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July 2005

Hatfield Heath Village Magazine July 2005

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Village Magazine

July 2005 THE MAGAZINE THAT KEEPS YOU IN TOUCH Est. 1893

St. Jame’s Tide Village Celebration
Sunday 24th July 1pm - 6pm

Bar-B-Q food Is included in the price of the Ticket. - Entry will be by ticket only

Apply to Rev Tim Potter 01279 730 288 THE RURAL HOUSING TRUST
OPEN DAY AT ARDLEY CRESCENT FLATS
“The Vicarage” Broomfields, Hatfield Heath
Monday 1st August 2005 from 10 am to 4 pm
Give Name and Address, how many tickets and
The Rural Housing is holding an open day at the new scheme of
cash or cheque which should made payable to flats at Ardley Crescent on Monday 1st August 2005 from 10 am
to 4 pm. This is open to anyone from the village who is
“Hatfield Heath Village Celebration” interested in seeing the flats before they are occupied by the
eight local households who are buying them on a shared
Tickets will then be issued ownership basis.

Adults £5 Children £2.50

Entry will be by ticket only

Helpers needed for preparation and
clearing up afterwards

The more volunteers the less each will have to do

SOME OF THE ARTICLES IN THIS MAGAZINE
Page 3 Heath Players considering productions

for 2006
Page 5 Do you have water pressure problems
Page 6 How does your garden grow
Page 10 Aspire - to new career
Page 12 Children's book review - by a child

See on inside page 10 who young tearaway is at
Flower Festival

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LIST OF CLUBS, GROUPS & CLASSES
WITH TELEPHONE NUMBERS

JULY VILLAGE HALL 730 544 CONVERSATIONAL

INSTITUTE 730 544 FRENCH 730 741

3 TRINITY 6 PRE-SCHOOL 730 354 ITALIAN LANGUAGE &

08.00 Holy Communion HT (2 ½ -5) SPANISH LANGUAGE

09.30 Family Service HT RISING FIVES 414 238 CLUBS 07786 341754

10.30 Family Service URC (4 –5 years) SPANISH LANGUAGE

18.30 Evensong HT HH UNDER FIVES 739 302 01279 731 288

4 11.30 Luncheon Club URC (Mother & Toddler) AEROBICS 723 125

10 TRINITY 7 FRIDAY CLUB (7-12 years) FOOTBALL CLUB

09.30 Holy Communion HT 730 440 & 730 465 734 056

10.30 Family Service with Baptism URC JO JINGLES CRICKET CLUB 730 674

12 Heath Ladies Garden Meeting (6 mths - 7years) 868 410 www.freewebs.com/hatfieldheat

13 10.30 MU Holy Communion HT SCHOOL FOOTBALL hcc

14.15 Pram Service HT CLUB 730 975

17 TRINITY 8

08.00 Holy Communion SCOUTS 812 586 HEATH PLAYERS

09.30 Matins HT CUBS and play reading for pleasure

10.30 Family Service URC Chris Hancock 731 646 730 825 or

19 Welcome Club Garden Meeting BROWNIES 734 391 730 517

20 11.30 Luncheon Club URC Gardening Club SUNDAY CLUB HISTORY SOCIETY
Gardening Club outing to Hyde Hall
9.30am Holy Trinity 730 288 730 530
24 TRINITY 9 (ST JAMES’ TIDE)
H.T. YOUTH GROUP ROYAL BRITISH LEGION
09.30 Holy Communion HT
731 318 657 470
10.30 Family Service URC
KARATE 445 539 Womens section 718 102
VILLAGE CELEBRATION AT THE SCHOOL FIELD
JUNIOR KARATE URC JUNIOR CHURCH
1pm - 6pm
01992 575 679 Sunday 10.30am 730 690
3109.30 Joint Service of Holy Communion HT
SOSEN GORE BELL RINGERS 730 526
10.30 Family Service URC
JU JITSU 07947 599 801 CHOIR Canon Tim Potter

August TRINITY 11 WU CHI 07947 599 801 730 288
08.00 Holy Communion HT
09.30 Family Service HT SENIOR BOWLS 724 833 WOMANS LEISURE HOUR
10.30 Family Service with Communion URC
NO EVENSONG AT HOLY TRINITY OPEN BOWLS 730 539 730 465

BRIDGE CLUB 723 948 HEATH LADIES 730 421

GARDENING CLUB CONSERVATIVE ASSOC.

