THE Harvey Centre, Harlow is set to start the half term holidays in style as they celebrate Halloween with some haunting hocus-pocus for the little ones on Saturday 26th October.
Harlow Arts Trust invite you to the Big Draw. Full details on poster.
WITH the average cost of a detached house in the capital rising £172,472 in the past five years, buyers are frequently looking to other areas in search of better value for money reports propertyreporter.
AS the council looks to improve green infrastructure and walking routes across Essex, Cllr Kevin Bentley, Deputy Leader of Essex County Council and Cabinet Member for Infrastructure has recognised the importance of providing safe, suitable bridleways in the County, not only for pedestrians and cyclists but for the many horse riding enthusiasts across Essex.
THE Harvey Centre excited to welcome, popular seasonal pop-up shop, Calendar Club back to the centre in time for the busy Christmas period.
Synonymous with the arrival of the festive season, Calendar Club enters its 21st year in 2019.
TWO members of the Harlow junior parkrun core team were busy last week visiting three primary schools in Harlow to spread the word about how wonderful Harlow junior parkrun is!
GREAT progress is being made on two public poppy displays which will be unveiled in Harlow this month ahead of Remembrance Sunday in November.
Harlow Chorus to perform the Mass of the Martyrs. Full details on poster.
A PRE-bookable community bus service serving the Harlow area is proving to be a great success since it was launched by Epping Forest Community Transport.
YOU can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life. Celebrating Over 40 years of ABBA
THE short life of Harlow resident Reginald Wheeler as read out by the Harlow theatre community.
THE short life of Harlow resident Albert Beadle as read out by the Harlow theatre community.
WITH support from the loudest power pop band on earth – Los Pepes! DJs spinning rock & roll vinyl before, between and after the bands.
ON Tuesday 8th October the children at Holy Cross Primary Academy took part in “The Mental Health Dance Challenge” with Sharon Lawton for the Chrissy B show on Sky TV.
PUPILS at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy, in Harlow, celebrated National Poetry Day by taking part in a poetry slam competition.
Daniel Robinson’s to host Open Day. Full details on poster.
HARLOW-based Herts & Essex Community Farm has been awarded the U.K. Community Garden of the Year 2019 by Cultivation Street. The community project was awarded £3000, presented to them by celebrity gardener David Domoney, and 100 geranium plants for next spring by Calliope flowers, the sponsors of the award.
Halloween at Herts and Essex Community Garden. Full details on poster.
St Clare Hospice celebrates its supporters this Hospice Care Week THIS Hospice Care Week, starting today and running until 13th October 2019, West Essex and East Herts charity St Clare Hospice, is using this national awareness week to demonstrate the considerable work, undertaken by a team of unsung heroes, to deliver our expert palliative care, […]
STEWARDS Academy celebrated the European Day of languages in typical style, combining the day with a sensational Bake Off. The day started with a special assembly to celebrate the range of languages spoken by children at Stewards.
HARLOW’S favourite punk poet headlines a great night of music at The Herald.
IF you were lucky enough to get tickets for the ASL performance of ‘This is Me’ this weekend then you were in for a treat. Not only was the performance thoroughly entertaining, with plenty of opportunity for the audience members (including this one) to get up and clap along, but also heart warming and emotional. There weren’t many people who left the Victoria Hall Theatre in Old Harlow with a dry eye!
THE Harvey Centre has teamed up with children’s toy shop The Entertainer to welcome characters from the popular preschool TV show ‘PJ Masks’ to the centre.
THE PROPERTY Just one family ownership since new, which is less than ten years ago, a very individual three storey Town House set in the heart of the old town conservation area, opposite a small memorial park and a delightful 16th century recently re-thatched cottage, what a view.