IT IS vital that County Lines victims get help says The Children’s Society.
PEOPLE living in England and Wales are being urged to download the government’s official contact-tracing app following its official release.
ST MARK’S West Essex Catholic School welcome you to their first virtual open day. The following is a message from headteacher, Elaine Heaphy AT St Mark’s our first and most important principle for reopening is safety. We believe that we are unable to accommodate visitors onto our site at present. However, we have planned a few […]
Registration Opens for New Essex Residents’ Panel HARLOW residents, aged 18 and over, are invited to join a new residents’ panel to share their views and opinions on a variety of local issues. The panel, which will be run by Essex County Council, will ask residents about a wide range of issues which could include […]
HARLOW Foodbank, dedicated to helping families in crisis for more than 10 years, has received a £1,000 donation from local Freemasons to help fund their vital work across West Essex.
YOUR report of the question about Church Langley at Thursday’s council meeting is incomplete, as will be evident to viewers of the YouTube video.
BEFORE lockdown, Church Langley resident, Nicola Purse was leading a campaign to ensure funding was released for improvements to her area.
WHAT’S scarier than taking control of a class full of teenagers? Skydiving at 15,000 feet!
TWENTY-FIVE new Deacons were ordained by the Right Reverend Peter Hill, the Acting Bishop of Chelmsford and the Bishop of Barking, the Right Reverend John Perumbalath, the Bishop of Bradwell and the Right Reverend Roger Morris,
HARLOW- based domestic abuse charity, Safer Places, who work across Essex and Hertfordshire has been given a welcomed cash boost by local Freemasons.
FREE Yoga lessons with West Essex Mind
PLAY the Essex Lottery to support good causes across Essex facing financial hardship following the lockdown AND have a chance to win a weekly £25,000 jackpot.
THE Public Health Community Grant Fund offers funding of up to £3000 for health and wellbeing projects.
ASPIRING artists, school children, retired people and creative folk are being given a chance to have their artwork engraved on new memorials around the country.
HARLOW Council has defended its decision to not take part in Great British Clean Up.
ESSEX County Council’s Director of Public Health is reminding residents of the importance of social distancing and urging those with symptoms to stop the spread by self- isolating and booking a test.
WEST Essex and East Herts charity, St Clare Hospice, has jointly won the prestigious Charity Times’ Corporate Community
LIVEWIRE’S weekly workshops return across September as the country settles in to a new way of life, “The new normal”. As young people go back to school it will take time to adjust
THE J9 initiative helps raise awareness of domestic abuse support for victims. The branch, which is located at the Leah Manning Centre on Park
A PETITION regarding waste collections at a street in Sumners is set to be discussed at a meeting of the Harlow cabinet on Thursday (Sept 10th). Rejection of Proposal to Amend Waste Collection at Mercers Petition from Mr Alldridge: “We, the residents and signatories, reject your current proposal to amend the waste collection at Mercers, Harlow. […]
NEXT Thursday, September 10th, is World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD), organised by the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP)
By Chris Vince Councillor for Little Parndon and Hare Street TUCKED away in Harlow Fields College is a very special place: Sam’s Place, where children and young people with disabilities are given opportunities for social interaction and development that they do not get anywhere else and their parents are given short bouts of respite from […]
BARRATT Homes has donated a Facebook Portal to Ashlyn House in Harlow to give residents more options to stay connected with friends and family throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. The device, which is one of three Portals that have been donated to care homes across the South East, will be available for all residents to use […]
MILLIONS of people turning 18 from now will be able to withdraw money from Child Trust Funds for the first time. Children born from September 2002 were given vouchers by the government to invest for the future, with the money only accessible at the age of 18. The savings pots could now be worth more […]