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.
YOU know, when this is all over and it will be, people may well reflect and remember the little gestures that made a big impact. Indeed, in twenty years time, when students such as Madleigh are in their thirties, someone may google her name and say “Are you that Madleigh who wrote that really nice message back in 2020?”
A HARLOW couple are raising money for the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) by performing a series of hilarious videos on social media site, Tik-Tok.
COOKS Spinney Primary Academy teachers have produced a number of videos for their students.
AS the country deals with coronavirus (Covid-19), Sports England know sport and physical activity organisations are facing a hugely difficult period of time.
‘ON behalf of The Square (Music Venue RIP) I have been invited to programme a day of live acts at this year’s Link Fest (Harlow Town Park) on the August 2020 bank holiday. Our day is Saturday 29th August 2020.
LITTLE Nola-Blue wanted to say thank you to all those caring for others during the coronavirus and also give her neighbours a game to play.
A HARLOW resident has told YH that she is desperate to get back to her home town from Fiji.
OVER the last few days, I have had countless amounts of people ask me what they could do at home during the Coronavirus lockdown. Being forced to stay indoors can be boring for many people — so, it’s natural to get a bit antsy.
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.
MEMBER of St Stephen’s Church, Ian Beckett reflects on the visit of Bishop Stephen Cottrell to their Bush Fair church last year.
AS a result of COVID-19 (coronavirus), and due to government restrictions, the following The Water Gardens’ essential stores and services remain OPEN:
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.
THE LATEST story of the day by staff at Cooks Spinney Primary is “How to kick start your dragon”.
WE have come across a lot of fun videos for little ones made by Old Harlow resident, Lucy Spencer.
WE do try to drop in on a number of Harlow residents as they endure the lockdown.
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.
A FREE website designed to help children stay safe around electricity has seen its visitor numbers rise by more than 90% in the past week.
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.
IT LOOKS like you cannot get enough of Mr Ashford and his fantastic new television channel “Drama and Stuff”.
GREATER Anglia is making temporary changes to ticket office opening hours at some stations and reducing a small number of rural train services from Monday 30 March.
HARLOW Council has decided that there won’t be a street carnival this year due to the national coronavirus situation.