Heritage Day set for Old Harlow
THIS is our 42nd film in our series of Harlow is 70: Why I Came Here films and can we just take this opportunity to say what a pleasure it has been to interview so many positive people who have chosen to live in this town. Not least of which is Chris Greenhill, who sat […]
DID you know that Mr Universe lived in Carters Mead? Nor did we, bu that is for another day. We went down to Harlow Judo Club in Fold Croft to interview the heartbeat of the club, Mick Ellis. We asked why Mick and his family came to Harlow from Purley Way in Croydon. We also […]
ALBERT’S parents were John Lincoln, born in Harlow in 1865 and Eliza Cakebread born in Harlow in 1862. They married in Harlow in the summer of 1885.
FIRSTLY, may we recommend the Bush Fair Cafe, which is a wonderful and very popular premises. It is from there that we interviewed the owner, Mehmet Cakmak and asked him, why he came to Harlow and why he stayed.
OVER the last few months, the Harlow U3A Creative Writing class has been writing a number of essays on Harlow.
Private Lee Lewis, 14861, enlisted in Hertford on October 5th 1914, joining The Bedfordshire Regiment aged 19. The Machine Gun Corps was formed on October 14th 1915 and Private Lewis joined the 54th Company of Machine Gun Corps.
FOR OUR 38th film, we went down to Harlow Cricket Club to engage with the Ladies who meet every Tuesday too knot and natter as well as enjoy a grand cup of tea and cake.
WE were fascinated to hear from someone who once lived at the Netteswell Priory.
WHILST down at Harlow Cricket Club, we spoke to the President, Alan Howick and amongst a whole host of questions on the history of the club, we asked Alan how he came to Harlow.
THE Harvey Centre is pleased to announce that it will be taking part in Harlow’s street carnival on Sunday 23rd July 2017 as part of Harlow’s 70th birthday celebrations.
THIS Sunday 16th July starting at 9.30 a four team U16 20/20 cricket Tournament is taking place at Harlow Cricket Club Chippingfields Old Harlow.
ALL THIS year, Your Harlow in partnership with Harlow Museum has been interviewing Harlow residents and discovering why they came to Harlow and, in out cases, why they stayed.
BUSINESSES across Harlow have told Your Harlow how important heritage is to their company. Over the past six months, YH (in partnership with Harlow Museum) has been interviewing residents on why they came to Harlow as part of our coverage of Harlow is 70. Time after time, residents made reference not their company and stressed […]
NOW THERE is a name from the past. To many, Atilla the Stockbroker encapsulated the spirit of post punk in the late seventies onwards.
AS part of our Harlow is 70 project, we have conducted a series of interviews at the Manor Hatch sheltered accommodation.
IT’s summer and for Harlow Museum and Harlow Arts Council that means only one thing – it’s time for the annual Art of the Garden Party. Taking place on Sunday 2 July from 1pm – 4.30pm it’s now the fifth year running that CEO of Science Alive Jon O’Connor and his team have welcomed many of the town’s performing arts groups and the local community into the museum gardens for a free afternoon of song, music and dance.
THERE are hundreds of journalists around the world who will thank Ken Eaton for providing them worth a first class knowledge of media law.
HARLOW Cricket Club has a rich tradition. One that president, Alan Howick is very proud to chronicle and uphold.
JERRY Hayes was MP for Harlow between 1983 and 1997. A thirteen year period which he covers in great deal in this fascinating interview.
THROUGHOUT 2017, Harlow Museum in partnership with YourHarlow.Com are running a series of interviews called Why They Came Here.
A FERRY across the Mersey and a train to Harlow Town. So began the journey by Millie Smith to Harlow Town.
THE Vespa Club Of Britain Branch 131 – The Hertfordshire and Essex Highwaymen present a Classic Scooter Ride Out and Fun Day in association with Harlow Is 70, celebrating 70 years of Harlow New Town.
WHEN Harlow residents describe the London of the 1950s, it feels akin to a Victorian scene. But that London was closer to 1899 to 2017.