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.
THE SHORT life of Harlow man, George Henry Denham, as read out by Passmores Academy student, Zoe.
NEARLY all of Frank Jackson’s ninety years have been dedicated to peace and justice. Even at the recent Bush Fair by-election, Frank took his turn, on a cold day, helping out at the polling station. YH visited Frank at his home to talk about his life, his belief and his causes. We asked him to […]
WORK is due to start soon on replanting around the memorial with the existing shrubs to be removed and replanted elsewhere in the park.
THE LIFE of James Marshall VC as read out by John Bawden from the Harlow WW1 Committee. Our thanks to Harlow Council’s Civic Fund and HTS Ltd. James Neville Marshall VC, MC & Bar (12 June 1887 – 4 November 1918), was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award […]
CRICKET is one of those sports in Harlow that did not arrive when the new town was born but instead had a healthy presence in the villages and shires.
THE story of the short lives of the Riley brothers, Thomas, Cyril and Francis, who all lost their lives between September 1915 and February 1917.
WE know that many of the former journalists who, down the years, worked at the Harlow Star had a little soiree recently. This reporter was passing by the Harlow Museum and so visited the newspaper archive (we think it should be digitised but that is another matter). We found the first edition in June 1980. […]
MAJOR new changes to the way that Lottery money is distributed to UK heritage causes have been announced as part of a rebrand of the Heritage Lottery Fund and the unveiling of a new five-year plan.
THE short life of Richard Palmer as read by Linda Clark.
THE SHORT life of William Prior as read out by Rose Morris at St Mary-at-Latton church. Thank you to Harlow Council’s Civic Fund and HTS (Ltd) for their support in this project. Tweet
THE FORMER chair of Harlow Council, Donald Legat Anderson is celebrating his 101st birthday today (Thursday).
THE Independent Cinema Office (ICO) is offering community groups and centres including museums, churches and village halls in Crawley, Harlow, Hemel Hempstead and Stevenage the opportunity to book a free screening of extraordinary archive film of their town, facilitated by the ICO Project team.
THE SHORT life of Victor George Parish as read out by Joanne Stacey.
THE PRESIDENT of Harlow Cricket Club, Alan Howick visited the USA last year and made a fascinating discovery. Mr Howick has described his visit to us. “Back in the early part of 2018 The Cricketer Magazine ran a wonderful four page article about the CC Morris Cricket Library in Philadelphia, PA, USA. As my daughter […]
THE short life of Albert Mutton as read out by Freddie from Passmores Academy.
THE short life of Samson Ward, read out by John Smoleskis.
HARLOW Museum & Walled Gardens, which has come back under Harlow Council’s control, has reopened to the public this morning for the first time since before Christmas.
HARLOW Council is hosting this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day service at the Civic Centre on Sunday 27 January 2019.
THE story of the short life of William Wheatley as read by Burnt Mill Academy student, Lucy.
HARLOW Museum & Walled Gardens will reopen to the public next week following the service coming back under Harlow Council’s control.
THE story of William Cakebread as told by staff at St Clare Hospice in Hastingwood.
THE short life of Walter Woollard read out by Chris Matthews.