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2017 & PAID FOR THROUGH ADVERTISING
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New Village Facebook Group
Those readers who use social media may be interested
to know that a new Facebook group has just been
created for residents of Hatfield Heath to share
information and events within the community.
The address is
Alternatively search Facebook for Hatfield Heath
Village Community Group.
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UR CHURCH HHPC Parish Forum Saturday 18th November
10-12 noon in the Village Hall
The quiz raised £530 towards the Church
Repairs. A big thanks to all who helped Members of the committee will be on hand to
in anyway and to those taking part. “listen to all your issues and hopefully provide
Concert with the answers.”
Harlow Brass Band
THE BRITISH LEGION are having a
Saturday Evening 28th October FUND RAISING coffee morning at 28 Cox
in the U R Church
Ley Hatfield Heath
£8 including refreshments on 28th October
Details from Jean on 730465 10-12:30
There will be a raffle
Please support this event to support and Bring and Buy
Church restoration work
£1 Entrance which
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Uttlesford Citizens Advice Bureau
The CAB has a library of over 100 health and
well-being services operating in Uttlesford. The
service is available to everyone; users can print
off pdf information sheets about services, self-
refer (request a call back) or comment on a
service to help other users.
The system also has a number of information sheets
on subjects including advocacy, help for the
housebound, victim support, care options and
transport. Please find attached an abridged version of
the transport fact sheet, which we hope you may be
able to use in your publication. Further information
on other topics will follow.
Please do let us know if you think there is a
particular topic area that you would like us to cover
in the future.
With best wishes,
Office Administrator, Uttlesford CAB
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Village Diary HEALTH WALK
1 ALL SAINTS DAY Fridays 10:00am behind the surgery
09:30 Holy Communion (1662) HT in the Village Hall Car Park.
14:00 Leisure Hour URC
Cinnamon Trust with Janet Radcliffe and her dog Mondays 10:30am Little Hallingbury
Village Car Park
5 08:00 Holy Communion - (1662) HT
09:30 All Age Service HT LEISURE HOUR
10:30 Family Service - led URC Moderator Rev
Paul Whittle URC Wednesday 1st November 2017 at 2.00pm
18:00 Service at The Close Cinnamon Trust - Janet Radcliffe & Dog
18:30 Evensong (1662) HT
New Members & Visitors
6 09:30 Holy Communion - (1662) at St Mary’s Welcome
11:30 for 12:00 Luncheon Club URC Details Jean on 730465
8 14:30 Holy Communion at Robin Parkinson. Greenhouse available
Lifts available - please contact Richard Barnett Free of charge to anyone who is able to
9-11 20:00 Proof - Heath Players H dismantle and take away.
10 10.45 Act of Remembrance at War Memorial Approx 6x6 feet, there are a couple of panes
11 ARMISTICE DAY
missing but otherwise in quite good order
09.30 Church Yard clear up Holy Trinity with plenty of use left in it.
10.45 Act of Remembrance at War Memorial Please call 07538 852493
12 REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY
08:00 Holy Communion (1662) St Mary’s Change of deadline
Sheering Items for the magazine must be in by the 14th of
09:30 Holy Communion for Remembrance
Sunday HT the month and preferably before that date.
09:45 RBL Remembrance Service URC
10:55 Act of Remembrance at War Memorial
16:00 Service of Memory and Hope St Mary’s
(For all who wish to remember loved ones)
15 09:30 Holy Communion (1662) HT
09:30 Matins (1662) HT
19 08:00 Holy Communion (1662) HT
09:30 Matins (1662) HT
10:30 Family Service URC
18:00 Service at The Close
22 Holy Communion (1662) St Mary’s, Little
11:30 for 12:00 Luncheon Club URC
19:45 Gardening Club H
26 08.00 Holy Communion (1662) St Mary’s
09:30 Holy Communion HT
10:30 Family Service – URC
28 10:30 Holy Communion - The Haven
29 09:30 Holy Communion - (1662) at St Mary’s
H-Village Hall / CR-Committee Room H / HT-Holy
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Local History Society
President: William Gosling, Lord of the Manor
Bob Reed –‘Downton Abbey to Pishiobury’
For a first meeting after the summer break a presentation by Bob Reed proved to be both historical and
humorous. The use and juxtaposition of Downton Abbey inserts to the content of Pishiobury House
produced laughter from the audience. Pishiobury House is a mansion which stands in 250 acres of
Parkland and is set beside a lake and approached by an avenue nearly a mile long. The layout of the
grounds from an 1844 sale plan remained much the same during the rest of the C19, and into
the C20 when the estate was sold into divided ownership. Pishiobury has the remnants of an 18th-
century landscape park, re-designed by Lancelot Brown with features including an oak walk and a
lodge. Areas along the west boundary, flanking the west drive and around the kitchen gardens,
have been the subject of housing development.
