HARLOW Council is offering residents the opportunity to improve the quality of their town as part of their pledge to plant 1000 trees and hedgerows in the next year.
A SUPPORT group that offers respite for parents and carers of children with additional needs has been granted £1000 by a leading regional housebuilder.
ON Monday night, a new Priest-in-Charge, Revd Darren McIndoe, was licensed by the Bishop of Barking, the Rt Revd Peter Hill and installed by the Archdeacon of Harlow, the Venerable Vanessa Herrick at St Stephen’s Church, Tye Green.
TWO members of the Harlow junior parkrun core team were busy last week visiting three primary schools in Harlow to spread the word about how wonderful Harlow junior parkrun is!
SPEEDWATCH volunteers checking traffic speeds in North Weald Village, Hastingwod and Thornwood have seen a noticeable improvement in traffic speed on Upland Road, Thornwood, after an initial report highlighted a “major problem” along the road.
GREAT progress is being made on two public poppy displays which will be unveiled in Harlow this month ahead of Remembrance Sunday in November.
A PRE-bookable community bus service serving the Harlow area is proving to be a great success since it was launched by Epping Forest Community Transport.
BLACK History Month was celebrated with a feast of activities in Harlow Town Centre.
Celebrate Harvest with Harlow Baptist Church. Full details on poster.
LAST WEEK, we went to the Great Parndon Community Centre to visit the Harlow Stroke Support-Rehab Centre.
HARLOW Council has turned a corner of the Civic Centre pink and blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week 2019.
HARLOW-based Herts & Essex Community Farm has been awarded the U.K. Community Garden of the Year 2019 by Cultivation Street. The community project was awarded £3000, presented to them by celebrity gardener David Domoney, and 100 geranium plants for next spring by Calliope flowers, the sponsors of the award.
STORT VALLEY RSPCA has made an appeal to find Monty the Cat.
Halloween at Herts and Essex Community Garden. Full details on poster.
COULD you be the first point of contact for a busy local charity?
ON Tuesday evening, 1st October, St Stephen’s Church in Tye Green play host to Stephen Cottrell, The Bishop of Chelmsford.
UNOPENED jars of Marmite, peanut butter and Harrods Jam are just some of the 15 tonnes of items donated by London Stansted to local foodbanks over the last two years.
HERE are details of Open Days at the NET Academy schools.
HARLOW man, David Chennells, completed his sponsored walk around the bustling town centre on Saturday 21 September, raising money for the Brain and Spine Foundation. Joined by friends, family, and members of the public, David pushed himself to achieve his goal.
IN May this year, local parent Alex Sanders embarked on raising funds for a sensory room for children at William Martin Primary School.
A HARLOW community champion has been recognised by Harlow Council with a civic award.
SILVER Years Ballet was launched four years ago for the older generation. There are now classes across Hertforshire and Essex, with one of the original classes being held in Old Harlow. The classes have proved beneficial to the many ladies and gents that take part, with improvements in flexibility, balance, core strength and posture. It’s […]
THE September meeting always feels like going back to school after the summer holidays – regret that summer can’t go on for longer and pleasure at seeing old friends again.
ASL present This Is Me at Victoria Hall Theatre. Full details on poster.