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Published by markratcliff, 2017-10-10 17:10:33

September 2016

Hatfield Heath Village Magazine September 2016

Keywords: hatfield,heat,village,magazine,september,2016

S E P T E M B E R 2016 THE MAGAZINE THAT KEEPS YOU IN TOUCH Est. 1893

As it is coming to the end of the summer holidays there were fewer articles than usual to publish this month so
here are some gems (not all serious) about the month of September that I hope you will find interesting.

September is the 9th month of the September has three birth flowers: the forget-me-not,
year and marks the beginning of the morning glory and the aster. Forget-me-nots
autumn in the Northern hemisphere
represent love and memories, asters represent love as
and the start of spring in the well, and the morning glory represents unrequited love.
Southern hemisphere.
These are all very passionate flowers.
The name September comes from
the Latin septem for seven, since this was the The birth stone for the month is the sapphire.
seventh month of the Roman calendar. The month The sapphire represents clarity of thought, intuition,
was named during a time when the calendar year
began with March, which is why its name no longer and peacefulness. In traditional medicine it
corresponds with its placement in the Julian and is used to treat fevers and reduce

Gregorian calendars. inflammation. Sapphire reduces anxiety and
procrastination and gives the wearer luck.
In September 2, 1752 - The British ended their use
of the Julian calendar, switching instead to the

Gregorian calendar, resulting in a major adjustment
as Wednesday, September 2, was followed by

Thursday, September 14. The correction resulted in
rioting by people who felt cheated and demanded

the missing eleven days back.

The Great Fire of London occurred on September 2, 1666.

World War II began in September, 1939, when Hitler invaded Poland.

The United States was attacked by terrorists on September 11, 2001. Almost 3,000 people in New York,
Pennsylvania and Washington DC died because of the attacks that took place on that day.

On a more trivial note!

September is National Chicken Month!
September 5th, is National Cheese Pizza Day.
September 9th is National Teddy Bear Day and September 16th is National Play-Doh Day.
September 19th is "Talk Like A Pirate Day" an International event! I hope to see
everyone doing exactly that around Hatfield Heath on the 19th!

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Compensation Claims – Independent Advice

In June 2016, Stansted Airport Limited (STAL) finally agreed to begin to consider
compensation claims under Part 1 of the Land Compensation Act 1973 from local
residents whose property values had been adversely affected by historic expansion of Stansted Airport.
Since that announcement Stop Stansted Expansion (SSE) has been inundated with requests from local
residents asking who they can turn to for independent professional advice about whether they may have
a valid claim and, if so, for how much, and how to prepare and submit a compensation claim.

As a result of these requests, SSE has held discussions with various firms of professional Chartered
Surveyors and the following three firms have indicated that they would be willing and able to act for local
residents in relation to compensation claims.

SSE does not have any professional expertise in this area and so is not in a position to endorse any
of the following firms or to recommend one over another. However, we hope this is a helpful starting
point. Potential claimants must choose their own independent professional advisors and, in addition to
the three firms of Chartered Surveyors listed below, there will doubtless be other firms who are willing to
act for local residents in this matter.
The text below has been written by the firms themselves, not by SSE.

Land Partners LLP and Weldon Beesly Ltd
Land Partners and Weldon Beesly are firms of Chartered Surveyors based in Braintree and Bishops
Stortford. They are working together to provide the best possible service for property owners affected by
the expansion of Stansted Airport. Those applicants who have a valid claim and receive compensation
will have their reasonable legal and surveyor’s costs paid by the airport authority. The four principals of
the firms between them have over 70 years’ experience of the property industry dealing with a variety of
property types and issues including compulsory purchase and compensation.
Simon Dixon Smith MRICS, Belinda Young MRICS, Hugo Richardson MRICS and Charlotte Balaam
MRICS will be handling claims on behalf of applicants. In the short term we will collect contact details
via our no obligation website, www.stanstedcompensation.co.uk, while we resolve the issues around
compensation eligibility with the airport’s representatives. We will be adding a function to allow potential
applicants to check their eligibility via a simple web based process. There will be a small sign-up fee for
those that appear likely to have a valid claim. Further costs will be confirmed at that time.For more infor-
mation and contact details see www.stanstedcompensation.co.uk

Snow Walker
Snow Walker has garnered what is probably a unique amount of expertise when dealing with airport claims for
loss of value. Headed up by Michael Snow FRICS the firm has a wealth of experience.
Based in Saffron Walden, Snow Walker has previous experience of dealing with Stansted Airport compensation
claims having successfully represented many local residents in the 1990s when Michael Snow was responsible for
pushing the boundaries of the areas of eligibility for compensation. As a result the firms work in this field gained
recognition on the media, including BBC East TV, Radio 4 (‘You and Yours’) and the press. The firm also
successfully represented the local authority in this field, to the considerable financial benefit of the community
charge-payer. Local surveyor and native of Thaxted, Graeme Knight has now researched the up-to-date position
and will handle your enquiries.
For more information and contact details see http://www.snow-walker.co.uk/ or call 01799 521761.

Thomson Broadbent

Since 1996, Thomson Broadbent has represented over 50,000 private individuals in relation to property

compensation claims, compulsory purchase orders and blight notices.

Our expertise has been gained from negotiating compensation for a wide range of transport and infrastructure

properties including airports, highways, railways, tramways and power lines. Notable schemes include Manchester

Airport Second Runway, HS1 and HS2, new sections of The M1, M4, M6, M60, M74, M77 and M80 widened

sections of the A1(M), M1, M2, M5, M25, and M60.

When necessary we work in conjunction with specialist solicitors, barristers and acousticians should a client wish

to refer their case to The Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber).

