FIFTEEN budding digital developers are taking part in the Games Hub – a free 22-week course run by the Eastern Enterprise Hub and Shark Infested Custard at Parkside Office Village on the University of Essex’s Knowledge Gateway.
POLICE are appealing for information following an armed robbery at a bookmakers in Harlow. At 8.40pm last night, Monday, November 17, two men entered the Jennings Bookmakers in Prentice Place armed with a crowbar.
THE reports have concentrated on a number of areas. If the surgery has a number of “may be at risk” factors, then CQC has indicated that they may go in and inspect.
FOR the first time, information on every general practice in Harlow (and England) has been analysed and published by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to show the public how it will decide which surgeries it will inspect and what it will focus on.
M11 Essex – One lane closed and queuing traffic on M11 southbound between J7, A414 (Harlow) and J6 M25, because of an accident.
A FAST food takeaway near a busy Train Station has been closed by Harlow Council for a series of hygiene offences.
Harlow Council has gained an Emergency Prohibition Order against the Mirch Masala Express at Unit 1 Mill Court, Edinburgh Gate, CM20 2JA. This follows a routine food hygiene inspection by the Council’s Environmental Health Team on the 23 October 2014 which found:
TO finish off the year of plays, tribute nights and improvised comedy shows, Thompson Promotions is bringing back The Unimaginatively Titled Improvised Comedy Show to The Victoria Hall Theatre on Saturday 22nd November.
A SCHOOL which leapt from satisfactory to outstanding in just four years is opening up its doors to senior teachers across the country.
BEING homeless is especially hard at Christmas. For almost 20 years the Harlow Christmas Haven has provided a shelter for the homeless at Christmas. We provide simple accommodation and food in a warm, friendly and safe environment. The number of guests varies, but we can have up to 30 people staying overnight with us. The Haven is open from 23rd December 2014 to 1st January 2015.
More sports clubs and activities now available at Harlow College thanks to new Sports Enrichment Officer
FOOTBALL and netball clubs are available for the first time to female Harlow College students, along with other physical activities for both sexes set up by the new Sports Enrichment Officer.
FOLLOWING the successful public funding appeal by the Council and the Harlow Town Centre Partnership which saw donations of over £6,000, the Christmas lights in Broad Walk, Harvey Centre Approach and Market Square will be officially ‘Switched On’ on tomorrow (17 November 2014) at 4.30pm.
After selling out at the Edinburgh Festival, top comedian Hal Cruttenden is taking his ‘Tough Luvvie’ tour to Harlow Playhouse on Wednesday 19th November.
ESSEX County Council has announced it will help local businesses and residents to enjoy the Christmas and New Year celebrations by keeping all street lights switched on in the early hours of Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
POLICE are appealing for information to establish how a man sustained a broken jaw in Harlow.
A HARLOW resident has secured a pledge by Harlow Council that all the details of landlords who own Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs) will be published on the council website.
CLLR Simon Carter said: “There had not been stalls there in sixty years, so we felt there should have been some in put. For example, will there be cables running across the walkways. Has their been a risk assessment.”
SIX caravans have moved from Coldharbour Road to this location. Harlow Council has served them with a Direction to Leave the land on or before Monday 17 November 2014 at 10am. Should they fail to vacate the land Harlow Council will issue County Court proceedings.
DESPITE it being a cold and misty morning, just under a hundred runners took part in the second running of the Harlow Park Run.
GOALS by Duncan Culley in the 36th and 49th minute respectively, were followed by further strikes by Jerome Federico (79) and Ben Harris (90).through Jared Small on 27 minutes when he converted David Cowley’s cross at the far post.
AS someone with an aversion to audience participation, I was a little nervous when I saw how intimate the venue at Moot Hall was but by the end of the play all thoughts of this were forgotten and I was leaning forward, mouth open in an unflattering fashion, hanging off the cast’s every word.
A MAN described as being aged in his 20s, clean shaven, wearing a black jacket and black trousers, exposed himself to a woman in Felmongers, Harlow, at around 9.45am on October 31.
FIRE CREWS have been called to a fire in a business unit, crews are wearing breathing apparatus and are using one hose reel and one main jet to tackle the fire.
POOR weather conditions overnight have led to Harlow Council postponing the Christmas light switch-on this evening (Friday, November 14).
THERE is good news for Harlow as a food suppliers is set to move into the former Tesco warehouse site in Harlow.