ONE of the few known survivors of the pedal-less forerunner of the bicycle has undergone expert repair and refurbishment by the Knutsford Penny Farthing Museum.
THE Branch meets at the St. John’s Arts & Recreation Centre, Market Street, Harlow, CM17 0AJ . This building is the former St John the Baptist church which has been converted into a well used recreation centre. It is an appropriate building for family historians to meet.
WHEN Harlow Town beat Leicester City in the FA Cup Third Round Replay, they were the talk of the country. More importantly, the whole town was celebrating.
THE GAME has gone down in Harlow’s history as one of its great days. Close to 10,000 fans packed into the Sportscentre to see the team pull off a stunning victory against a Leicester side with household names.
THIS WEEK, forty years ago, Harlow Town performed one of the great giant-killing performances when they held Leicester City to a draw in the FA Cup.
IT WAS sad to hear of the passing of Neil Innes aged 75. He was known for his associations with the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, Monty Python, The Rutles as well as his own solo career.
YOU may have been enjoying a Bailey’s or two over the festive period but did you know that it was “invented” in Harlow.
THE BBC are making a film looking at how Britain has changed in the past 70 years during the course of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, from the beginnings of the welfare state, to the Northern Ireland peace process and Thatcherite Britain.
HARLOW Civic Society will be holding its AGM on Tuesday 14th January at the Museum, starting at 7.30pm. All members, friends and interested citizens are invited to hear keynote speaker, Andrew Bramidge, Harlow Council’s Head of Environment and Planning.
A PIECE of wreckage from a German bomber which was shot down during a mission to destroy homes in Britain during the Second World War is to be auctioned to raise money for the more peaceful and constructive purpose of helping today’s homeless.
A CEREMONY took place outside the Civic Centre in The Water Gardens to mark the end of World War One on November 11th, 1918.
HUNDREDS OF Harlow residents flocked to the Town Park to pay their respects at the Royal British Legion Remembrance Service today (Sunday).
WE have a channel called The Fallen of Harlow in World War One.
HARLOW RUGBY Club paid its respects to those who gave their lives in conflicts around the world.
THE short lives of Harlow residents, Robert Evelyn Stanford and William Hilton Stanford Poole as read by Alan Howick.
THE short life of Harlow resident, Ernest Woolard as read by John Johansson.
THE short life of Harlow resident, Thomas William Kerry as read by Rev. Alison Taylor.
THE SHORT life of Harlow resident, Charles Frank Lindsell as read by Potter Street, Ian Walker.
THE SHORT life of Harlow resident, Frank Aley as read by Potter Street resident, Jane Chivrall.
HARLOW Rugby Club are proud to support The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal and help in making a contribution to raising much-needed funds to help people in the Armed Forces community.
THE SHORT life of Harlow residents Frederick Benjamin and Charles Pavitt as read by Cathleen Younger at the Potter Street Baptist Church.
THE SHORT lives of Harlow residents Arthur Henry and George Brown as read by Maggie Hulcoop.
CHILDREN and families of Holy Cross made approximately 1000 poppies using various skills such as crochet, salt dough and junk modelling to name a few to create a whole school remembrance display in the front reception area of the school.
ON Sunday 10 November 2019 the annual Remembrance Sunday service will take place at Netteswell Cross war memorial in Harlow Town Park. Those attending are advised to arrive at 10.30am.