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May 2013

Hatfield Heath Village Magazine May 2013

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The Leisure Hour at their 50th Year Celebrations at Hunters Meet


In Aid of Holy Trinity

Flower Festival Fund

Hat Fest Music 7th May 10 o/clock till noon

ProofgErvaemnmtse&DAFNITCNINEGSS Fun Dog At

Agility Test Greenways Stortford Road

CIRDCUOSODSKY’ISLLS the home of Mr & Mrs Emmerson


In Aid of Holy Trinity

Flower Festival Fund

21st May 10 o/clock till Noon


Chantry Mead Sawbridgeworth Road

the home of Mr & Mrs Stacey

Hatfield Heath Cricket Club


CLASSIC CAR SHOWLoEcxahlibHiitsiotonry Friday 31st May, 7.30 for 8pm

Hatfield Heath Festival Email: [email protected] at the URC hall. Teams of 6.
Drinks and nibbles available.
Web :
1 (Please don’t bring your own)

Raffle as well.
£5 per person, please call to submit your team

Mark 07999 416 424

Email: [email protected]

CLEANING Can you help?

SERVICES On the 7th April 2013 at approximately 21:25
hours, a Black Honda Acord was struck by
Domestic cleaning services another vehicle causing significant damage. This
occurred at The Shaw, Hatfield Heath.
I provide -weekly cleaning <£10 per hour>,- The other vehicle involved causing the damage
monthly or a one–off basis <£12 per hour>, did not stop, possibly a Silver BMW coupe.
according to your needs, no job is too big or small Were you in the area at the time? Did you see or
for me, hear anything?
If you have any information please contact Essex
Trustfull - Sole trader - Fully insured Police dialling 101 quoting incident number
10 years’ experience -Top references
1036- 07/04/2013
Please call Isabela on Thank you,
07955 658 347 or 01279 370 077 Hatfield Heath Neighbourhood Policing Team

MEMORIALS Hatfield Heath
J. Day & Son
Hatfield Broad Oak


Station Road, Bishop’s Stortford There will be an attendance at both
Festivals from

Hatfield Regis Local History Society

Members will be available to discuss the
Society events and membership details

An exhibition of Hatfield Heath Mill Lane
POW Camp history and its legacy to the

Villages will be on show.

Bishop’s Stortford 01279 654 455 Make sure these dates are in your
Edmonton 0208 807 3712 diary

Saturday 25 and Monday 27 May 2013

Sunday 16 June 2013



If you are having a clear-out, please save your
unwanted clothes and textiles for us!
We are organising a “Bag2School” textile collection.
All donations will be recycled
through the “Bag2School” scheme to raise much nee
ded funds for the purchase ofnew equipment at the
pre-school. Donations of clothes can be brought to
the pre-school between Thursday May 2nd and
Thursday May 9th. Alternatively, please call
Janice on 07749 282501 as we would be pleased to
arrange to collect your donated
clothes. Donations can be made in any bin bag or
carrier bag. Please support us if
you can!

JOIN THE FUN AND GAMES “Wendycot”,Chelmsford Road,

Friday May 17th Bishop’S Stortford, Herts

A night of frog racing in the Village Hall Opening Hours
complete with fish and chip supper! Mon - Fri 8am - 5.30pm

(Alternatives available) Sat 9am - 1pm

Join us for a fun night for local people Tel: 01279 730 274
with all proceeds to the pre-school.
[email protected]
Have you got what it takes to steer the wooden frog
through a race, or even direct your team member?
1305 January 2012 to December 2013
Licensed bar
Everybody welcome.

Tickets are £10.
Please phone Janice on the number above.

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313014 January to December 2013

State Registered Chiropodist HATFIELD HEATH

Home Visiting Practice RAINFALL & SNOW

Mrs. Julie Golden S.R.Ch. March 2013
Est. 1994
Hatfield Heath Rainfall March 2013 Total for month
01279 873 492 48.00mm
12 Indicates Snow/Sleet
A professional service at a competitive rate (1.89 inches)
12116 Jan feb mar 2013
8 mm




Grass cutting, Hedge Trimming, Planting,
Weed Treatment, One off Tidy Ups and Raindays in March 2013 numbered twelve,
producing a total of 1.89 inches - with four
maintenance snow/sleet days recorded. This seemed to be a dry
Call for a friendly chat on month, since in 2012 we were used to exceptionally
Mobile 07956 524 586 wet conditions. But on reflection the 1.89 inches is
Home Tel 01279 830 960 21% above our March average.
March 2013 will be remembered for the
1302 January to December 2013 exceptionally low temperatures and it will go down
as the second coldest March on record. This does not
LTD. auger well for our insect populations, particularly
our native butterflies. We usually have seen a
Brinstone by the end of March but not this year.
March Extremes
High 4.25 inches in 2001

3.77 inches in 2008
Low 0.37 inches in 2011

0.43 inches in 1997

Garden Watch

• Specialising in all types of Our resident birds have been grateful for the
ponds & features. feeding which a large number of the people
in the village have carried out this year.
• Professionally designed, On March 27th we were so pleased to
installed, restored or maintained. see a Thrush.
We normally have occasional visits of the
• Local company established Songthrush, but to our delight this was a
since 1987 with excellent after Mistle Thrush, this is a "first" for us.
care service Brian Bland

Tel: 01279 461 052 The Mistle Thrush is a big, bold, aggressive bird, larger than
a Blackbird and more fat-bellied, longer-tailed and smaller-
(Answer phone) headed than other thrushes. Its upperparts are paler, more
grey-brown than on a Song Thrush and there are white
Mobile: 07711 087 004 edges to many of the wing feathers and the corners of the
tail. The face is generally paler making the dark eye more
1303 January 2013 to December 2013 prominent and giving a 'wide-eyed' expression.


Brian Hair by BEE BEE
found that
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Fri 9am-6pm • Sat 9am-1pm FULLY TRAINED

Heath View, Pond Lane, Hatfield Heath
Tel: 01279 730 870 LONDON HAIR STYLISTS

1306 January to December 2013

had drawn Fed up with
a special
cartoon for moss and weed? Lawn Treatment Service
us re - mice
I offer:-
LEISURE HOUR •Regular lawn feeds
•Weed and moss treatment
Wednesday 1st May •Aeration
New Zealand Talk & Film - Pauline Beamont •Scarifying


01279 466 100 or 07791 128 399

13022 January December 2013

Wednesday 15th 01279 647 286
A G M followed by Heather & Gordon 07838 165 171
[email protected]
(Photography) Back Again !

