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Hatfield Heath Village Magazine Nov 2013

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5th November, Coffee Morning Remembrance Service 10th November

Bacon Rolls 10am in the Institute Holy Trinity Church 09-30 hrs

16th November Church Bazaar Act of Remembrance at the

in Hatfield Heath Village Hall War Memorial at 11-00 hrs
12noon to 3pm
November 11th Act of Remembrance
Many Stalls Father Christmas for Children
Bacon Rolls at 12noon to 1.30pm at War Memorial with School Children
also Teas & cake till 3pm Time 11-00 hrs

Christmas Tree Festival ROYAL BRITISH LEGION
Hatfield Heath & District Branch
8th and 9th December in Holy Trinity A.G.M. 12th November 19-30 hrs at U.R.C. HALL.
Persons wishing to Donate and Decorate a Tree ROYAL BRITISH LEGION WOMEN`S SECTION

Phone 01279 730 042 Christmas Dinner at Hunters Meet
There will be a Prize for best Judged Tree
on 9th December 12-00 hrs for 12-30 hrs
If anyone in the village currently subscribes to BT Price £20 including Raffle Ticket
Broadband and has been having issues with their Also Entertainment
service intermittently ‘dropping out’ on more than 10 All Welcome
occasions each day, please can you contact me. We live Phone 01279 730 042
at the village end of the Stortford Road and have had
countless, fruitless visits from BT engineers who to UNITED REFORMED CHURCH
date have been unable to resolve the problem. Each
time we are told something different. Remembrance Sunday
It may well be a case of noise interference, for which a
specialist REIN engineer is required. 10th November 9.45am
I am pulling my hair out trying to resolve this and
thought that we could join forces if you are Then at the War Memorial at 10.50am
experiencing the same.

Many thanks Jo Taylor 07914 580 344 Sam is not a BT customer but is very sympathetic
Email: [email protected]
I am a BT customer and every evening and weekends my internet
drops out which I assumed was due to overload at peak times so I
am very interested in finding out what the solution may be. I rely a
lot on the internet for emails for the Village Magazine

Web :




You don’t have to live with pain!

· Relief from back, neck and joint problems NOISY GRAVEL DRIVE
· Relaxation of tight, painful muscles
· Effective treatment for migraines, tennis The joy of living next to one of the noisiest gravel
driveways you will find anywhere, due to the type of
elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, construction which does not allow the gravel to bed
plantarfasciitis, achilles tendonitis, down, with recorded noise levels of over 120
fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, decibels by our windows from vehicles using the
IBS driveway. The noise made worse with the erection
· Help for breathing difficulties and stress of the double garage with the doors directly opposite
related problems our bedroom and kitchen windows and the owners
· Gentle treatment for new mothers and failing to respond to an earnest request to negotiate
babies with regard to a hard paved strip by the side of our
home, to give us and neighbours opposite some
To make an appointment or for more information, peace and quiet. A letter from our doctor has been
please contact me: passed to Uttlesford Environmental Health
Department with regard to the noise and stress of
Tel: 01279 718331 trying to get some agreement with regard to the
[email protected] driveway, which has ruined our health and the enjoyment of our home. Many thanks to all the
Brook View, Town Farm, Hatfield Broad Oak CM22 7LF people in the village who have given their support
and a special mention for Mark Lemon the
Dec 2013 Chairman of the Parish Council who has gone out of
his way to try to help us.
Daniel Robinson Resident of Hatfield Heath
& Sons

Independent Family Connor scores for the Blues
Funeral Directors & Monumental Masons
Richard Connor finally broke his 9 month goal
A personal caring service drought scoring 3 goals in 2 matches. After a
from family business day or night. period in which a number of open goals were
Our trained staff will be pleased to give free woefully missed, Richard finally came up with the
confidential advice on any matter goods following a flowing move down the right
flank. Richard (49) who has been a regular for the
GOLDEN 3 BULLFIELDS blues teamed up with John Stables and Mark Jay
CHARTER SAWBRIDGEWORTH to finish a delicate cross field pass to slot home to
the delight of the onlooking team members. The
FUNERAL PLANS (01279) 722476 blues went on to win 6-4 in a hard fought match.
He then followed this up with two goals last night
79/81 SOUTH STREET WYCH ELM (14/10/2013) which saw the blues trounce the
BISHOP'S STORTFORD HARLOW yellows 12-6. His manager was heard to say later
that he was thinking of dropping the pacey winger
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Should have been a happy day. your Carpets and Upholstery
Hoping for the team to win this was not going to be,
as you see. · Manufacturers Recommend Professional
Spoiling the Village Green as well, of course we cleaning every 12-18 months
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One law for them and one for us. · Everyday dirt and grime Reduces the life of
We were not allowed to make a fuss your Upholstery and Carpets
Too many laws again
Health & Safety put to shame · It simply Looks Better
Lots hope it does not happen again
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1301 Jan March May July Sept Nov 2013 3 Jan 2014

June 2014 .Extra jobs claim is “wild exaggeration”
Michael O'Leary’s claim that an extra 7,000 jobs will
Fed up with be created by its latest deal with Stansted Airport
owners Manchester Airport Group (MAG) has been
moss and weed? Lawn Treatment Service described by SSE as “wild exaggeration of the worst
kind” because it could raise false hopes and it could
I offer:- be seized upon by developers to justify the need for
•Regular lawn feeds more local house-building. The reality is that the
•Weed and moss treatment Ryanair deal for the next ten years will do little more
•Aeration than return Stansted to its 2007/08 peak, at which
•Scarifying time the airport employed about 2,000 more people
than today.
CALL ANDREW NOW FOR A If Mr O’Leary’s logic were to be applied, Stansted
FREE LAWN SURVEY would have lost over 6,000 jobs in the past five years,
in line with the fall in annual passenger numbers from
01279 466 100 or 07791 128 399 23.8 million to 17.6 million.
"Michael O'Leary's claim that 1,000 jobs are created for every extra million passengers is a wild
exaggeration,” says Brian Ross, SSE’s economics
13022 January December 2013 adviser. “In reality, low cost airlines generate about
300 jobs – including indirect jobs – for every million
More information at:

Protect community against blight, urges SSE

LTD. Stop Stansted Expansion is one of seven airport
campaign groups who have joined forces in writing to
• Specialising in all types of Sir Howard Davies, Chairman of the Airports
ponds & features. Commission, calling upon him to safeguard local
• Professionally designed, residents against airport-related blight. The
installed, restored or maintained. Commission is due to produce an interim report at the
• Local company established end of this year and, if it concludes that the UK needs
since 1987 with excellent after more airport capacity, it will publish a short-list of
care service options. SSE’s Brian Ross said: "We know from past
experience that, as soon as any short-list of airport
Tel: 01279 461 052 expansion options is published, every single area on
that short-list will be hit by generalised blight and
(Answer phone) local residents will experience not only stress and
anxiety, but immediate difficulties in selling their
Mobile: 07711 087 004 homes."
The campaigners' letter to Sir Howard Davies asks
1303 January 2013 to December 2013 him "to make it a pre-condition for being short-listed
for the promoter of an airport development proposal
to undertake to introduce fair and reasonable
arrangements to address the problem of generalised
blight arising from their proposal within three months
of being short-listed and to operate such
arrangements for a minimum period of two years”.


