DOCTORS, nurses, police officers, gymnasts and singers all attended school for a unique day.
THE GARDEN Tiger pub has closed until further notice.
THE children’s ward at The Princess Alexandra Hospital is benefiting from a generous donation from the Harlow Council Chair’s Charity, which will make it easier for parents to stay with their sick child during their time on the ward.
IN 2002 in a column written for the Daily Telegraph, Mr Johnson used two racial slurs to refer to African people. “Tony Blair would love touring the continent”, Johnson wrote, “because he will be greeted by ‘cheering crowds of flag-waving piccaninnies’ – a racist term for an African child – and “the tribal warriors will all break out in watermelon smiles to see the big white chief”.
ON Tuesday 11th June, year 2 and 5 pupils from William Martin and St James took part in the 1st Vine Academy Trust Sports Day at Harlow Town Football Club: The McCullochs Arena.
BATHSTORE, who has reportedly informed staff of the development today, has stores in Basildon, Braintree, Chelmsford, Grays, Harlow, Ilford and Southend.
A TEAM of 12 students have been given a place on the student senior leadership team (SSLT) at Burnt Mill Academy.
THE next phase in the development of the multi-million pound Harlow Science Park at Harlow Enterprise Zone has been approved by Harlow Council.
HARLOW’S health bosses have told YH that they are determined to reduce the rates of ovarian cancer in the area.
TWO charged with burglaries in assisted living facilities
A TEENAGE pianist who only discovered his love of music when he started secondary school has secured a place at a prestigious specialist college.
Adopt a Sculpture Programme launches in schools across Harlow HARLOW Art Trust are delighted at the response to their Adopt a Sculpture programme with Harlow schools. So far 17 schools have signed up to create projects around the sculptures closest to them. Kate Harding Artist Director of the Harlow Art Trust said “We are inviting […]
IF you live or work in the Harlow area and have an interest in community safety matters come along to a public meeting being held by Roger Hirst, the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex.
HARLOW Council’s housing repairs and maintenance, facilities management and environmental services company has won the Fleet Safety Trophy at the RoSPA Fleet Safety Awards 2019.
CHILDREN are helping their classmates to feel safe and happy in their new roles as antibullying ambassadors.
THERE will be road closures in place this Sunday. The Council has to do this to make sure the Carnival and everyone in attendance can move through safely.
ONE HUNDRED and twenty two incredible young people from across Harlow came together to receive prestigious Jack Petchey Foundation Achievement Awards presented at the Harlow Playhouse across Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th June.
PRIMARK has introduced gender neutral changing rooms in its site in Harlow. It means everyone gets changed in the same area without it being separated by gender.
ESSEX Police has arrested five people this morning, Monday, June 24, in connection with two serious incidents in Harlow.
“THE Cemetery advises visitors to keep dogs on leads and many do but a minority who are visiting the adjacent woods which are not fenced off, allow their pets run into the open space around the memorials.
CROWDS flocked to the Harlow Town Park on Saturday to enjoy the Great Get Together.
TODAY (24 June) Harlow Council held a flag raising ceremony outside the Civic Centre, to honour and remember members of the armed forces.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has expressed his delight that his nomination for the Lifetime Achievement Award in the NHS Parliamentary Awards has been shortlisted.
HARLOW Council’s tenants and leaseholders living in flat blocks will shortly have to consider “bin cages” being installed outside their blocks possibly on much needed communal areas. Are they really needed?