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.
SUPERMARKETS around Harlow are “banning” couples from shopping together in a bid to help maintain social distancing rules during the coronavirus pandemic.
FIRSTLY, we want to thank you for all that you are doing to keep Harlow’s supermarkets supplied with essential goods during these unprecedented times. We know that your employees are working extremely hard to keep up with demand.
BUSINESSES operating against Government coronavirus instructions are being told to close.
AS the chief executive of intu, I want to let you know what we are doing to support and protect our staff, brands, visitors and communities during these ever-changing times.
AS a result of COVID-19 (coronavirus), and due to government restrictions, the following The Water Gardens’ essential stores and services remain OPEN:
TWO community-minded members of staff at Next in The Water Gardens have made a donation to St Clare Hospice.
Harlow Council leader delivers hand sanitizers to hard working bin men and thanks all those on front line
ON Monday Councillor Mark Ingall, Leader of Harlow Council delivered a supply of hand sanitizer to Veolia, the company that empties Harlow’s bins.
BRIGHTHOUSE – the biggest rent-to-own operator in the UK – has collapsed, with administrators now attempting to salvage parts of the business.
BOTH residents and buyers have plenty to look forward to at Taylor Wimpey’s Gilden Park development in Harlow this year, with a range of new homes and public facilities planned for the growing community.
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.
ANYONE can now log on to www.bidfood.co.uk and click on the link to register for home deliveries and click n collect where they can register online.
YH has been contacted by a number of readers questioning why certain businesses still seem to be operating. We will be looking into as many as we can.
THE owner of Chiquito restaurants has put the chain into administration, as it struggles to cope with the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak on the business.
HIGH street fashion retailer Next has offered to pay staff 20% extra if they work in stores despite the Government’s coronavirus guidance urging people to stay at home unless it’s absolutely essential reports ITV News.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s unveils bailout for Britain’s self-employed that will give them 80% of their usual income up to £2,500-a-month
CHANCELLOR Rishi Sunak finally unveiled a coronavirus bailout for millions of stricken self-employed workers tonight – handing them cash payments of up to £2,500 a month.
THE managing director of Harlow’s housing repairs company, HTS Limited has spoken to YH to detail the work they are continuing to do around the town.
Coronavirus: Harlow based GoGetters offering free delivery to elderly, disabled and vulnerable A HARLOW-based on demand delivery company is offering free delivery for elderly, disabled and vulnerable residents during the coronavirus pandemic. Owen Barrow, co-founder of GoGetters, says the company is looking help out the community as best it can. GoGetters are offering free delivery […]
SELF-employed workers facing financial difficulties as a result of coronavirus are set to be offered a package of support from the government. Chancellor Rishi Sunak will unveil the measures later. He set out plans for 80% wage subsidies for staff kept on by employers last week – and the PM has said he wants similar […]
Free Health & Safety Guidance and Documents for Home Working from Essex-based HR experts Yourhr.space
FREE Health & Safety Guidance and Documents for Home Working from Essex-based HR experts Yourhr.space
THE wonderful people at Cafe Pizzeria Express in Bush Fair have shown what big hearts they have by delivering pizzas to Princess Alexandra Hospital
ARRIVA buses has announced further reductions in their services due to the coronavirus pandemic.
ALL cars, vans and motorcycles which usually would require an MOT test will be exempted from needing a test from 30 March. Vehicles must be kept in a roadworthy condition, and garages will remain open for essential repair work