The firm is RICS registered and employs three Chartered Surveyors who each have over 25 years of compulsory

purchase and compensation work. See P 27 for more concerning

For more information and contact details see http://www.thomsonbroadbent.co.uk/ the airport

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Advertising

If you are interested in advertising in this
magazine please select from the following
options and email us with your choices.

We offer 4 sizes and different duration options:-
A = 1/3 page (18.4 x 8.6cm)

£20 per month or £200 for 12 months

B = 1/4 page (13.5 x 9cm)
£15 per month or £150 for 12 months

C = 1/8th page (6.5 x 9cm)
£8 per month or £80 for 12 months

D = 1/16th page (4 x 9cm)
£4.50 per month or £45 for 12 months

Grass Cutting, Hedge Trimming, Email:[email protected]
Planting, Payments need to be made before

One off Tidy Ups the 16th of the month to be in the next issue.
Regularly Weekly Maintenance
ADVERTISING MANAGER NEEDED FOR THE MAGAZINE
Jet Wash
Patio Cleaning Message to our Advertisers

Email: [email protected] Without your advertising paying the printing costs and
expenses we would not have a magazine published
Mobile 07956 524 586 monthly and delivered free to 850 recipients. So you
Home Tel 01279 830 960 are really important to us.
The magazine is managed, edited and distributed by a
15085 July 2016 small band of volunteers who have a slick operation
that gets the magazine compiled, printed and delivered
NEED A WINDOW CLEANER? promptly by the beginning of the month. But we need
your co-operation on something.
WINDOW CLEANING ✔   High reach windows In the past few years a lot of time and energy has been
✔   Conservatory deep clean used chasing late payments for advertising; not always
✔   Fascia and gutter clean successfully. The number of bad debts in the past is
✔   Building clean (cladding, pvc) significant and is increasing year on year. At the 2016
✔   Signage Magazine AGM it was resolved that payment for
✔   Shop fronts advertising will be required in advance.
To keep it simple we now require payment for
David Deacon advertising in the next edition of the magazine to be
received by the deadline for content copy, which is the
[email protected] T: 01279 436196 16th of the preceding month. If you have paid you are
www.ddpropertycare.co.uk M: 07403443959 in, if you haven’t you are out. We will send a
reminder when your subscription expires several
weeks before the renewal date. Please don’t ask for an
extension as the negotiations are an unwelcome
distraction for the editor at a really busy time.
For most of our regular advertisers this won’t be a
change to what already happens; for the others we
hope you will understand the change.
For payments received after the deadline for the
planned commencement month, we will start the
advertising from the month after payment is received.

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See our “Whats on in Essex”
column on page 22

Information about Village
Clubs starting back in
September p20 & 21

Other events on the back page
and page 27

Courses at Leventhorpe p8

Stansted Airport News

Pages 3 & 27
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MEMORIALS De-Rigueur

Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath, CM22 7DL

01279 730791 / 07833 300255

www.de-rigueur.co.uk

J. Day & Son Thread
Veins

Station Road, Bishop’s Stortford Milia

Skin Tags

Blood
Spots

Common
Wart

Plane Wart

Seporrhoeic
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Bishop’s Stortford 01279 654 555 Planter Wart

Edmonton 0208 807 3712 Electrolysis: Permanent hair removal

www.jdayandson.co.uk

716016 Dec 2016

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COMMUNITY COURSES AUTUMN 2016
TWILIGHT AND EVENING CLASSES

Leventhorpe is delighted to offer the following courses in the Autumn Term:

INTERMEDIATE FRENCH – LEV/45/S Monday 7.30 – 9 pm. 10 weeks. £98 (£116*).

FRENCH IMPROVERS – LEV/59/m
Tuesday 7.30 – 9 pm. 10 weeks. £98 (£116*).

SPANISH FOR IMPROVERS a – LEV/43/N7
Monday 7 – 8 pm. 10 weeks. £65 (£78*).

SPANISH FOR IMPROVERS b – LEV/43/N8
Monday 8 – 9 pm. 10 weeks. £65 (£78*).

SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS: Term 1 – LEV/15/aa
Tuesday 8 - 9 pm. 10 weeks. £65 (£78*).

ITALIAN for IMPROVERS – LEV/61/e
Tuesday 4.15 – 5.15 pm. 10 weeks. £65 (£78).

ITALIAN for beginners: term 1 – LEV/36/r
Tuesday 7 – 8 pm. 10 weeks. £65 (£78*).

EXPERIMENTAL PRINTMAKING A - LEV/42/s5
Tuesday 5 – 7 pm. 8 weeks. £104 (£116)*.

EXPERIMENTAL PRINTMAKING B - LEV/42/s7
Tuesday 7 – 9 pm. 8 weeks. £104 (£116)*.

Languages
Beginners – no previous experience necessary
Improvers – for last year’s beginners /those looking to improve their basic written & spoken
language
Intermediate – for those with a sound grounding in basic written and spoken French who wish to
consolidate and further improve their skills

Printmaking
Starting 4th October (enrolment deadline 23rd September).
Join Tania Durrant, an experienced Fine Art Printmaker in an exciting opportunity to follow in the
footsteps of such famous artists as Picasso, Gaugin and Hockney, in an introduction to printmaking
techniques. You will learn how to dry point etch, monoprint, silk screen print, produce exciting
collagraph plates, lino and wood blocks.

Important Notice
Enrolment and payment deadline Friday 16th September.
Courses start week commencing 26th September except as indicated.
Prices marked* will apply when 5 or fewer students enrol.
Course may be offered at higher price if insufficient learners enrol by deadline.

For further information please contact:
Mrs Jane Johnson on 01279-603105 or [email protected]
See Information section of school website www.leventhorpe.net for further details/enrolment information and forms.