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Sports Shirts Embroidery Re-framing the 5th of November

Memorabilia Mirrors Pastels Fireworks night seems to have been replaced by
Fireworks week or fortnight, often causing
Gallery of artwork by local artists - Gallery space available distress to animals and people alike. Remember
that chickens, rabbits and guinea pigs can be
Member of the Fine Art Trade Guild & Guild Commended Framer extremely susceptible to stress and should be shut
in securely, to minimise noise and light.
Unit F19 Allen House Business Centre, The Maltings Cats should be encouraged to come inside and
Station Road, Sawbridgeworth CM21 9JX kept in after dark to prevent them going missing
or getting run over as they bolt from the noise.
Telephone 01279 260069 For dogs, making a special place as a hideout at
least two weeks in advance of noisy events helps. This is often best located in a dark, quiet place
such as a cupboard under the stairs. Allow the dog
State Registered Chiropodist access to this place at all times. Lead him into it
two or three times a day before the stressful event
Home Visiting Practice so that he can get used to it but never shut him in.
Putting on loud, rhythmic music may help to
Mrs. Julie Golden S.R.Ch. drown out the noise. To ensure that you do not
Est. 1994 reinforce your pet's fear, ignore him when he
looks frightened and reward him with attention
01279 873 492 when he begins to relax.
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[email protected] 6

13104 July 14 P


Margaret and Andy and Richard

and their families

Would like to say a heartfelt thank you for the many
wonderful messages received on the untimely
passing of Peter.
Also thank you to his friends from the theatre world
who produced such an appropriate service of
celebration for him and to all those from so many
parts of his life who contributed.
The family so appreciated the support from the Rev
Stewart Gibbs throughout and to the organist, choir
and bell ringers for their contribution. Again thank
you to the many who attended the service from the
village and to those who travelled to be there. Peter
would have been so proud, if a little embarrassed!
Some have asked if there would be a DVD of the
service. It is now available at a cost of £6 to include
a small donation to Razed Roof (weren’t they
wonderful!). Please telephone 01279 730544 or
email me [email protected] if you would
like one.

Wednesday 6th November 13124 March 14
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For All Building Works - President - Rupert Gosling, Lord of the Manor
Extensions/Renovations - President: Rupert Gosling Esq., Lord of the Manor
Decorating - Plumbing - Electrics
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Tel: 01279 757 323 07836 205 103 Hatfield Heath

13038 Dec 13 P

CARPENTER This publication is part of the
Hatfield Regis History Society

Specialist in bespoke fitted furniture series of books which have
Been produced. This volume

has been researched and

07779 715 888 01371 811 688 compiled by Frank Walsh,
over a two year period. Cost for

13018 January December 2013 this 36pp booklet, containing a

GM range of coloured spreads is
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We offer a wide range of painting and decorating Prisoner of War Camp 116,
solutions for your home or business. Mill Lane,
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Our qualified decorators offer a full consultation to
ensure you receive a service tailored to your needs. This 40 page A5 full
colour book provides
Services include: images and details of
the Camp and
Interior and exterior redecoration experiences of the
Airless/HVLP spraying Villagers, Italian and
Tape and jointing German Prisoners of War
Plastering held in the Camp
from 1941 to 1945.
All staff undertake CSCS health and safety approval Researched and written by
Ivan Cooper.
Please contact us for a full range of services
or a free consultation. Available at Hatfield Heath
and Little Hallingbury Post
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Mobile: 07977 775 672 post £5.90

Website: Hatfield Heath Census in
E-mail: [email protected] 1861.

13033 dec2013


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President - Rupert Gosling, Lord of the Manor General Building & Maintenance

Interest generated by the POW 116 Book is still Conversions, Bathrooms, Kitchens
moving further away from the Village than Plastering, Brickwork, Decorating
expected. In the original text a letter sent across the Call for Free Advice & Estimates
world from New Zealand provided information from 01279 739 136 or 07900 694 664
Val Slattery whose Mother worked at the Camp.
Recently contact was made with the Author from FULLY INSURED
Shirley Clanford who now lives in Suffolk. Her
family moved to Stone Hall in 1939 when she was 6 13013 January to December 2013
months old where her Father worked for Tom
Howard at Matching Hall Farm. Shirley attended General DIY, Curtain Rails and Shelves Erected, Flat Packs
Matching Tye School until she was 11 then had assembled. Patio, Drive and Brickwork Pressure Washed,
transport to Churchgate School in Old Harlow. She Fencing and Sheds Preserved and Repaired, Hedge Cutting,
remembered wartime action that took place over
Matching Green airfield during the war. Ultimately including Shrubs and Tree Pruning,
moving to Red Brick Cottages in Sheering Shirley House Painting, Exterior & Interior, Windows Pipe Work and
was married in 1958 at Sheering Church before a
series of moves taking her to Harlow, Weather Boards Stained and Painted. Fencing Erected,
Bishop’s Stortford, Stansted, Takely, Saffron Gardens and Driveways Shingle.
Walden and finally Hundon in Suffolk. Having seen
the information about the book through a feature in . Contact lan and Jan at
one of our local papers Shirley decided to get in San Michelle, Jacks Lane, Takeley
touch and purchase the book.
01279 870 968
The Society is still engaged in producing work of 07939 531 872
historical interest for the Village with the latest
project for the millennium anniversary of World COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR HOME
War 1 researched and written by John Sly which
will be published next year. He is still requesting [email protected]
further details and any information that could
contribute to his research. An anthology being 13017 January to December 2013
compiled by the Recorders of Uttlesford, who deal
with historical events in the area of Herts and Essex, MHS Builders
also forms part of the planned celebration. Local Builder
Ivan Cooper Carpentry & Roofing
Loft and Garage conversions
Kitchens & Bathrooms
references available on request

Call Mark Savage

Wells and Pumps

The third addendum to the Hatfield Regis Local 13 25 January to December 2013
History Society's 2012 publication “ The Wells
and Pumps of Hatfield Heath” is now to hand • Interior & Exterior decoration
thanks to the late Professor Peter Lines. • carried out to a high specification.
• Full public liability.
SEPTEMBER 2013 • 30 yrs Experience
Well number 45. Gowrie House. Understood
to be beneath the driveway close to the front • Ceilings papered.
door. No pump. Nothing known.
• Wall coverings and wall paper hung
October 2013
THE STAG. Well now filled in. No job too large or too small

Contact Steve.

