Rumplestiltskin. Half Term Fun. Full details on poster.
The Three Degrees 3 Oct Theatre 1 WHEN you hear the name, The Three Degrees, you immediately think of their most famous song, “When Will I See You Again”, and the vision of three beautiful ebony women, perfectly coordinated in both their dance routines and their vocal harmonies. True, “When Will I See You Again” […]
THE Conservative Group has slammed the Labour Group at Full Council for failing the residents of Harlow over the local plan. A total of just 72 organisations and individuals made representations to the recent consultation represents a failure of the Labour-run council to adequately engage Harlow residents on the future of their town. Localism was […]
The Ghost of Chesterton House 26 Oct — 27 Oct A woman seeks the company of a lodger to help exorcise the ghostly vision that haunts her. However, as night creeps in, strange shadows lurk in the dark, and in a seemingly deserted village you will never be alone. Objects move, lights fail and fear […]
NEW homes developments under construction may look like exciting places to explore, but the developer is warning children and their parents that they can be extremely hazardous.
M25 anticlockwise between J27 (M11) and J26 (Waltham Abbey) – three lanes blocked by an accident involving a lorry in the Bell Common tunnel.
OPENING times for pharmacies and GP practices in Harlow, Epping Forest and Uttlesford this Bank Holiday Monday (27 August) are now available.
Dear Sir, It’s high time the Tories started to invest in our policing but are current plans enough? Since the Tories came to power, initially with their Lib Dem allies, we have seen unprecedented cuts to policing numbers. There are now 648 fewer front line police officers in Essex than there were in 2010. This […]
2100 hrs A NUMBER of police vehicles plus a dog unit are searching the Tumbler Road area of Harlow. Officers from the dog unit have told YH that they are searching for a motorcyclist that they would like to speak to. May or not be wearing a helmet. If members of the public see him […]
IT became clear whilst out canvassing before the local elections earlier this year that some residents had concerns about the lack of tree maintenance being carried out by Harlow Council in recent years.
HARLOW AC’s Beth Harryman has just won Gold and Silver at the Eastern regional champs in Peterborough. Beth is a heptathlete who also competes in individual events. She won Gold in U20 women’s high jump and silver in the shot putt. Beth also competed the weekend before in the East of England schools Combined Events […]
WEST Essex and East Herts charity, St Clare Hospice, is inviting local businesses to put the pedal to the metal to help raise vital funding. The St Clare Corporate Go-Karting Race Night returns once again!
Should the Harlow Playhouse been shut so Countess of Wessex could be granted a private viewing of a show?
ON Monday night, Harlow Playhouse “tweeted” that they would be shut on Tuesday morning for a private event. On Tuesday morning, we discovered that the theatre, funded by the taxpayer, was shut, so that the Countess of Wessex, funded by the taxpayer, could have a private showing of a performance by theatre group, Razed Roof. […]
TRAFFIC woes on the M25 and with knock on effects for Harlow.
THE leader of the Harlow Conservatives has slammed the cost of the expanded new Labour cabinet unveiled at Harlow Council last week. In one of new leader, Cllr Mark Ingall’s acts, he has increased the number of cabinet posts in his group. He has created a number of new ones such as Equality and Diversity […]
HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon has called on Essex Police to take more action as he fears that Harlow Town Centre is under threat of becoming a “No Go Zone”.
THE maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) will be reduced to £2 under new rules unveiled by the government reports the BBC.
TWO Harlow teenagers are set to stand trial accused of “maliciously causing” another to take a “zombie drug” spice.
THE PRINCESS Alexandra Hospital Charity does a lot of great work to raise funds for the hospital. They have had a lot of events, so we asked a spokesperson to sum it up. A spokesperson said:”We had a golf day at Canons Brook Golf Club with 50 players playing to raise money for bed chairs […]
EVEN IN THE year where Harlow Labour took the council, the Conservatives won this ward by 553 votes. In 2015 (A General Election year), Andrew Johnson polled over 2,000 votes. A year previously, UKIP made an impressive showing at the ward election and in the European Elections. In 2016, the Conservatives held by 532. It […]
Chingford Athletic 3 Oracle Components 5 Essex Junior Cup Final Report by Scott Lanza Oracle Components finished off their maiden voyage in the Essex Junior Cup by lifting the silverware after a pulsating Final at Aveley FC’s Parkside Stadium. Chingford Athletic were winners of this competition in 2015/16 and were able to go […]
A BOUNCY castle that blew across the Town Park in Harlow with a little girl inside was packed into a trailer before police arrived, a court heard. Seven-year-old Summer Grant was taken out of the inflatable after it hit a tree and came to rest against a fence, but later died of her injuries in […]
HARLOW’S Jo Harten helped her country smash past Scotland in their first game in the Commonwealth Games.
SLOW moving traffic from an earlier accident between Junction 7 (Harlow/A414) and Junction 8 (A120/Stansted). Delays back to Junction 6 (M25).