IN a simple but poignant ceremony, Victory in Japan Day (VJ Day) was marked down in Harlow Town Park.
VETERANS from the Harlow Branch of the Royal British Legion and children of Far East Prisoners of War will be joined by the chair and vice chair of Harlow Council at a VJ Day Service of Remembrance. The service will be held at 10.30am on Thursday August 15th down at the Netteswell Cross in the […]
LEARN all about Market Street’s history on a guided walk, followed by tea/coffee & biscuits at the ARC.
ON FRIDAY August 2nd, over 40 people gathered at The Shark pub in Harlow to share golden memories about the Foldcroft Playscheme.
WHAT a fabulous day the club experienced last Thursday (1st August) when we entertained the Club Cricket Conference annual match against the MCC, being their first ever visit as far as we know. And on Spicers field, our under
11’s entertained the touring California Cricket Academy U’11’s as well.
THE SHORT life of Harlow resident Joseph Culver as read out by Harlow councillor, Chris Vince.
THE short life of Lee Lewis as read ou thy Burnt Mill Academy student Lucy.
Harlow CC Press Release/Picket fencing project HARLOW Cricket Club have just completed the last (well hopefully!) piece of the jigsaw of their exciting new club house which was formally opened in 2017 with a 40 metre run of picket fencing across the front giving the finishing touch to their cricket ‘pavilion’ as their President Alan […]
A Personal Tribute MARLENE Scanlan Brooks, one of Harlow’s most passionate lovers of the area’s history has died, aged 70, after a short illness. Marlene was very much the keeper of the flame of local history in Harlow. Marlene kept the spirit alive with organisations such as the Harlow History Society but also on-line with […]
THE Gibberd Gallery invites you to the opening of their upcoming exhibition ‘Sculptural Citizens’ this August 10th,
THE Irish Times has reported that Boris Johnson, who will probably be the next prime minister, may be having trouble with Irish names.
FOLLOWING a short presentation (approx. 40 minutes), the event invites an open discussion about people’s memories of Harlow’s anniversary commemorations and the town.
SEVENTY five years of association between the Royal Norwegian Airforce and North Weald Airfield is celebrated on Monday 15 July with a visit from Major General Tonje Skinnarland Chief of the Royal Norwegian Airforce and senior Norwegian government officials.
DO you knit or do you know someone who could knit poppies?
IN 1985, US Tennis star Anne White played a first round match at Wimbledon in an all-in-one bodysuit.
THE short life of William Stanham as read out by Frances Mason.
“FROM trips to Walton, town park pony rides, Athlon camping competing against other Playschemes in Harlow by the River Stort, Harlow carnival floats, netball, football cricket competitions, skateboard ramp (probably one of the first in that era), camp making. The list is endless.
TODAY (24 June) Harlow Council held a flag raising ceremony outside the Civic Centre, to honour and remember members of the armed forces.
THE short life of James Seymour as read by Harlow councillor Shannon Jezzard.
YOU may have noticed that a number of our news items are accompanied by films. The films have their own channel on youtube.
THE short life of Harlow resident, Bernard Wheeler, as read out by councillor Bob Davis.
A CEREMONY to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings took place outside the Harlow Council civic offices this morning (Thursday).
THE short life of James Bailey read out by member of St Mary-at-Latton church, Christine Cox.
THE short life of Sydney Cowlin read out by member of St Mary-at-Latton church, Julia Sheffield. This project has been brought to you with the support of Harlow Council’s Civic Fund and HTS Ltd. Never Forget. Tweet