THE SHORT life of James Henry Maxwell as read out by Mia from Stewards Academy.
A FREE after-school sports club is giving youngsters an alternative to football.
PUNCTUALITY across the Greater Anglia network has improved for a fifth consecutive month, with over nine out of ten trains running on time, according to the latest figures.
“BEFORE coming to Plymouth College of Art I never really considered animation as a skill that I’d be able to study. I was torn between drama and art, then one of my friends suggested that animation would cover acting through drawing. I watched as many award-nominated animations that year as I could and realised that this is what I want to do.
COOKS Spinney Primary Academy has launched an after-school childcare provision in support of working parents.
SOUNDS Right Phonics Classes for Kids were delighted to take part in Children’s Activities Week from 13th-17th May’19 to help raise money for Caudwell Children.This is a charity that supports children with autism and their families.
A dedicated Harlow couple who have opened their home to vulnerable children are supporting Essex County Council’s bid to find 100 more foster carers following the launch of Foster Care Fortnight.
FIRST things first, the performance of Eva by Chrissie Waites was outstanding. It was so confident, so measured, so impressive. Chrissie as both Eva and then Evelyn managed to convey the fears, hopes and regrets of a young girl being transported from Nazi Germany to England.
HUNDREDS of patients have benefited from taking part in clinical trials at Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust. One of those is Valerie Fitzjohn, who joined a clinical research study after suffering with psoriatic arthritis for years. The condition was so bad that by the time she was in her 60s she was unable to get dressed, […]
A PHOTO exhibition into the lost world of Burnt Mill Village will open on Saturday at Harlow Museum.
Dementia Action Week: Come for a walk in Harlow Town Park. Full details on poster.
Mini Festival to celebrate Mental Health in Harlow. Full details on poster.
DOES your child love dogs and enjoy reading? Come along and read with our special therapy dog who loves to listen!
THE May meeting is the occasion of our AGM when we elect a new committee and President, and also the day on which we have to decide whether we support the Resolutions being debated at the NFWI Annual Meeting in June.
THE Harvey Centre in Harlow is celebrating Cartoonist’s Day by offering customers free personal caricatures on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May.
SPECIALIST property lender Octopus Property will provide international property group Strawberry Star with a £10m 12-month loan to help acquire 110,000 sq ft of retail space in Harlow reports Mortgage Introductor.
THE Young Curators invite you to the Illusions exhibition, a group exhibition by schools across Hertfordshire and Essex and curated by the Young Curators.
A THRIVING new community has been formed thanks to a new homes development which is nearing completion in Newhall, Harlow.
INDIVIDUALS, voluntary organisations and community groups with a vision to boost their local communities and help make Essex a great place to live and work could gain much needed funding from Essex County Council’s ‘Community Initiatives Fund’ (CIF).
THREE more local makers market are planned to take place this year in Harlow’s Market Square.
VERY few performers have an effect on the modern pop culture that this man has. As a performer, as a writer and as a boundary breaker!
THIS exhibition presents sculpture by John Farnham and paintings by his wife Lotte Farnham. John’s work, based on human and animal forms, includes tactile carvings in marble and stone.
CLARE Harrison McCartney talks about being from Essex, mental health and poverty consciousness, with a sprinkle of silliness. As seen on Channel 5, Discovery Real Time, Channel 4, ITV4 & Dave.
THIS WAS not easy theatre on a Friday night but it was richly rewarding. It is testament to MHP Theatre that they present as wide a variety of theatre as possible.