- Essex Farmers’ Markets
- Harlow Council
- Visit Harlow
- Round About Harlow
- Bishop’s Stortford Official Town Website
- East Herts Ramblers
- Ongar Music Club
Places to Visit
Audley End is a glorious Jacobean stately home owned by English Heritage. Its kitchen garden looks much as it would have done in late Victorian times, full of vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers to supply the household.
Duxford is Europe’s premier aviation museum – as well as having one of the finest collections of tanks, military vehicles and naval exhibits in the country. This famous heritage site began as an airfield in the First World War and also played a vital role in the Second World War, firstly as an RAF fighter station and later as an American fighter base.
Open April to September Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 2.00 – 6.00, Marsh Lane (on the right leaving Sheering for Harlow)
Civic Centre, The Water Gardens, Harlow. Weekdays 9.00 – 5.00. Sat 9.00 – 12 noon
Closed on Bank Holidays. Admission Free
The Shell House is restored and open to visitors on most days throughout the summer and at weekends for the rest of the year; exhibition in Discovery Room by the lake, explaining history, management and wildlife of the Forest. Tel: 01279 870678
Dane Tree House, Perry Green, Much Hadham
Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 9.30 – 3.30
Muskham Road Harlow CM20 2LF
The gallery features work of professional artists and craftsmen who live and work in the vicinity. Parndon Mill Lane, Off Elizabeth Way Harlow. Tel: 01279 426042
St John’s ARC offers a varied programme of activities and events for all ages which include exhibitions and workshops. St Johns Walk, Market Street, Old Harlow.
Playhouse Square, Harlow It is our aim to be a centre of cultural excellence accessible to all; working in partnership to improve the quality of life for those living in Harlow and the immediate surrounds by providing the stimulus, encouragement and opportunity for everyone to enjoy the experience of live theatre and the performing arts.
Stages about 6 or 8 shows a year including classical drama, modern, experimental poetry, revues – in fact anything that involves theatrical skills. Harlow Theatre Company