We meet at 8.00pm at the
U R C Hall on the Chelmsford Road
New members and visitors (both men and ladies)

most welcome
For details ring Jean on 730465


Beautiful landscaped garden, with many shrubs and St Mary‛s Church, Church Lane, Sheering
summer colour, in aid of charities listed below!
Don’t miss the beautiful singing by Sarah M on all Saturday 18th May 2013 at 7pm
Local performers
The Laurels, Hastingwood Road Vocal and instrumental items
(corner of Glover Lane) Tickets £8 (£1 for child aged 6 to 12)
Hastingwood, CM17 9JX Includes the concert programme, and a drink and light
refreshment served immediately after the concert.
Time: 10.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. Not suitable for children under 6

29th & 30th June For St. Clare’s Hospice

6th July For Cats Protection League

7th July For Grove Cottage and
Gorkha Development Scheme
Teas/coffees Home Made Cakes Stalls




HATFIELD HEATH Cllr Mark Lemon (ML), (Chairman), Cllrs Steve Foster
(SF), Bob Jones (BJ), David Parish (DP), Sandra Saban
Friday 10am outside (SS), Bart Sheekey (BS), Mel Sullivan (MS), Gary
Broomfield Surgery Waller (GW) In attendance: Clerk to the Council Ernie
01279 731 434 Fenwick, and 3 members of the public

The Chairman welcomed everyone present and opened
the meeting with the open forum.
Congratulations for Website from Ivan Cooper with
thanks to The Clerk
Speed limits from 40 to 30 then to 40mph through the
Lack of footpath from Ardley End to Centre of the


The minutes of the Council Meeting of 13th March were
Are Available for signed as a true record of the meeting.
Children’s Parties
Small tables and chairs now available BS, MS, BJ members of SSE. DP & SS are residents of


Celebrations ITEMS None



Classes etc., etc., ML reported from District Council is currently in purdah

PREFERENTIAL RATES with CC elections approaching on 2nd
May. One member of the public left the meeting

LOCAL RESIDENTS Matters from last meeting and Action Register

For Details Telephone i 1208/03 Investigate issuing a survey re leisure

01279 730 544 facilities for young people.

13020 January to December 2013 ii Survey put together and will circulate to

councillors DC

iii 1212/01 Kerbstones in Broomfields. Will be

replaced when money is available. ML

iv 1212/02 Grass Verges at Eden Surgeries. Clerk
to obtain utilities drawings. ML will speak to J
Kenney to see if he will hand dig for the posts

v 1212/03 Footpath between Village Hall and Cox
Ley. Order has been placed with Handyman


vi 1212/12 Footpath clearance in Dunmow Road

and Sawbridgeworth Road: EF

vii 1212/14 Stansted Airport re Proposal for revised

track keeping. BJ/MS

viii 1301/01 Jubilee Tree. Waiting to finalise date with

school DP/SS

ix 1301/02 Viewing opening in Bus shelter.

Handyman has been instructed. EF

x 1301/03 Response to Minerals Extraction Plan.

Submitted MS

xi 1302/01 Superfast Broadband Notice in Magazine &

Notice Board EF

xii 1302/02 Approval from Henry Turtill for

helicopter to land on Village Green EF

xiii 1302/03 Drain clearance at entrance to car park.

Cleaned gullies and drains today EF

xiv 1302/04 Report damage to car park barrier to

Insurance Company. Not insured EF

xv 1302/05 Proposed new junction on Mil. Request a

meeting with ECC Cabinet member for

highways. EALC have agreed to co-

ordinate the meeting inviting all affected

parishes. Awaiting result of CC elections

on 2nd May ML/MS

xvi 1302/06 Final letter sent to ReynoldsEF

xvii 1302/07 Ensure Football Field asset of community

Value application considered by UDC at DIXON & CO

March Cabinet meeting. On the Agenda Chartered Certified Accountants

for 26th March EF For all your tax and accounting needs

xviii 1302/08 Notice of Annual Parish Meeting on Contact Paul Dixon Tel: 01279 739076

24th April to be posted on Notice Board

and in Magazine EF Wallburys, Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath
Bishop’s Stortford, CM22 7DL
xix 1302/09 Risk assessment by Tree warden on all
13023 January December 2013
trees on Village Green,

xx Progressing, tree warden now returned from

holiday ML

xxi 1302/10 Ascertain if any S106 money is available for

Hatfield Heath. None EF

Continued on next page............

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Previous Page

We offer a xxii 1303/01 Site Meeting on The Heath. See
Complete Service
Agenda Item 912 ML/MS/DP
CERAMIC TILING b Correspondence

LIGHTING i UDC Statement of Community Involvement -
Consultation notice 25/03 - 6/05
All carried out with the minimum
of fuss and mess by experts! ii ECC Speed limit for The Street, Sheering
Also all Plumbing &
Domestic Heating Installations iii Annual Return documentation

SO LOOK NO FURTHER THAN iv Letter of thanks from Women's Leisure Hour

C.F OAKES v Breach of Planning - MR Lawrance

Established in Harlow for over 45 years vi Hatfield Heath Festival road closure
vii Pond Lane Signs - Reynolds
1311 January to December 2013
viii Parish Forum Presentation

ix Local Highways panel recommending Speed limits

x SSE Campaign update

xi RoSPA inspection notification

xii Rural Communities Broadband Fund-Defra

xiii Fulfilling Lives: Ageing better - Big Lottery

xiv Letter of criticism regarding play area. Clerk to


xv No 1 Cox Ley fence adjoining footpath. Clerk to

respond with Highways details

c. Meetings & Training

i Freedom of Information Act & Data Protection

workshop; Foakes Hall; Fri 19th April

9.30-1.00 £45

ii Law & Procedures; Foakes Hall; Thurs 25th April

9.30 - 3.30 £67

iii Localism Agenda - Planning Foakes Hall; Wed 1st

May 9.30 - 4.15 £671304/01

ML has nothing further to report

Draft EOY accounts have been circulated to all
Approved. To be submitted to internal auditor.
The bank balance after authorisation of the following
payments is £27562.39

EALC Subscriptions and 393.38
Affiliation fees
BB & C Fencing 1164.00
David Parish Playground Fencing 25.00
Mel Sullivan 45.00

Telegraph Poles

Ernie Fenwick Expenses (litter pickers) 156.19

Robert Chapman Handyman expenses 216.74
Ernie Fenwick Website maintenance & 140.00
Ernie Fenwick Salary (April)


Decisions by UDC Professional Cleaning
i Land at Forbetts Stortford Road Hatfield Heath :

UTT/13/0174/FUL : Erection of 2 no. dwellings
with garages and new vehicular access

Applications Three good reasons why to
i. Shrubbs Farm, Sheering: UTT/13/0647/HHF: consider Professional cleaning for

