HARLOW Town’s promotion push remained on course with this 3-0 victory against a tricky Soham Town Rangers. Junior Dadson go things going in the 47th minute but it wasn’t until the last five minutes that they secured the three points with two girl say Alex Read (86 and 90).
M25 Essex – M25 QE2 Bridge in Lakeside closed clockwise from J31, A1306 (West Thurrock) to J1a, A206 (Swanscombe), because of strong winds. M25 Kent – Two lanes closed on M25 Dartford Tunnel anticlockwise between J1a, A282 (Swanscombe) and J31 A1306 Arterial Road West Thurrock.
DETECTIVES investigating the death of a girl following an incident in Harlow Town Park in Harlow are now able to name the deceased. Summer Grant, aged 7, from Braeford Close in Norwich, died after suffering serious injuries whilst on a bouncy castle on Saturday, February 26.
THE LEADER of Harlow Council has sent his condolences to the family of the little girl who died in Harlow Town Park on Saturday afternoon. Councillor Jon Clempner, Leader of Harlow Council, said: “Harlow is a town in shock following this tragic incident yesterday (26 March 2016). I can’t imagine the heartache of the parents and family of the little girl who has died, and my thoughts are with them.
DETECTIVES have launched an investigation after a girl died following an incident in Harlow Town Park in Edinburgh Way on Saturday, March 26.
The girl, who is believed to be aged 7 and from Norwich, was taken to Princess Alexandra Hospital by ambulance just before 5pm after sustaining serious injuries whilst on a bouncy castle. She sadly died a few hours later.
HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon has sent a message of condolence after the traffic death of a seven-year-old girl in the Harlow Town Park. But the MP has also called for an urgent inquiry in relation to the incident.
ESSEX Police remain at the scene of the death of a young girl at Harlow Town Park on Saturday afternoon. At first light, two officers are on guard at the Easter Fair in the park close to Allende Avenue in Harlow.
A GIRL has died following an incident in Harlow Town Park on Saturday afternoon. The emergency services were called at just after 4pm after reports that a bouncy castle, wth a child inside, had come off its “moorings” and careered over 150 metres down the park, coming to rest at the base of a paddock, close to Edinburgh Way.
HARLOW is set to be battered by a storm bringing strong winds and the threat of disruption to the end of the Easter weekend.
Storm Katie is set to hit on Easter Monday with gales of up to 70mph, the Met Office said, bringing a risk of “fallen trees and disruption to power supplies” leading to travel disruption.
A MAN aged 20 has pleaded not guilty to killing a 52-year-old Harlow man who died after an assault at the Park Inn Hotel.
Bradley Casey, formerly of Palmers Way, Cheshunt, and now living in Thetford, Norfolk, denied the manslaughter of Harlow William Wareham when he appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court on Wednesday (March 23).
ESSEX County Council has welcomed the long awaited publication of Network Rail’s Anglia Route Study that will lead to improvements to rail journeys for passengers, businesses and commuters.
A NEW cafe has opened at the Harvey Centre. The Creams café (http://www.creamscafe.com/) has taken Unit 2 Harvey Centre Approach where the old Robert Dyas used to be.
M11 Essex – Two lanes closed and queuing traffic on M11 northbound between J7, A414 (Harlow) and J8, A120 (Bishops Stortford), because of a vehicle fire.
It is the fourth biennial selected exhibition by members of the Eastern region Textile forum. The work was selected by internationally acclaimed Weaver and experienced curator, Heidi Lichterman, through a Royal Academy Summer exhibition style process which left some artists delighted and others disappointed. However the resulting exhibition will be well worth a visit.
A YEAR has passed since a father and son were attacked in their own home in Tunnmeade in Harlow and detectives are renewing their appeal for witnesses. Three people forced their way into the home at around 9pm on Wednesday March 25 last year and demanded cash.
ON 15th March, a groundbreaking ceremony was held at the site of what will be the new Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Centre at Harlow College.
The AMEC facilities, due to open in December 2016, will be focused across three key engineering areas – Advanced Manufacturing, Aeronautical Engineering and Operations & Maintenance Engineering.
HARLOW there way a great chance to grab three vital points by losing 4-3 against Romford at Ship Lane on Wednesday night. Romford were 2-0 up at half time with goals by Danny Cossington (28′) and Michael Dixon (45′)
HARLOW businesses are being urged to share their views on plans for the new Lower Thames Crossing before the consultation closes tonight (Thursday).
Options for a new Lower Thames Crossing are being consulted upon and Essex County Council is urging businesses to support Option C, Route 3.
HARLOW businesses can now sign up to attend the Superfast Essex-hosted SuperConnected Business Conference being held at Chelmsford City Racecourse on Tuesday, 7 June.
ESSEX Police is working with Stansted Airport to provide additional visibility and reassurance in and around the airport over the bank holiday weekend.
Chief Inspector Jon Hayter said: “Although the threat level remains the same, in the wake of the attacks in Brussels we want to provide reassurance to holiday-makers.
Two lanes closed and queuing traffic on M11 northbound between J6 M25 and J7, A414 (Harlow), because of an accident. Congestion to J5, A1168 (Loughton).
FIVE Harlow men have today been charged following an assault in the town centre last year.
Daniel Lockett, 20, of Little Brays, Luke Martin, 18 of Joyners Field, Jordan Hinton, 18 of The Briars, Craig Quennell, 20 of Long Banks and Luke Quennell, 18 of Long Banks have been charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
Students celebrate completing The Prince’s Trust ‘Get into Hospital Services’ programme at Princess Alexandra Hospital
NINE students have completed the Get into Hospital Services programme run by The Prince’s Trust, which took place at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH).
SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, has seen an 87% increase in need for support from the Essex Armed Forces community.
This spring, in a bid to meet the increase in need, SSAFA is launching a search across the length and breadth of Essex to find new recruits to join its ranks of dedicated volunteers.