Hatfield Broad Oak holds first Festival of Motoring

By Sam Roberts / 25th August 2017 / 0 Comments
The Ford Mustang Convertible 1968 Which Was Awarded Best In Show (Owned by John Carver)

Numerous vintage, classic, sports and custom cars were on display this weekend at Hatfield Broad Oak’s first annual Festival of Motoring. The event was a brand-new addition to Hatfield Broad Oak’s Village Fair. The car show wasn’t the only thing going on at the medieval 12th century church as there were several stalls and activities […]

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Lea Valley turns 50

By Samantha Kalogirou / 20th June 2017 / 0 Comments

Lee Valley Regional Park is giving away hundreds of free tickets for a selection of their activities to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The Lee Valley Regional Park Authority was established in 1967. The 26-mile-long park attracts roughly seven million visitors a year and is memorable for its role hosting the canoe events in the 2012 […]

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Innovative cafe in Harlow Playhouse

By Trudy Harper / 19th June 2017 / 0 Comments

Innovative Café Space at The Harlow Playhouse By Trudy Harper   HARLOW’S Playhouse new café bar offers an inviting community hub with secluded areas aimed at providing just the right space for your needs.   Comfortable leather sofas give way to exciting play areas just around the corner from a large practical committee table and […]

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What mental health therapies are available?

By Emily Cooper / 16th May 2017 / 0 Comments

With mental health issues getting more and more attention in the media, The Harlow Harrier spoke to a Harlow-based mental health charity to find out more. You might be surprised to find out just how many therapies are available for people who are suffering from mental health issues. These issues range from grief and depression […]

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Spring is Sprung

By Trudy Harper / 28th March 2017 / 0 Comments

Spring has Sprung!   SPRING is in the air at Pets Corner in Harlow Town park. Eggs are incubating in time for a batch of Easter chicks, guinea pigs are soaking up the sunshine on the grass and the staff are excited to announce some new arrivals. Pauline Neate, an animal carer at the park […]

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