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01279 898 953 Renewable Energy Solutions

Design and Installation of Solar PV Systems of Sawbridgeworth

Tel: 01279 912 626 [email protected] www.vikingsolar.co.uk

Certificate Number
NAP 16782
Solar PV

15016 Feb 16

In a Frame

Picture Framing and Art Supplies

F19 Allen House Business Centre, The Maltings, Station Rd

SAWBRIDGEWORTH CM21 9JX
Telephone 01279 260 069
www.inaframe.co.uk

Framing for pictures, photographs, prints, posters,
objects and memorabilia.

Canvas stretching and needlework lacing
Sports shirt framing

We now stock a good selection of Daler-Rowney art materials
including stretched canvas, canvas panels, brushes, paints,
papers & easels as well as Screen Print Kits,

Violets Floral Designs have grown onto Hatfield Heath
as well as Sawbridgeworth.
We offer a wide range of gifts, cards, indoor and outdoor
plants as well as beautiful fresh flowers.
Our floristry classes will start in the beginning of October
and will be taught by a qualified floristry teacher. Please
contact the shop for details.

When you are next passing pop in and have a look
around.

1 Chestnuts (next to the fish and chip shop)
Hatfield Heath. 01279 730 003

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Hatfield Heath Moat Field Allotment
Association
&
Last half-size plot available.
INSTITUTE 112 square metres.

Are Available for £20 payable to cover until March 2018.
Water supply free.
Children’s Parties
Apply : Frank Walsh 01279 730512.
Small tables and chairs now available
Flexible Travelling Tutor
Celebrations
Does your child need: - Help with Maths or English? -
including A confidence boost or to improve their levels?

Wedding Receptions I can help!

Classes etc., etc., Experienced teacher in both private and state schools,
from Reception to Year 6.
PREFERENTIAL RATES
FOR With an open communication, relaxed, flexible approach,
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LOCAL ORGANISATIONS I tutor children in the comfort of their own home.
AND
TREE SERVICES
LOCAL RESIDENTS
• Felling • Pruning • Shaping
For Details Telephone
• Reduction • Thinning • Stump Removal
01279 730 544
Registered Charity No. 268367 Hedge cutting and shaping
Free no obligation quotes
16005 Dec 2016
Tel: 07940 231 964 or 01279 730 659
Email: [email protected]

15070 April 2016

WW

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HIRE UR CHURCH HALL FOR Luxury Toilet Hire (UK) Ltd
BIRTHDAY PARTIES
Toilet trailers (both luxury and party
You can hire the hall for children's parties range), single event portable and
£10.50 / hour Tel :01279 730 581 disabled units available for hire.

www.luxurytoilethireltd.co.uk
or call 01279 504 638

Your local service provider for all liquid waste
removal, including cesspits and septic tanks

16008 Dec 16

.......Matching Neighbours.......

Dog Walking/Day Care, Cat Feeding Garden

Maintenance, Home Watch Visits Contact

‘The Neighbours’ Est’d in 2000

Ask us to look after your pets for regular or one-off
dog walks and general pet care.Plants watered,
house calls & checks. Local residents since 1999
Fully insured - References provided.

Phone Robert & Andrew on 01279 731 537 or
Email: [email protected]

15061 Mar 2016

15037 Jan 2016

11 16021 Dec 16

Village Diary Sponsored Cycle

SEPTEMBER 10 September Ride and Stride 10.00-18.00
Supporting Essex Churches
4th 08.00 Holy Communion - 1662 HT (Holy Trinity and URC).
09.30 Family Service HT
10.30 Family Service with Communion URC Sponsored by Friends of Essex Churches.
Rev J Buxton
18.30 Evensong HT Chesnut Drive Hatfield Heath

5th Start of new term for Hatfield Heath
Primary School

11.30 for 12.00 Luncheon Club URC
7th 20.00 Leisure Hour URC
10th 10.00 Ride and Stride – fundraising for

Essex Churches URC Church
10:00 – 18:00
11th 09.30 Holy Communion HT
10.30 Family Service J Ellis URC
18.00 Service at The Close
18th 08.00 Holy Communion - 1662 HT
09.30 Matins HT
10.30 Family Service Rev Sam URC
21st 11.30 for 12.00Luncheon Club URC
20.00 Leisure Hour URC
25th 09.30 Holy Communion HT
10.30 Harvest Service followed by

Harvest Lunch URC
18.00 Service at The Close
28th 19:45Gardening Club H

H-Village Hall / CR-Committee Room H /
HT-Holy Trinity Church

URC-United Reform Church / I-Institute /
S-School

A reminder that the Village Hall
will be closed from Sunday 4
September until Sunday 11

U R C CHURCH

Sunday 25th September - Harvest Lunch
12.00noon for 12.30pm

Weekend garden waste skip
service

Week 1 - the weekend following a
black- lidded bin collection
Hatfield Heath Broomfields
Sunday 13:30 - 14:30

Week 2 - the weekend following a
green- lidded bin collection
Hatfield Heath Ardley Crescent
Sunday 13:30-14:30

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Children’s Clubs . Bridge Club 723948
. Luncheon Club for senior citizens 730581
. Pre-school - 2-5years 730354 . Open Coffee Morning at the Institute 730288
. Little Friends – Mother,baby & toddler . Gardening Club 730425
Thurs 9.45 Term time in Village Hall . History Society- Ivan Cooper 730275
Michelle :-07762 083 355 . Royal British Legion 730042
Elle:- 07976 592 364 . Bell Ringers 730526
. Jo Jingles – 6mths- 7yrs Tel: 868410 . Choir 730390
. School Football Club :- 812586 . Leisure Hour 730465
. Scouts:- 812586 . Talking Newspapers 651270 or 653925
. Cubs – Chris Hancock :-731646 . Heath Players – Mark Ratcliff 503174
. Brownies – 734391
. Sunday Club – 9:30 Holy Trinity Chrissie Richards 864536
. Italian Language – Michelina 07786 341 754
Tel 730288 . Spanish Language – Ann Whale 731288
. Junior Karate – 01992 575679 V. Hall . Mobile Library – Fortnightly on Wednesdays
. Friday Club at URC (7-12yrs)
Other contacts
Tel 739218

