HOMELESSNESS in Harlow has reached its lowest since 2010, with a reduction of 54 per cent between January 2018 and January 2019, according to figures released by Harlow charity, Streets2Homes.
A FUNDRAISING page has been set up to raise funds for a Harlow woman who died last week.
A community art project, led by local charity St Clare Hospice, stimulated thoughtful conversations in Harlow’s town centre on Tuesday 14th May, in celebration of national Dying Matters Awareness Week.
1830 hrs Service disruption due to a trespass incident between Chestnut and Broxbourne. Tweet
FROM Holland-on-Sea to Harlow protests will be taking place this Saturday 27th April against plans to close up to sixty per cent of Essex libraries. In both Colchester and Manningtree a Young People’s March for Libraries will be held.
Diabetes patients praise care at The Princess Alexandra Hospital GOOD foot care is a major factor in preventing complications from diabetes, and clinicians at The Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT) have been expanding their foot care clinics, both in the hospital and in the community. The service has contributed to a high satisfaction rating from […]
Story Time Competition at the Water Gardens THE Water Gardens ran a competition with local schools to Harlow to encourage creative story writing in the lead up to World Book Day on 7th March 2019. The competition was open to all primary schools in and around Harlow and was a fantastic opportunity to highlight the […]
DESILTING the pond has been completed – the silt that was removed from the pond is currently sitting in areas around the pond where it will be left there to dry out, after which it will be covered with grass and wildflower seed.
Report by Peter Dudley / Photo by Philip Lindhurst Clapton 3 West Essex 1 The Tons are up to 11th after they saw off West Essex at The Old Spotted Dog, Brian Kyungu put the hosts ahead in the 17th minute, only to see Michael Mignot bring West level, but Valentine Iheanyiogu then restored […]
TRADITIONAL peak and off-peak rail fares face the axe under sweeping changes being proposed for the UK’s train ticketing system reports the BBC. The Rail Delivery Group (RDG), which represents train operators, wants to eliminate the “cliff edge” between peak and off-peak prices. It argues that this would reduce overcrowding. Also, tap-in, tap-out rail fares […]
SALES and lettings agent Martin & Co has thrown its weight behind Harlow six-year-old Sonny Tyler’s bid to help the town’s homeless.
A late equaliser from Julian Lloyd gives Sawbridgeworth and Takeley a share of the spoils in the derby. However, Sawbridgeworth felt they were unlucky to not have come away with all three points. Meanwhile, Takeley missed the opportunity to close the gap to leaders Stansted, after their 2-2 draw at home to bottom club Barkingside. It was back-to-back draws for the home side after their 2-2 draw against Woodford Town the week before.
HARLOW railway station ticket office was closed for a number of hours on Tuesday morning due to reported break-in.
THE urgent need for a sustained focus on securing the skills required by industry has been highlighted by a survey produced by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).
Do you recognise these men? Essex Police would like to talk to them about a burglary where a blue and gold macaw went missing in Harlow on Saturday, December 22. The bird, named Baloo, went missing from an address in Harberts Road between 7.30am and 6.30pm. Essex Police are also investigating an attempted break in […]
THIRTY years on from privatisation it’s a scandal the water that falls from England’s skies is now overwhelmingly owned by overseas profiteers, says GMB Union Shock findings by GMB, the union for water industry workers, show 85% of Anglian Water is currently owned from overseas. The whole of the private water company is owned by […]
FIVE top squad gymnasts represented the club at the prestigious Quatro Cup in Wiltshire, competing against over 500 elite gymnasts from the whole of England and Wales.
A group of nine Year 11 students from Epping are fundraising to make a difference to the lives of people in Cambodia.
ST CLARES Hospice has released a new, free resource to help adults to talk to their children about death and dying
JOHNNY Cash Roadshow is not just another tribute band; it is a full concert, production and finest celebration of Johnny Cash in the world. Also the only show to be endorsed by the CASH family!
AS Diwali celebrations continue, Essex Police are reminding residents how to keep themselves and their jewellery safe. Burglars are believed to target specific homes and are generally ignoring possessions such as valuable electrical items, to steal traditional Asian gold jewellery. Here are top five tips below: Lock your doors and windows every time you leave […]
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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 […]