730 425 Chairman P Fuller-Lewis

H-Village Hall / CR-Committee Room H / HT-Holy Trinity WELCOME CLUB 730 587
Church / URC-United Reform Church / I-Institute / S-School
730 421 CATHOLIC CHURCH

OPEN COFFEE MORNINGHatfield Broad Oak

AT INSTITUTE 730 288 01371 872 550

Ample Open 7 days BRIDGE CLUB 723 948 TALKING NEWSPAPERS
Parking a Week
ART CLASSES 730 281 01279 651 270 OR

AEROBICS 07956 827 798 01279 653 925

FIT & FIFTY 724 373 SECRETARY U.R.C.

LUNCHEON CLUB Mark Lemon 730 581

• Display Showroom For all Senior Citizens
• Country Pine
• Painted Furniture 730 581
• Bespoke Kitchens
• Hand Waxed Furniture DATES OF NEXT PARISH COUNCIL
• Oak Furniture MEETING 10TH AUGUST

Heathview, Pond Lane, Hatfield Heath, Herts CM22 7AB PARISH COUNCIL

HIRE UR CHURCH HALL FOR CHAIRMAN Peter Fuller-Lewis - 01279 730 587
BIRTHDAY PARTIES PARISH CLERK Ernie Fenwick - 01279 739 016

You can hire the hall for children's parties DISTRICT COUNCILLOR
£8.50 / hour Mark Lemon 730 581

Tel :01279 730 581 2

HELP LINES HEATH PLAYERS
A meeting is to be held on
POLICE 01279 730 388 Tuesday July 19 in The
Institute at 8pm to discuss
POLICE LOCAL NUMBER WITH ANSWER possible productions in
2006. Wine and nibbles will
MACHINE CHECKED DAILY 01279 730 280
be available and a short AGM will also take place.
Calls are automatically redirected when necessary Anyone interested in taking part in theatre in the
village is very welcome.
DOCTORS Broomfields 01279 730 616 For more information telephone 730 544 or just
come along.
DOCTOR Sawbridgeworth 01279 723 172

THE SAMARITANS 01279 421 110

HATFIELD HEATH C.P. SCHOOL 01279 730 382

H/HEATH HALF HOUR HELPERS 07944 748 478

VICAR of HOLY TRINITY Tim Potter 01279 730 288

MINISTER of URC Rev Nigel Rogers 01245 231 580

MAGAZINE DETAILS Has full time vacancies
DEADLINE 16TH OF THE MONTH 20 years Experience
Hatfield Broad Oak
Email :- [email protected] Call Diane East

Send your letters /articles/ reports /Photographs, by hand,
floppy disc, CD, or email. If delivering by hand you can
either drop it off at PBM printers in the magazine tray or
direct to me :- Bruno(Editor) “Manor Lodge”,
Chelmsford Rd, Hatfield Heath CM22 7BD.

Editor: - Bruno Scheggia 01279 730 498
Bruno’s Mobile Phone number 07932 640 275
Treasurer: - Mel Sullivan 01279 731 434
Distribution:-Barbara Scheggia 01279 730 498

DISCLAIMER: The Editor and Printers do not take
responsibility for the information given or views expressed in
the Hatfield Heath Village Magazine. Nor is any culpability
accepted in work done by advertisers.

STOP STANSTED EXPANSION CHIEF RECOGNISED
IN THE QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY HONOURS

Norman Mead, Gt Hallingbury Parish Councillor and leading
figure in the Stop Stansted Expansion campaign and Hatfield
Heath Royal British Legion has been awarded the MBE in the
Queen's Birthday Honours List for services to the community in
Hertfordshire and Essex.

