FOR the third year running, Harlow’s largest sustainable manufacturing business, O-I is to sponsor the prestigious ‘Employee of the Year’ Award at the Harlow Town Centre Awards.
A WOMAN has been fined for stealing over £450 from Next in the Water Gardens.
A FEW months ago, Harlow Council announced that the Prentice Place development on Potter Street should be completed by late June.
AT least 3,337 children have been off-rolled from Essex schools in the past five years – with a jump of more than 50 per cent in just one year.
Harlow libraries: Volunteers may not be properly equipped to handle serious cases of criminal threats.
Volunteers may not be properly equipped to handle serious cases of criminal threats. By Local Democracy Reporter Piers Meyler This is the warning from those campaigning against Essex County Council (ECC) changing some libraries to a volunteer-run model. At a call-in meeting on Thursday, August 9, councillors were told of one case where a volunteer […]
A HARLOW man has been fined for stealing a Louis Vuitton wallet worth over £500. Lewis Cooper-Gray, aged 31, of Collins Meadow, Harlow plead guilty at Chelmsford magistrates court to the following. On August 4th, 2019, at Harlow, stole Louis Vuitton wallet containing £75 Cash to the value of £525 belonging to another. Cooper-Gray was […]
A HEALTH firm is investigating a claim that one of its employees was sacked after he took some sick days off when he was diagnosed with cancer reports the BBC.
NATIONAL Grid has said it will “learn the lessons” after nearly one million people across England and Wales lost power on Friday reports the BBC.
A CHURCH Langley man has pled guilty to possession of crack cocaine.
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 the review of a play being performed at the Edinburgh Festival by Intrepid Fools and directed by Harlow’s Harry Tennison. YourHarlow is working in collaboration with The Edinburgh Reporter https://www.theedinburghreporter.co.uk/wp-admin/post.php?post=279378&action=edit IF you want to see a charming depiction of a nordic story that caters for all ages then this is for you. This […]
Volunteers’ Green Flag Award success celebrated A SPECIAL thank you event has been held to pay tribute to the hard work that volunteer teams put in to retain Green Flag Awards at Parndon Wood Nature Reserve and the Town Park. A barbecue was held at the Bandstand in the Town Park on Thursday 8 August […]
ESSEX Police have given further details of their involvement at a traveller gathering at the Pink Cottage.
Harlow daughter shares her story as part of #MyHospiceAndMe campaign “Being able to come to St Clare Hospice meant so much to my Mum and our family, as they were able to help in our time of need,” explains Laura (24, from Harlow) whose mother, Letitia, stayed on St Clare’s Inpatient Unit in September 2017. […]
PLANS to develop the service bay area of The Stow into 88 apartments is set to go in front of the Harlow Council planning committee.
HARLOW Firefighters were called to a field fire in Epping Upland on Epping Road this afternoon (Thursday 8 August).
PFCC Volunteers Making a Difference in Essex The incredible volunteers who support the work of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex have been celebrated at a special event. A Volunteers Appreciation Event took place at Whitbreads Barn in Chelmsford to recognise the great achievements of almost 60 volunteers who give their time as […]
HARLOW… we are bringing you an evening glee at Harlow’s Pets Corner!
A NUMBER of pubs and shops closed early on Wednesday night due to the presence of a larger traveller funeral in the area.
OUR favourite event, the Summer Festival, returns to Audley End Miniature Railway this summer! Jam-packed with activities and entertainment for all the family, this spectacular summer-long festival offers everything to ensure a day full of
excitement and wonder for children and adults alike.
AS part of Harlow Council’s current housebuilding programme, the council converted former supported housing scheme’s common room into a one-bedroom flat. The keys to this home were handed over to Mr and Mrs Abbott on Friday 3 August by Leader of the Council, Councillor Mark Ingall, who congratulated them and wished them luck in their new home.
IT may have escaped your attention but a number of the major planning applications on Harlow’s border continue to be debated and discussed.
EARLIER this year a Children’s Library Design Competition was organised by arts company High Stile Projects and the 9 libraries in Harlow & Uttlesford as part of the “Invitation to Play” programme.
Stewards Academy Open Day and Evening. Full details on poster plus click on their banner at the top of this website.