Phone : 01279 724 805 Mobile : 07836 588 886

Frank Walsh E-mail: [email protected]

Address: Field View, Sheering, Herts.

9 13030 Dec 2013



1859 - 1959

Here is the Eighth report from a

Vicar covers the period 1945 - 1955

Call Sid Perry on 01279 899 029 or 0777 622 1975 Rev. F. B. Horsey, " When I came to Hatfield Heath in
1945, we were just beginning to lick our wounds after the
13048 Jan - Dec 2013 war. A direct hit had demolished the nurses cottage standing
almost in the Churchyard ; the west end of the institute was
MEMORIALS open to the air ; the cricket pitch had a large crater in the
middle where a 500Ib bomb had landed, and there were
J. Day & Son various scars all over the village. But things soon got
going again, and it wasn't long before the institute was
Station Road, Bishop’s Stortford re-built and then opened, the cricket pitch was bulldozed
and sown, and gradually village life came back to
Bishop’s Stortford 01279 654 555 normal. When I arrived, the two Churchwardens were
Edmonton 0208 807 3712 Mr. Broke and Mr. Wordsworth,—and there had been a
Broke Churchwarden ever since the Church was built. Unfortunately, within a year of my institution Mr. Philip
Broke died, and Mr Wordsworth left, so the last tie with
1307 Dec 13 P Gladwyns was broken. Their places were taken by Mr.
Bloxome and Mr. Dix, those two remaining as my faithful
wardens till I left. But with their help a lot was done to
improve the Church and Halls. Mr. Jim Button was appointed
manager of the Halls, and in a very short time we launched
a scheme to re-floor the main Hall at a cost of over £200;
Mr. Button also drew up plans to purchase the land behind
the Hall, so that ultimately we could extend the present
buildings and provide changing rooms behind the stage.
Soon after the floor was finished we installed electricity in
the Church, had the gas taken out, and began negotiations for
the land for the extension of the Churchyard. One last thing
remained to be done ; that was to turn the south transept,
(which had originally, I believe, been used for the staff of
Downham school) into a war memorial chapel; all the
furnishings were given by individual people in memory of
those they loved, while the chairs were bought, each one
being inscribed with the name of one from the village who
had lost his life in the war.
My memories of the nine years or so that I spent at the Heath
will always be very happy ones, because the Heath holds a
very special place in my heart. I have known the village for
the past thirty five years, when I used to cycle there from
boarding school at Harlow. My parents lived there and my
family also lived there, so it was more like a home to me than
a Parish where I worked. Mr. Lawton, the congregational
minister, came almost simultaneously, and I can truthfully
say that we had nine years work together in harmony ; we ran
a joint Youth Club ; we had our Sunday School outing on
the same day to the same place at the same price ; and
between us, I think we knew every soul in the district. Of
course, there were many changes during that time. Miss
Harris, who had been part of the village since time
immemorial, and organist for years left—and left us without
an organist. Mr. Dix, who had been as much part of the
Heath as the oak tree in the middle, retired—but before be


retired lie became a lay reader, and it wasn't long before he Richard Petchey of Mildenhall, who died in 1680, left a house of
became organist, gardener, stoker and everything rolled into four rooms, but the inventory was remarkably sparse, with a
one. All those posts became vacant when Mr. Newman, value totalling only £9.19.6d. Did this indicate that some person
(our verger for years) died, followed soon afterwards by (or people) had already managed to make away with several
Mr. Taylor, the gardener. The one who seems to have gone items?
on, and to be ageless is Miss Coleman. She was there Meryl spoke at length about the inventory of her own ancestor,
when I came. She was there when I left; and she is still Israel Barrel, a grocer, who died in Stowmarket in 1675. The
there, and will probably be still there when I return to my Barrel family was known in Stowmarket during the seventeenth
family grave in the Churchyard, note. A Stained Glass century; in 1644, Israel Barrel was a churchwarden, and one of
Window in memory of the Horsey Family, was dedicated the receivers of "the rate for the discovery of witches" when
by the Bishop of Barking, on Trinity Sunday, 1954 Matthew Hopkins, the witch-finder of the eastern counties,
arrived in the town. He issued a tradesman's farthing token
President - Rupert Gosling, Lord of the Manor (undated) at the Grocer's Arms in Stowmarket at sometime in the
latter half of the seventeenth century. Meryl described the
Tuesday 19th November inventory in detail, following the appraisers from room to room
as they went round the property, itemising the contents, even
Coin finds in North West Essex – Tony Carter down to the chamber pot in a bedroom. Clearly Israel Barrel was
a wealthy man, owning a house and shop, the house including a
We meet at the U R C Hall at 7.30 Visitors welcome. "hall" (large family public room). Altogether there were some
twenty rooms of various shapes, sizes and uses, showing that this
WINDOWS ON THE PAST was a comfortably off family.
John Sly
Harlow Petty Sessions 30th July 1870.
James Bacon, Hatfield Heath Baker, charged with “Wendycot”,Chelmsford Road,
Hatfield Heath,
not being provided with scales and weights on 20th
July when delivering bread at Matching. Fined 1s Bishop’S Stortford, Herts
with 9s costs. Opening Hours

HATFIELD REGIS LOCAL Mon - Fri 8am - 5.30pm


Meryl Catty, who is well-known in the Hallingburys for her [email protected]
history talks, but was last night making her debut in the
Hatfields, gave a talk entitled DUDFINS LANGLES AND
SCUMMERS at the URC Hall (changed from St Mary's, HBO,
because of the roof repairs). Meryl's talk encouraged family
historians to discover not only who our ancestors were, but also
something about the lives they led. This could be done in part by
researching wills and probate inventories. She began by saying
that from about the middle of the sixteenth century to the middle
of the eighteenth, it was the law that when a person died, an
inventory, with valuations, should be made of his/her estate in
order to prevent an unscrupulous
executor or relative from making away with any of the goods.
These inventories, drawn up by a so-called appraiser (or
appraisers) allows twenty-first century genealogists to gain some
idea about what their ancestors owned and were using in their
everyday lives.
Meryl gave some examples. Samuel Gooch, who died in 1647 in
Stanningfield, Suffolk, had no more than the clothes he died in
and his crossbow. He had fought on the wrong side in the Civil
War, and had had his estate confiscated.
On the other hand, when Miles Docker died in Suffolk in 1597,
he left a large country house of 21 rooms and five hearths, and
was obviously living in some comfort, his inventory listing
articles like armour, silver, a chess board, a bible and other
books, worth, Meryl told us, around £330 (then), or £22,000
Houses varied in size, in construction, and in furnishings.

