Athletics: Success at Essex Vets Cross Country

HARLOW Running Club members had a successful weekend with two club records and four personal best times (PB). Pride of place goes to Daniel Jephcott who ran the Fell Foot Parkrun 5K in Newby Bridge, Cumbria. Jephcott finished in 3rd place out of 141 finishers and 1st Under 20 in a fantastic PB time of 19min 12sec to create a new HRC U20 record.

Santa is coming to the Harvey Centre

THIS Saturday (6 December), The Harvey Centre, in Harlow, will host Mrs Santa’s Kitchen, a free workshop for children. From 10.30am to 3pm, little ones will be able to get hands-on and decorate festive treats such as candy canes and gingerbread, which they can take home for all the family.

Review: The Accrington Pals

THE whole play is held together by the matriarchal May, played by Sue Macpherson. Sue pitches the part perfectly as May tries to keep mind and body together as well as a fear and yearning for young artist Tom, played by David Baker. David also performed very well as the young artist with burning desire and a lust for life.

Come and support Small Business Saturday

To mark the day, aimed at nurturing those with their own small businesses and encouraging everyone to shop locally, Harlow Mums in Business and Mumpreneurs Networking Club, have joined forces with one of the busiest venues, the Gateway, to provide a networking and support forum for small companies, and Christmas fayre which will showcase some of the multi-talented business people of Harlow and its surrounding area.

Athletics: Juniors impress in the mud

HAC’s juniors competed at the 2nd Essex League XC match this season at a very muddy Hylands Park at Chelmsford on Sat 15th Nov. The strength and depth of competition in the Essex League junior races is exceptional and the standard was very high across the age groups.

Athletics: Harlow tough it out in the mud

HARLOW Running Club competed in the first round of the East Herts and West Essex Cross Country League on Sunday at a muddy 5 mile course at Ware. The league consists of teams from Harlow RC, Bishop’s Stortford RC, Hoddesdon Tri, Saffron Walden Striders and Ware Joggers with the final league winners going on to compete in a national final. Harlow ladies team finished 3rd, the men 4th and overall Harlow were 3rd.

Nishall’s Blog” Big up Harlow!

HARLOW has a young population. 21 per cent of residents are aged 0-15 years, which is significantly higher than the Essex and England average. I can happily say that we are an important town and we have many future developing young leaders, which we need to tell that Harlow is their town and they need to make Harlow proud and put Harlow on the map of great places.