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.
THERE been more evidence of Bush Fair’s Labour Councillor’s being prepared to get their hands dirty this weekend.
THE DEPUTY Lord-Lieutenant of Essex came to town on Wednesday night to present awards to Harlow’s Police Cadets.
RAINBOW Services has entered into a partnership with Harlow and District Chamber of Commerce to deliver a new project which will facilitate a more structured approach to Corporate Social Responsibility
FIVE scouts from Harlow are looking forward to joining 40,000 young people from around the world for a once in a lifetime adventure. This unprecedented number of Harlow scouts made it through the onerous selection process
HERTS and Essex Community Farm are very happy to announce the four projects that will be presenting at Harlow Soup on Thursday 22nd February! Here are the project names and brief summary: Livewire – Funding for Mindfulness sessions with young people. Public Piano – Funding for pianos to be placed in public places around the […]
MAKE Believe Worldwide Ltd are proud to announce the success of 8 children who successfully auditioned and appeared in last night’s Celebrity Big Brother (15 Jan 2018) featuring Ann Widdecombe and Wayne Sleep.
SIX new volunteer-run community libraries could be coming to Essex as a result of the recent consultation on the County Council’s mobile library service.
A NEW community project Harlow SOUP is launching this February with a Crowdfunder campaign to kick-start this community crowdfunding idea. Harlow SOUP is a series of community crowdfunding events that promote community development by raising money for new projects in Harlow, encouraging positive action and creating opportunities for new ideas. The remit is that each […]
PACT for Autism has sent a huge thank you to Harlow Lions Club for their donation of £200, raised at the Victorian Christmas fair held in St John’s Arts and Recreation Centre in Old Harlow.
FIVE scouts from Harlow have made it through the arduous selection process and have been chosen to represent Essex and the UK at the World Scout Jamboree in West Virginia, USA in 2019.
Aspiring chefs were put through their paces at Burnt Mill Academy following a visit from professional chef Ben Nottage.
FOSTER carers have recently become eligible for 30 hours of free childcare a week.
THE NEW chief executive of Rainbow Services, Jemma Mindham has praised the work of Harlow groups on Local Charities Day. A government initiative ear-marked Friday as Local Charities Day. A number of charities held stalls on the Broad Walk in Harlow. We caught up with Ms Mindham in order to find out more about the […]
Come and visit Santa at Pet’s Corner. Full details on poster.
By Alfie Baker ON Thursday night, Ian Beckett, Harlow Labour Councillor, along with his colleagues organised the first ever Christmas light up at Bush Fair as a way to bring the close knit community together; the event consisted of late night shopping, dance music, a visit from santa at the toy shop, the Passmores choir […]
By Alfie Baker FOR over a quarter of a century, Woodcroft resident Paul Blake has been illuminating the area with his marvellous Christmas lights. For the past six years, he has bee raiding money for St Clare Hospice. We popped down to Woodcroft (just off Abercrombie way to speak to Paul about his lights. You […]
THE HARLOW Chinese community has received a £10,000 cash boost from the lottery.
Harlow Air Cadets Open Day. Full details on poster.
Mark Hall Christmas Concert in Old Harlow. Full details on poster. Click on poster for full details.