LET us take you back to the 1870’s wild west, to the frontier town of Messina and the saloon bar of Leonato. The menfolk (Don Pedro, Claudio and Benedick) play cowboys returning from one of many territory wars fought against native-American tribes.
ST CLARE Hospice in partnership with Harlow Playhouse invite you to come and join them for open conversations about life, death and everything in between.
EARLIER in the year, the Henry Moore primary school council became involved in the Harlow Council initiative of ‘Keep Harlow Tidy’.
ROCK for Heroes is back on the road for 2019; bringing the perfect combination of your favourite Rock & Pop artists, fundraising in support of Help for Heroes.
ON SUNDAY afternoon, parents and children who had been through the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, gathered together at the Paringdon Club in Harlow.
Fast train to Harlow: High-speed testing has started on Greater Anglia’s new UK-built commuter trains.
HIGH-speed testing has started on Greater Anglia’s new UK-built commuter trains.
INSPIRATIONAL Harlow foster parents who have changed the lives of thousands of children in Essex by opening their hearts and homes have been celebrated at a special awards ceremony staged by Essex County Council.
STAFF, students and parents at Roydon Primary Academy love their Daily Mile.
WEST Essex and East Herts charity, St Clare Hospice, partnered up with Nuclear Races in Brentwood on Sunday 7th July to host a messy, mud-mad event to raise vital funding for their local care and support services.
Caring students are giving their peers the opportunity to discuss any problems in a relaxed environment.
STUDENT leaders at Epping St John’s Church of England School, in Epping, wanted to offer support to those who may be struggling with any aspect of life.
A FREE event promoting positive health and wellbeing in the workplace saw around 60 local employers attend the Harlow Football Club to listen to speakers from a range of support services.
IN 1985, US Tennis star Anne White played a first round match at Wimbledon in an all-in-one bodysuit.
Nazeing: Afternoon Tea and a view of Harlow. Full details on poster.
THE business students went through a Dragons’ Den style process to pitch their ideas to a panel of teachers and ask for a budget of up to £100.
THE short life of William Stanham as read out by Frances Mason.
LAST weekend Harlow Council organised an end of the carnival show. Makin Steps were asked to provide technical support for the show. This included the stage, lighting and video wall and Woodbury recording studios provided the sound.
Reasons Why It’s Important to Follow Your Dreams Everyone always says, “Follow your dreams!” But not everyone does it, because life interjects. I’m writing this blog because a month ago, I followed my dream to enter a marketing-based career, but there were factors that made me think twice, but I took the plunge but I’m […]
PROUD of Harlow, the online campaign to celebrate and promote all the great things about Harlow, and to encourage positive action to make the town that we love a better place, is excited to sponsor the Environment category of the Harlow Architectural Design Awards (HADA).
Pemberley Academy set to host Summer Fayre. Full details on poster.
SISTERS of the Drum are a group of women who love to drum together for connection, for healing of the self, for healing others and healing the planet.
IT’S nearly time for SPECIAL KINDA MADNESS to hit the terrace stage at Harlow Rugby Club next Sat 13th July. The doors open from 4pm for food and drink which are available from our outside BBQ and bars. The weather is gonna be hot but the band will be hotter and so will the BBQ.
DON’T Shop, Swap. Come along to our Clothing Swap on Saturday 6th July 12-5pm near the bandstand.
SCHOOLS in the UK could be in with the chance of winning £1,000 by entering the annual Kellogg’s Breakfast Club Awards.
THIS Wednesday The Gibberd Gallery asks you to join them for an evening of special events.