ON Saturday 2nd November, the Heart 4 Harlow Civic Group met with representatives of Churches from across the town and villages for a conference at St Peter’s Church in Roydon to discuss strengthening relationships and working in partnership to respond to our collective challenges and to contribute to realising the wonderful potential that Harlow has.
PEOPLE with lung disease in Harlow are being encouraged to “dramatically improve their lives” by taking part in free activity and advice sessions run by Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust.
POTTER Street residents have hit back at claims by a police officer that they are conducting a “witch-hunt” against youths accused of being involved in crime and anti-social behaviour in the area.
ATTWATERS Jameson Hill, a leading regional law firm with offices in Harlow, Hertford, Ware and Loughton, is delighted to announce its merger with Stafford Young Jones, a London-based firm with an office located in the heart of the City. The move, which took effect on 1st November 2019, saw the two firms join forces to bring their combined expertise to clients across a wider geographical area, broadening the range of specialist services on offer and boosting staff numbers to 93.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has hit back at criticism of a sponsored advert on his Facebook page.
BABY goods retailer Mothercare has said it plans to call in administrators to the troubled firm’s UK business, putting 2,500 jobs at risk reports the BBC.
MARTIN was a dedicated member of Harlow Town Cricket Club, a real gentleman of the game, a fantastic role model to all and an exceptional wicketkeeper in his day. For as long as most club members can remember, Martin had always been involved in on and off the field.
THE town’s sporting world came together on Wednesday (30 October) for an evening of celebration in the Civic Centre at the Active Harlow Awards.
SHADOW Home Secretary, Diane Abbott visited Harlow on Saturday. She was met by Labour’s prospective parliamentary candidate for Harlow, Laura McAlpine at Harlow railway station as well as the leader of Harlow Council, cllr Mark Ingall. From there they travelled to The Stow area, Fesants Croft and from there to Newhall. There was no notification […]
EDINBURGH Fringe late-night favourite Best of Burlesque comes to Harlow for the first time with a new all-star extravaganza!
HARLOW charity, St Clare Hospice, is showing its support for Essex County Council’s ‘United In Kind’ campaign – an awareness-raising movement to help share vital information and resources around tackling social isolation and loneliness in Essex.
THE electric car ‘notspots’ have been revealed for the first time as new Government figures showed places in the UK without any charging points.
IF you’re affected by lung cancer and would like to hear from experts about the latest medical developments, come to our Harlow Information Day this November.
TODAY Nigel Farage launched the Brexit Party’s General Election campaign in Westminster. Neil Greaves, the Brexit Party’s Parliamentary Candidate for Harlow said “It is great to get our campaign officially under way. Nigel has made it clear that Boris Johnson’s Deal is not Brexit.”
THOSE who wish to apply for a firearms or shotgun licence will now be required to supply medical information verified by a GP, as part of the application process. This applies to all applications regardless of medical conditions or not.
BURNT Mill Academy is the only secondary school in Essex to achieve the country’s highest accolade for arts education.
CHILDREN on the verge of gaining more independence have learnt how to be safe while out riding their bikes.
HARLOW Rugby Club will be raising money and awareness for Movember by growing possibly the worst facial hair in the league(s).
ST Clare Hospice, has launched a festive selection of greeting cards, available to purchase in any of their eight charity shops and online within their eBay store.
OCTOBER was another record breaking month for YourHarlow.
ESSEX Police are putting a dispersal order in place in a part of Harlow following concerns about possible anti-social behaviour on Halloween.
A HARLOW man was among four men to have received suspended prison sentences for their involvement in a brawl on the night of the Leicester City helicopter crash reports the BBC.
ESSEX Police are now in the position to name a man who sadly died after being struck by a car in Harlow on Friday 18 October.
ON FRIDAY, the chair of Harlow Council, Cllr Clive Souter cut the ribbon to launch ICUsteps Harlow.