Single storey side extension to form utility your Carpets and Upholstery
room and farm office: OBJECT on the grounds
of overdevelopment of the site in a green · Manufacturers Recommend Professional
belt area and out of keeping with the existing cleaning every 12-18 months
building ii. Foxglove Farm, Dunmow Road,
HH: UTT/13/0534/CLP: Certificate of Lawful · Everyday dirt and grime Reduces the life of
permission. your Upholstery and Carpets
Proposed two story rear extension
· It simply Looks Better
Monthly Enforcement Reports None issued this
month. A Local company trained and Insured in the
expert cleaning of all types of Upholstery and
Car Park barrier has been dismantled and works will Carpet care.
commence on 22nd April. MS met Mr Chapman ECC
Highways and resident re culverts and ditches along Call Nick: 01279 276 018
Stortford Road. SF re road gullies which are blocked and
the culverts are blocked along Dunmow Road. SF to For your FREE Quotation
contact Mr Chapman
a MS & EF will work together on Highways issues Herts and Essex Carpet &
Upholstery Cleaning
that have been missed off the highways list.
13059 Feb 2014

912. VILLAGE GREEN For All Building Works -
a Following the site visit of the Heath by ML and Extensions/Renovations -
Decorating - Plumbing - Electrics
MS, the following items were noticed Carried Out with Great Attention to Detail
• Road to the HT Church. Procure poles to fit to Tel: 01279 757 323 07836 205 103

western side, complete second 13015 January 2013 to December 2013
hammerhead and level hammerheads with hogging.
Level deep puddles with seeded topsoil on both
sides of the road.

• Wildlife pond. Treat with herbicide some or all
nettles growing to the north east of the pond. Litter
not being collected around pond area.
• Pond south of Heath View. Fallen willow needs
removing (RL quoted for this last year; Gosling
Trust requested to pay. Progress?)
Pond north of Heath View. Fallen willow needs
removing (RL quoted for this last year;
Gosling Trust requested to pay. Progress?)

• Verge on south side of Sheering Road (opposite
White Horse) Erosion needs filling with seeded
topsoil. Posts should be considered to protect against
future damage.

• Verges either side of the Sheering Road (eastern
end) missing posts need replacing.

• Sheering Road (at junction with War Memorial road).
Pothole needs repairing, damage is
spreading to private road recently resurfaced by Parish
• Sheering Road (behind bus shelter towards cricket

Continued on next page............ 9

GLYNN’S CHIMNEY SWEEP ..........Continued from
Previous Page
Clean & Efficient
Vacuum & Brush field) Kerbstones require re installing.
Posts should be considered to protect against future
01279 424 983 damage from bus shelter to edge of
cricket outfield.
NACS Registered • Sheering Road (within cricket outfield) potholes
HETAS Qualified Sweep need repairing and verge needs re instating (safety
hazard to cricketers) Consider re-instating ditch along roadside or placing
poles on both sides in winter.
13070 Feb 2014 • Access road to Martin Broad's field. Remove
chestnut paling as it serves no purpose.
Hatfield Haven Care Home • Barkers Lane. The access is badly churned up by
vehicles accessing the menage; requires
Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath, Bishops Stortford, Herts. CM22 7DL levelling. Seek advice on who is responsible for
paying for repair.
Tel: 01279 730 043 • Matching Road (Oak Lodge) Write to occupant
asking them to repair damage to verge caused by vehicle parking.
• West Hayes/ The Shaw Fly tipping at the eastern
Features: end of the open space. Establish who dumped the
╚ Serene and homely environment; soil and get it removed.
╚ 24 hours care in compliance with CQC Care Standards b Working Group to process items requiring works to
╚ Medical care provided by local group practice; the village green.
c Dig out drainage ditches around cricket field no
district nurse, physiotherapist and a chiropodist; deeper but cleared out. ML proposed DP
╚ Highly qualified and motivated staff - RMA and seconded, unanimous approval
d Jubilee Tree has been planted in the Church Yard by
NVQ qualifications; the children from the school
╚ 20 single and 1 double newly refurnished and e ML proposed that the Beacon be re-erected during the
Village Festival and commemorating
redecorated the coronation in 1953.
rooms (newly built extension included) f Festival Committee requested permission to erect
╚ Each bedroom fitted with an en-suite bathroom and signs advertising the festival from Mid May.
call system to summon help; Approved.
╚ A newly extended and enlarged day lounge with Flat 913. POND LANE
creen TV and radio.
╚ Large dining room with excellent meals on offer Continued on next page............
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
brochure. For placement and other enquiries, please

Amanda Austin (Manager)
email : [email protected]

10 13074 Mar 2014

a Signage. Further letter written to Mr Reynolds and
copies to be delivered to tenants, b Rubbish Clerk to
arrange removal.

a Speed limit. This is in our speed policy but
Highways feel it may be problematic. CLASSIC CAR SHOW
b Cox Ley_Kerbstones need re-installing. Paint
covering graffiti on wall along PRoW footpath SPONSORED BY J.E. WHITE (MOTORS)
needs removing, SUNDAY 16h JUNE 2013
c Broomfields (Eden Surgery) Temporary pole
replaced by posts from junction with A1060 to the BOOKING FORM
comer of the surgery, verge to be levelled with seeded
topsoil. Name: ..............................................................................

915. PLAY AREA Address:.............................................................................
ML thanked BJ for all his hard work in bringing the
project to a successful conclusion. ..........................................................................................
Play area Gate spring requires replacing; fence panel
requires replacing, bare soil needs ...........................................................................................
Postcode ......................................Tel. No........................
Proposal to form working group to investigate feasibility Details of Car:
of acquisition of Football Field. Football Club have
launched an appeal to raise funds to buy the football Make.................................Model .............................
field. MS circulated a decision paper for approval.
Resolved not to proceed at present with an offer to Reg. No.............................
purchase but to give non-financial support to the football
club. Original Reg. Date............

917. AFFORDABLE HOUSING Any Interesting History.....................................................
GW has received a costing of the works to the
allotments from Hastoe. We are applying for grant ..........................................................................................
funding for these works.
GW said that he had received a request from Ulrike ..........................................................................................
Maccariello to provide a statement about the need for
allotments in the village and the PC's support for them. Category
This was required to assist Hastoe's process of
completing its Great Crested Newt licence, and A - Veteran & Vintage Cars Up To 1930
confirmation had been received from Ulrike that the
statement which had been provided fully met their B - Post Vintage Cars 1931-45 Inc.
ML attended the cabinet meeting where it was suggested C - Post War Cars 1946-59 Inc.
that UDC would nominate tenants for the houses and
that only those on the UDC housing list would be D Classic Cars 1960-75 Inc.
granted the properties. ML believes that not enough
people from Hatfield Heath will qualify for the houses. E Modern Classic Cars 1976-92 Inc.
MS proposed that we invite Hastoe and UDC Housing
Officer to attend a meeting and to bring the S106 F Military Vehicles/Commercial Any Year
agreement with them.
G Best Club Stand
BJ proposed that' Hatfield Heath Parish Council believe For each Category, a Trophy will be awarded to the
all its' residents are entitled to a full nighfs sleep, vehicle, which in the opinion of the Judge is the best in
therefore all night flights should be banned between the that category. All entrants are reminded that the Judge’s
hours of llpm and 7am.' Seconded ML Unanimously decision is final. All entrants will receive a plaque.
agreed. Clerk to write to CAA, MP and Stansted Airport
Please enter my vehicle in Category: ............................

