WEST Essex and East Hertfordshire charity, St Clare Hospice, recently welcomed a new Chaplain to their team following a licensing service which took place at their main hospice centre in Hastingwood on Wednesday 18th March.
DUE to the coronavirus outbreak and enquiries from local community organisations and Harlow Council, HTS has been really pleased that having sourced some personal protection equipment (PPE) for their employees.
CHURCHES in Chelmsford Diocese (which covers Harlow) are embracing digital communications to help people worship at home and serve their communities in new and creative ways during Holy week.
ALEX Southgate is a talented swing vocal artist, who also works as a team member caring for the residents at Primrose Croft.
FUNERAL arrangements are never easy things to prepare and are often hard to even talk about. This challenging but necessary task is even harder in the present circumstances, brought about by the coronavirus and the important adjustments we are all having to make.
A HARLOW resident has told YH that she is desperate to get back to her home town from Fiji.
MEMBER of St Stephen’s Church, Ian Beckett reflects on the visit of Bishop Stephen Cottrell to their Bush Fair church last year.
THE following are a list of items, in order of urgency, that are running low in the Store House. Items marked in RED are at critical levels
THE next Harlow SOUP is taking place on Thursday 2nd April online at www.facebook.com/HarlowSoup. The community crowdfunding project, run by the team.
LEE Valley Cycles in The Stow is offering free repairs for NHS staff.
OVER the coming weeks, we will be dropping in (on-line) on SV Sports Therapy. They have three clinics including one at Latton Park, the home of Harlow Rugby Club.
AN NHS Blood and Transplant spokesperson said: “We need people in Essex who are fit and healthy to keep donating as normal during the coronavirus outbreak.
HARLOW Council has decided that there won’t be a street carnival this year due to the national coronavirus situation.
THE residents of Ashlyn Care Home in Harlow have been enjoying safe, indoor based activities since the recent spread of Covid-19. Arts, crafts and games have been enjoyed, but the residents.
YESTERDAY (March 24) during the official Downing Street briefing, Health Secretary Matt Hancock called for 250,000 volunteers to help boost the government’s ability to protect those most vulnerable to COVID-19 and provide vital support for medics.
ONE of the key Harlow-based organisations involved in the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic is Rainbow Services.
HARLOW motorists are being encouraged to act responsibly and observe safety and critical-route parking restrictions, as wide-ranging efforts continue to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
“OUR centre may be closed but our fabulous staff and volunteers are continuing to provide a telephone service for the Harlow community on 03444 770808.
St Clare Hospice rated ‘Outstanding’ by national inspectors St Clare Hospice is delighted that, following the visit by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in December 2019, it has been awarded the highest rating of ‘Outstanding’ by the health and social care regulator. On 3rd and 11th December 2019, the CQC carried out unannounced, routine inspections […]
ST STEPHEN’S Church in Bush Fair has put their Mothering Sunday service online.
THIS form is for any member of the public in Harlow and Epping Forest who wants to volunteer and help in their local community with vulnerable or self-isolating people during the Covid-19 outbreak.
FOR our second interview as part of our Faith Matters series, we went down to the Harlow Synagogue off Harberts Road to interview Rabbi Irit Shillor.
GHANA Union Harlow inauguration and fundraising dinner dance in aid of Harlow Food Bank and blood pressure, diabetes, kidney problems awareness in Ghana.
ST Clare Hospice is reducing its services for patients in a move to delay the spread of the coronavirus that causes the Covid-19 disease.