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aralia WELCOME CLUB
At our Welcome Club this week
Garden design there was twenty four members. Our
chairman welcomed us, then our
Local company Specialising in secretary read out the minutes, she
domestic gardens with innovative & told us that we have two new
flexible approach. Comprehensive members who we welcome. We
service offered including: were sorry to hear that Lou is unwell,
we wish him well soon. We are
• Surveying & drafting of site plan looking forward to anniversary
• Design concepts & visualisation
• Sourcing of all landscape materials lunch on May 31st, Jean took names for this and there were
• Hard landscaping implementation posies for May who had her Eightieth birthday.
• Full planting plans & implementation We had a session of bingo, a raffle, a bring and buy stall
and a Raffle.
Treat yourself Ivy and May were the tea hostesses.
To a new garden
Keep Smiling
Tel: 01279 730 040 Ivy Scott (member)
Mobile: 07970 906 233
WELCOME CLUB 50th LUNCH
Studio, aralia garden design, Our fiftieth anniversary of the Welcome Club was a splendid
Clipped hedge cottage afternoon. Robin opened the ceremony of welcome to our
Dunmow road, hatfield heath, guests, Mrs Wells who was the founder of the Welcome Club
Herts CM22 7EE and Helen Rose who has been a friend of the club. They each
gave a speech on their memories of those years ago and said
how pleased they were to be invited and to meet up with old
members. Our lunch was superb which Jenny and her helpers
set. We all enjoyed it.
After lunch we had further guests “The Silver Liners” – Sing
Along. We had sheets of songs that they sang and we all
joined in songs of yesteryear. Our own beloved tunes we
know. We gave a hearty cheer for the “Silvers” they were
really good.
We had a really lovely fifty-birthday cake made by Jean. The
flowers were beautiful and we would like to thank our
Secretary Jean for organising the celebrations and to our
chairman Mr Tony Jenkins for giving our thanks to all.
With a cup of tea and a partake of the cake we had indeed a
really splendid time.
One in which our members all enjoyed and so say all of us.
Roll on the next years of our Welcome Club.

Keep Smiling
Ivy Scott (member)

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various places he had visited were excellent, especially the to do your own
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Our next two meetings in July and August will be for
members in our Chairpersons and Treasurers gardens. We
will resume our meetings at the village hall in September,
when we will be pleased to welcome everyone back from
holidays and of course visitors will always be welcome.

Diana White OVER 50 DISPLAYS 100S OF COMBINATIONS

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you suggest a way to gather this information to be passed
onto the water board if this is an issue in the village.

Regards
Val Davenport, 28 Ardley Cres

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Now the Chelsea Flower Show has come and gone it is

perhaps time for gardeners to relax a little and begin to take

stock as to how their season is progressing. We have had the

usual vagaries of the weather to contend with. Just as the

magnolias were at their best the frosts came and cut them

back. Then as the cherry blossom was fully out the winds

came and blew that away. What little rain we have had has

come in short sharp showers and we have been treated to the

For all your domestic needs hottest May day in this part of the country for over fifty
years. Despite all this the flowering shrubs – ceanothus,

Established for 6 years - References available. weigela – have put on good shows and it promises to be a
Please telephone Maxine on very good year for roses.
The Hatfield Heath Gardening Club are just embarking on

their summer programme of visits to other people’s gardens

to see how they have got on and to gather ideas for next year.

In early June we shall be paying an evening visit to Hobbans

Farm in Bobbingworth near Ongar. This is a mature,

romantic informal garden of two acres surrounding a

fifteenth century farmhouse. There are many small “rooms”

such as the herb garden with its gazebo, a courtyard and “pot

yard”, a vegetable garden and orchard as well as separate

flower gardens featuring clematis and old roses. The whole

is presided over by a magnificent walnut tree. The owners

are newly planting a malus walk and ditch garden which

enable the visitor to gain fine views over the surrounding

pastures and countryside. The garden is open as part of the

National Gardens Scheme “Yellow Book” and is well worth

a visit.

In July the Club takes a day’s break to visit, firstly,

Feeringbury Manor near Coggeshall. This is a well

established seven acre garden mixing the formal and

informal. There are very detailed planting schemes utilising

many annuals and perennials grown from seed by the

gardener. A new mixed pink, white and mauve bed is said to

immediately draw the eye and several sculptures are set

around to draw you from one vista to the next.

