TWO Harlow Rugby Club stalwarts have been recognised for their work during the pandemic. Chair of Rugby Paul Tucker has been awarded an Active Essex Sports Hero Award. Paul has kept all the members of the club informed of any changes to rules and regulations during pandemic. A lot of the rules can be complicated […]
GREATER Anglia has commissioned a leading provider of testing, inspection and compliance services to test for COVID-19 on its trains – and every test has come back negative.
NEXT-generation, zero-emission planes could be operating out of London Stansted within the next 10 – 15 years thanks to a new competition by the airport’s owner to drive advances in aviation technology.
THE CITIZENS’ Advice Bureau of Harlow has been a very busy place this year.
THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) have received an astonishing £10,000 donation to help fund specialist child bereavement training and purchase new bereavement resources.
A HARLOW STUDENT at The University of York has been given a grant from one of the UK’s oldest and largest friendly societies, The Oddfellows. Emily Oliver, who is studying a History of Art degree at the university, received the £2,700 Educational Award. The grant is designed to support her throughout her three-year course, helping […]
THE people at Ashlyn Care Home were treated to a beautiful surprise last week when Abi Sears, a friend of resident Sylvia Mascall, kindly donated a beautiful hamper basket for their Christmas Raffle. Everybody was incredibly happy about Abi’s donation, as it was a great addition to the lovely prizes that they had already received from team […]
THIS year, with distance between us and separated from loved ones. Christmas might be a bit different, so we’ve done something a bit different too…
THIS January 2021, you can recycle your Christmas tree with local charity St Clare Hospice, who will come and collect your tree from your home in return for a donation to their vital hospice cause.
THE teachers at Latton Green Primary Academy were so impressed with one pupil’s History homework they put it on their social media channels.
A £200,000 investment from Essex County Council is to make key cycleways in Harlow ‘safer, greener and healthier’.
A message from West Essex Mind OUR Mental Health Support Team, formally Trailblazers, work in a range of schools in Harlow. They ran a competition with student to design the best Christmas cards. 5 of the best cards were chosen and are on sale now. Spread some cheer this Christmas with a handwritten card showing […]
THE Harvey Centre in Harlow is gearing up for Christmas. As we all know, this has been a difficult year. We also think you will agree that it is so important for us all to support local businesses this Christmas. YH popped in to the Harvey Centre to speak to General Manager, Brian Young to […]
WILLIAM Martin Schools & Nursery, on Tawneys Road welcomes parents to visit their virtual open day, to give them a glimpse of the exciting curriculum being taught within.
TWO Harlow residents were recognised in the Pride of Essex Awards. The Pride of Essex Awards (formerly the ‘Essex Achievement Awards’) have been around since 1993. They were originated by Susie Cornell MBE. DL., who continues to be an active force behind them. Originally the Awards were in recognition to special people, of all ages, […]
A HARLOW school has thanked an Ingatestone company for the donation of a Christmas tree.
A HARLOW couple are hoping to raise money for the homeless through their dazzling Christmas lights. Kate and Danny Stephens have put up their decorations outside their house in Parnall Road. Katie said: “Danny and I are wanting to raise money for charity. We’ve been saying it every year but this year when we put […]
ANIMALS have been “a lifesaver” for people struggling during Covid lockdown, according to retailer Pets at Home which has seen sales rise sharply reports the BBC. Chief executive Peter Pritchard said pets had played “an incredibly important role” through a period of “social loneliness”. Picture: The YourHarlow newshound, taking a well-earned break He added that […]
FEARS over the future of Cineworld receded today after the world’s second-biggest cinema operator revealed that it had secured $450 million of fresh debt reports The Times.
THE ‘Santa Dash’ is an event loved by charities and their supporters everywhere.
A HARLOW woman has started a fundraiser for her sister who faces a battle against cancer. Juliette Charles has opened up a gofundme page for her sister Ellie. Juliette said: My beautiful sister has been diagnosed with breast cancer, DCIS with micro invasion. “This is awful at any time but obviously made more so in […]
THE road that runs from Paringdon Road in Harlow across to London Road near Thornwood.
GOVERNMENT ministers are facing a direct appeal from church leaders to reopen places of worship for Christmas services amid claims they are ‘Covid-secure’.
EACH year, the High Sheriff gives financial support to voluntary organisations for initiatives that are helping to tackle crime, community safety and anti-social behaviour in their local area or across the County.