Sport & Fitness Groups . Farmers’Market 07956 563 710
. Visiting Optician 443181
. Karate – 445539 - Village Hall . Neighbourhood Watch
. Cricket Club – 730674 [email protected] Tel 730281
. Football Club – 730212
. Keep Fit for over 50s – Village Hall . Uttlesford Badger Group- Derek Barry
on Weds – 9.30am 07776 221 975 On call 24/7 503332 or 07941 185 171
. Bootcamp – Village Hall, Mon & Fri Men
& Women all ages, shapes & sizes Websites of Groups, Clubs & Institutions
07775 663 742
. Bowls – Village Hall . Eden Surgery – repeat prescriptions etc
Afternoon sessions:- 724833 Broomfields www.hatfieldheathsurgery.co.uk
Evening sessions:- 730539 Broad Oak www.hatfieldbroadoaksurgery.co.uk
. Health Walk in Hatfield Heath Fri 10.00am . School www.hatfieldheath.essex.sch.uk
Meet outside H.H surgery 731434 . H.H Cricket Club –
.Health Walk in L.Hallingbury Mon 10:30 www.freewebs.com/hatfieldheathcc
Meet at L.H Village car park 899451 . H.H Football Club - www.facebook.com/hatfieldfc
. Heath Players www.heathplayers.org and
Air Training Corps – 309 https://www.facebook.com/groups/246923642002
(Sawbridgeworth)Squadron; 583/ [email protected]
ATC HQ Cutforth Road, Sawbridgeworth;
(Email) [email protected]; .BridgeClub...www.hatfieldheathbridgeclub.or
g.uk
www.aircadets.org . Parish Council www.hatfieldheath.com
. Footpaths
Email: [email protected]

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NEXT PARISH COUNCIL MEETING MOBILE LIBRARY

URC Hall Wed 14th September 7.30pm Visits Fortnightly on Wednesdays
www.hatfieldheath.com
Broomfields Arrives Leaves
PARISH COUNCIL The Close 14.45 15.35
Parish Clerk - Ernie Fenwick.................. 730 770 The Heath 15.40 16.00
Email : ............. [email protected] 16.05 16.35

Mark Lemon Chairman ........................... 730 581 LUNCHEON CLUB
(District Councillor)
Vice Chairman -David Parish ................... 730 573 At the U R C Hall
Robert Jones................................................ 730 741
Nigel Robley............................................... 730 568 Monday 5th September 11.30 for 12.00 noon
Chris Overton........................................... 731 036 Wednesday 21st September 11.30 for 12.00noon
Colin Skyrme............................................. 730 480
Ian Fitzgerald ..............................................730 036 All over 55s welcome
Mark Bissell ................................................ 730 376 Transport available.
Geoff Owen……………………………… 444 988 Ring Judy 01279 730 581

H.H. TENANTS FORUM MEMBER

David. N. Parish 730 573

PHONE NUMBERS OF Registered Charity Number 1051491
POLICE, DOCTORS, SAMARITANS
www.buffybus.co.uk
SCHOOL & CHURCHES
PCSO Simon Horne Buffy Playbus visits
Email:[email protected]
Essex Police Non Emergency.................101 The Heath, HATFIELD HEATH. CM22 7EB
Emergency ............................................. 999
PARKS ON CENTRE OF VILLAGE GREEN
DOCTORS Broomfields........................ 01279 730 616 TUESDAYS 9.30am - 11am
DOCTOR Broad Oak............................ 01279 718 245
DOCTOR Sawbridgeworth.................. 01279 603 180
THE SAMARITANS.......................... 01920 464 099

HATFIELD HEATH C.P. SCHOOL.....01279 730 382
PRE-SCHOOL....................................... 01279 730 354

HOLY TRINITY To send your letters /articles/ reports /photographs
Vicarage Office....................................... 01279 730 288 Email :- [email protected]
CHURCH WARDENS
Eileen Ashworth ..................................... 01279 730 610 Or contact the Editor
Diane Barnett .- PCC Secretary............... 01279 730 425
Editor : -Mary Stewart 01279 731 319
URC Rev Sam - Phone........................... 01279 453 781 Treasurer: - Mel Sullivan 01279 731 434
URC Secretary - Betty Bennett.............. 01279 508 455 Secretary: - Jean Clarke 01279 730 667
Village Volunteers when you need help..07944 748 478 Distributor- Michael Hockley 07976 801 062
Chairman - Brendan Carrig 01279 730 549
If you would like to advertise in the Printed by Cornerstone 01279 437 851
magazine, choose the size that best suits
Please note that the Hatfield Heath Magazine is a
your needs and contact us.
non profit organisation and everyone involved in

its production works on a voluntary basis.

To find out about our rates, please see DISCLAIMER: The Editor and Printers do not
page 5 for details. take responsibility for the information given or
views expressed in the Hatfield Heath Village
Magazine. Nor is any culpability accepted in
work carried out by any of the advertisers.

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IF YOU WANT TO VIEW
PAST MAGAZINES

www.hatfield-heath.co.uk/ magazine
Go to the web address above and you will see a list of

over two and half years of past magazines .
On the right hand side is the page with a list of past
Magazines. Just click on the issue you wish to read.

Conversions, Bathrooms, Kitchens
Plastering, Brickwork, Decorating

15018 December 2015

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01279 882 822

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.

www.kingsremovals.co.uk

16003 Dec 2016

1616004 Dec 2016

HEALTH WALK

Fridays 10am outside the surgery in
Broomfields.