1305 January 2012 to December 2013


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Virus Protection and Spyware removal made a kind donation you recently made towards
our Bee Container Meadow. Lots of people have
Web: Office: 01279 912345 been making positive comments about it and
Email: [email protected] Mobile: 07958 482889 about how much it has improved our school site,
as well as helping to attract lots of bees.
13026 Dec 13
We couldn’t have achieved so much without
CARS WANTED everyone’s help and we are really grateful for this.
Here are our ‘before’ and ‘after’ pictures, and we
PETROL OR DIESEL. CASH PAID are sure you’ll agree how much better it


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We are hoping that our work will help us to

offers 1 to 1 Personal Training and small group ( 2-3 people) gain the Eco-Schools Green Flag Award.
Personal Training in a private gym in Hatfield Heath. Thank you once again. Yours faithfully

Gift vouchers available!! The Eco-Schools Committee

To book your place or for more info please call

email Hatfield Heath CP School


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The Shaw Hatfield Heath average 12 sqm lounge £270

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Property Care CLEANING Heavy Domestic Twist Saxony Shag pile 14 colours
Windows average 12 sqm lounge £250
Cleaning/ maintenance Conservatories
Solar Panels ................................................................................................................................................................................................
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Food Glorious Food

Delicious sandwiches and rolls handcut to order using the best local produce, sausages, bacon and ham from
Broadoak farm. Bread from the award winning Mayfield Bakery.

A wonderful selection of gateaux and cakes handmade in Tiptree, delicious ice cream from Lakenham
creamery in Norfolk, as supplied to Harrods and the Royal estate of Sandringham…

Pop in and see us now you won’t be disappointed!! We are now open and a warm welcome awaits you
Freshly ground coffee
Freshly brewed tea

(Find us next to the Duck Pond in Pond Lane)
Taste, 6 Heathview, Pond Lane, Hatfield Heath, CM22 7AB

Tel 01279 799417 opening hours Mon to Fri 8am -3pm, Sat 9am -3pm


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• Waxing • IPL Total Hair Reduction for all areas September currently stands at 2.36 inches. So we
were similar to our average - for once. Without the
of face and body • near one inch on the 13th of the month, we would
Look forward to hearing from you soon
Garden Watchhave been very dry.
Sue Burgess 07740 433 417 01279 731 769
By the end of September, we have only seen 5
The Shaw Hatfield Heath
Ladybirds since April - talk about endangered
[email protected]
species!! No apples in 2012, but a bonanza this year,
13120 Nov 2013 NP
with phenomenal yields from all our four varieties -
13116 Aug 14
Bramley, Discovery, Braeburn and Cox.
2013 certainly, has been the Butterfly year.
Broomfields/ Ardley Crescent
2nd June Ardley Cresc We entered the National Survey run by Butterfly

Then alternates weekly with Broomfield Conservation and our contribution was sent in by

Sunday 1.30pm-2.30pm our daughter.
Note half hour earlier now
The warm and sunny summer created a butterfly

bonanza, with FOUR TIMES the number recorded

compared with 2012.

More than 44,000 took part counting a staggering

830,000 Butterflies.


Small White 154, 438

Large White 136, 944

Hair by BEE BEE Peacock 130, 796
Meadow Brown 88, 547
Small Tortoiseshell 49 418
LADIES and GENTS Green Veined White 38 988
Ringlet 31 206 *
Hair By Bee Bee Sixspot Burnet 18 681 *
Comma 17 230
Wed & Fri 9 am - 6pm Sat 9am - 12noon 14
Continued on next page...............
Annetta 01279 870 662

Our results mirrored these except that we did not see J oin us for our Open M or ning on
the two species as indicated * Sat ur day 1 2 t h Oct ober
10am - M idday
Brian Bland
Saint Nicholas School
- Meet t h e Hea dm a st er & St a ff
in Old Harlow will be
- En joy a t ast er of ou r lesson s & a ct ivit ies
Awarding scholarships and
the Community Award - Visit ou r ou t st a n d in g sp or t s & a r t s fa cilit ies
- Take a guided tour ar oun d th e sch ool
to children who will enter Year 7 in September
2014. Scholarships are typically for up to 25%
fee remission and are awarded in the following
areas: Academic, Art & Design, Drama, Music
and Sport. All scholarship offers are subject to
specific criteria as well as excellent overall

academic ability.
The Community Award, worth up to 100% of
the fees following means testing, is available to
pupils with outstanding overall academic ability.
Please contact Admissions Secretary, Julie
Bradley, for further information. The deadline to
apply is Friday 29th November.

Simple beauty Val and Karen
are pleased to announce the opening of
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the party season Pond Lane Hatfield Heath


Mill MICRODERMABRASION FACIAL All ladies welcome 10 % off first appointment
13118 Aug 2014 NP






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01279 731 762

Credit cards accepted

15 13015 January 2013 to December 2013


3 08.00 Holy Communion - 1662 HT VILLAGE HALL 730 544 CATHOLIC CHURCH
09.30 Family Service HT 730 544 Hatfield Broad Oak
10.30 Family Service URC INSTITUTE 01371 872 550
16.00 Service of Memory and Hope HT
4 11.30 for 12.00 Luncheon Club URC
6 20.00 Leisure Hour URC (2 -5 years) TALKING NEWSPAPERS
730 354 01279 651 270
09.30 Holy Communion HT
09.45 Family Service of Remembrance URC LITTLE FRIENDS OR 01279 653 925
10.50 Act of Remembrance at War Memorial
18.00 Service at The Close Mother,Baby and Toddler SECRETARY U.R.C.
11 11.00 Act of Remembrance at War Memorial Group
with Hatfield Heath Betty Bennett.. 01279 508 455
12 21.30 Joint PCC/Elders Meeting URC Thur 9.45am term time
13 10.30 Holy Communion 1662 The Close Village Hall - 07956 563 710 HEALTH WALK
16 12.00-15.00 Holy Trinity Bazaar H HATFIELD HEATH
17 08.00 Holy Communion - 1662 HT 01279 730 375
09.30 Matins HT Friday 10am outside
10.30 Family Service URC URC
20 11.30 for 12.00 Luncheon Club URC Broomfield Surgery 731 434
23 09.30 Fun Day for Children tel:07803823081 FRIDAY CLUB (7-12 yrs)
24 09.30 Holy Communion HT LITTLE HALLINGBURY
10.30 Family Service URC JO JINGLES
18.00 Service at The Close (6 mths - 7years) 868 410 Monday 10.30am Village Car
25 10.30 Holy Communion ^The Haven Park
27 19.45 Gardening Club H
SCHOOL FOOTBALL The new leader Is Mr. G.
H-Village Hall / CR-Committee Room H / HT-Holy
Trinity Church / URC-United Reform Church / I- CLUB Barron. 01279 899 451
Institute / S-School
SCOUTS 812 586
If you notice incorrect or if numbers have been
changed please let me know 731 646 07956 563 710
Email :- [email protected] BROWNIES 734 391
Phone:- 01279 730 498
PLAY BUS FOR UNDER FIVES 9.30am Holy Trinity Village Hall
730 288 Weds 9.30am 07776 221 975
Buffy Bus is a playbus designed to give the under fives an
opportunity to paint, play and socialise in a playgroup KARATE 445 539 KEEP FIT

environment that they would otherwise not have access to JUNIOR KARATE
01992 575 679 Village Hall Fridays 9.30am
07776 221 975



