Sophie Locke talks to Doreen Goodall from Canalability, Harlow, a registered charity dedicated to working with disabled people, community and youth groups “I’ve always been the person to look for something new, a challenge I can really get stuck in to”. “I leave CanalAbility every time knowing we have made a differenceContinue Reading

Sophie Locke talks to Colin Lincoln, a lifetime dedicated to nature, keeping Harlow green “Volunteer work is crucial to keeping our green spaces, and a number of us now meet up several times a week to keep our town flourishing.” Finding our path in life can take years and many aContinue Reading

Amanda Westbury writes about Gatehouse Arts; Art, Community and Friendship coming together in the heart of Harlow many friendships formed through people working together to realise an idea or concept, through a joint venture putting on a show or event, or by just having a shared interest. Gatehouse Arts firstContinue Reading

Behind my childhood home in Hollyfield, there is a sculpture, in fact if we had a back gate it would open onto a rather prominent stone column. It’s been there as long as I can remember, protruding though the pavement, into the little paved residential square, off-centre enough to suggestContinue Reading

Historians and garden experts describe Sir Frederick Gibberd’s garden as being a ‘20th century masterpiece’ or ‘landscape as theatre’, but it simply makes me smile. Smile because Sir Frederick didn’t have a grand plan for his garden, if something didn’t work he simply moved it elsewhere or got rid ofContinue Reading

Gates open 6pm, starts 8pm Admission Adults £10.00 (on door £12.00), Children £8.00 (on door £10.00) Bring a picnic and enjoy the Garden before the show DOT Productions are a professional company who have been a regular feature in the Garden for three years. They delighted us with She StoopsContinue Reading

Strawberry Cream Tea Sunday, Sunday June 30 2pm – 6pm Adults £4.00. Concessions £3.00. Accompanied children £1.00 (6-16) Cream teas not included Get your own little piece of Wimbledon by enjoying a strawberry cream tea and of course experiencing the peace and tranquillity of this ‘hidden gem of a garden'(tripContinue Reading