Monday 10.30 Little Hallingbury Village
Car Park

Beginner/Improver and Intermediate Pilates classes in LONDON & ESSEX
Matching Green MAINTENANCE LTD

Classes booked as a block – term time only •
1-1 and private group sessions also available

Classes on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings.

For more information or to book your place, please contact
[email protected] or call 0794 373 4544

www.empowerpilatesessex.co.uk

• Interior & Exterior decoration • Oil Fired Appliances • Oil Heating Systems

• carried out to a high specification. • Oil Boiler Breakdown • Repairs & Servicing

• Full public liability. • Oil Boiler Installations • Commissioning
• 30 yrs Experience
• Ceilings papered. • Oil Tank • Replacement

• Wall coverings and wall paper hung FREE QUOTATIONS /

No job too large or too small WORK GUARANTEED / FULLY INSURED

Contact Steve. FOR INSTANT SERVICE PLEASE
CALL: 01277 369 709
Phone : 01279 724 805 Mobile : 07836 588 886
30 Rodney Road, Ongar, Essex CMS 9HN
E-mail: [email protected]
Address: Field View, Sheering, Herts.

www.cornelldecorators-herts.co.uk email: [email protected]

1716014 Dec 16 16113 Oct 16

THE HUNDRED PARISHES SOCIETY

Many settlements within the Hundred Parishes evolved alongside highways to serve passing
traffic, initially farm carts, drovers with cattle and travellers on horseback, then passenger
coaches and bigger farm wagons. Some vehicles were drawn by six or more horses or oxen.
The busiest routes radiated out from London.
.
Roads did not have the luxury of a firm surface until the introduction of tarmac at the
beginning of the 20th century. Since the Middle Ages, parishes had maintained roads, but
increasing traffic meant that some could no longer find the necessary resources. Roads were
badly rutted, muddy in winter and dusty in summer, often only passable by encroaching more
and more onto adjoining land. Increasing vehicle size and volume of traffic, especially taking
farm produce into the expanding capital, caused much damage.
.
Parliament authorised the overseeing of key routes by surveyors, and later by boards of
trustees, who were responsible for maintaining a given length of road from the proceeds of
tolls. These roads were known as “turnpikes” after an old word meaning toll gate. The first
turnpike road in England was established in 1663 on the Old North Road, known more
recently as the A10, running from Wadesmill in the parish of Thundridge north to
Huntingdonshire. The country’s first toll gate was set up in Wadesmill. More turnpike roads
and toll gates followed in the 18th century.
.
The arrival of the railways in the mid 1800’s took much traffic off the roads and spelt the end
of economic viability for turnpikes. Main routes became the responsibility of county or district
authorities and they were given road numbers in the 1920s. Much still survives of how things
used to be if you take time to look – more next month.
.
Ken McDonald,
Secretary

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“Wendycot”,Chelmsford Road, Hatfield Regis Local History Society has
Hatfield Heath, published several books and leaflets

Bishop’S Stortford, Herts The War Memorials of Hatfield Regis £5

Opening Hours Addendum: The Mis-remembered Men £1
Mon - Fri 8am - 5.30pm
P.O.W Camp 116 £5
Sat 9am - 1pm
The Stag £5 Eden Cottage Hospital £1
Tel: 01279 730 274
Pumps and Wells of H. Heath £5
[email protected]
www.jewhitemotors.co.uk

Contact John Sly 01279 731319
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BRIDGE IS FUN

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Hatfield Heath Bridge Club
MORNING AT LITTLE
Learning bridge opens up a whole new world. It
HALLINGBURY CHURCH keeps your brain active and introduces you to
FRIDAY, 11TH NOVEMBER 2016 many new friends.

9.00AM – 1.00PM Our relaxed and friendly classes are for two
hours and are a mix of tutorial and play with a
Please come and support your local
hospice and stock up early on break for a drink, a biscuit and a chat.

Christmas presents from some well- “Beginners” Classes
known favourites such as :-
Monday evenings starting 7.30 pm 19th
Phoenix cards, Usborne books, Seres September 2016
Silk and Silver and Apatchy as well as
some other unique local artisan stalls.

HUTLEY ELECTRICAL LTD If you already play bridge but would like to
improve your game you may enjoy our
DOMESTIC & INDUSTRIAL
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS “Improvers” Classes

Hutley Electrical offers a full range of Tuesday evenings starting 7.30 pm 20th
Electrical Services and has been September 2016
established for over 20 years.
From House re-wires to Industrial/ Hatfield Heath Bridge Club meets every
Commercial projects we pride ourselves Wednesday evening and there is now a separate
on offering a competent, polite, tidy
professional service and endeavour to section for newer players and space for
work with the minimum of disruption to Beginners to practise together
you wherever possible.
For more information contact:
**We are a full member of the NICEIC Penny & Brian Hassell
and have been for many years.** Tel: 01279 721428

Email: [email protected]

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16022 Dec 2016

Friday Club.
Friday Club is as the name suggests, a club
run on a Friday evening for the young
people (7-12 years old) of Hatfield Heath
and surrounding villages.
It is held Friday evenings 7pm – 9pm in
the URC Church Hall, Chelmsford Road,
Hatfield Heath. Its nightly membership is
£5.00.
Tracy Sykes
Club Leader
Telephone: 07803 273083
Email: [email protected]

Leisure Hour at the URC Hall
Wednesday 7th September 8.00pm
“Gt. Garnets Farm - Barnston”
Jonathan Smith

Wednesday 21st September 8.00pm
“Weird & the Wonderful of the Plant Kingdom”

Barry Gayton
New Members Welcome

Details Jean on 730465

Wednesday September 28th Meeting
“Hardy Geraniums” by Roy Nunn

At the Village Hall 7:45pm
Details Diane Barnett 730425

LOST ITEM

I have lost a gold Zippo lighter in a brown leather case
on the heath around the cricket pitch area. If someone

comes across it, its return would mean a great deal.
If you have any information please telephone
Ken Morris 01279730251

