THE short life of James Seymour as read by Harlow councillor Shannon Jezzard.
YOU may have noticed that a number of our news items are accompanied by films. The films have their own channel on youtube.
THE short life of Harlow resident, Bernard Wheeler, as read out by councillor Bob Davis.
A CEREMONY to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings took place outside the Harlow Council civic offices this morning (Thursday).
THE short life of James Bailey read out by member of St Mary-at-Latton church, Christine Cox.
THE short life of Sydney Cowlin read out by member of St Mary-at-Latton church, Julia Sheffield. This project has been brought to you with the support of Harlow Council’s Civic Fund and HTS Ltd. Never Forget. Tweet
HE short life of Arthur Cottee as read out by Obehi from Stewards Academy.
THE short life of George Myson as read out by Stewards Academy student, Bryony. Thank you to Mr King of the Humanities Department for his help. This project has been brought to you by Harlow Council’s Civic Fund and HTS Ltd. Never forget Tweet
THE short life of Thomas Lewis as read out by Katie from Stewards Academy. Thanks to Mr King from the Humanities Department of Stewards Academy. Thank you to Harlow Council Development Fund and HTS Ltd for supporting this project. o Tweet
RECENTLY, Michael Todhunter and his sister unveiled the estate map of the Kingsmoor House estate, dating from the 1920s. This now hangs in the hallway of the recently converted Kingsmoor House. The map was kindly donated by the Todhunter family, who lived in the house between 1873 and 1953. The house has been sensitively converted […]
HARLOW Museum & Gardens will be closed to the public on Thursday 23 May 2019 as it will be one of the polling stations for the European Elections.
A PHOTOGRAPHY exhibition focussing on Burnt Mill Village has just opened.
THE SHORT life of Charlie Skingle as read out by Faith Watson from Harlow Council.
THE SHORT life of James Henry Maxwell as read out by Mia from Stewards Academy.
SOME political anoraks (sorry psephologists) have spent part of May Bank Holiday Monday watching the BBC Parliament channels re-running of the 1979 General Election.
THE short life of James Smith as read out by HTS’s Ray Didds.
THE short life of John Dent as read out by HTS’s John Phillips.
THE SHORT life of Albert Monk as read out by HTS Ltd’s Rachel Walker.
THE short lives of Johnny and Ernest Wakeling as read out by Alex Morris of HTS Ltd.
THE New Towns movement is one of the South East’s most significant shared stories, with a legacy and an impact that are still felt and discussed today. In the 75 years since the first New Towns Act
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.