Then it will be on to

the RHS Gardens at

Hyde Hall. At their

May meeting the

Club was treated to

a talk with slides on

the “Past, Present

and Future of Hyde

Hall” by one of the

Alzheimer’s Society Head Gardeners.
This young lady’s love and enthusiasm for the gardens really
Dementia care and research shone through. It was in 1955 that a Mr. & Mrs. Robinson

Uttlesford Branch bought a farm on a bleak windswept hill near Rettendon and

Our Outreach Workers are happy to offer help, advice went about creating a garden. Their first interest was
and support to people with dementia and their carers rhododendrons and after much conditioning of the soil they
managed to establish a woodland garden filled with
Home visits possible. rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias. They also had an

Please contact us on - 01372 872 519 interest in roses and designed a series of rose beds
descending the hill.t was not until 1992 that Hyde Hall was
or made over to the Royal Horticultural Society and that their
e-mail:- [email protected]

Registered Charity No 296645. Company Reg No 2115499 resources and expertise were brought to bear in updating and

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improving the garden. The Robinson’s rose garden was HOWE GREEN HOUSE SCHOOL
beginning to show signs of disease and as, for some reason AND ACORNS NURSERY
still not fully understood, roses cannot be replanted in ground
once used for their cultivation the RHS replaced all the An Independent Day School and
drainage and replaced all the topsoil. This replanting was not Nursery for boys and girls
a success and it was determined that the subsoil was too from 2 – 11 years
heavily compacted. Up came all the roses again for the
subsoil to be broken up to a depth of at least two feet. All is Headmaster: Mr. Graham R. Gorton
now well and the beds are known for their glorious displays B.A. (Hons) P.G.C.E.
of old English roses which are underplanted with foxtail
lilies. Do you wish for - A school that offers children the
opportunity to enjoy that sense of childhood so often
missing in today’s target driven world of education?

The RHS continues to We offer- �

develop the gardens, academic achievement balanced with emotional

work has recently been development - small class sizes�

completed on renewing friendly, family atmosphere - �broad based curriculum

the woodland garden Creative emphasis:- music, drama, ballet, art

and planting new skills for life ��love of learning
varieties of

rhododendrons and Set in 7 acres of beautiful countryside only five minutes

azaleas and, notably, drive from Bishop’s Stortford, ten minutes from Great

the new “Dry Garden” reflects today’s interest in gardens Dunmow and twenty minutes from Saffron Walden.

requiring fewer calls on scarce water resources. For further information please telephone the
To round off the programme the Club will enjoy a social on
13th July in the garden of two very brave volunteer members Headmaster’s Secretary, Mrs. Lesley Hubbard on 01279
who have kindly invited fellow members to view and admire
their efforts. If you are interested or you would like to know SIMPL6E577B06.EAUT Y SIMPL
more about the Hatfield Heath Gardening Club contact the
Chairman, Ian Murray, on 01279 724836. SIMPLE BEAUTYNr HBCiaPsthMofUioHnEe2pdnl-e2dm'isrLt7HtSaas7AtineolB:[email protected]le2d'kisrLt7HtSa7sAtneoBeartthford

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HELYAR HEATH SPORT
PROPERTY SERVICES
Sport in Hatfield Heath
The Complete Home Repair and Maintenance Service
From the garden to the roof, no job too big or small!! SCHOOL SUMMER OF SPORT
As the sun does us the courtesy of sporadically showing it’s face,
FREE ESTIMATES & ADVICE the local school is gearing up for it’s rigorous programme of
LOCAL FRIENDLY, RELIABLE summer sport.

The ‘Handy Man to know’ As the young sportsmen and women of Hatfield Heath CP School
dive into the swimming pool and brush the dust off the rounders
bats, the school is preparing it’s team for entry into this year’s
District Sports competition.

Phone: 01279 718 329 or The annual event, featuring schools from across Hertfordshire and
07881 601 365 Essex, is staged in two separate categories; ‘track events’ (i.e.
sprints, relay, et cetera) and ‘field events’ (i.e. high-jump, long-
Drop in for Tea, Coffee and light refreshments
jump, et cetera). Both take place on Tuesday 5th July. We wish all
competitors from Hatfield Heath the very best of luck.