Bob described the life style and occupations of the Estate Staff. Gamekeeper Flack who lived in
the lodge at the end of the drive. Images shown of various traps and use of poison as tools of
his trade during that era. Tom Fish, Cowman, who lived in what is now the Straw Hat
Restaurant, circa 17th Century. The estate reared Long Horn for beef and Short Horn for milk. Ted
Chapman, Farmer, working Rowney Farm situated at the end of Chaseways. Harry Sapsford,
Woodman, Rowney Wood, who used a saw pit when providing cut timber. The question was who spent
more time underneath to get covered in sawdust? Not Harry!
Bob also described work carried out in the household using products and provisions grown in
substantial kitchen garden and orchards. Various fruit trees, apples, pears, damsons and a range of
vegetables with Downton Abbey’s Mrs. Patmore offering advice. The presentation contained
dialogue from all of the Downton Abbey cast which was interspersed with individuals and their
roles from the house adding humor to the historical content. He also covered an archeological dig
which took place in 2012 when a bridge was unearthed.
The estate was sold into divided ownership in the early 20th century. From 1941 onwards, the main
building was used as a school moved from Walthamstow of 81 juniors from 11-13. Nowadays, it is
being used as an office building. Parts of the park have been subject to housing development. At the
end of the presentation Bob had brought a series of books to view and also a folder of estate agents
sales and posters. The membership thanked Bob for his presentation and the humor he generated.
HRLHS PROGRAMME to end of 2017
Monday 6 November - Outing to St Pauls and the Army Museum see p17 for info
Thursday 23 November Barry Toogood – A view from the Monastery Window – Held at Church
of St Mary the Virgin – Hatfield Broad Oak at 2.00 pm
Tuesday 19 December (Joint RBL)
Graeme Cooper – Waterloo 2.00 pm URC
J. Day & Son
Station Road, Bishop’s Stortford
Bishop’s Stortford 01279 654 555 “Wendycot”,Chelmsford Road,
Edmonton 0208 807 3712 Hatfield Heath,
www.jdayandson.co.uk Bishop’S Stortford, Herts
816016 Dec 2016 Opening Hours
190 Mon - Fri 8am - 5.30pm
Sat 9am - 1pm
Tel: 01279 730 274
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)
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 -Richard Way 730066 . Eden Surgery – repeat prescriptions etc
Afternoon sessions:- 724833 Broomfields www.hatfieldheathsurgery.co.uk
Evening sessions:- Richard Way 730066 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
www.aircadets.org . Parish Council www.hatfieldheath.com
Email: [email protected]
. Hatfield Regis History Society -
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NEXT PARISH COUNCIL MEETING Friday Club.
Friday Club is as the name suggests, a club run
URC Hall Wed 1st November 7:30pm on a Friday evening for the young people (7-12
years old) of Hatfield Heath and surrounding
PARISH COUNCIL villages.
It is held Friday evenings 7pm – 9pm in the URC
Parish Clerk - Ernie Fenwick.................. 730 770 Church Hall, Chelmsford Road,Hatfield Heath.
Email : ............. [email protected] Its nightly membership is £5.00.
Mark Lemon Chairman ........................... 730 581 Tracy Sykes Club Leader
(District Councillor) Telephone: 07803 273083
Vice Chairman -Mark Bissell ..............… . 730 376 Email: [email protected]
Robert Jones................................................ 730 741 LUNCHEON CLUB
Nigel Robley............................................... 730 568 Monday 6th November 11.30-12.00
Chris Overton........................................... 731 036
Geoff Owen……………………………… 444 988 Wednesday 15th November 11.30-12.0
All over 55s welcome Transport available.
