Year in Review: Sept to December
News / Wed 31st Dec 2014 pm31 06:28pm
We interviewed Sam Stopplecamp, the UKIP candidate for General Election of 2015.
The hundreds that flocked to the Burnt Mill Academy open evening showed how popular the school is.
Improvements set for the Hummingbird
Harlow Town continued to impress.
We said farewell to Kathleen Casey.
Church Langley Primary praised by Ofsted.
Plans for the Town Park went on display
Pressure built on Traveller camps
Harlow Town continued their unbeaten league run
The Gibbered Gallery continued to be a jewel in the crown with the Harlow Open.
Boeing Boeing was a delight at the Victoria Hall.
Robert Halfon was at war with Essex Police over illegal encampments.
We had the first Harlow Parkrun
MP Esther McVey opened the new Poundland distribution centre.
Man arrested over gun incident in Staple Tye.
Harlow’s education heroes were praised at awards night.
We interviewed Green Party candidate, Murray Sackwild.
Harlow Town had a dip in form.
The PAH closed its A and E apart from life-threatening cases.
The panto with Joe Swash at Harlow Playhouse was a wow.
The travellers all congregated for Christmas at the old Passmores site.
A Harlow PC was praised for his CPR on a stricken cyclist.
ST James Primary made a remarkable turnaround in Ofsted gradings.
New council house building started in Harlow.