I understand that the Hatfield Heath Festival Committee
will not accept any responsibility for any damage or
accident resulting from the participation of my
passengers, myself, or my vehicle in the event.

Please send this form before 12th June 2013

to ensure inclusion in the event to:
John White, Wendycot, Chelmsford Road, Hatfield

Heath, Bishop’s Stortford, Herts, CM22 7BH

Tel. No. 01279 730 274

NOTE:- Late entries will be accepted up until 15th June
2013 subject to room being available in the show area.
All entrants will receive notice of times to arrive and a
map of Hatfield Heath showing the classic car area

John & Sarah White Car Show Organiser
Continued on next page............ 11

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Previous Page

01279 882 822 919. REPORTS FROM MEMBERS ON
For over 30 years we have been
carrying out local, national and MS attended EALC meeting. EALC's office move to
overseas relocations for personal Felsted has been postponed due to contractual issues.
and business clients. We EALC are to request a meeting with ECC regarding Mil
understand that everyone's move is junction but awaiting outcome of May CC elections.
different and that is why we tailor Local Highways panel have confirmed that £10,000 has
our service to each individual been ring-fenced for resolution of land acquisition
customers needs. regarding Dunmow Road/A1060 junction. ECC Cllr
Kings Removals was set up as and still Susan Barker strongly supported MS regarding these
runs as a family business today. Great emphasis is put on customer projects.
satisfaction and this is why a high percentage of our work comes from
recommendations and repeat business. 920. MATTERS TO BE RAISED BY

Drainage ditches


8th May 12th June


I would like to congratulate the Heath

Players and Steve and all the team for

putting on a great performance of Martha,

Josie and the Chinese Elvis. People who

were lucky enough to see the show will

know what I mean when I say it was a bit

£5 per session risqué as a village production but well

worth while. It was a really "professional"

* Thursday morning outdoor Bootcamp!! performance by all the cast.
*Spring Detox program
The delivery of the lines and the timing of
*Small group Personal Training the comedy worthy of the west end. I
*More Boxing and HIIT Workouts think this was Elvis's first performance in
(High Intensity Interval Training)

the village and hope his debut has

offers 1 to 1 Personal Training in a encouraged him to return and I look

private gym in Hatfield Heath. forward to the next production. Well Done

To book your place or for more info please call to all once again.

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Sunday16th June 2013

will take place between Hotel, Restaurant & Spa
4pm and 9pm
on the Heath Chelmsford Road, Hatfield Heath, CM22 7BQ
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next to the Hunters Meet Hotel.
JOANovARC will open the event Restaurant
and will be followed by other acts New Summer Bar

including & Bistro Nights
The Revivals, Laced Up,
Dirty Lions, & Halfbreed. (Mon-Thurs Evenings)

Come and join us to finish the Festival events. Come along and sample our
Exciting New Menu


plus a Glass of Wine

Do you know about the work of the Food Bank? £16.00
It was set up to assist people in need, usually as Call us now on
result of redundancy or awaiting the assistance of 01279 730 549
Social Service payments. The Michael Roberts

Charitable Trust saw that they could be helped by

more fortunate members of our society who could

donate food which could be collected and distribut-

ed to alleviate hunger.

We have been collecting tinned/dry goods for some Beauty Lodge Leisure Club
time at Holy Trinity Church, and wonder if others
in the village would like to help. (Help is given to Spa Days/Spa Weekends Fully equipped Gym,
anyone in the District, and now includes Bishop’s Massage/Facials Indoor Heated Pool,
Stortford). There will be a drop-off point in the
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Do stay for coffee if you have time. Manicure/Pedicure and Steam Room

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Waxing/Threading please bring

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13 13016 January to December 2013

series of grounds in and around the village including

Lea Hall on the Dunmow Road and the “Backfields”

behind the White Horse where West Hayes is now


Since the Second World War they have played at

Bentleys and Calves Pasture thanks to the

extraordinary generosity of the Pyle family.

But now the land they play on is up for sale and if they

Current squad can raise the money they will have the chance of
owning their own pitch for the first time and can

YOUR VILLAGE FOOTBALL improve their facilities.
CLUB NEEDS YOU! Saturday side manager Spencer Bull whose side have
won the cup and are top of the league this season said:

The village’s football club is launching a fund-raising "We will be making sure every player is involved in

appeal to try and buy their own pitch for the very first this campaign. It will be a real club effort."

time in its 120 year history. Parish Council chairman Mark Lemon said they were

They have set up a special committee to try and raise fully supportive of the club’s attempts to own a pitch

the cash and are organising a series of events over the and attended a recent committee meeting to discuss the

next 12 months to help reach their mammoth target issue.

which could be anywhere from £20,000 to £50,000. He said: “We will do everything we can to help the

And they have issued an impassioned appeal to club secure a pitch for the long-term future of the

villagers, players, former players and friends to make village.

donations to try and help them reach their goal. “If they can own their own pitch it will mean future

Club chairman Richard Lines said: "This is a once in a generations will always have the opportunity to play

life-time opportunity for the club and the village and football in the village for their village side.

we are going to do our very best to try and achieve it. “The football club has been an important part of the

"If we can do this we will secure a football club in the village for more than 100 years and we hope this will

village for the future and ensure that today’s youngsters continue for many decades to come.”

will always have the chance to play for their village. The committee have already set up a club Facebook

”This is possibly the most important time in the club’s page to give information on the appeal. You can also

history.” follow them on twitter at HHFCbuythepitch and they

Everyone who makes a donation of £250 or more will have a special designated email address

be featured on a special “wall of fame” at the club’s [email protected]

changing rooms. The Heath are one of the area's oldest sides and have

”You might want to have the name of a loved one or won the BSDDFL Premier League on eight occasions

that of a former Heath player on the wall so it’s there in the past 90 years. Previous players include some of

for posterity,” said Richard. the biggest names in local football including Bill

”We know it’s a lot of money but this really is the most Bruty, Sugar Perry and Wally Day.

important time in the club’s history.” They currently run three sides. A Saturday team in the

And anyone donating £20 or more will be named in a Bishop's Stortford, Stansted and District League, a

special time capsule buried under the pitch to mark Sunday team in the Terry Reed North West Essex

their gesture for future generations. League and a veterans side which plays friendlies.

