HARLOW’S Rainbow Services is a registered charity, established in 1999. They work to alleviate the effects of disadvantage, deprivation, and social exclusion in Harlow and surrounding areas through projects that support, enable and develop people and organisations, and stimulate beneficial change in the local community.
Ashlyns Care Home to host Summer Fete. Full details on poster.
FOUR projects have been selected for Harlow SOUP’s next community crowdfunding event on Thursday 29th August at Pemberley Academy, Harlow.
WITH the uncertainties and insecurities that can plague people in the 21st century it’s hardly surprising that relationships come under pressure. This is particularly true of marriages and the “knock-on-effect” on families.
Chance to take part in Community Embrace. Full details on poster.
SUMNERS Farm Close, the Harlow branch of homecare provider Manorcourt Homecare, is delighted to have been announced as a Top 20 home care provider in the East of England, by the independent review website homecare.co.uk, for the second year in a row.
AN independent consultation launched by Harlow Council to discover people’s views on the future of Harlow’s paddling pools is under way.
WEST Essex and East Herts charity, St Clare Hospice, has received £45,491 in charitable grants to deliver and develop two, key community projects in the local area.
IN what some may see as a setback for Essex County Council, plans to hand over the running of libraries to volunteers, community groups in Coggeshall, Chigwell, Holland-on-Sea and Harlow have all decided to withdraw their offers to run libraries.
VOLUNTARY and community organisations working in Harlow are being encouraged to apply for grants from the Harlow Recreation Trust.
Charity Fundraiser for Larna. Full details on poster.
THE COCK pub in Harlow is set to hold a charity day in support of mental health group Men’s Shed.
Tye Green Lodge to host summer barbecue. Full details on poster.
Brakes to host Family Fun Day in Harlow. Full details on poster.
THE weekend saw families, foodies and art fanatics flocking from across Harlow and surrounding towns and villages to the Annual Parndon Mill Open Weekend.
A THREE-year-old from Harlow who received a lifesaving stem-cell transplant when she was just eight months old is competing as part of blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan’s team at the Westfield Health British Transplant Games in Newport, South Wales.
Upwards with Downs set for Family Fun Day. Full details on poster.
PAH Chaplaincy Centre to run volunteer courses. Full details on poster.
FOUR hard working members of 3rd Harlow Guides and Rangers have worked incredibly hard to achieve the highest award Guides can achieve – The Baden Powell Award!
ON the evening of Wednesday 10th July, 10 mature students received Certificates from the Bishop of Chelmsford, Stephen Cottrell at the end of the two-year Course in Christian Studies which has been running at St Stephen’s Church, initially under tutors Rev Sharon Guest and Rev Ernie Guest and subsequently Rev John Fry and Rev Carol Newnham.
EARLIER in the year, the Henry Moore primary school council became involved in the Harlow Council initiative of ‘Keep Harlow Tidy’.
Nazeing: Afternoon Tea and a view of Harlow. Full details on poster.
HARLOW domestic abuse charity Safer Places is celebrating after making a successful bid for funding from Nationwide Building Society for work to support housing in the area.
Purford Green School Summer Fete. Full details on poster.