730 425 Mon 9.15am-10am &

OPEN COFFEE Thurs 7pm-7.45pm

MORNING AT Men and women of all ages &

INSTITUTE 730288 shapes 07775 663 742

For all Senior Citizens 01279 443 181

Michelina 07786 341 754 Paula O'Sullivan 730 281

SPANISH LANGUAGE [email protected]

Ann Whale 01279 731 288

Evening Afternoon


730 212 730 539 724 833


HEATH PLAYERS Men and women of all ages

Mark Ratcliff 503 174

Chrissie Richards 864 536

HISTORY SOCIETY Uttlesford Badger Group Derek Barry
Ivan Wybrew 01279 730 465
(on call 24/7 )01279 503332

ROYAL BRITISH LEGIONHome 07941185171 Mbl

730 042


CHOIR 730 390

TUESDAYS 9.30am - 11am
HOUR 730 465




13th Nov Village Magazine - view past 27 issues

Parish Clerk - Ernie Fenwick.................. 730 770
Email : [email protected]

Mark Lemon Chairman ..........................730 581 Eden Surgery Websites
(District Councillor)
Vice Chairman -David Parish ................ 730 573 (Repeat prescriptions can be applied for on these sites)
Mel Sullivan............................................. 731 434 Broomfields
Bart Sheekey.............................................. 730 663 Broad
Robert Jones............................................... 730 741
Gary Waller................................................ 739 345
Sandra Saban.............................................. 730 042
Steve Foster................................................ 730 690 H. H.Football
Domenica Ciccarelli....................................739 350
H.H. Cricket Club:


Parish council website is now live
The Mobile Library Hatfield Heath
PCSO Jo Trevail-Philips Email:[email protected]
Pc Brad Healey Email: [email protected] Tuesday visits Fortnightly
Broomfields 2.45pm to 3.35pm
Mobile for above police officers........ 07989 174 801 The Close 3.40pm to 4pm
Essex Police Non Emergency.............101 The Heath 4.05pm to 4.35pm

Emergency ............................................... 999 HIRE UR CHURCH HALL FOR
DOCTORS Broomfields......................... 01279 730 616
DOCTOR Broad Oak............................ 01279 718 245 You can hire the hall for children's parties
DOCTOR Sawbridgeworth.................... 01279 603 180 £10.50 / hour Tel :01279 730 581
THE SAMARITANS............................... 01279 421 110

HATFIELD HEATH C.P. SCHOOL...... 01279 730 382 Deadline
PRE-SCHOOL........................................ 01279 730 354
Bruno Barbara Nov
Rev. Stewart Gibbs.......................................01279 730 288

Lesley Noel ................................................ 01279 870 390
Eileen Ashworth .........................................01279 730 610

URC Rev Terry Keen............................. 01279 626 771

URC Secretary - Betty Bennett...................01279 508 455 Email :- [email protected]

HALF HOUR HELPERS........................ 07944 748 478 Send your letters /articles/ reports /photographs, by hand, CD, or
email - [email protected].
If posting or delivering by hand you can send direct to me :-
David. N. Parish 730 573 Bruno(Editor) “Manor Lodge”, Chelmsford Rd, Hatfield
Heath CM22 7BD.

Hatfield Heath Hatfield Broad Oak Editor: - Bruno Scheggia (Skedja) 01279 730 498
Surgery Surgery Bruno’s Mobile Phone number 07768 606 309
Treasurer: - Mel Sullivan 01279 731 434
01279 730 616 01279 718 245 Distribution:-Barbara Scheggia 01279 730 498

Mon 8am-6.30pm Mon 8.30am-6.30pm Secretary: - Jean Clarke 01279 730 667
Tues 8am-4.30pm Tues 8.30am-6.30pm Chairman - Brendan Carrig 01279 437 851
Wed 8am-6.30pm Wed 8.30am-1pm Printed by Cornerstone
Thu 8am-4.30pm Thu 8.30am-6.30pm
Fri 8am-6.30pm Fri 8.30am-1pm DISCLAIMER: The Editor and Printers do not take
Sat 8am-11am Sat Closed responsibility for the information given or views expressed in
the Hatfield Heath Village Magazine. Nor is any culpability
accepted in work done by advertisers.


alf Hour HelpersTel:- 07944 748 478 Concert for
H Monday to Friday 10am to 12noon
The Royal British Legion
(any other time it will be a answer phone)
Poppy Appeal

Remembrance Day
Sunday 10 November 7.30
Wodson Park Sports & Leisure Centre,
Wadesmill Road, Ware SG12 0UQ

Learn to make jewellery? A choir of 150+ singers and an orchestra of
60+ gather for a concert at Wodson Park
Lessons for beginners to Private parties, corporate Sports & Leisure Centre on Remembrance Day
advanced. Small class sizes Sunday 10 November at 7.30
(max 6 people). Evening events, hen parties and
classes, weekend taster The main work in the programme is Karl
days and master classes. children's precious metal clay. Jenkins "The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace".
The work dates from the millennium
For more information about celebrations of 2000 and its message still
booking & payment visit. relevant - some might say even more relevant
today - that change is possible, that sorrow, pain and death can be overcome?

Unit 14, Pond Lane, Hatfield Heath CM22 7AB T. 07860 749 299

Bathroom & Kitchen Design and Installation
All plumbing repairs & Installations The Royal British Legion was founded in July
Unvented Systems/Drainage 1921 and is the leading ex-Service organisation
Joe Williams and one of our best-known and most highly
07957 356506 – 01279 731727 respected charities. The Poppy Appeal is the
[email protected] RBL's main source of income each year.

