Harlow woman fined over fly-tipping in Longbanks

A HARLOW woman has been heavily fined for fly-tipping in Staple Tye.

Three teenagers attacked in Harlow Town Centre

ESSEX Police are appealing for information following an assault in Harlow.

Harlow is 70: Why I came Here: Chris Harriss

NEARLY every day, octagenarian, Chris Harriss takes a three mile walk from his Sheering cottage.

Car on fire on M11 near Harlow

WE HAVE had a report that there is a car on fire on the M11 between Junction 7 (Harlow( and Junction 8 (Bishops Stortford).

Man remanded over attempted murder charge in The Downs

A MAN accused of attempted murder in The Downs has been remanded in custody.

Harlow is 70: Free Family Print Workshops at Gibberd Gallery

THE homes of Harlow New Town would have been full of pattern in the 1950′s. These striking iconic designs adorned curtains, cushions, carpets, rugs and clothing.

Apprentice at Busy Bees nursery in Harlow wins national storytelling competition

As part of a National Storytelling Week competition, learners from Busy Bees Training Academy were asked to host an interactive story time session which encouraged the children to engage with stories and enjoy the process of reading. In a bid to win the competition, apprentices used their creative talents to narrate the stories and also used story sacks and interactive activities.

Great line up for Linkfest 2017

THE ORGANISERS of the ever-popular Linkfest have announced the line ups for the two summer concerts in the town park.

Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here: Olive Jones

OLIVE Jones is one of Harlow’s proudest pioneers. A woman of dignity and determination as well as a considerable amount of class. Olive still writes to her sisters in Australia. And so, respecting that tradition, we asked Olive to write to us and tell us about why she moved to Harlow. Tweet

It is time for the St Clare Winter Walkies!

THE time has finally come for St Clare Hospice to host their popular annual Winter Walkies event. Next weekend (Sunday 26 February 2017) the Hastingwood-based charity will be welcoming more than 250 walkers and their furry friends to take on a 5k sponsored walk to help raise vital funds for the hospice.

Harlow car wash named by government for “failing to pay minimum wage”

A HARLOW car wash is among a record numbers of employers who have been named and shamed for paying employees less than the minimum wage.

Harlow MP responds to Vic Goddard on education cuts

The Government has announced plans to end the historical postcode lottery in school funding which are intended to ensure every child is funded fairly and according to their specific needs, delivering the Government’s pledge to build a country that works for everyone, not just the privileged few.

Review: The Homecoming “Pin-point with Pinter

YOU have to admire Harlow Theatre Company. They are a brave theatre group that are not afraid to take on challenging pieces.

Stewards Academy students visit Imperial War Museum

FIFTY year 9 students from Stewards Academy found a recent trip to the Imperial War Museum in London an engaging and thoughtful experience.

Harlow Tye Rotary invite you to abseil down the Water Tower

WOULD you like to raise money for a charity or voluntary organisation that is dear to your heart, or are you involved in such an organisation that needs to raise money for a particular project? It can be local, national or international and it might be, for instance, a School, a Club, a Hospice or […]

Search for Our Carnal Hearts at the Playhouse

WHO do you envy? Who is like you but a little bit better?

BBC Introducing: Arcaves

Harlow Playhouse and BBC Music Introducing in Essex join forces to present a very special series of live gigs, all hand-picked to nurture and give exposure to the freshest artists across the UK.

Essex’s economy set to grow to £60 billion in County Council budget plans

Cllr David Finch, Leader of the Council, said raising levels of qualifications and skills, improving transport infrastructure and supporting business growth were crucial to creating a prosperous and healthy county.

More help for Harlow charities

HARLOW communities will be able to do more for themselves and charities will benefit from a new Essex lottery scheme later this year, following announcements made by the Leader of the County Council today (Tuesday 14 February).

Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here: David Geiss

SOMETIMES, our films comprise of the two questions: Why did you come here? Why did you stay?

Jane Stobart exhibition set for Gibberd Gallery

JANE Stobart’s next exhibition at the Gibberd Gallery is from March 16th to April 28th.

Harlow MP makes pledge over housing

HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has made a pledge to Harlow residents over housing.

Review: Alfie Moore at Harlow Playhouse

THERE is a natural charm to the performance of Alfie Moore. Whereas some comedians look like an act and feel like an act, Alfie does come across as a guy who is pretty damn funny and so it is a pleasure to spend a couple of hours in his presence.

Man in hospital after motorbike in collision in the Katherines

Essex – Paycock Road in Harlow partially blocked in both directions between the A1169 Katherine’s Way junction and the Kingsmoor Road junction, because of an accident involving two vehicles.


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