Next to Holy Trinity Church Hatfield Heath School’s annual ‘Sports Day’ events are also
upcoming. ‘Infant Sports Day’, featuring young competitors from
Monday to Friday mornings the Reception class, as well as years 1 and 2, will go ahead on
Tuesday 12 July, weather permitting.
10.00 am – 12 noon
Similarly, the ‘Junior Sports Day’ will take place the following
A chance to meet others and chat All welcome Tuesday (19 July), again by the permission of the weather, and
will feature races and other activities, partaken in by years 3 to 6.

YEAR 6 TO BOW OUT
With the year six pupils at our local primary school preparing to
make the jump into the wide world of secondary school, the
annual leavers’ football match is imminent as we go to press.

The Inheritance Tax Trap The clash, featuring “The Year 6 Team” against a special guest
side selected by team coach Mr. Shaw, was due to take place on
Don’t get caught out Monday 20th June on the school field.
Many people pay large amounts of Inheritance Tax
unnecessarily. If only they had received expert Lining up in next season’s first team “Sporting Lisbon” strip,
advice, their tax bills could have been reduced or featuring green-and-white hooped shirts, blue shorts and green
completely avoided. socks, thanks to the approval of a group of local fashion gurus, the
The death tax rate on a person’s estate above the guest team’s squad (as scheduled from Thursday 16 June) included:
Nil Rate Band is at present 40%. There are many
exemptions and relief's available, some of which GOALKEEPER Matthew Cleaves, RIGHT DEFENCE George
may apply to you. Wadhams, CENTRAL DEFENCE Reece Colella, LEFT
With careful planning it is possible to reduce your DEFENCE Eren Akademir, RIGHT MIDFIELD Luke Milbourne
tax liability significantly and ensure that your (Capt.), CENTRAL MIDFIELD Jed Scanlon, LEFT MIDFIELD
beneficiaries inherit the result of your lifetimes Luke Marioni, FORWARD Alex Cleaves, SUBSTITUTE
work and not the Inland Revenue. Brennan Backs.

Take independent financial advice and secure your future. And lining up for The Year 6 Team, wearing the ever-so-slightly
less eye-crippling orange kit:
Barrie R Ekins Cert (PFS)
GOALKEEPER Jimmy Johnson, RIGHT DEFENCE Aran
Independent Financial Adviser Virdee, CENTRAL DEFENCE Tom Bennett (Capt.), LEFT
DEFENCE Jake Stace, RIGHT MIDFIELD Georgie Hudson,
Tel: 01279 739 356 CENTRAL MIDFIELD Ben Camburn, LEFT MIDFIELD Joseph
Mobile: 07960 418 573 Slade, FORWARD Michael Eaton, SUBSTITUTES George
Beeching, Charlie Pitts.

Positive Solutions is not responsible for advice on taxation matters. The Financial A full match report to follow next month.

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FROM THE MINISTER Tel / Fax : 01279 739 357
Just a brief reading of last month’s Village
Magazine shows that, apart from the disturbance Please call or fax us on the number above
likely to be caused by an expanded Stansted for further details on your requirements of
Airport, Hatfield Heath is still a very attractive
place to live with all its facilities and activities. In NEWSPAPERS,
our comparative comfort it is almost impossible to JOURNALS AND MAGAZINE
conceive what life must be like for those living, for
example, in sub-Saharan Africa where 30,000 2 Manse Cottages, Chelmsford Road,
children die every day as a result of extreme Hatfield Heath Bishop's Stortford CM22 7AE
poverty. Few of us living in green and pleasant
Essex will go to bed hungry or have to walk miles WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU
to collect water.
The Make Poverty History campaign is bringing
all these concerns to the attention of everyone no
matter how important or lowly. There are white
wrist bands visible in the most unlikely places!
The leaders of the G8 nations may be meeting in
luxury in Gleneagles, but they will not be able to
ignore the groundswell of public opinion which
demands that Global Poverty should be a thing of
the past and that fair trading between nations
should ensure that no one is making huge profits
out of other people’s misery.
There is a verse of a hymn by Fred Pratt Green
which says:

“In the just reward of labour,
God’s will is done,

in the help we give our neighbour
God’s will is done;

in our world-wide task of sharing
for the hungry and despairing
in the harvests we are sharing
God’s will is done.”

So be it – Amen.

Nigel Rogers.