13117 Aug 2014 P

Hatfield Haven Care Home The organisers are working with the Ware
Branch of the RBL to sell 600 tickets @ £20
Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath, Bishops Stortford, Herts. CM22 7DL and to raise sponsorship so that we can cover
the costs of the concert and pass the profit to
Tel: 01279 730 043 their Poppy Appeal. If you would like to order tickets, sponsor the
concert or join the choir please email
Features: [email protected] or write to: The
╚ Serene and homely environment; Armed Man, The Broxbourne Music Centre,
╚ 24 hours care in compliance with CQC Care Standards The Broxbourne School, High Road,
╚ Medical care provided by local group practice; Broxbourne EN10 7DB Please make a cheque
payable to Royston Choral Society (a
district nurse, physiotherapist and a chiropodist; registered charity: number 1090459)
╚ Highly qualified and motivated staff - RMA and
NVQ qualifications;
╚ 20 single and 1 double newly refurnished and for the Community in November

redecorated Wednesday Mornings at The Institute, Hatfield Heath
rooms (newly built extension included)
╚ Each bedroom fitted with an en-suite bathroom and Wednesday 6th and 13th November
call system to summon help;
╚ A newly extended and enlarged day lounge with Flat 9.15 am – 10.15 am
creen TV and radio.
╚ Large dining room with excellent meals on offer
by the in-house chef;
╚ A Stair lift and a passenger lift to all floors;
╚ Activities includes talks, parties, summer barbecues,
flower arranging e.t.c

Kindly drop by for viewing and to pick up a copy of our Everyone Welcome!

brochure. For placement and other enquiries, please Samantha (BWY dip) on 07740464196.,
Facebook page: Sam Gilmour Yoga.
Amanda Austin (Manager) Email: [email protected]

email : [email protected]

13035 Dec 2013 P 18


Fishpools Toronto
Dark Brown Leather

Manual Recliner

81"wide 2yrs old - as new. Original price £1739.00
selling for £550. Have to downsize.

Tel Linda 01279 730 525

BABYSITTER AVAILABLE Paula's Petsitting Service

I am currently working at the local Pre-School Going on holiday? Paula offers personal pet care in
whilst studying for a qualification in childcare. their own home! Choosing Paula's Petsitting Service you
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GLYNN’S CHIMNEY SWEEP 13021 January to Dec 2013

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13070 Feb 2014

19 13074 Mar 2014



Cllr Mark Lemon (ML), (Chairman), Cllrs Bob Jones (BJ),
Bart Sheekey (BS), Mel Sullivan (MS),

In attendance: Clerk to the Council Ernie Fenwick, and 3
members of the public

The Chairman welcomed everyone present and opened
with the open forum

Dec 2013 ● Signage in Pond Lane:

Sing Along with Jo Jingles! 1016. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
Cllrs David Parish (DP), holiday; Domenica Ciccarelli
Fun Music Singing & Movement Classses (DC), family commitment; Gary Waller (GW), away; San-
For children aged 3 months to 5 years dra Saban (SS), unwell:

Chidren’s Parties & Nursery Sessions also available! 1017. MINUTES OF LAST MEETING
The minutes of the Council Meeting of 11th September
For details on classes in: were signed as a true record of the meeting.
Bishop’s Storford, Epping, Harlow
Sawbridgeworth, Great Dunmow 1018. DECLARATION OF MEMBERS INTERESTS:
& Hatfield Heath BJ declared a personal interest in 1024 b(v) as he is a
Call Lucy on 01279 868 410 neighbour
[email protected]

13024 January December 2013

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Tel: 01279 635 525

E-Mail :[email protected] 13110 ends July 14 P





ML attended a council meeting on 8/10. Report from Po-
lice and Crime panel. 400 police officers cut in Essex plus
a substantial number of civilian staff (500). Dunmow of-
fice closed. Police will arrive in 15 minutes. Large number
of burglaries in Uttlesford but 70% due to one person
now caught.

Matters from last meeting and Action Register

1211/03 Telegraph poles at Telegraph poles at Church
church road. Road. Problem with offloading
1303/02 sleepers at site. No crane on EF
delivery vehicle. John Kenney 13058 Mar 2014
1304/08 is sourcing sleepers.
1306/06 Hatfield Heath
1307/05 Additional dog bins on The
1308/04 &
1308/06 Heath. Clerk has surveyed the
Additional dog bins on existing litter bins and dog bins MS
The Heath and circulated the maps. Order 2 Are Available for

dog bins and sites agreed by Children’s Parties

council Small tables and chairs now available

Kerbstones to Cox Ley Kerbstones to Cox Ley and Celebrations
need resetting and Broomfields need resetting and
graffiti removal graffiti removal. This has been including
requested from ECC Highways.
Request Highway Rangers. Wedding Receptions

Write again with EF Classes etc., etc.,
Health & Safety issue.
Reference No 2260710.This has PREFERENTIAL RATES
now been assessed as FOR
priority 3 defect. Not
Clean village sign and Highway Rangers to clean EF
car parking signs on the village sign and car parking
For Details Telephone
heath signs on the Heath. Will be
01279 730 544
done this week. Complaint Registered Charity No. 268367
13020 January to December 2013
raised with ECC Ref ECC-


Trees adjacent to This is not on the village EF
Hunters Meet green. CLOSED

Land at The Shaw OM Property Management. EF
have investigated and con-
tractors deny responsibility.
Observations to be kept and
photographs taken. John
Kenney to remove existing
dumped cuttings.

Missing road sign at Reported to ECC Highways
Stortford Road Reference No 2258599. Low
/Sawbridgeworth Rd priority.


i Ordnance Survey
ii The Rt. Hon. Sir Alan Haselhurst MP
iii Audited Annual Return
iv Hatfield Regis Local History Society: Great War

Memorial Project: Application for Grant. Clerk
to request a copy of annual financial statement
of accounts

Continued on next page.............2. 1

First Class Care Agency ........Continued
Are you looking for care for you or a
loved one? Previous
We are an independent local agency based in
Harlow with a client base in Harlow, Hatfield v Letter of complaint from Brian Pyle. Clerk to respond
Heath, North Weald and Ongar. Dedicated to
provide personally tailored care plans to meet Meetings and Training
your requirements.
Services include: i Emergency Planning TrainingTues 26 Nov AM
· Personal Care UDC £7
· Housework/Laundry
· Meal provision 1022 CHAIRMANS REPORT
· Shopping ML attended a cabinet meeting last night. New code of
· Sitting services conduct for calling in planning applications. Problems
· Pet care with local development plan delaying implementation.
Or we can be your peace of mind and call when
you live nowhere near a loved one. Letter of thanks received from Marianne Thurgood
We are registered with the care quality
commission 1023. FINANCIAL REPORT:
and all staff are trained and have criminal Records
and reference checks prior to employment. Clerk reported that the second tranche of the precept
has been received.
Call and book a free consultation
01279 418013 The bank balance after authorisation of the following
payments is £32159.46
13097 Jan 14 P
PKF Littlejohn Audit Fee £240.00
HATFIELD HEATH INSTITUTE G Chapman Cycle stands and Bus shelters £50.00
OPEN COFFEE MORNING J Kenney Services Wooden posts around village
green £710.40
Drop in for Tea, coffee and light refreshments RM Lawrance Tree works to village green
10.00 AM – 12 NOON
Parish Online Ordnance survey mapping £40.00
A chance to meet others and chat All welcome
Organised by Holy Trinity Church E Fenwick Website Maintenance £20.00
Sponsored by the Village Hall Trust
E Fenwick Expenses £8.99
FREE but donations welcome
Staff Salaries




a. Decisions by UDC

b Applications

i Land off Sheering Road, HH:
UTT/13/2467/FUL: Proposed New Dwelling.
This is in Green Belt and has been called in by


Private Residential and Day Care for the elderly

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inendceoupraegne danednscupepoartsoupr oressisdiebntlset.o enjoy as much independence as possible.