Many thanks in advance -Ken

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Events in Essex during September Merchant Navy Day
On Saturday 3rd September public offices will
Sep 03, from 8am: Wimbish: Debden Cycle rides fly the Red Ensign as this day has been marked
starting from Carver Barracks - 35 miles or 50 Merchant Navy Day chosen as the day in 1939
miles - www.debdencycle.co.uk/ the first day of WW2 when SS Athena the first
merchant ship to be torpedoed and sunk with the
Sep 03, 2pm to 6pm: Thaxted Windmill open - loss of 128 passengers and crew.
www.thaxted.co.uk/content/windmill For this reason I will host a Red Ensign on the
war memorial, by kind permission of the British
Sep 04, 10:30am to 4pm: Stebbing: Snares Hill Legion, at 11 am on Saturday 3rd September
Cottage, Duck End, CM6 3RY open garden - and would welcome any support and names of
www.ngs.org.uk/gardens/find-a merchant seamen who have ‘crossed the bar’ to
garden/Garden.aspx?id=21394 be read in a roll of honour.
“Salum et Carinae Pigora Vitae,” salt, sea and
Sep 04, 11am to 4pm: Stanstead Abbotts: Rye ships shall be the means of our salvation (motto
House Gatehouse open - of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects).
www.visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/nature/g
ardens-heritage/rye-house-gatehouse/plan-a-visit/ Cllir Chris Overton BSc AMRINA (retired)
[email protected]
Sep 04, 1:30pm to 5:30pm: Stansted Mountfitchet
Windmill open WINDOW ON THE PAST
www.stanstedmountfitchetwindmill.co.uk
WINDOW ON THE PAST
Sep 11, 1pm: Little Easton: Thaxted Morris Men at NOW and THEN
the Stag - www.thaxtedmorris.org/default.asp
Holy Trinty Church 1918.
Sep 11, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm: Pleshey Castle: Also showing is Churchgate House
Guided tours with talk by Nick Wickenden of that was bombed in World War Two.
Chelmsford Museum. Pre-booking essential with
Chelmsford Museum on 01245 605700. by Terry Jameson.

Sep 14, 2:30pm: Finchingfield Guildhall open to
view by prior booking
with: www.invitationtoview.co.uk/properties/finchin
gfield-guildhall/

Sep 14, 8:15pm: Great Easton & Tilty: Thaxted
Morris Men at the Three Horseshoes, Duton Hill
- www.thaxtedmorris.org/default.asp
Sep 14, 9:15pm: Broxted: Thaxted Morris Men at
the Prince of Wales -
www.thaxtedmorris.org/default.asp

Sep 18, 11am to 4pm: Stanstead Abbotts: Rye
House Gatehouse open -
www.visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/nature/g
ardens-heritage/rye-house-gatehouse/plan-a-visit/

Sep 18, 11:30am to 5pm: Little Easton: Gardens
of Easton Lodge open - www.eastonlodge.co.uk/

Sep 28: Hundred Parishes Society members
event in Much Hadham including guided vil-
lage walk, visit to Forge Museum and AGM.

Sep 30 to Oct 02: 10am to 6pm (Noon to 6pm on
Oct 02): Saffron Walden: Flower Festival at St
Mary's Church. Enquiries 01799 524638.

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MINUTES OF PARISH COUNCIL MEETING

HELD AT 7.15 PM ON WEDNESDAY 10TH AUGUST 2016

IN THE URC HALL, HATFIELD HEATH

Minute

PRESENT:

Cllr David Parish (DP), (Chairman), Cllrs Bob Jones (BJ), Geoff Owen (GO), Chris Overton
(CO),Nigel Robley (NR), Colin Skyrme (CS) in attendance ECC Cllr Susan Barker (SB), Clerk to
the Council Ernie Fenwick and 4 members of the public.

CHAIRMANS WELCOME AND OPEN FORUM
The Chairman welcomed everyone present and opened the meeting.

There following items were raised by members of the public
• The Old Barn planning application objection by resident. NR & BJ joined the meeting

1693. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

Cllrs Mark Lemon (ML), family commitment, Mark Bissell (MB), Ian Fitzgerald (IF), work commitments

1694. MINUTES OF LAST MEETING

The minutes of the Parish Council of 13th July were signed as a true record of the meetings.

1695. DECLARATION OF MEMBERS INTERESTS:

• DP has a non-pecuniary interest as chairman of the Hatfield Regis History Society and is a
member of the Tenants Forum.

• CO is a member of the Tenants Forum.

• BJ is a member of Stop Stansted Expansion

1696. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON AGENDA ITEMS - NONE

1697. REPORTS TO / FROM COUNTY AND DISTRICT COUNCILLOR

SB reported that there will be three public exhibitions in September on the Local Plan. There will be no proposal for
development in the Green Belt area, which surrounds Hatfield Heath. 8300 houses have already been approved or
built out of 12000 required.

Suggested we should give residents information regarding the holdup on the parking issue.

Clerk to forward parking consultation result to SB

Essex CC Cllr Julie Redfern is councillor in charge of Affordable housing.

BJ asked why the Stag island can’t be removed and replaced with a layby and the road pedestrianised.

Roundabout on B183/A1060 is still a potential scheme but the cost has escalated to £250,000 instead of the original
costing of £80,000 due to the relocation of the British Gas pipe under the road. SB said that as the cost was under
£500,000, it was still part of the Local Highways Panel budget, but they only have around £400,000 available for
the whole of Uttlesford.

Clerk asked SB to investigate alternative methods of traffic calming along the A1060 as an alternative to the
roundabout.

Junction 7a is not funded by ECC but by the Highways Agency.