Richard will be on a special club sub-committee which TO MAKE A DONATION

will be chaired by his brother Andy, manager of

Hatfield Heath's Veterans side. The club's Santander bank account details are:
Andy said: "We don't know how we will need to buy
the pitch so we are aiming high - trying to raise up to Sort code 090127. A/C 39180124
£50,000. We will also be seeking appropriate grants
please include your name on the transaction.

and donations from the relevant sporting bodies but it Or send cheques made payable to
will be down to us to raise whatever is needed.

”We urge anyone who can help to please back us in Hatfield Heath FC
whatever way they can.” to club c/o 8 Cox Ley,
Long-standing club members John Deamer, Dave Pyle.

Mick Briscoe and Spencer Bull will also be on the Hatfield Heath,
committee along with several others including Sunday

side manager Alex Kettridge. Bishop’s Stortford,
The club, formed back in the 1890s, have played at a Herts CM22 7ER.


Current vets squad Pyle family we played at Bentleys moving to current
pitch in 1986.
HATFIELD HEATH FC The current pitch is exactly the same size as Wembley
and hosted its first match in August 1986.
The club was formed back in the 1890s and is one of The Bishop’s Stortford League has three cups named
the most successful village sides in the area. after Heath legends – all former secretaries. The Bill
We have won the Premier Division title on eight Bruty Cup - the league's top cup competition, The
occasions - the first in 1937/38 and the last in 2000/1 Wally Day Cup - the start of season 'Community
under manager Stewart Jackson. We have won the Shield’ and the Sugar Perry trophy for sportsmanship.
Premier Cup on six occasions and did the “double” In 1994 we had the unique achievement of winning
twice in 1951/52 and 1955/56. Bill Bruty Cup for the only time beating Alemite 1-0
Record home attendance: 750 v German/Italian (who won Essex Junior Cup that season) and North
Prisoner of War XI Boxing Day 1946. Weald 4-3 (who won Essex Junior Trophy that
Record away attendance: 550 v Chelmsford Prison season) on the way to winning the final 6-1 against
June 1962. Anmol.,
Record victory: 35-1 v Barnston Reserves 20
December 1986. We have had several Sunday sides over the past 50
Record defeat: 0-11 v German/Italian Prison of War years. Originally because of strict club rules the sides
XI Boxing Day 1946. had to have a different name. Pegasus, Heath Hall
Record goalscorer in one season: 75 - Howard Pyle Park and Heath Park '83 were among them.
(1948/49) In 1996 we celebrated 75 years of being affiliated to
75 - Andy Lines (1986/87) Essex FA and received hand-written letters from
Most appearances: 600+ Bob Jerrard (1958-1985) Bobby Robson (then manager at Barcelona), Alan
Club legend Sugar Perry was awarded a plaque for Hansen and Martin Peters among others.
representing League representative side 10 times. The 1966 World Cup ball. In April 1996 the Daily
Mirror paid £80,000 to get ball back to England for
first time in 30 years. The very first time the famous
orange ball was on a football pitch since Wembley '66
was at Calves Pasture. Geoff Hurst and West German
goalkeeper Hans Tilkowski re-created the "over the
line" goal. Hurst said pitch “looked fantastic his driver
said “looks like a bit of an ankle-breaker to me”!

Roy Nicholls, Peter Hermitage, Terry Hamilton, Bob

Jerrard, Melvin Turner, Dennis Elms, Andy Lines and

Richard Lines were each awarded badge for playing

for League side on three occasions or more.

In 1948 club captain Norman Cunningham captained

the Essex County Junior side.

We have had just six secretaries since the Second

World War: Bill Bruty, Wally Day, Sugar Perry, Dick

Garrard, Richard "Rabbit" Lines and Dave Pyle. HHFC final side v Sheering 1952
We have had just three treasurers in the same period: (won 6-2)
Howard Pyle, Richard Jackson and Mick Briscoe.

Club Life President is Tony Jenkins, Club President is There used to be a PoW camp in the village. In the

John Deamer, Chairman Richard Lines. Managers: spirit of reconciliation after the War the club

Saturdays Spencer Bull Sundays Alex Kettridge. challenged the prisoners. We were thrashed 11-0

We have never owned our own pitch. Before the war before a huge crowd. Their side included a former

we played at Lea Hall on the Dunmow Road and the German U-23 player from before the war. Ron

"Backfields" - land next to gravel pits behind the “Pudding” Jones still lives on the Heath is the sole

White Horse. In 1946 thanks to the generosity of the survivor of that side.




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24th April 1929 - 27th February 2013 As I was only ten years old in September 1939, life had
touched me lightly. There were a number of houses still on
We are very sad to report the passing of our dear oil lamps, many just transferring from gas lighting to
neighbour Eileen, following a long illness very bravely electricity. Hardly anyone had a car or a telephone and
born. Eileen was our neighbour for over twenty years although there were a few bicycles and motorbikes, most
and we could not have wished for better neighbours people rode on tram and trolley buses.
then Eileen and her husband Frank, who passed away a
few years ago and was a great loss to Eileen. During After some disturbance in the autumn of 1938, when I was
Frank's illness Eileen was a tower of strength running sent with a friend to her relatives in Castle Camps and had a
him to hospital appointments and caring for his every most enjoyable fortnight in the country, everything I
need in his final months. Eileen, as did Frank, was remember was very normal.
determined to end her days in the house she loved. She
received excellent care from the local Doctors, District There was a heady feel of excitement at the end of August
Nurses and carers which enabled her to stay at home 1939 with lots of chatter among relatives and neighbours.
until she slipped peacefully away. Then, on Friday 1st September, most of my school friends
and neighbours’ children in Leyton, on the edge of the River
Eileen was evacuated to Felsted at the start of the Lea, left Lea Bridge Road station with some teachers and
Second World War, having been taken by train from parents and were among the first of the evacuees leaving on
London to Bishop's Stortford, and kept in touch with a train for a then unknown destination.
the family she was evacuated to all through her life.
Eileen's time in Essex had a profound effect on Eileen By Saturday, someone, I don’t know who, had phoned to a
and she always wanted to retire to Essex. This she parent or probably a teacher and the news passed from house
achieved in 1988 when her and Frank moved to to flat and so on , until everyone knew that the childrens’
Hatfield Heath and from then on she seldom left the destination had been Felsted in Essex.
village for more than a day or two. Eileen had met
Frank five years before her retirement and they are On Sunday, 3rd September, I woke to find my parents hur-
well remembered for the vegetable stall they had riedly putting my clothes in a case. I had a quick wash and a
outside their house. They always started their day early bowl of porridge whilst sandwiches were cut and my gas
working in the garden which continued late into the mask was hung around my neck. By about 7.45 am my aunt
evening. and six year old cousin were at the station, with mum, dad
and Uncle Art, my mother’s brother. This time there were
Eileen was a mother to Sue and Nick and a quite a few tears and strange choked voices.
grandmother to six children. Eileen was very proud of
her children and grandchildren and we would be Just after 8.00 am, our train chugged, puffing smoke, slowly
regularly informed of their academic progress. out of the station with as many children as could manage
Prior to her retirement Eileen's career was as teacher of hanging out of the windows, waving and shouting
the mentally handicapped and developed many ‘goodbye’. We thought we were going to Felsted! The
pioneering teaching techniques. She latterly taught at carriage had enough room, on the two facing long seats
Waverley School in Enfield where she became Deputy stretching between the doors on each side, for at least six
Head. persons.