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assembled. Patio, Drive and Brickwork Pressure Washed, Fencing Aspire! because she wanted to return to
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including Shrubs and Tree Pruning, for GCSE English programme and plans
to take an Airport Skills programme once
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Weather Boards Stained and Painted. Fencing Erected, Gardens Kay commented: ‘All the lecturers I have
met have been very friendly, approachable
and Driveways Shingled and Pebbled. Guttering Unblocked,
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San Michelle, Jacks Lane, Takeley It’s really helped to give me confidence too!
The programme is designed to help you focus on what
01279 870 946 YOU want to do. Receive information, advice and
guidance throughout the programme and build your
A COMPLETE SERVICE FOR YOUR HOME personal skills in assertiveness, confidence building,
interpersonal skills and customer service. You’ll also
have the opportunity to gain recognised qualifications
and will be supported throughout to give you the best
start possible.
The programme lasts for 10 weeks and runs during the
hours your children are at school. For further information
or to enrol, contact the Learning Link Information Team
on (01279) 868100.

Hats & Accessories... *This programme is FREE subject to meeting a criteria. Help
For Sale & Hire will also be offered towards the cost of childcare and travel if
you live more than 3 miles from the college. Please ask for
Elegant, Fun, Fashionable headwear for details.

Weddings, Christenings, Days at the Races, HOLY TRINITY FLOWER FESTIVAL
Evening Cocktails & Parties
Michael Ronan enjoying himself on a
Over 100 styles to choose from scooter at the festival. He claimed that he
Hire prices between £15 and £40 could travel the length of the path up to
the Church with only one push.
The Hat Pin will assist you in selecting an appropriate The theme of the Flower Arranging was
Hat or Headpiece for any occasion. “Women of Achievement” there were 23
beautiful arrangements. The women of
achievement ranged from Grace Darling,
Vera Lynn, Betty Boothroyd, Amy
Johnson, Florence Nightingale to Miriam
sister of Moses.

Call now to make an appointment,

Nicola Heidi

Bishop's Stortford Cambridge

01279 310728 01223 830612

E mail: [email protected]
www. thehatpin. co.uk

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Professional Gardener available
(RHS training)

• Regular gardening work undertaken
• Planting • Weeding
• Lawn cutting and maintenance
• Hedge trimming • Seasonal pruning
• No job too small, will be happy to look

after your borders and shrubs
Telephone : Sue - 01279 718246

Above Michael Ronan lets young lad ring one of HIGH HOUSE
the church bells. Montessori Day Nursery
Below The Bell Captain, hearing bell, comes in to
investigate who is ringing it. The sight of him (opposite Stansted Airport Terminal )
framed in the door with a glowing aura around
him was quite impressive if not downright Accepts Children from 3 months to 5 vears
frightening. Mike Clargo is enjoying flowers
around church from a comfortable central pew. We are a long established nursery
Set in the midst of farm land.

We are registered with Ofsted &
Have a good Report.

Small class ratios with qualified staff
Approved for Government funding for children 3+

Flexible hours and days
according to needs of child and parent.

Full day care available 8am to 6pm

Open all year.
For further information please ring

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REVIEW OF BOOKS FOR 8 TO 11 YEAR OLDS The tulip touch is a very mysterious book and
By Francesca Fox (Pupil of Hatfield Heath C.P.School) is all about a evil girl. It is one of those books
that makes you really want to read on!
The book the curious incident of the dog in the night time is an Suitable for 8+ **** stars!!!
outstandingly good book, the story is put
together in an unusual way! I like this Did you know that the new Harry potters
book a lot because the story is all about a book is coming out very soon! It is
murdered dog and a clever boy trying to supposed to be an excellent book in the
find the suspect! series and will improve any children’s
Suitable for 11+ ***** stars! vocabulary and will also make an enjoyable book to
sit down and snuggle with! Supposed to be *****stars for
8+

ANOTHER TYPE OF EXPERIENCE

This new experience is called the forest bubble which is a

luxurious fibreglass bubble high up in a tree! It has a kitchen! that

includes a tap and an oven, a living room and bedrooms! To get

up to the bubble there is steps curling around the closest

tree and to go to the toilet is just as simple as walking outside! The

reason I have called it this because the bubble is a cross between

a house, a tent and a bubble in the sky The bubble is just new and

is highly recommended for not only a child but for adults too! So

a reasonably comfortable stay for a great adventure for all of the

family to enjoy!!!

