leading Professor spreads the word on #last1000 days at PAH

THE PAH welcomed world renowned Professor Brian Dolan, who visited A&E and other wards, to talk about his ground breaking work on Highlighting his #last1000days campaign, Professor Dolan presented to the trust board then met with key clinical staff around the site. The Last 1000 Days campaign is a vehicle for drawing attention to patients’ […]

New Lord-Lieutenant appointed in Essex

HER Majesty The Queen has appointed a new Lord-Lieutenant of Essex to replace Lord Petre when he retires in August after 15 years as the Royal representative in the County.

Sun shines on Old Harlow Market Fayre

IT was a lovely day down at Old Harlow as residents and traders put on a fayre on Saturday afternoon.

Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here: Atilla The Stockbroker

NOW THERE is a name from the past. To many, Atilla the Stockbroker encapsulated the spirit of post punk in the late seventies onwards.

Harlow’s Citizens Advice launch new CV project

CITIZENS Advice Harlow has launched an exciting new volunteering project for individuals that want to enhance their CV whilst gaining real life work experience.

Lok “N” Store a collection point for victims of West London tower blaze

KIND natured Harlow residents have organised a collection point for this wishing to help victims of the Grenfell Road tower blaze.

Find a home for Harlow cat Tilly

CATS Protection Harlow, Epping Forest & District Branch is looking for a forever home for Tilly, who has been in foster care for longer than they’d like.

Stewards Academy medal in rocket building competition

HARLOW students have entered the space race, triumphing in the national finals of a rocket building competition by taking first and third place.

People of Harlow asked if they can care

PEOPLE across Harlow are being asked to ‘Think Carer’ during this year’s Carers Week to help raise awareness of the needs of unpaid carers, help them to access support and create carer friendly communities.

We need your help to spread the good news about Harlow

SINCE we launched in July 2013, Your Harlow has published over 8,000 news items. Our aim is to add to the news in Harlow: To celebrate the good and to also report on “the bad”.

Harlow homes set to open their gates for St Clare

MORE than 21 venues will be opening their gates to the public in aid of St Clare Hospice during their 23rd annual Open Gardens Weekend.

St Mark students visit Battlefields

IN April, we travelled to France and Belgium, as a part of our history trip – to well and truly understand the consequences of the First World War.

Housebuilder gives much-loved Harlow charity a boost

A CHARITY raising cash to help teach people with Down’s Syndrome how to swim has been handed a £1,000 boost.

Dragons’ Den candidate visits Little Parndon Primary

THE enterprise project will see each year group working on their own ideas, with special selling afternoons taking place in the coming weeks, with the most succesful groups reinvesting to take take part in a cross-BMAT sale in Harlow’s Harvey Centre on June 20th.

National Citizens Service visit Stewards Academy

STEWARDS Academy welcomed representatives from the National Citizen Service (NCS) in to a recent year 11 assembly to celebrate our achievement in getting students involved. With 70 students ready to take part in this year’s programme Stewards is number one in Essex and second in both Hertfordshire and Essex.

Great Parndon scouts go bright for St Clare

DURING the week of 22-28 May St Clare supporters took part in the Hospice’s first ever ‘Go Bright’ campaign, which saw a flurry of bright events and celebrations take place across West Essex and East Herts – raising awareness and funds for the Hastingwood-based charity.

Blogspot: Living with Luke: Part 77

There once was a man who had a dog. The dog didn’t have a name, it was just ‘the dog’, but it followed its master everywhere he went. Which was weird, because The Man didn’t even like dogs.

Harlow headteacher supports volunteering at St Clare Hospice

TO kick off Volunteers’ Week, today we’re sharing with you a lovely story from a lovely lady – Val Jones, a Day Therapy volunteer here at St Clare. Val has been with us for 5 years now, giving her time to us every Thursday…

Ambulance service celebrate volunteers in Harlow

THE legion of ambulance service supporters are being celebrated to mark National Volunteers’ Week.

Razed Roof awarded with Queen’s Award

RAZED Roof Theatre Group, Harlow, Rayleigh Baptist Church Carers Café and Crossing Boundaries, Westcliff-on-Sea have been recognised with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services for 2017


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