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Parish Council Minutes continued:-

1698. CLERKS REPORT:
Matters from last meeting and Action Register

1511/08 Victim Support Service. No further information since last meeting CS

1602/10 Christmas Tree and Decorations. Sponsor has been identified. Location to be considered near to

the Institute so that mains electricity can be used. Cost for a larger tree approx. 4m high at

approx. £140 plus £100 erection. ALL

1604/02 Extra litter bin for Open Space Area. UDC agree to collection. Bin has been delivered, awaiting

installation for more than a month. Advert to remain in village magazine for a village

handyman EF

1604/04 Enforcement Notice at Nursery on the Heath. UDC enforcement have reported that there is no

breach of planning, but the reference number given does not correspond to the planning
application. Clerk to check ML

1604/05 Quotations for repainting footpath in Village Hall Car Park. Clerk to look at cost of providing a

hatched area with footprints. Awaiting quotations EF

Correspondence
i. Alleged Breach of Planning Control – Nursery on the Heath
ii.NHS West Essex public campaigns
iii.Change of UDC Monitoring Officer
iv.Moat Field Allotment Association
v. SSE, Parish & Town Council Liaison Group
vi.Village Green cricket field
vii.The Old Barn objection letter
viii.Uttlesford Local Plan: Residential allocations in Towns and Villages
ix.Land at Mill Lane, Hatfield Heath.
x. Flooding problem Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath.
xi.Temporary closure of Church Lane, Sheering
xii.Police Partnership Document
xiii.Anti-social Behaviour - Wagon Mead
xiv.Floral tributes on Benches.
xv.UDC Amendment No.47-Hatfield Heath PC

xvi.Guide to getting sports funding

xvii.Changes to recycling centres
xviii.Road closure notice – Sparrows Lane
xix.Police partnership document

Meetings & Training None

1699. CHAIRMANS REPORT

• Nothing to report from ML

1700. FINANCIAL REPORT:

Receipt of UDC grant for defibrillator and cabinet, £1110.00. Difficulty in contacting the para-
medic who is dealing with the supply of the equipment.
Bank Balance after the authorisation of the following payments £26283.52
Book token award to be awarded to Riana Dixon

R Dixon Book Token Award 100.00
I Hughes Parish Paths expense 27.18
D Parish Wildlife Area 4.55
E Fenwick Website Maintenance 20.00
Clerk Expenses 5.93
Staff Salaries
HMRC PAYE

IF and CS to authorise

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……Continued From Previous Page

1701. Planning matters

a. Decisions by UDC Planning Dept.
I. NONE

B. APPLICATIONS
I. GRANGE STABLES SPARROWS LANE; UTT/16/1904/CLE; CERTIFICATE OF LAWFULNESS

FOR THE EXISTING USE OF BARN AS AGRICULTURAL.
II. THE OLD BARN DUNMOW ROAD; UTT/16/2082/LB & UTT/16/2083/HHF; PROPOSED ONE

AND A HALF STOREY EXTENSION CONNECTING DWELLING TO BARN BY A GLAZED LINK,
DEMOLITION OF REAR LEAN TO AND SHED AND CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW DOUBLE GA-
RAGE. OBJECT ON GROUNDS INAPPROPRIATE DEVELOPMENT OF A LISTED BUILDING, IN-
ACCURACIES IN DRAWINGS PROVIDED AND DETRIMENTAL TO THE NEIGHBOURING
PROPERTIES.
III. THE HOLLIES MILL LANE HATFIELD HEATH; UTT/16/1925/FUL; DEMOLITION OF EXISTING
DWELLING AND OUTBUILDINGS. THE ERECTION OF 1 NO. DWELLING WITH ASSOCIATED
GARAGES. OBJECTION ON GROUNDS OF GROSS OVERDEVELOPMENT AND CONCERN OVER
DISPOSAL OF FOUL WATER.
IV. FLAT 1 AND 2 CRABTREE BUNGALOW HATFIELD HEATH; UTT/16/1946/OP; OUTLINE APPLI-
CATION WITH ALL MATTERS RESERVED FOR THE DEMOLITION OF EXISTING BUNGALOW
AND ERECTION OF 2 NO. DETACHED DWELLINGS. OBJECTION ON GROUNDS OF OVER-
DEVELOPMENT

C. APPEALS
I. LAND SOUTH OF OAKHANGER, FRIARS LANE HATFIELD HEATH; UTT/15/3816/FUL ; APPEAL

DISMISSED
II. BARN AT GRANGE FARM SPARROWS LANE; UTT/15/2966/PAP3Q;

APP/C1570/W/16/3149593; PRIOR NOTIFICATION OF CHANGE OF USE OF AGRICULTURAL
BUILDING TO 3 NO. DWELLINGS.

1702. HIGHWAYS

Vegetation overgrowing the footpath in Dunmow Road. Clerk to contact Henry Turtill
CO received a comment regarding footpath between doctors surgery to Village Hall car park. This has been
cleared already.
Traffic survey figures from ECC were discussed and Clerk to request Highways Agency forecast for traffic flows
through Hatfield Heath.

1703. VILLAGE GREEN

Co-op signage causing obstruction to sight lines. Clerk has spoken to Co-op who will ensure sightlines
are not blocked. Complainant will monitor and report to Clerk
Clerk to write to Doreen Millen
HHCC are awaiting a trial of gang mowers instead of using a flail mower.
Levelling of the cricket field may take place in the autumn and will be unsightly during the winter. NR and CS to
meet with the cricket club. This will need Lord of the Manor approval.

1704. MATTERS ARISING

This is covered in the Clerks Report “Matters from last meeting and Action Register” .
Clerk reminded Councillors that all items for decision must be on the Agenda and to let him know a minimum of
five working days before the meeting in order that items can be placed on the Agenda.