Eileen was cremated at Parndon Wood Crematorium Because the groups stayed in families, there were many
following a lovely commemoration of her life more young ones on their mum’s and older sister’s laps. My
conducted by the Reverend Stewart Gibbs to whom cousin Reg was on aunt Vi’s lap, whilst I clutched as much
we, and the family, are indebted. of our loose luggage as I could on mine.

Eileen was a very intelligent lady, extremely generous The train was overloaded and extremely slow, stopping and
and a big personality and we will greatly miss her. starting again and again until, somewhere around 10.00 am,
we pulled up beyond the platform at Bishop’s Stortford at
Albert and June. the end of the track, resting against large knobs/buffers. It
was cold, yet sunny and cloudy. Because of the number of
Eileen Mead-Haran was evacuated at the start of the Second people, we were hot, sticky and smelly. Some of the young
World War. Eileen wrote down her experiences of the day we ones had already wet themselves. Mothers and older
found them very interesting and we hope you will also: children wound down the door windows and tried to get off
the train, but there was no platform and the distance to the
ground was as high as the older children, so we just had to
sit there. Some cried, hardly anyone spoke and more
children wet themselves.


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“What’s he doing?” asked Mrs Davies, tearfully, pointing to Calling all
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The train lurched and went backwards to reach the main
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My aunt, cousin and I were put down at an alleyway · Helps to make friends
entrance to a square where about a dozen basement and
three storey high houses were situated down each of the four Tuesday 23rd April 2013
sides, with a well worn dusty patch of grass in the centre. Tuesday 30th April 2013
We were told to go to a house facing us on the opposite side.
There, a cigarette smoking woman with curlers in her hair Tuesday 7th May 2013
opened the front door, and told us to go to the back Tuesday 21st May
bedroom, up a short flight of stairs onto a half landing with
a lavatory at an angle to the back room, with more stairs @ Hatfield Heath Community Primary School
continuing up. 9.00am refreshments for a

Opening the door with difficulty, and only able to enter the 9.15am start – approx 10:30am
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was a very narrow table with its side down and one chair in
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The war had started about nine hours earlier, and it was Baker’s Cottage, Cage End,
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Eileen V Haran 3rd June 2009
1301 Jan March May July Sept Dec 2013


Toilet trailers Luxury and With reference to Jane Woolcott’s article in last
Party Range, single event months magazine on crop/gas guns:
portable and disabled
units available for hire. Yes, they are noisy, antisocial and can cause a
considerable nuisance if not managed properly; but
13042 Jan - Dec 2013 then so are aeroplanes, loud music, and customised
exhausts on cars and motorbikes, but as far as I am
aware none of the latter actually help to produce
food for the country to live on.

Drainage services (24/7) I’m sure I don’t need to remind anyone of the
Unblock drains, weather conditions in recent months; crops have
been struggling to survive, let alone make any
electrical mechanical machining, growth. Pigeons have been relentless in attacking
drain jetting & cleaning, manual rodding, these backward crops and every farmer I know has
employed countless measures to try and keep their
sinks, baths & toilets, fields from being grazed bare. Kites, rockets,
high pressure water jetting, revolving beacons, flags, streamers on canes,
root removal & excavations. traditional scarecrows, shooting where safe to do so,
Painting & Decorating, Gutter Clearance, vehicle and foot patrols all have a part to play, but at
the end of the day gas guns are the most reliable and
Pressure washing effective method of keeping birds off large areas of
vulnerable crops.
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1208412 months june 2012 to may 2013 Earlier in the year one lady who approached me was

worried about our oilseed rape being decimated on

the field behind her house. I told her I was reluctant

Chimney Sweep to put a gas gun out there to keep the pigeons off
because of the proximity to her house and other
houses nearby. Her kind reply was to the effect that
she had lived in the village most of her life and

understood that we didn’t put gas guns out just to

annoy people and she thought most of her

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12091 Jun 2013

I hope this letter will go someway towards

explaining the reasons for farmers using gas guns,

SECURE YOUR PROPERTY and ask for resident’s tolerance of a necessary evil
which I would be the first to say has had to be
ALARM SYSTEMS - CCTV - INTERCOMS employed for many more weeks than usual over the
long winter we have just had.


Lt Hallingbury Kind regards
Michael Hockley, Friars Farm, Hatfield Heath
01279 600 025

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13037 Jan - Dec 2013


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CARPENTER Minutes of the Annual General
Meeting in the URC Church
Specialist in bespoke fitted furniture Downstairs Room on 19 March 2013

07779 715 888 01371 811 688 1. Vice-Chairman’s Welcome
Vice Chairman Richard Barnett opened the
www. meeting by welcoming the President and the
members. He explained that there was still no
13018 January December 2013 candidate for Chairman following the sad death of
Robin Gurnett last year.
GM 2. Apologies for absence
Apologies were received from Edna Halls.
Decorating Solutions Ltd.
3. Vice-Chairman’s Review of the past year
We offer a wide range of painting and decorating The Vice-Chairman mentioned all the talks and
solutions for your home or business. outings of 2012. Unfortunately the talk on Hatfield
Forest at HBO in October was very poorly
Our qualified decorators offer a full consultation to attended, and the trip to Galleywood was
ensure you receive a service tailored to your needs. cancelled, owing to lack of interest.