Services at Falcon House.
We provide a safe, homely and caring environment ensuring personal
privacy and individual dignity. Personal independence is encouraged
and supported with a high standard of care delivered by
compassionate fully trained staff.
All residents enjoy an exceptionally high standard of hotel services
and our experienced Chefs create a variety of tasty fresh menus
accommodating resident’s individual tastes and requirements.
Resident’s friends and family are also very welcome to join them at
Falcon House encourages residents to participate in their own
hobbies and pastimes but also arranges many activities which all the
residents can enjoy along with regular social events throughout the
Falcon House is also able to provide both Day and Respite services.

Falcon House: George Green, Little Hallinbury, Bishop’s Stortford CM22 7PP, T: 01279 658393

22 Dec 2013

ML outside the village development envelope.

:OBJECTION on grounds of development in

green belt 75 channels from £119
ii Cleremont nursery, Sheering Road, HH:

UTT/13/2468/FUL: demolition of existing

buildings and erection of new 2 story 5 bed-

roomed dwelling and double garage

:OBJECTION on grounds of development in

green belt. Existing buildings are outbuildings 130 channels from £89
not dwellings. Called in by ML outside the
village development envelope. TV wall mounting from £59 Additional room TV link £49
iii The Stag Inn, The Heath, HH:
UTT/13/2387/FUL: demolition of rear exten- Additional phone points Foreign satellite TV installations

T: 01279 757192 M: 07889 413773

sions and outbuilding. Erection of one number 13094 July 2014

single-storey one number 2 story rear exten-

sions to form 3 number ground floor shops.

Dormer window to rear elevation. Change of *Emergency Door Opening

use of first-floor accommodation associated *Insurance Upgrades to BS3621

with the public house to 2 number flats. Erec- *Upvc Locks Specialist

tion of 4 number dwellings to the rear of the *Whether Broken,Repaired,Or Replaced.

site.: SUPPORTED. H&S for pedestrians in *All Locks Supplied & Fitted

front of The Stag *All Lockwork Undertaken,

iv Land south of Oakhanger, Friars Lane, HH: *Doors,Windows,garages,Sheds.
UTT/13/2531/OP: outline application for *Est over 10yrs, Fully Insured
erection of 3 number single-storey dwellings *Oap Discounts
with all matters reserved except access layout Call Keeley For a Free Quote Or Friendly Advice On..
and scale: OBJECTION on grounds of devel- 01279 739 156 07736 929 440
opment in green belt. Called in by ML. Lack 5 Cox Ley, Hatfield Heath
of a District Plan is putting the village under
Feb 2014


v Mayfield Dunmow Road HH: Babysitter, Book for
UTT/13/2342/HHF: rear extension and en- Christmas
largement of rear roof revised scheme to ap- Excellent references.
proved UTT/0564/12/FUL. Write and ask for
an extension of time. Tutoring available and
New Year
by qualified Teacher.

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Our Customers include Essex Police, The Salvation Army, St Johns Ambulance and Essex County Bowling Club .

Barry a Company Director lives with his family and has a local office in Hatfield Heath. Our Senior Director is a retired Essex Police Officer
and Home Office Trained Crime Prevention Officer With over 30 years police experience placing him in a unique position to give good advice.

Telephone: 01279 448678 or 01702 547754 or or [email protected]

23 1304 12 months Jan - Dec 2013

30 minutes from: £20.00 Deep Tissue Massage page

60 minutes from: £35.00 Accupressure (NMT) 1025. AFFORDABLE HOUSING

90 minutes from: £50.00 Myofascial Release Applications for housing rented are subject to UDC
housing rules.
01279 214748 Cranial & Sacral Release Shared Equity property owners looking to move to a
07823 775356 Relaxing Massage larger shared Equity property are subject to Hastoe HA
Indian Head with REIKI financial rules and subject to any S106 agreement.
Hastoe will not proceed with any candidate who is
MOBILE HOME VISITS AVAILABLE FULLY QUALIFIED & INSURED getting into more than 45% of debt. Clerk to advise
applicants to make an appointment with UDC for advice.
ITEC, FHT Acred Dip, VTCT, REIKI Degree,
13077 mar 14 P


Kerbstones in Broomfields and Cox Ley. Clerk has spoken
to UDC regarding provision of additional parking, but
they only provide parking for Council tenants and this is
predominantly private owned property. Consideration to
be given for one-way system around the green which

01279 882 822 would then allow parking in front of existing houses.

For over 30 years we have been
carrying out local, national and
overseas relocations for personal
and business clients. We
understand that everyone's move is
different and that is why we tailor
our service to each individual
customers needs.
Kings Removals was set up as and still
runs as a family business today. Great emphasis is put on customer
satisfaction and this is why a high percentage of our work comes from
recommendations and repeat business.

Report from MS on current status of Highways issues.

1. A1060/Dunmow Road junction: Highways officers to
meet with HHPC to discuss results of traffic survey.
Engineers instructed to proceed with the design and

13047 Dec 2013 P

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Email: [email protected]

24 13014 January to December 2013

investigatory works associated with a mini rounda-

2. Bus Shelter at White Horse (outside Post Office) is on
list of potential schemes

3. A1060/Sawbridgeworth Road junction is on list of
potential schemes and members have agreed fund-
ing for the investigative work.

4. Zebra crossing on A1060 by school has been rejected
by Highways as not meeting their criteria

5. Request for 30 and 40 mph speed limits on sheering
road have been referred to the network management
team to be validated.