MAYENNE, Pays de la Loire SATS

Jouet is a character French farmhouse offering At Hatfield heath school we have been doing sats lately. Our
superb self catering or Bed & Breakfast holidays school has made it a somewhat delightful week at the same time
from 2-8 people. because they have been also letting us do fun projects at the same
* 5 acres of private grounds with own fishing lake. time such as Design and technology and art and crafts. To finish
* Local villages/markets/restaurants of the week the classes 3,4and 5 watched a movie together called
* Many historical places of interest. the never ending story! So the week wasn’t exactly the best but
* Evening meals and picnics by arrangement. was capable of managing without screaming our heads off!!!
* English TV/Undercover parking.
A TALENT SHOW?!?
Telephone: 0033243 03 63 32
e.mail: [email protected] I think that at our school another talent show should be held this
is because it could turn into a fundraiser for
Visit our web site: www.lakejouet.com either the school
or a chosen charity! The last time we held a
talent show it was a big success it was also a
very exciting event for the juniors. The
school has been promising a talent show for
a long time and I think maybe now would be
a good time.

These articles were written by Francesca Fox

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CULTURE VULTURES IN Yngolde lingered until midnight and then died from
THE NORTH! over-exhaustion at the house of William Josselyn.
The site of this football pitch has always been a
On Friday 13th May, nine intrepid mystery but I recently saw a will of 1697 in which
travellers set off, clutching their Branton Green is named and its location given. As it
passports, for Stansted to fly off seems very probable that this is the same field we
to Newcastle guided by Paulene can claim that the accident happened in Hatfield
Brakspere, for a week-end Heath somewhere in the area of the egg farm.
exploring some of the history and culture of the area. Our Another mystery claimed for the Heath!

busy weekend ranged from the 7th to the 21st century. Liz Wright
Bede’s World is an interactive museum showing the
background and life of the Venerable Bede; monk, Farmer and Local Magistrate
musician, scientist and historian; writer of the 19th Century Broomshawbury
Ecclesiastical History of England, still an important work
of historical reference. Durham cathedral gave us an (Hatfield Broad Oak)
afternoon of the glories of Norman architecture. Leaping 30th July 1846

into the 21st century we visited the impressive brand new Finished carting Rivets - then carted 51 acres of
Sage Music Centre in Gateshead, opened earlier this year, Red Wheat- all in a day.
and the Baltic Flour Mill art gallery. We crossed the
millennium footbridge known now as the “blinking eye”
and walked the sculpture trail along the Tyne. We even
fraternised with the locals when some of Paulene’s art
students in the area joined us for dinner on Saturday
evening. A tired but contented band of travellers staggered
out into the rain on Monday evening at Stansted with
many thanks to Paulene and Paula for organising trip a
trip that we could thoroughly recommend to anyone!

WINDOWS ON THE PAST
On the 4th Mar. 1567, an inquest was held at Hatfield
Broad Oak, on the body of Henry Ingould of White
Roding, the jury found that on 2 Mar. Paviott,
Yngolde and others were playing football in “Branton
Meade” at Hatfield Broad Oak. Paviott and Ingolde
collided while chasing the ball, and Yngolde, worn
out by over exertion fell, Paviott pushed off Yngolde
and ran after the ball, leaving him lying on the ground.

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out in front of building line of the rest of the original
housing.
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“Sefton” Louis would like to let his friends know that
due to ill health he is now living at Elmhurst
1961 - 2005 Residential Home, Windhill, Bishops
Stortford. (Visitors most welcome). Louis has
The Hornegold family would like lived in Hatfield Heath for 40 years and would
to thank you for the kindness and like to thank all those who supported him after
sympathy you have shown in their his beloved wife Winnie died 18 months ago .
recent bereavement.
Your thoughts, tributes and Thanks Gill Sanders.
donations are a very great comfort
and are very much appreciated at – LEARN TO IMPROVE YOUR LIFE –
this sad time
Uttlesford Learning Centres offer a huge variety of
courses – just for you. Whether it’s getting to grips
with computers, a foreign language, improving your
knowledge or ways to develop a business as well as
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