Services include: 4. Treasurer’s Report
Interior and exterior redecoration Treasurer Ivan Whybrew distributed a copy of the
Airless/HVLP spraying accounts, and spoke to the figures. He explained
Tape and jointing that there was a small deficit this year, owing to
Plastering additional and unplanned expenditure on the trip to
All staff undertake CSCS health and safety approval Cromer Mill, the cost of the charitable donation for
Please contact us for a full range of services permission to view the PoW camp, and the cost of
the gazebo. However, there was a stock of
or a free consultation. publications (The Wells And Pumps Of Hatfield
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were accepted nem con.
E-mail: [email protected] 5. Programme for 2012
The Vice-Chairman outlined the talks for the year.
13033 dec2013 Following the AGM Philip Hays would talk on John
Archer Houblon. Next month Ivan Cooper would
HERTS HEATING share his research into the PoW camp and launch
his pamphlet on the Camp’s history. In October (at
Town Grove, Dunmow Road, Hatfield Heath, HBO) Meryl Catty et al would relate The
Bishops Stortford, Herts CM22 7BN Enumerator’s Tale, and in November Tony Carter
of the Saffron Walden Detectorist’s Club would talk
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Free Quotations for gas heating installations All committee members were prepared to stand
Plumbing and Pipework again in their current positions apart from Edna
Replacement Bathrooms, including Tiling & Halls, who resigned as HBO representative. Carol
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13032 Dec2013 22

Later: Michael Saban agreed to become chairman PHIL SNELL
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General Building & Maintenance
7. Any Other Business
a) Ivan Cooper said that there was an Conversions, Bathrooms, Kitchens
addendum page to the Pumps And Wells Plastering, Brickwork, Decorating
publication. Copies would be left at the Post Call for Free Advice & Estimates
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b) Frank Walsh suggested that the school FULLY INSURED
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Robin Gurnett competition in memory of the 13013 January to December 2013
late chairman. It was also suggested that
certificates should be given to the winners, General DIY, Curtain Rails and Shelves Erected, Flat Packs
including those of last year. Ivan Cooper assembled. Patio, Drive and Brickwork Pressure Washed,
agreed to produce these. Fencing and Sheds Preserved and Repaired, Hedge Cutting,

The AGM was followed by a including Shrubs and Tree Pruning,
House Painting, Exterior & Interior, Windows Pipe Work and
Presentation by Philip Hays
Philip gave a talk on Sir John Archer Houblon Weather Boards Stained and Painted. Fencing Erected,
(1803-91), who was the Victorian squire of Great Gardens and Driveways Shingle.
Hallingbury. He lived at Hallingbury Place, which he
inherited in 1831, for 54 years, and was responsible Please do not hesitate to ask. Contact lan and Jan at
for many good works in the village. He paid for the San Michelle, Jacks Lane, Takeley
village school in 1851, and improved the
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was held in respect by everyone. When he died in 13017 January to December 2013
1891 he was the oldest magistrate on the Essex
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your favourite part of the Forest or perhaps If you have any feedback for us at the Forest
bring a picnic and enjoy the surroundings from please let me know and I can send you a link to
your blanket. our online visitor survey or I can send you a
We have a couple of new additions to our Visi- paper copy in the post.
tor Experience which will help you understand As always I look forward to seeing you all at
the Forest more and perhaps help you find your Hatfield, please come and say hello if you visit
way around. The first is the digital media app the lake area.
which is available for you to download to your Hannah
smart phones and devices; we also have some
Google Nexus tablets available for free loan Simple Beauty
from the shop. The second is the new long
awaited guidebook which will be on sale from Mini microdermabrasion facial £30
the shop and the kiosk.
If you want a behind the scenes view we are still
recruiting for volunteers in most departments, £20
retail, education, events and visitor experience.
Bike Hire will be starting soon so if anyone has SHELLAC MANICURE...SHELLAC PEDICURE
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The Parish council were very pleased that the new
Hutley Electrical offers a full range of playground equipment was installed just in time for
Electrical Services and has been the Easter Holidays. It seems a long time ago when
established for over 20 years. Villagers’ views were sought in articles in the
From House re-wires to Industrial/ magazine in April and June 2011. Taking into
Commercial projects we pride ourselves account concerns raised and establishing what
on offering a competent, polite, tidy equipment was wanted and making sure that all
professional service and endeavour to abilities and younger childre were catered for took
work with the minimum of disruption to time. We also had a presentation and request for a
you wherever possible. skate board ramp/park but decided that the site was
not suitable. Provision of activities for teenagers
**We are a full member of the NICEIC remains an ambition for the Parish Council. Seven
and have been for many years.** companies were approached for ideas and quotes
based on our findings. These were discussed and
Call Bob now for a free quotation feedback to the working group and to the Parish
TEL: 01279 722 351 or Council. The process of seeking grants then began.
MOBILE: 07774 941 668

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Private Residential and Day Care for the elderly

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and supported with a high standard of care delivered by
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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
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Falcon House is also able to provide both Day and Respite services.

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We have been very fortunate to be awarded Sing Along with Jo Jingles!
substantial support from Uttlesford District Council
via the Community Project Grant (£1657) and the Fun Music Singing & Movement Classses
Jubilee Fund (£10,000); from Essex County Council For children aged 3 months to 5 years
Big Society Grant (£10,000); and from Viridor
Credits Environmental Company through the Chidren’s Parties & Nursery Sessions also available!
Landfill Communities Fund a grant of £7500.
The order for the new equipment was placed in For details on classes in:
December 2012. There was a longer delivery time Bishop’s Storford, Epping, Harlow
as we had specified Robinia timber for use in Sawbridgeworth, Great Dunmow
several pieces fo equipment. Thanks to all who & Hatfield Heath
helped with ideas and time over this lenthy project Call Lucy on 01279 868 410
which marks the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. [email protected]
Hatfield Heath Conservative Branch
Invite You to 13024 January December 2013

at Oaklands Airport
Monday 6th May 2013 Transfers,
Theatre Nights,
12pm Restaurants.

Tickets £12.50 07973 635 143
Pete Isherwood

Finish off the Bank Holiday Weekend with Heathrow,Gatwick,
City Airport & Luton.

Oakland, Matching Road, 13046 Jan - Dec 2013
Hatfield Heath, CM22 7AD
(200 Yards opposite Hunters Meet) Hatfield Heath l Bishops Stortford l Hertfordshire l CM22 7EA
Telephone: 01279 730382 l Facsimile: 01279 739023
Contact Bob Langman 01279 730 240
Email:[email protected] l
Numbers limited please RSVP by 15th April
Head teacher: J H Clements MA

Hatfield Heath Community Primary School
Present Their

Summer Fair



Saturday 22rd June 2012

Curtains in the grounds of Hatfield Heath school
Made to measure by
Jennie Childs Come and spend a family afternoon with your village school. We would like to
invite the community of Hatfield Heath and their family & friends to join the
All types of Curtains, Blinds & Matching Accessories
village school children at their summer fair.
Telephone:01279 730 608
E-mail: [email protected] This years summer fair will have plenty to offer everyone. We will have a variety of our traditional
stalls such as tombola, 2nd hand toys, children’s tombola, a lucky dip, face painting, a book/DVD stall
32 Broomfields, Hatfield Heath, Herts. CM22 7EH and our cake stall, but in addition to this, this year we will be having some exciting new stalls with
plenty of games for the children. PLUS, this year, we will have our own display arena where we will
13019 January December 2013 have displays by the children from the various after-school clubs for you to sit and watch. Our food
court will again have our BBQ, serving local sizzling sausages and burgers for your lunch, the panini
stall and the popular ice-cream stall. Throughout the afternoon , the food court and our cafe, serving

cream teas, will keep you fed & watered.

