THE Not Forgotten is seeking your support to find and thank our remaining World War II veterans, who have been denied their 75th anniversary celebrations by Covid-19. While a sense of normality is returning for many, the harsh realities of the pandemic still exists for our veterans, who have been forced to spend VE and VJ […]
A SURVEY of the area around the site of an Augustinian priory near Harlow, has uncovered the location of an annual medieval fair granted to the priory’s patron by Edward III in 1332 reports archaeology.co.uk
THE 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain was marked at North Weald’s St. Andrew’s Church and at the airfield itself.
HARLOW Council is looking for residents to make 3 inch size poppies which will form part of a public display leading up to Remembrance Sunday in November.
PATACC invites you to Harlow Black History Festival 2020 a FREE event being held a Harlow Museum on the 3rd October 10.30am-4.30pm, This years theme will be Black Lives Matter.
THE FINAL part of our VJ Day 75 coverage shows the playing of the Last Post at sunset on Saturday.
SOMETIMES, it is only when you hear personal testimony of what happened in a war that you get some idea of the horror.
OVER a hundred residents paid their respects at a ceremony to mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in Japan (VJ Day).
EVERY single person in Harlow owes war veteran Richard Edser a debt of honour.
A VICTORY IN Japan (VJ Day) service is set be held in Harlow on Saturday.
HARLOW’S Craig Messenger was only 16 when he responded to an advert in a local paper – 40 years later it’s led to his employers recognising him for his long service to the electrical industry.
HARLOW Town Station opened on July 13th 1960. It was built to serve the then new town of Harlow and designed by the British Rail Eastern Region Architect’s Department.
THIS year marks the 25th anniversary of the atrocities that took place at Srebrenica, which have since been ruled and recognised as genocide by the international courts.
IF you have never discovered the wonderful world of Talking Pictures TV that now might be the time!
TO those of you knitting poppies for this year’s Royal British Legion 2020 Poppy Appeal Tribute.
WE would just like to take a moment to thank you for looking in. We continue to grow and grow and that is many ways thanks to our growing number of readers in Harlow and beyond.
DURING the last few months, it has been through the greatest test in its lifetime. And it will continue to deal with the many challenges brought about by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic for the foreseeable future.
FOR some years, “poppy fairies” have decorated the Harlow War Memorial with poppies for Remembrance Day.
ON a beautiful sunny June, it was wonderful to go to the Gibberd Garden, off Gilden Way and celebrate the twenty five years of the Trust by speaking to the hard wrong volunteers there.
OVER the years, we have always tried to preserve the memory of those who have played their part in the armed services.
YH likes to dip into the wonderful Facebook page called Photos of Harlow, Old and New. On Wednesday, there was a long thread reminiscing about the many times, Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen played the Harlow Town Park in the sixties and seventies.
THE armed forces flag has been raised outside the Civic Centre ahead of national armed forces day on Saturday 27 June 2020.
BLACK LIFE MATTERS AND STATUES Dear Editor, I am writing to you regarding the recent Black Lives Matters (BLM) campaign to remove various statues as a direct response to the recent death of George Floyd in the United States of America. The removal of the Edward Colston statue in Bristol has quite rightly led to […]
TRIBUTES have been paid to a much loved Harlow resident who has sadly passed away.