1705. COMMUNITY FIRST RESPONDERS & RESUSCITATION EQUIPMENT

Several volunteers to operate the defibrillator have been identified and training is planned. CS received a call from
Dawn Peters who has offered her services as a defibrillator trainer.

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1706. WILDLIFE AREA

WILDLIFE AREA PLAN PRESENTED BY DP. PROPOSED BY CS SECONDED BY CO CARRIED UNANI-
MOUSLY.

1707. STANSTED AIRPORT

BJ said there were two concerns.
The move from the Dover to Clacton route is being reviewed by the CAA.
Telephone complaint system does not work due to the phone line being inundated by cold calls.
Noise disturbance needs to be recorded to maintain pressure on the airport authority.
Compensation; SSE are hoping to provide names of three companies of Chartered Surveyors who
will advise on loss of value of properties compared with other areas. The cut off time is March
2007, so you must have been in the property since before that time.

1708. ALLOTMENTS

i. Ownership of the land adjacent to the allotments has been ascertained by the Clerk and the own-
er has given his approval for posts to be installed provided that he retains right of access if neces-
sary.

ii. The current arrangement whereby the allotment association liaise with the appointed council al-
lotment representatives was considered to be working well and does not require changing.

iii. The inspection of the allotments can be undertaken by the councils allotments representatives.
iv. Rent payable to given to the councils

1709. EVENTS CALENDAR

i. It was resolved to put all Parish Council events on the Website under the Meetings page

1710. REPORTS FROM MEMBERS ON MEETINGS ATTENDED

None

1711. MATTERS TO BE RAISED BY MEMBERS FOR THE NEXT AGENDA

Parking

1712. DATES OF NEXT MEETINGS

14th September 12th October 9th November

Meeting closed at 9.55 pm

Village Handyman

The Parish Council wish to receive applications for the position of a Village
Handyman. The extent of the work is varied and would generally only involve
light manual work such as cutting back overgrown vegetation on footpaths,
clearing bus shelters, removing weeds from the village car park etc. The hours
are sporadic and on an as needs basis. Hourly rate and expenses will be paid.

Apply to [email protected] or 01279730770

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Stansted Airport Noise

Noise Complaints.
It is important that we make known the noise disturbance the village has suffered since the airspace change of
the Dover route to the Clacton route since February 2016. There has been independent criticism of the process
by which the Civil Aviation Authority carried out the airspace change. One of the key criticisms was the lack of
engagement with the general public.
Write with comments to the new Secretary of State- Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, Secretary of State for Trans-
port, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA with a copy to our MP.
0r write to with complaint:
 Noise Communications Team
Enterprise House
Stansted Airport
Essex CM24 1QW

The Airports telephone complaint number is still out of action due to automated cold callers swamping the an-
swer phone system so use the SSE form.

Airport Noise Compensation Matters
Many residents who lived in the village before !st March 2007 may wish to press Stansted Airport for compen-
sation over any loss in house open market value due to expansion of the airport. The rise in house prices has
been much greater in the north of UDC rather than in our area. This will not be easy and it is likely that profes-
sional help will be required in making individual claims. While Stop Stansted Expansion are not qualified to give
help they are working to produce a list of Chartered Surveyors as a starting point for individual residents to
seek help. SSE hope that this list will be available in mid -August on their web site. Obviously complaints over
noise disturbance from a postcode will be a vital factor in presenting a claim.
It will be interesting to see Uttlesford District Councils action over this issue as they are a major landlord with
many properties.

MESSAGE FROM Neighbourhood Watch

Essex Police are encouraging the greater use of the Essex Community Messaging system (ECM) and
are asking the public to sign up to receive police-related messages which are of interest to you.
Please see the police website at www.essex.police.uk and follow the links to register. If you are already registered,
can you please check you registration details and update them if appropriate (for instance, make sure that you
state that you are a member of NhW).
NhW is also being encouraged to use ECM as a messaging system.Click Essex Community Messaging on the home
page which will take you to the Sign In button and then log on [you will need a Pin Number to do this which will
sent to you before the process can be completed]. Then simply update your information!!

Volunteering for Victim Support in Essex
Victim Support is looking for reliable volunteers with great listening skills, who have 4-8 hours to spare a week.
We will train you to offer practical and emotional support to people affected by crime. Apply now to be on our
next four day fully accredited training course this autumn and you could soon be learning new skills whilst making
a positive difference to people’s lives.
To find out more please visit www.victimsupport.org.uk, or call the Essex Service Delivery team on 01277 357557
or email essexvolunteering @victimsupport.org.uk
 Victim Support is an independent charity. Our services are free and available to everyone, whether or not the
crime has been reported and regardless of when it happened.  If you have been affected by crime, call us on 0300
30 30 165.

To Join Hatfield Heath Neighbourhood Watch please e-mail [email protected]

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Leventhorpe Big Draw 2016
Thursday 13th October

The STEAM Powered Big Draw Festival
The Big Draw Festival is a free event for anyone aged 8-108
who loves to draw. It is an opportunity to join our local
community in celebration of the universal language of drawing.
No previous experience is necessary, just an enthusiastic
approach.
Bringing together Science, Technology, Engineering, Art
and Maths, the 2016 theme of STEAM recalls our industrial
past and the fusion of creative innovation, enterprise and the
Arts.
You are invited to join in the Leventhorpe Big Draw at our late
night opening. We will be running two drawing sessions where
you have the opportunity to sketch from our dramatic displays
of objects inspired by five elements of STEAM. Come and enter
a fascinating world of isolating mathematical shapes, crazy
mechanical inventions and medical research laboratories.
Each session will run for 1 hour starting at 6.30pm and 7.30pm.
All equipment will be provided.
This drop-in event will be held in the main school hall. Plenty of
parking available.

Leventhorpe, Cambridge Road, Sawbridgeworth, Herts
CM21 9BY

01279-836633 www.leventhorpe.net

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