Harlow Museum to host Response and Rescue Exhibition

Harlow Museum to host Response and Rescue Exhibition

HARLOW Museum is teaming up with Epping Forest District Museum to bring blues and twos to our next exciting exhibition. Discover the amazing world of the emergency services and explorer how the Police, Fire, Ambulance, Lifeboat and Coast Guard went from simple beginnings to integral parts of our modern society and infrastructure.

Harlow Museum to host talk on Leah Manning

Harlow Museum to host talk on Leah Manning

FORMER Harlow MP, Stan Newens is set to give a talk on former Harlow MP, Leah Manning. The talk will be held at Harlow Museum on Thursday 1st March at 7pm as a part of the 1918 Representation of the Peoples Act 1918 and the importance of promoting woman of significance in Harlow. Tweet

Much-loved former councillor Joshua Jolles passes away

Much-loved former councillor Joshua Jolles passes away

FORMER Great Parndon Ward Councillor Joshua Jolles passed away on Tuesday morning (13 February 2018). Joshua’s funeral was held at Parndon Wood Cemetery on Thursday (15 February 2018). Joining Joshua’s family and friends were councillors and Council staff. Joshua was both a Conservative and Independent Councillor serving the Great Parndon Ward for many years. He […]

Harlow in World War 1: Charles Henry Skingle: 1885 to 1918

Harlow in World War 1: Charles Henry Skingle: 1885 to 1918

Charles Henry Skingle: 1885-1918 The 1891 census recorded Charles residing in Bury Road with his parents and siblings Martha, William, Florence and Thomas. His father was working as a postman. Charles married Winifred Kezia Hopkins in Kuala Lumpur in the Federal Malay States on April 29th, 1911. The couple had three children: Florence, Harry and […]

Harlow Civic Society hold AGM

Harlow Civic Society hold AGM

Harlow Civic Society AGM 16th January 2018 IN spite of the absence of the guest speaker due to illness (John McBride, Planning and Policy Manager) the 19th AGM of Harlow Civic Society proved to be a popular event, buzzing with ideas about the future of Harlow. Chair Stan Newens introduced the discussion of the many […]

Happy Birthday Sir Freddie

Happy Birthday Sir Freddie

WE would just like to take a moment to say Happy Birthday to Sir Frederick Gibberd who would have been 110 today (January 7th). It would have been remiss in any year but as we have just been celebrating Harlow’s 70th birthday, we thought it only right to remember the date. Below is the entry […]

Harlow Museum want your favourite memories of Harlow

Harlow Museum want your favourite memories of Harlow

HARLOW Museum are about to launch a great memory project but they need your help. This is a photograph exhibition for the people of Harlow, by the people of Harlow, facilitated by their museum. They want to exhibit your favourite memories of Harlow using your photographs and your words. The aim is to (temporarily) use […]

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