Football: Harlow Town fall to another away defeat

BOTH goalkeepers had been barely more than spectators when Alex Addai hit the 62nd minute winner. His low finish settled in the corner, with the Hawks unable to mount a comeback.

Table Tennis: Batts round-up

Hardly time to draw breath now before the next home match against Halton on Saturday 25th February. This time we are more confident about the result but our team take nothing for granted.

Music: Winterreise at the Arc

All welcome. Soup and artisan bread plus a free drink £5, from 12.45pm.

Rugby: Rams maul Maldon

THERE was a poignant tone in The Rams visit to Maldon on Saturday following how events unfolded during the last meeting of the two teams but there was also a determination to come away with the victory and an unbeatable position in this seasons league table.

Football: Harlow manager says: “We Can Make Play- Offs!”

HARLOW manager Danny Chapman was positive when asked about his side’s chances in making the play off positions the season.

Circus of Horrors return to the Harlow Playhouse

25 years on the road- it wouldn’t be complete without their annual visit to Harlow Playhouse! They’re back with another devilishly delicious shock of a show! Featuring an amazing amalgamation of bizarre, brave & beautiful acts all woven into a Alice in Horrorland type story.

Athletics: Harlow Running Club lauds their best

HARLOW Running Club held their Presentation Awards Evening over the weekend with awards being presented for members performances during the previous year.

Harlow is 70 Day at Great Parndon

Fancy a Cuppa and a chat about Harlow old and new?..

Hockey: Harlow Ladies: No wavering against Havering

HARLOW bounced back from last week’s defeat, with a victory that takes them in to 3rd place.

Chinese Year of the Rooster celebrated in Harlow

HARLOW District Chinese Centre celebrated the Chinese new year and heralded the “Year of the Rooster”.

Jonny and the Baptists: Eat The Poor on the way to the Harlow Playhouse

THREE quarters of MPs are millionaires. A third of the country lives below the poverty line. Whatever your politics, Jonny & the Baptists think it’s worth talking about.

Football: Essex Olympian League Reports

May & Baker E.C. book their Semi Final berth after a 3-1 win at Rayleigh Town. Richard Oxby opened the scoring after he gets on the end of pinpoint cross from Daniel Mackin, heading the ball past the Rayleigh keeper

Harlow District Chamber to host “What’s Going On” Event

THE Harlow & District Chamber of Commerce will be holding an event at the Civic Centre on Tuesday 14 February 2017 to give local businesses the opportunity to hear about what’s going on in the town.

Britain’s Got Talent’s Jamie Raven set for the Harlow Playhouse

After headlining the record-breaking The Illusionists in London’s West End, Harlow Playhouse are delighted to bring Jamie Raven to Harlow as part of his hit theatre tour.

GlaxoSmithKline increase mentoring support at Sir Charles Kao UTC, after success of first mentor.

STUDENTS in Sir Charles Kao UTC’s sixth form have been receiving expert mentoring from engineers at GlaxoSmithKline to ensure they are well informed about their future career paths and options.

Football: Hawks preyed on by Hawks

THE best home record in the division took on the best away record in the divison as Harlow Town welcomed Havant and Waterlooville to the Harlow Arena, looking to build on their recent good run of form, that has seen them challenge for the play off spots. Their visitors were looking to get their title chase back on after a 2-1 defeat to Billericay Town last time out.

King Arthur is coming to the Playhouse this Sunday!

THE AWARD-WINNING Story Pocket Theatre presents Michael Morpurgo’s epic tale of magic and heroism as King Arthur takes to the stage on Sunday February 12 at the Harlow Playhouse.

Stewards Academy take on Glee Club Challenge

STEWARDS Sound participated in the Glee Club Challenge for the first time this year and made it through to the Regional Finals, as one of 12 groups selected in the local area, a fantastic achievement!

Famous author opens new Cooks Spinney Library

Mr Trelawny then joined some pupils and head of school, Mr Stirrat, for the grand opening of the newly refurbished library. Before ending his visit, Mr Trelawny took time to sign some books for pupils and presented the school with some copies for the new library.

Mulan at Passmores Academy – Not Just Another Fairytale Princess!

AUDIENCES were transported back in time to Ancient China last night when students from Passmores, Purford Green and Potter Street unveiled their stage adaptation of the classic Chinese folk tale, Mulan.

Rye House: Season Preview

With speedway in the UK becoming increasingly difficult and with promotions and relegations now being decided on whether you have the financial backing at the club.

Judo News: Northern Home Counties Orange

FIVE young players from Harlow Judo Club travelled to High Wycombe to compete in the Northern Home Counties Orange & Below competition. Four players fought in the 8-11 age group and one player fought in the 12-15 age group.

St Mark’s Year 7 join the world’s largest choir

YEAR 7 pupils from St Mark’s West Essex Catholic School travelled to the O2 Arena this week to be part of the world’s largest children’s choir at the Young Voices event.

Church Langley Primary show their Olympic values

ACTIVE Essex, the county’s sports and physical activity partnership, is celebrating the success of 64 schools who took part in the 5th annual winter games event.


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