Holy Cross Primary praised highly by Ofsted

OFSTED has praised Holy Cross Primary after conducting a short inspection at the Tracyes Road school.

Harlow nurse continues to raise awareness through charity

A HARLOW nurse and mother of two who is behind the charity The Metabolic Foundation has spoken about her journey and her desire to raise awareness for fatty oxidation disorder.

Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here: Sam Stopplecamp

IF there is a theme that is developing as we chronicle people’s journeys to Harlow, then it is that of family.

St Clare Hospice calls on Harlow businesses to take up £50 Challenge

ST Clare Hospice is calling on their local businesses across West Essex and East Hertfordshire to put their entrepreneurial skills and business acumen to the test by taking up the St Clare ‘£50 Challenge’.

A Week Of Tall Tales At Kiddi Caru Harlow

THE tradition of story telling was the centre of attention at Kiddi Caru’s Harlow day nursery, when the children celebrated National Story Telling Week recently.

Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here: Alan Powers

YOU know there are some people who are just: nice. Whether it was the way they were brought up or in their genes or indeed a trait that they developed a long the way, they are simply..nice.

Little Parndon achieves school’s best ever Ofsted rating.

LITTLE Parndon Primary Academy has been rated ‘Good’ in all areas by Ofsted following an inspection on 10th & 11th January 2017.

Blogpost: Reporting crime in Harlow

WE have a page on our sister site called The Hyperlocal Bible. It is series if video blogs made by our editor that, we hope,helps those who are thinking of running on line newspapers.

Harlow is 70: Why They Came Here: Nila Hibbert

IN 1968, Nila Hibbert came to Harlow from Sri Lanka. Since then, whether it is through her work as a nurse or her work as a community advocate, Nila has made a considerable impression in Harlow.

Enter Harlow’s Time Machine at Half-Term

ENTER Harlow’s Time Machine at Half Term. Full details on the poster.

Mock interviews at Stewards Academy

STEWARDS Academy recently welcomed members of our governing body and colleagues from local businesses and the community to assist in the annual Mock Interviews for our Year 11 students.

Harlow is 70: Why They Came Here: Florence Corker

ON SATURDAY morning, YH editor, Michael Casey presented a talk at Harlow Museum on the Why They Came Here project. In the audience was 91-year-old Florence Corker who had come to visit the museum from Devon.

Five Harlow residents fined for dumping rubbish

Rebecca Mitchell, of The Stow, was issued with an FPN after the Council received a report of various items being left in a communal stairwell. Mrs. Mitchell was subsequently issued with an FPN. Following non-payment of the FPN she was summonsed to Court. She was found guilty in her absence and fined £80 and ordered to pay court costs of £180, as well as a £30 victim surcharge.

Health champions hit target for Dry January

Cllr Ian Beckett and Gareth Clement reprised their successful partnership after raising a similar amount in 2015. With only a few hours left to go on 31st January this year they had raised a total of £1,013.75 including Gift Aid.

Brave Harlow police officer saves life of distressed woman

A Harlow officer located a missing woman and helped to save her life On the morning of January 28, Pc Matt Hughes from Harlow’s Local Policing Team, received a call to search for a missing woman. She had been taken to hospital earlier on in the day and left before receiving the medical treatment that […]

Old Harlow building completely destroyed by fire

FIRE Crews were called to a fire on Market Street in Old Harlow in the early hours of this morning (29 January).

Man fined thousands after fly-tipping on Harlow border

Sam Russell, 24, was sentenced to a 12-month community order for 150 hours unpaid work, after pleading guilty to fly-tipping three vanloads of waste in Hastingwood, North Weald and 15 black sacks of rubbish in Wickham Bishops Road, Hatfield Peverel.

Man stabbed in horrific attack in The Downs

POLICE Officers attended The Downs on Thursday January 26 at around 1.30pm, following reports that a man had been attacked with a claw hammer. Emergency services attended the scene and the man was taken to hospital in London with stab wounds. His injuries are not believed to be life threatening.

Did puppies abandoned near Harlow come from unlicensed puppy farm?

THE RSPCA believes two puppies found abandoned in Essex may have come from an unlicensed puppy farm.

Carers Trust Young Carers Awareness Day

CARERS Trust Young Carers Awareness Day on Thursday 26th January brings organisations across the UK together to raise awareness of the role of Young Carers.

Jazzercise at Harvey Centre on Essex Dementia Day

HARLOW Council’s Jazzercise session proved popular on Essex Dementia Day (Friday 20 January 2017) with around 30 older people taking part.

Mark Hall closed due to gas leak

MARK Hall Academy is closed due to a gas leak.

Paramedic praises Passmores student

A paramedic has written to the head of Passmores Academy praising the kindness of student who came to the aide of an elderly lady who suffered a fall.

Come and work in St Clare Hospice shop

ST Clare Hospice is supported in caring for local people with life-limiting illnesses by over 500 dedicated volunteers, with more than 250 of those kind-hearted individuals supporting the Hospice’s eight charity shops.


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