Review of the Year: May to August
Communities / Tue 30th Dec 2014 pm31 04:28pm
Govt report highlights that Essex Police are not recording some crimes.
Bugs visiting Cooks Spinney was just one of dozens of excellent good news items from the Burnt Mill Academy Trust.
Always impressed by the global running exploits of Harlow Running Clubs Andy Kinney.
We enjoyed seeing Jethro at the Harlow Playhouse.
Harlow Council continued to promote areas of Harlow such as the market place.
Longwood Primary couldn’t get itself out of special measures.
We seemed to filming lots of potholes.
Then we seemed to be receiving film of thieves clocking on at midnight.
PM David Cameron came to visit Harlow College.
Ukip gain five seats on Harlow Council
Harlow Council consults residents on funding and cuts
Improvements begin on Clock Tower roundabout.
Concerns begin that Marks and Spencer could leave Town Centre.
Jon Clempner becomes leader of Harlow Council
Lots of teething trouble with housing repairs.
Linkfest is once again a big success.
The Midnight Walk raises £50,000 for St Clares Hospice
MP Robert Halfon continued to be busy. This time with hospital car parking campaign.
St Marks were always busy. This month they were very green fingered.
It looked like the travellers were not budging as another camp appeared over at Latton Common.
Harlow Theatre Company produced a superb As You Like It.
Burnt Mill’s Bugsy Malone was a smash
Estyna Blunnie’s family continue to campaign in her memory.
The travellers started to dominate our headlines as Robert Halfon began to clash with the police.
The play, Living with Luke was a great success.
Andrew Osagie was disqualified from his race at the Commonwealth Games.
Harlow paid tribute to its heroes on centenary of outbreak of Great War.
PAH appointed a controversial new boss in Phil Morley.
Suzy Stride expresses concerns over number of pay day lenders in Harlow
Waiting times in Harlow surgeries getting longer and longer said Suzy.
Football season starts and Alex Read picks up where he left off.
We really enjoyed interviewing Jo Clack and Paul Howard.
An inquest recorded the sad lonely death of Reg Pink.
Parndon Wood awarded prestigious Green Flag award.
And there was the Ice Bucket Challenge…
Harlow student Jack Bradbury attained 5 A levels and he aims to be a GP.