6. Parking problem at Beehive Court access at junction 13088 May 2014
with A1060. Clerk to raise with Highways

1027 VILLAGE GREEN Chelmsford Road, Hatfield Heath, CM22 7BQ

Clerk has spoken to Henry Turtill and stressed the need We’re Looking After Our locals
to have the works to the green completed before the
onset of winter. The LoM promised use of labour to carry Now Hosting a Locals Night
out works but nothing has been forthcoming. Clerk Every Tuesday evening
pointed out again that if reseeding was to be carried out,
it needs to be done now. Enjoy delicious food from our much acclaimed Bar
Clerk to request copies of utilities drawings for Village & Bistro Menu, Our Locals Table will sit down at
Cricket Field. Cricket club have put up posts but vehicles 7.30pm every Tuesday Evening!
are still able to drive onto the field. ML to speak to Catch up with old & new friends
cricket club and liaise with the Clerk.
New driveway has been installed at Barkers Lane Or bring your own party
reinstating the existing surface. bookings start at 6.30pm
Clearance of the undergrowth on The Heath. Saplings and Afternoon Tea Platter for Two Only £10.00
proper pruning for the trees to a height of 5 to 6 feet from (Monday – Friday Lite Bites Also Available)
the ground. Agenda item for next meeting. Clerk to get Mid Week Lunches from £6.95
(Tuesday – Friday)
1028. COMPLETION OF TASKS Afternoon Cabaret Shows
Sunday Lunches (12-3pm)
Clerk has spoken to all contractors and asked them to [email protected]
provide completion dates, however they seem reluctant
to commit themselves especially concerning weather de-
lays which may impact on works going on for other cli-

1029. THE SHAW

Clerk has contacted OM Property Management who have Beauty Lodge Leisure Club
investigated with their contractor who denies dumping
grass cuttings. Observations required and preferably pho- Spa Days/Spa Weekends Fully equipped Gym,
tographs of offending contractors. Indoor Heated Pool,
Massage/Facials Sauna, Jacuzzi
Clerk has removed sign from Pond Lane for Taste. Sheer- Cosmetic Treatments and Steam Room
ing Parish have put up signs advertising their Farmers
Market. Clerk to contact Sheering PC Clerk and ask them Manicure/Pedicure No Joining Fee,
to not put their signs on the Village Green.
Reiki/Sports Clinic please bring
To Let sign has remained at Pond Lane for a long period.
Clerk to write to Matheson Waxing/Threading this advert with you

& much, much more

Call Lesley now on

01279 730 549
13016 January to December 2013

MAN WITH ........Continued
A VAN From


TEL: 01279 730 632 - MOB. 07885 144 145 ML has requested a meeting regarding travellers illegal
EMAIL: [email protected] camping on village green. Chief Executive of UDC is not
prepared to attend. MP is not prepared to attend but has
Nov 2013 spoken to police who suggested the Parish Council
should dig ditches or put up poles to prevent access to
Airport the green.
MS has attended UALC who are prepared to try to
Transfers, facilitate meeting with police and UDC re travellers.
MS attended the EALC and Chief Constable was there
Theatre Nights,
and gave a smooth presentation. He wants to improve
communication. Supports NAPS. Burglary is a priority.
07973 635 143
Pete Isherwood Against parking on pavement but not top of list. He rates
PCSO’s very highly and wants increased powers, perhaps

issuing fixed penalty notices. Collaborating with Kent CC

for civilian support.

Accepted by the council

City Airport & Luton. THE NEXT AGENDA

Peter Lines Memorial, Stansted Airport

13046 Jan - Dec 2013 1034. DATES OF NEXT MEETINGS 8th January

13th November 11th December
Meeting closed at 9.22 pm


(Registered charity number 1070995)

October Half Term Booking Christmas is rapidly approaching and the generosity
of spirit is out in abundance with our local business
Available Dates community which means prizes are bigger and
29th October, 30th October, 31st October better than ever for this years


Some of the pre-school mums and dads will
therefore be hitting the streets of Hatfield Heath
selling raffle tickets at the end of November and
beginning of December so please be kind as it could
well be chilly!


Just to tempt you here are some of the fantastic DIXON & CO
prizes that people have very generously donated:
Chartered Certified Accountants

Sunday Lunch for two people at For all your tax and accounting needs

The Hunters Meet Contact Paul Dixon Tel: 01279 739076

3 FREE bootcamp sessions with the brilliant Rachel

Ibbotson’s InShape Fitness Wallburys, Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath
Bishop’s Stortford, CM22 7DL
Meal for two at The Thatchers
13023 January December 2013
Meal for two at The White Horse

Afternoon tea for two at TASTE

on Pond Lane– they do the most amazing cakes!

Exclusive ladies watch worth £300 from

Michel Herbelin


Beautiful Silver plated picture frame from

An amazing seasonal Christmas table display from

Arts and Roses Flower Studio

in Hatfield Heath.

Afternoon tea for four at

Great Hallingbury Manor Brand new fully equipped personal training studio open in White Roding

including a glass of sparkling wine. I can deliver the following sessions:

£25 gift voucher from Shwe Tan 1-2-1 Small Group Boxing

in Old Harlow. Postnatal exercise Stability Ball Nutritional advice

Christmas Hamper from The Co-Operative Shop I can help with all health, fitness and nutritional issues

in Hatfield Heath. Please contact Louisa on 07903 819 540 or email [email protected]

Voucher from Churchgate Sausage Shop

Voucher from Mayfield Bakery

Hopi Ear Candling Treatment from All About You

in Sawbridgeworth. We offer a
Complete Service
Cut and blow dry from top London hair stylist

Face, shoulder and scalp massage from LIGHTING
Beautopia Beauty Salon
All carried out with the minimum
in Bishops Stortford. of fuss and mess by experts!
Also all Plumbing &
£25 gift voucher from Bretts Restaurant and Bar Domestic Heating Installations


Leisure Club day pass for two people at C.F OAKES

Manor of Groves

Fish and Chip supper for two at

Fish Inn and Kebab.

‘Christmas surprise’ from Peacocks

at Bretts Market

Gift voucher from The Fullers Family Deli

at Bretts Market

Champagne and Chocolates

Christmas fruit cake

Afternoon Tea for two at Down Hall

Mens hat and scarf plus a ladies hat from Established in Harlow for over 45 years
Field, Stream & Covert

Thank you for all the support

27 1311 January to December 2013

October 23rd

superb photos of Essex and Hertfordshire. Elsie Staines
The calendar is (A3 - 11"x16"). From all the Family
& Friends xxx
With one month per page and space to record apointment

Priced at just £6

Bruno & Barbara
have a limited stock call at
"Manor Lodge" or phone 01279 730 498
Or Email: [email protected]

THE In aid of Ware Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal

Karl Jenkins - The Armed Man

Brahms - How Lovely are Thy Dwellings

Edward Elgar - Nimrod

John Williams - Hymn to the Fallen

Parry - I was Glad

Poems read by Crispin Bonham-Carter
150 singers & 60 players - conducted by David Boarder

Sunday 10 November - 7.30 - Wodson Park

Wodson Park Sports & Leisure Centre, Wadesmill Road, Ware, SG12 0UQ
Ticket £20 - e-mail [email protected] (also for information) or write to
The Armed Man, Broxbourne High School, High Road, Broxbourne EN10 7DB
with cheque payable to Royston Choral Society - Reg. Charity No 1090459 28

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