XII I II III IIII V VI VII VIII IX X XI

News

Responsive image

THE FINAL DAY for deliveries from Tesco’s is now set for Monday. The final day was due to be August 25th but one of the final nails in the coffins is now July 15th. Many of the 800 workers have either taken redundancy or moved…

Responsive image

THE CHAIRMAN OF The Maypole Club, Jeff Boucher has marked out his plan to help as many organisations as possible that use the London Road club. In a letter to Harlow MP, Robert Halfon. He said: “I notified the Manager of the club, and the…

Responsive image

HARLOW Council is hosting a public forum for residents to discuss how Harlow’s bus services and facilities can be improved. While Harlow Council manages the town’s bus station it is not responsible for any bus services however it recognises the importance of ensuring people receive…

Responsive image

DATA from Essex Highways has revealed that Killed and Seriously Injured (KSI) casualties decreased in 2012 and are at their lowest since at least 2005. The data, released following last week’s publication by the Department of Transport “Road Casualties in Great Britain; Main Results 2012”,…

Responsive image

POLICE are appealing for witnesses following an assault in Harlow. Two men have been arrested in connection with the incident which happened near to Pizza Hut, off Terminus Street, at about 6.25pm on Monday June 24. The men, aged 50 and 40 and both from…

Responsive image

HARLOW Council leader, Mark Wilkinson has expressed his anger at the sudden closure of the Maypole Club. Councillor Wilkinson said: “We are extremely concerned about the sudden closure of this facility and about the impact that it will have on local groups and members of…

Responsive image

ROALD Dahl’s “The Witches” Adapted for stage by David Wood Directed by Kyle Jaggers Venue: Victoria Hall, Old Harlow. This Roald Dahl classic tells the scary, funny and imaginative tale of a seven-year-old boy who has a run-in with some real-life witches! In fairy tales…

Responsive image

HARLOW FOODBANK worked like Trojans all weekend to help feed the hungry and the needy in the town. They were at Tesco’s in Edinburgh Way and Church Langley and were helped by a very very charitable Harlow public. They collected 1504 kgs of foodstuffs in…

Responsive image

HARLOW Council are hosting ,in partnership with One Nucleus, a free event for Medtech businesses on 15th July between 5pm and 7.30pm at the Harlow Civic Centre on the theme of “Commercialising Technologies and Products for an Ageing Population”. At the meeting representatives from the…

Responsive image

A CLUB that has been synonymous with the history of the Harlow may well have closed its doors for the last time. Staff and members of the Maypole Club in London Road, Harlow were informed yesterday (Tuesday) by Pearson and Synthomer (formerly Yule and Catto)…

Responsive image

TO celebrate the exciting changes at Lakeside, intu is inviting everyone to a party on 13th and 14th July. Featuring two jam-packed days of music and dance, food and drink, family fun, local community groups and surprises around every corner, the intu Lakeside Summer Party…

Responsive image

DETECTIVES are appealing for information following a burglary in Harlow in which four men burst into a house and threatened a woman with a firearm. The break-in happened between 10-11pm on Monday, July 8 when four men entered the property on Old Road and pushed…

Responsive image

HARLOW LABOUR were out in force at the weekend to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the NHS. Prospective parliamentary candidate, Suzy Stride was joined by a number of Labour councillors as well as union officials and health workers. Suzy Stride said: “We are here to…

Responsive image

COPS are renewing their appeal for witnesses after reviewing CCTV of an assault in Harlow which was filmed by his young attackers on their mobile telephones. The assault happened at the back of the library off Tilegate Road in the Bush Fair area of the…

Responsive image

THE SUN finally appeared this week, just in time for Linkfest in the Harlow Town Park. Hundreds flocked to near the bandstand to hear a great variety of acts from across the area. The YH cameras dropped in on singer-songwriter, Dean Austin, who showed great…

Responsive image

THIS summer, Essex Libraries will open the door of the Creepy House. Children can visit any Essex Library during the holidays to pick up a Creepy House poster and choose some exciting stories to start them on their spine-tingling journey around this house of unlikely…