ON the weekend that Harlow celebrated it’s 70th Birthday, local choir “Double Up Your Spirit” celebrated their 1st Birthday with a special concert at their rehearsal base in The Herald pub in Sumners.
Galaxy Cheerleading Academy started it’s first competitive year in September 2010, entering their first competition in July 2011. Based at Harlow Gymnastics Club, Sumners Leisure Centre, the squad attracted a wide range of ages not just from Harlow, but the rest of Essex, Hertfordshire and London.
WE CAN tell you that it was muddy out there at the Katherines Pond on Saturday morning but that did not stop community builder, Kelly Tarling, local residents and councillors from getting their wellies on and getting stuck in.
AS part of the Harlow Community Builder Trial, residents in the Katherines ward of Harlow have been consulted to find out what concerns them in their area and what they would be willing to get involved in improving. As a result of this consultation Kelly Tarling, the Rainbow Services Community Builder, has planned a Community Day for Saturday 18th January. The plan is to start to clear the Church End Pond site, to make it more accessible to the community, and to encourage the wildlife to return for everyone to enjoy. The work will involve several partners and local organisations and the plan is to bring this great idea to life.
HARLOW residents and civic representatives gathered at the Kingsmoor Centre to pay tribute to the life of Nelson Mandela. The evening was organised by Bush Fair councillor, Daniella Pritchard. Among the guests were Harlow MP, Robert Halfon and chair of Harlow Council, Linda Pailing. Harlow has always had close links with the anti-apartheid struggle, re-naming […]
FRIENDS of Milwards primary school set to hold Christmas Fayre. Lots to do and lots to see.
MILWARDS primary school has been celebrating this week after receiving a glowing report from Ofsted. A year ago, the school was judged to be “Satisfactory” but just twelve months later, the school has made a great leap forward. By all accounts, the school, in a number of areas is “knocking on the door” of achieving an even greater rating.