BERNIE was one of the thousands of Irish men and women who came live in Harlow in the fifties. They made it their home, they raised their children, they worked hard and they left an indelible mark on life in this town.
THE short life of Thomas William Perry as read by Maddie from Passmores Academy.
A PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION focussing on Burnt Mill Village is set to open in May.
THE SHORT life of Alexander Swire as read by Church Langley resident Alison Dossetter.
THE SHORT lives of John and Robert Reid as read by MHP Theatre member, James Miller.
ON Friday, 5th April, a crowd of more than 50, including members of Harlow Civic Society, past and present employees of Hayter’s and members of the Hayter family, gathered outside Granary Cottage, Mulberry Green.
LOOKING for something to do with the kids over the Easter weekend?
THE SHORT life of Arthur Petty as read by HTL Ltd employee, Gary Collis.
THE short life of Stanley Montagu Phillibrown as read by the head of Humanities at Stewards Academy, Jamie King.
THE SHORT life of George Little as read out by Krishnee Hufton of Princess Alexandra Hospital.
THE SHORT LIFE OF James Bayford as read out by Harlow Council’s Lisa Thornett.
THE SHORT life of Arthur Hoy as read out by our youngest contributor, Daisy. Thank you to all at Victoria Hall Theatre in Old Harlow for their help. This project has been brought to you by the Harlow Council Civic Fund and HTS Ltd Never Forget. Tweet
THE short life of Victor Albert Burton read out by Robin Harcourt of St Mary of Latton church.
AS you may know, we are running 128 films of 128 Harlow residents reading out the biographies of the 128 men who left his area during World War One and never returned.
THE short life of Henry Belbie as read out by Burnt Mill Academy student Ashley.
THE short life of Harlow’s Charles Beale as read out by Harlow Council’s Emma Crouch.
THE SHORT life of Robert Sandford as read out by HTS Ltd employee Jim Gamble.
THE short life of George Fairchild read by Stewards Academy student,
THE SHORT life of Edward Luckin read out by Lucy Jay.
Fascinating audio tour of the town park. Full details on poster.
THE SHORT lives of Ernest and Herbert Cordell read out by Rebecca Bray from St Clare Hospice.
THE SHORT life of Harlow resident Montague Winch, read out by Rita Tomlin.
THE SHORT lives of brothers, Percy and William Samuel, read out by Harlow Council’s Paul Keen.
THE short life of Harlow resident, Harry Bird, as read out by David Baker.