Ward by Ward: Church Langley

Ward by Ward: Church Langley

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 […]

Football: Harlow’s Oracle Components Win Essex Junior Cup

Football: Harlow’s Oracle Components Win Essex Junior Cup

  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 […]

Live Lounge at Phoenix: Chris Talbot Swing Set

Live Lounge at Phoenix: Chris Talbot Swing Set

THE First Live Lounge of 2018 features Mr Chris Talbot performing some of his Swing Set plus maybe a surprise or two on the night. A spokesperson said: “Let’s get this going for the New Year and have a chilled evening out listening to some great music over a cheap drink or two and still […]

Wonderful Christmas event at Bush Fair

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 […]

Harlow MP quizzes education minister on funding for Harlow schools

Harlow MP quizzes education minister on funding for Harlow schools

HARLOW MP Robert Halfon rose on the floor of the House of Commons to ask the secretary of state for education about funds levels for Harlow schools. Mr Halfon: “To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how much each school in Harlow received in pupil premium funding in (a) 2011-12, (b) 2016-17 and (c) […]

Storm set for Thursday morning

THE risk of disruption from thunderstorms is greatest across the west of the yellow area early on Thursday morning and will transfer east, clearing Kent and East Anglia by early afternoon.

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