STREETS 2 Homes are working with Safer Places (Women’s Refuge) to create a safe space to house five single female residents who would otherwise be homeless.
JUST under 400 participants took place in the Harlow parkrun on Saturday morning in the town park. Under brilliant blue skies, it was the third time that the participant number record had been broken in 2020! Since it began, in November 2014, the 5k traverse around the park has seen its numbers grow from a […]
HARRY Tennison usually appears in the theatre section of YH as he is a very fine actor and stage director but at the moment he is more likely to be found treading the pavement than treading the boards he he prepares for the London Marathon.
ST Clare Hospice is launching a support group for local people within West Essex and East Herts, who care for or support a friend or relative living with a life-limiting illness or disability.
IN 2020, St Clare Hospice is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the founding of the West Essex and East Herts charity, which supported their first patient in 1990. Since forming, the specialist palliative care charity has supported more than 15,000 families facing one of life’s most difficult journeys.
THE HEADTEACHER of St James’s C of E school has praised one of her pupils who has raised over £1500 for the Australian bushfires.
YOUNG Carers Trust (YCT) set to take on charity bike ride to Amsterdam.. Full details on poster. Click to enlarge.
HARLOW Council Christmas tree collections raise nearly £3000 for local charity
KIND-hearted Harlow schoolgirl Keira has raised well over a thousand pounds for victims of the Australian bushfires by holding a Lemonade stall on Sunday afternoon.
A YOUNG Harlow girl is doing her bit to help those suffering from the Australian bush fires by setting up a Lemonade stall outside her house.
ST.Stephen’s Church are holding a fundraising quiz on Saturday 1st February with doors at 7pm to raise money for Mind in West Essex. Entrance is £5 per person with a maximum team size of 8. There will also be a raffle held on the evening with some fantastic prizes with all the proceeds going to Mind in West Essex.
A HARLOW construction company based in Harlow has pledged thousands to West Essex and East Herts charity St Clare Hospice for the 5th year in a row.
FOR the second year, you can Recycle Your Christmas Tree with St Clare to help them raise vital funding!
IS your pooch positively perfect? Is your dog dazzling? Is your cuddly companion the cutest? Is your furry friend the fairest of them all?
WE have seen first hand, the incredible dedication and hard work of the staff both in training and administration. We have also been lucky enough to witness the amazing difference these phenomenal animals make to their visually impaired owners.
COMMUNITY Embrace to host Masquerade Fundraising Dinner Gala. Full details on poster.
PEOPLE living with a life-limiting condition, or nearing the end of their life due to illness or age, often struggle with loneliness and social isolation. Compassionate Neighbours can really make a difference and offer some extra support.
Start the New Year with a messy church. Full details on poster.
IF you have entered the London Marathon, you have just sixteen weeks left (no pressure!). If you are fund-raising for a chosen charity then we are only too happy to help publicise your efforts. Every penny counts.
AS you may know, there are runners who are members of clubs/groups such as Harlow Running Club, Harlow Athletics Club and Parkrun and Beyond but there are also runners who plough on independently.
INUNDATED WITH FESTIVE FAILS IN THE EAST OF ENGLAND? THE BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION (BHF) LOVES THE GIFTS YOU DON’T! WITH homes in the East of England crammed with unwanted Christmas gifts today, the British Heart Foundation (BHF) is offering a solution to help cut the clutter and raise funds for life-saving research. The festive season […]
ON Christmas Day, we went up to St Clare Hospice to interview three members of staff.
TEAMS of Stansted Airport elves have been out and about in the community spreading some festive cheer and supporting local good causes in the run-up to Christmas.
THROUGHOUT November and December, more than 500 local people have come together to celebrate the lives of friends and loved ones in a series of ‘Light up a Life’ festive, memorial services organised by charity St Clare Hospice.