THE Harvey Centre, Harlow started the half term holidays in spook-tacular style as they celebrated Halloween with some haunting hocus-pocus for the little ones on Saturday 26th October.
JOIN Harlow’s Royal British Legion for a Remembrance Day concert and service commemorating all those who have given their lives since WW1 and the many conflicts since. Featuring music and readings, the concert will also feature standards from Royal British Legion branches in the region.
BORED of new town life and inspired by the first wave of punk, Steve Drewett, Colin Dredd and Tiggy Barber (later Simon Lomond) formed the Newtown Neurotics.
PREPARATIONS are being made for one of the biggest outdoor events in Harlow’s calendar, which is also one of the largest free admission firework displays in the East of England. Harlow Council’s annual free admission bonfire and fireworks night takes place at The Showground in Harlow Town Park this Sunday 3 November 2019.
GUIDE PRICE: £265,000 – £275,000. Recently upgraded two bedroom mid terrace property in a popular part of Harlow. The property has been renovated to a very high standard over the last two years by the current owners including a modern fitted four piece bathroom suite.
CANONS Brook Golf Club to host Quiz Night. Full details on poster.
FIVE female detectives are brought together to confront dark secrets from their past that they would rather forget. A murder is planned… but who is the… Intended Victim?
THE British Takeaway Awards (BTAs) returns for the fifth year and has revealed 2019’s five finalists for “Best Takeaway” in the South East.
PAUL Zerdin and his dysfunctional puppet family are back by popular demand with a brand-new UK tour. As well as starring everyone’s favourites Sam, Albert and Baby, there’ll be his new bodyguard, an urban fox, some hilarious audience participation – and a talking ice cream
IN the late 1950s, Gillian Holroyd is a modern-day witch living in New York City’s Greenwich Village. When she encounters charming publisher Shepherd Henderson.
THE WORK of a Harlow business man has ensured that key financial investment has been secured at a school in Bangladesh.
A DISPLAY of poppies falling from the balcony of Harlow’s Civic Centre has been unveiled today.
Free self-defence classes with Kazen Kai. Full details on poster.
Children who may lack confidence in taking part in sporting competitions are thriving at their own clubs.
CHILDREN who may lack confidence in taking part in sporting competitions are thriving at their own clubs.
Jeff Brazier Has Joined Forces with Poppy Collectors in Essex to Launch The Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal The Poppy Appeal 2019 launches with a host of undercover celebrities hidden amongst the Legion’s 40,000 collectors across the UK Jeff Brazier is one of a number of famous faces from the worlds of music and entertainment […]
THE Harvey Centre is excited to announce that Harlow based inclusive performing arts group ‘Razed Roof’ will be running FREE puppet making workshops in the centre on Thursday 31st October.
ELAINE Prewer, a Personal Injury Solicitor at regional law firm Attwaters Jameson Hill, has completed a gruelling trek along the Great Wall of China and raised over £3,300 for the firm’s Charity of the Year, Essex & Herts Air Ambulance (EHAAT). Over the course of the five-day trek, Elaine’s group walked approximately 35 kilometres over challenging terrain, passing through watchtowers and historic battle stations.
ON Saturday 19 October Harlow’s Big Draw family day took place organised by the Harlow Art Trust. Creative activities took place at the Gibberd Gallery & the Harvey Centre led by artists Nicola Burrell, Debbie Bent and Bristy Chowdury. The day was part of the international Big Draw Festival and also saw the opening of the Adopt A Sculpture Exhibitions.
A LONG-standing NSPCC fundraiser from Royston will race up 38 floors to the top of an iconic skyscraper in aid of the charity on Sunday 27th October.
HARLOW singer-songwriter Declan J Donovan has released a new single ‘Homesick’, a stirring folk singalong powered by his soulful croon and imbued with what is fast becoming his trademark way with a masterful melody. It’s a song about missing your loved ones. “Whenever I go on tour the thing I always miss most is my family and friends,” he says.
Messy Halloween at St Mary’s. Full details on poster.
Friends of Pets Corner Christmas Fayre
SOUNDS Right Phonics Classes for Kids are excited to be bringing their sessions to the families who attend the Upwards With Downs group at the Treehouse Children’s Centre in Parnall Road, Harlow. The preschool sessions run by Isobel Ghadami, an experienced primary school teacher have been running for just over a year now and she was excited to be invited to add these sessions to her classes.
ENTHUSIASTIC and driven Graduate Sports Therapist/Physiotherapist to work with a world-class Sports Injury Clinic