A HARLOW man has pleaded guilty whilst driving under the influence of drugs.
THE Fragrance Shop, the UKs biggest independent fragrance retailer, has announced that they have raised over £1.3 million pounds, for charities such as Rays of Sunshine as part of the companies ‘Spray a Little Happiness’ initiative. The news has been announced to mark International Day of Charity, which is celebrated globally on 5th September.
A PLANNING application by a popular trampoline fitness company is set to return to the Harlow Council planning committee.
A HARLOW man has been charged in relation to charging £9,000 for gardening work that was not carried out.
MEANWHILE at the Race the Chilterns Duathlon (10.5k run, 78k bicycle, 20k run) Kerry Mavris finished in 4th place out of 7 finishers in 6hrs 11min 25sec.
A TOTAL of 220 people took part in St Clare Hospice’s Walking in Memory 5k walk on Sunday (20September) as the annual flagship sponsored fundraising event went ahead with covid-secure rules in place – raising around £8,000 for the hospice charity in vital funding. As an organised charitable event at an outdoor venue the event […]
A HARLOW man has been fined for possession of pepper spray.
THE BOSS of charity Macmillan has announced that there will be a series of redundancies for the charity. CEO Lynda Thomas issued the following statement: “From the moment lockdown began on March 23, all our lives changed overnight. We lost many of our freedoms, our normality, and tragically, many of our loved ones. Worst still, […]
IT looked like we had come down from the Coronavirus mountain, but unfortunately, some storms are on the way. As the Chief Medical Officer and Chief Scientific Adviser set out yesterday, we could face up to 50,000 new cases of the virus in October if we do not act now.
HARLOW Labour members have warmly welcomed Labour leaders, Sir Keir Starmer’s first speech as Labour leader.
A SEVENTH person has been arrested in connection to the death of 39-year-old Philip Burr in Harlow, last October.
IN the last three weeks, schools and colleges in Essex have been able to open full time to all pupils.
AN excellent day for Harlow’s Redchurch Brewery with two further successes at 2020 “WORLD BEER AWARDS” taking Redchurch’s haul of World Beer Awards to five! Redchurch isn’t part of a major corporation but a local independently owned craft brewer making a wide range of beers with love, care and attention for every drinker’s taste. Yet again […]
FROM 22 September, the holiday parks boss will be banned from acting as a director or directly or indirectly becoming involved, without the permission of the court, in the promotion, formation or management of a company.
SEREF Aygunoglu, aged 56, of Mill Hatch, Cornish Cafe, Edinburgh Way has been charged with the following.
PREMIER Inn owner Whitbread has said that it could axe up to 6,000 jobs because of reduced demand resulting from the coronavirus pandemic reports The Independent.
WE MISS the Harlow Playhouse. We miss reviewing the shows. Reviewing acts from the pantomime to T-Rextasy in Theatre 1 has been an absolute joy.
THIS week, Robert Barr takes up his new role as Manager at Daniel Robinson’s Harlow funeral home in Wych Elm.
A HARLOW man has been convicted of drink driving for the second time in a year.
THE Gibberd Garden in Harlow has received a £1,000 donation from leading housebuilder Barratt Homes North Thames to allow them to carry on inspiring individuals with its beautiful, playful and enchanted Grade II listed garden.
ALL pubs, bars, restaurants and other hospitality venues in England must have a 22:00 closing time from Thursday, to help curb the spread of coronavirus.
HARLOW Foodbank, dedicated to helping families in crisis for more than 10 years, has received a £1,000 donation from local Freemasons to help fund their vital work across West Essex.
TWO people arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of a baby in Harlow have been released on bail for a second time.
OUTLINE planning permission for the erection of three detached dwellings in Kingsdon Lane has been submitted.