Passmores Academy Art and Photography Exhibition

PASSMORES Academy’s Year 11 students presented their work at an Art and Photography Exhibition.

Arriva offer free bus travel for veterans on Armed Forces Day

ARRIVA Buses say a big thank you to our military personnel with free bus travel on Armed Forces Day

Harlow is 70 celebrations at The Stow

A celebration of 70 years in The Stow, local stall holders, cream teas, pimms, bbq, St Clares Hospice and Tiaras will be holding a vintage catwalk show, local bands and dancers

Thousands raised on One Great day at the Harvey Centre

KIND-hearted Harlow residents helped raise £3,064.45 as part of “One Great Day” at the Harvey Centre on Saturday.

Summer of events at Parndon Mill

THIS year on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th July from 10 – 5 over 20 studios present an insight into the creative process and offer opportunities to “have a go” and, new this year,

Kiddi Care students ready for Big Farewell

THE staff at Kiddi Caru’s Harlow day nursery have been busy helping to prepare its pre-school children and their parents for the exciting move to ‘big school’.

Few days left for Harlow Business Awards nominations

Nominations for the 2017 Harlow Business Awards opened in April and close at the end of June.

Nathan Carter is coming to the Harlow Playhouse

NATHAN Carter is a sensation! In Ireland he outsold One Direction, Pharrell Williams and Michael Buble, and became the first country act to reach number one in the Irish charts in 2013 after Garth Brooks, six years before.

Harlow MP Robert Halfon backs Queen’s Speech

The Queen’s Speech HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has reacted to the Queen’s Speech Mr Halfon said: “This is an important Queen’s Speech to help unify our country, ensure we get the best deal for an independent Britain as we withdraw from the EU, and to help some of the most vulnerable in our society. “I […]

Quiz time at Herts and Essex Community Farm

THE Herts and Essex Community Farm based in Foldcroft, Harlow, will be holding a charity quiz night on Sunday, July 2nd with all proceeds going to support the project through the busy summer months.

Harlow residents to be asked for their views on roads

HARLOW people are being asked to share their views on Essex’s road and transport network – from the condition of roads and footways to the quality of cycling facilities.

Harlow headteachers write to government over “cash-starved” schools

HEAD teachers in Harlow are keeping up the pressure on school funding, sending a letter warning about “cash-starved” schools to almost two million families reports the BBC.

Sun shines on Old Harlow Market Fayre

IT was a lovely day down at Old Harlow as residents and traders put on a fayre on Saturday afternoon.

PQA present Summer Musical Theatre Showcase

THE Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts presents ‘Summer Musical Theatre Showcase 2017’ featuring young performers aged 4 to 25 from our Academies in Harlow and Bishop’s Stortford. See below for details on each performance:

Essex Fire Service issue advice over garden fires

THE fire service has issues the following fire safety advice for anyone burning rubbish or having a bonfire in their garden:

Harlow families encouraged to find out more about childcare

HARLOW families are being encouraged to find out more about the impending increase in funded childcare hours for three and four-year olds and ensure, where eligible, they’re registered to receive the funding.

Stewards Academy rocket team hit the heights

EIGHT students from Stewards Academy competed in the 2017 ADS UK Youth Rocketry Finals at Stow Maries Aerodrome. Following a fourth place position in the South-Eastern regional finals the group had a challenge on their hands against nine other regional finalists from across the country.

Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here: Atilla The Stockbroker

NOW THERE is a name from the past. To many, Atilla the Stockbroker encapsulated the spirit of post punk in the late seventies onwards.

Harvey Centre evacuated after “suspect package” report

THE Harvey Centre in Harlow was evacuated for a short time this morning.

Princess Alexandra staff set to throw down the gauntlet

SATURDAY 24th June will see an amazing 75 members of staff from Princess Alexandra Hospital competing in the Gauntlet Games at Trent Park, Enfield.

Highly critical report puts Jerounds Primary into special measures

A HARLOW primary school has been placed into special measures following an inspection by government watchdog Ofsted.

Pear Tree Mead Academy praised by Ofsted

A HARLOW primary school has been richly praised by government watchdog Ofsted.

Harlow Muslim Community issue message of peace at Community Ifthar

MEMBERS of the Harlow Islamic Community gathered together on Friday night at a Community Ifthar.

Love Labour’s Lost at the Gibberd Garden

At The Gibberd Garden, Marsh Lane, Harlow CM17 0NA


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