A NUMBER of free hands-on sessions for children and families centred around science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) are being held in the town starting next week.
ASTHMA UK says that more than 1,400 adults and children died from asthma attacks in 2018 – 2.5 people out of every 100,000, so respiratory nurses at the Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT) are keen to help people living with asthma manage the condition.
THIS is a review of a play being performed at the Edinburgh Festival by Shakes4Breaks which stars former Harlow resident, Roseanna Connolly.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has pledged to take action over the decision to not jail a man who sexually assaulted a female police officer.
THE short life of Lee Lewis as read ou thy Burnt Mill Academy student Lucy.
LIBRARY users from across Essex have instructed leading law firm Watkins and Gunn to give legal advice for a potential legal challenge against Essex County Council. Campaigners believe that the revised library strategy which sees Essex County Council asking volunteers to house and run libraries sees the Council failing in its statutory duty to provide a library service.
PARENTS have accused Essex County Council of hiding information which would reveal how reliant families are on respite care.
FOR just one pound, people can be in with a chance of winning £3,000 in cash. There are other prizes to win, including a second prize of £1,000, a third prize of £500 and ten runner-up prizes of £50!
Demolition underway at Harlow site where Public Health England is creating £450 million public health science campus and HQ
THE Harlow site where Public Health England is building its new £450 million public health science campus and headquarters has been dramatically transformed by the demolition work now underway.
BUS services carrying fewer than five people are to be axed following a new strategy decided by Essex County Council.
HARLOW domestic abuse charity Safer Places is celebrating after making a successful bid for funding from Nationwide Building Society for work to support housing in the area.
HARLOW Jiu Jitsu brought home ten medals from the 13th International Course and Championships in Southend on Saturday 22nd June.
A dedicated nurse who has worked tirelessly to make improvements in care particularly for people living with dementia is a finalist for the title of Nurse of the Year in the annual Nursing Times Awards
PARNDON Mill is Harlow’s creative hub, providing affordable studio space for artists, makers, and all manner of creatives, as well as facilitating art classes, running a regular series of art Exhibitions in its gallery space, and maintaining the iconic Grade 2 listed mill itself.
HOMELESSNESS in Harlow has reached its lowest since 2010, with a reduction of 54 per cent between January 2018 and January 2019, according to figures released by Harlow charity, Streets2Homes.
A FUNDRAISING page has been set up to raise funds for a Harlow woman who died last week.
A community art project, led by local charity St Clare Hospice, stimulated thoughtful conversations in Harlow’s town centre on Tuesday 14th May, in celebration of national Dying Matters Awareness Week.
1830 hrs Service disruption due to a trespass incident between Chestnut and Broxbourne. Tweet
FROM Holland-on-Sea to Harlow protests will be taking place this Saturday 27th April against plans to close up to sixty per cent of Essex libraries. In both Colchester and Manningtree a Young People’s March for Libraries will be held.
Diabetes patients praise care at The Princess Alexandra Hospital GOOD foot care is a major factor in preventing complications from diabetes, and clinicians at The Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT) have been expanding their foot care clinics, both in the hospital and in the community. The service has contributed to a high satisfaction rating from […]
Story Time Competition at the Water Gardens THE Water Gardens ran a competition with local schools to Harlow to encourage creative story writing in the lead up to World Book Day on 7th March 2019. The competition was open to all primary schools in and around Harlow and was a fantastic opportunity to highlight the […]
DESILTING the pond has been completed – the silt that was removed from the pond is currently sitting in areas around the pond where it will be left there to dry out, after which it will be covered with grass and wildflower seed.
Report by Peter Dudley / Photo by Philip Lindhurst Clapton 3 West Essex 1 The Tons are up to 11th after they saw off West Essex at The Old Spotted Dog, Brian Kyungu put the hosts ahead in the 17th minute, only to see Michael Mignot bring West level, but Valentine Iheanyiogu then restored […]
TRADITIONAL peak and off-peak rail fares face the axe under sweeping changes being proposed for the UK’s train ticketing system reports the BBC. The Rail Delivery Group (RDG), which represents train operators, wants to eliminate the “cliff edge” between peak and off-peak prices. It argues that this would reduce overcrowding. Also, tap-in, tap-out rail fares […]