Come along and have a great family afternoon.

We look forward to seeing you there.


The next Editor was the Rev. T. W.Reynolds, who became
Vicar in 1898, and I am happy to have a message from him.
" I was very pleased to get a letter from you and hear
something again of Hatfield Heath after about 45 years. I
congratulate you on the fact that you have been able to keep
the Parish Magazine in existence during these troublous'
times and are looking forward to celebrating, its Jubilee in
September. It has survived many disturbing epochs in the
history of our country—the Boer War and the Great War, and
is now passing through the hardest time of all. I hope it will
live to see the day of Victory and continue its useful-ness to
the Parish throughout many years of peace and plenty, union
and concord, in a happy future for the Church, the country,

and the world1 at large.

Mar 2014 13058 There must be few people now at Hatfield Heath who can
remember me but I still remember the majority of those who

A HUGE THANK YOU were my parishioners in those now far off days when Lord
and_Lady_Rookwood were living at down Hall and Mr. and
A huge thank you to the man who helped us Mrs. Horace Broke at Gladwyns, and when Mr. Bonham
get a dishwasher upstairs! Carter was owner of the Brewery, Mr. Montrose Stuart
Schoolmaster and Mr. Daniel Day Clerk, and Mr. Harris
We didn’t get his name but we know he Postmaster. I remember very well setting to the task of
lives near Hatfield Haven.

building a new School and School House. £1,500 was raised

and the School was eventually built on a site given by Sir

You really did us a huge favour. Archer Houblon.(1940) I remember too the erection of a
Thanks again. stone pulpit (in place of a very ugly erection in stained deal)
in memory of Lord Rookwood, and also Mr. and Mrs.
Jeannine and Joe. Brake's gift of a *reredos as a thank offering for the safe

return of their son Major Broke after the Boer War. I still

WINDOWS ON THE PAST use and value greatly an armchair and a leather blotting case
which the kind people of Hatfield Heath presented to me

When the Parish Magazine celebrated its 50th Year when I left together with an Illuminated Address—' Grati-
anniversary in 1943, the Vicar, and Magazine tude is the memory of the heart.' For the encouragement of
Editor, the Rev A F Gardiner contacted earlier Sunday School Teachers I have often quoted the words of a
incumbents going back to the first edition in 1893 to very old Hatfield Heath man —George Day, the father of
ask them to write about their reminiscences during Daniel Day,
their time at Hatfield Heath. All replied!.and gave a He was blind and stone deaf. He would feel my hat when I
went to see him and then could tell who it was. He told me

fascinating account of life in the Village during their that what gave him most pleasure in his old age was remem-

period of occupation. In particular the accounts bering what he had been taught in the Sunday School when

given by the Vicars during the two World Wars gave he was a boy, adding" But yer know, Sir, I was such a little
an insight as to life here which could not be obtained limb in those days I didn't take- much count of it than !' I had
by any history book. an extremely nice letter from Mrs. Heath cote, now in
Switzerland, about a year ago. She was Miss Margaret Broke
Here is the second report which covers the period when I was Vicar of Hatfield Heath,

1897-1905 during the Rev T W Renold's time. May God's blessing rest on your parish and your work, and

wishing the Magazine all success from its Jubilee onward

Rev T W Reynolds 1897-1905 to its Centenary, Yours very truly, T. Wilfrid Reynolds."

Lord & Lady Rookwood-Down Hall Mr & Mrs *(A reredos or raredos is an altarpiece, or a screen
Horice Broke - Gladwins Churchwarden Capt. or decoration behind the altar in a church,)
Calverley - Churchwarden Mr Bonham Carter

-The Brewery Royal British Legion
Mr Montrose Stuart - Schoolmaster Mr Harris - Postmaster

Mr Daniel Day - Sexton Newmarket Race Day
Sir Archer Hoiiblon - gave the site for the new school.
Wooden Pulpit replaced by one in stone in memory of 10th August 2013

Lord Rookwood

East-Stained Glass Window donated by Mrs Horace Broke Tickets for Membership Enclosure & Coach

Annex to Trinity Hall installed through the generosity of :Price £30 Coach leaves at 10-30 hrs

Mrs Contact Sandra 01279 730 042


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Categories for this years Show Holy Trinity Church
Ÿ Dog with the most appealing expression Easter Egg Hunt 2013
Ÿ Dog with the waggiest tail
Ÿ Dog judge would like to take home It was freezing cold and snow was falling as Eileen and I
Ÿ Cutest Puppy put out the laminated eggs for the children to find. We
Ÿ Handsomest Dog feared
that snow would cover the eggs and they would be
Ÿ Prettiest Bitch impossible to discover. However, Easter Day dawned
sunny and
Michael Ronan had the unenviable job of judging the
Easter Bonnet competition.

You can see from the entries above what a difficult
undertaking this was. However, there was a clear
winner for the boy’s prize, and this was acknowledged
by many comments from the mums and dads
watching on.
The girl’s prize was very much closer and indeed the
winner could have been any one of a dozen or more
equally lovely bonnets.


More hats are needed for the "Hat Fest" stall in aid

of funds for the Hatfield Heath Festival.

Ladies, gents, childrens old or new -

If you any kind of hat. call. FeHa
have any to donate please t st

Sue & Bob on 01279 730 741 Well done, Michael for choosing the two winners; as
you can see from the photos, they did very well.
(Our aim is to have everyone turn up at the "Hat Georgia, our Parish Administrator, gave a lively, in-
Fest" with a Fun Hat and make it a real Hat Fest) formative and entertaining talk on the religious sig-
nificance of Easter Eggs, ably assisted by many
Fun Dog young volunteers.

Agility Test

No experience needed just turn up (with a

dog of course) and have a go. It's a lot of

fun for you your dog and the audience


Then, the hunt was on. The children had to find a set Daniel Robinson
number and colour of laminated eggs for their respective & Sons
age groups. Some eggs were hidden in the church (but
not for long!), and most were secreted in the churchyard. Independent Family
When thecorrect number had been collected, the Funeral Directors & Monumental Masons
children exchanged their laminated eggs for a real
chocolate one. This year we had the most entries that
we have ever had; nearly 50 children were involved in
the hunt.

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