Ring Judy 01279 730 581
PHONE NUMBERS OF Registered Charity Number 1051491
POLICE, DOCTORS, SAMARITANS
SCHOOL & CHURCHES
PCSO Simon Horne Buffy Playbus visits
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 To send your letters /articles/ reports /photographs
THE SAMARITANS.......................... 01920 464 099 Email :- [email protected]
HATFIELD HEATH C.P. SCHOOL.....01279 730 382 Or contact the Editor
PRE-SCHOOL....................................... 01279 730 354
For advertising :email - [email protected]
Vicarage Office....................................... 01279 730 288 Editor : -Mary Stewart 01279 731 319
CHURCH WARDENS Treasurer: - Norman Groves 01279 730756
Eileen Ashworth ..................................... 01279 730 610 Secretary: - Jean Clarke 01279 730 667
Diane Barnett .- PCC Secretary............... 01279 730 425 Distributor- Michael Hockley 07976 801 062
Chairman - Brendan Carrig 01279 730 549
URC Rev Sam - Phone........................... 01279 453 781 Printed by PrintandBind 01708687568
URC Secretary - Betty Bennett.............. 01279 508 455
Village Volunteers when you need help..07944 748 478
MOBILE LIBRARY Please note that the Hatfield Heath Magazine is a
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Uttlesford Frontline – Keeping Healthy- the Natural Way
easy access to local help
We were very fortunate that one of our
and support members, Hannah Shine, was able to step in at
short notice to fill for speakers who had
Volunteer advisers at Citizens Advice can help cancelled. Hannah is experienced in using
with all sorts of problems, from difficulty plants as natural remedies and as a keen
accessing the correct benefit entitlements to help gardener herself, she has plenty of knowledge
with budgeting and money worries, problems with in that area!
housing to employment issues. However we
don’t always have the resources or specialist Hannah stressed the importance of drinking
knowledge to help with all aspects of an issue – water (not tea or coffee!) in order to keep
for example we can’t provide emotional support, hydrated and eliminate toxins.
specific health advice, befriending services or
financial support. In these circumstances we Drinking tepid water a
refer or signpost people to other local half hour before breakfast
organisations that can offer the dedicated support is a good start to the day.
that people need. Avoid drinking with food as it
dilutes the digestive process.
To do this our advisers use ‘Uttlesford Frontline’ -
a website which lets them easily locate and link to Her list of plants and fruits was vast but here
over 100 health and wellbeing services operating are some that she suggested:-
locally. These range from support services for
children and families with disabilities to Purple Sage leaves as a tea - for sore throats.
counselling and mediation services, carer
support, learning through play opportunities, help Rosemary- memory enhancement
to get people back into work or help for people
affected by substance use and misuse. Onion & brown sugar as a cough mixture
Frontline is also available to the general public – Lemon pith – antiseptic and
so if you are having a difficult time and want to Vitamin C
find out what help is available, go to
www.uttlesfordfrontline.org.uk . Ginger – anti-nausea
For each service you can print off a fact sheet Tea Tree Oil – antiseptic
giving contact details, opening hours and
information about how the service works and who Softened Cabbage leaves- reduce swellings,
is eligible. eczema and many more uses
Visit the website for more information or call Cucumber – rich in minerals & energises,
01799 618855. If you don’t have access to It will also, apparently, get rid of lime-scale on
the internet and need help to find a local taps!!
service call Uttlesford Citizens Advice on
01799 618840. We came away knowing a great deal more than
we did before and were grateful to Hannah for
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WINDOW ON THE PAST
October 1976 Hatfield Heath Village Magazine.
Ralph Dix Headmaster writing in 'Voices from the past.'
“This years drought reminds me of the long period without rain in 1921 (April to October). During that
summer the 13 ponds on the Heath dried up except for a little muddy water in Reynolds Pond and
the pond adjacent to what is now Hunters Meet. I counted the Ponds after the rains came. Most of
them no longer exist when modern drainage was carried out.”
Hatfield Heath was then truly rural. Farming was then the chief industry, with very little modern
machinery. Farm workers wages were 30/- were week (£1.50) less 1s 3p 'Lloyd George' as the state
insurance was called. Large Families were brought up on take home pay of 28s 9p. Cottage rent was
1s 6p, water from the pump or a hole in the ground just a few houses had tap water. There was no
sewerage scheme. I give no details of disposal!
There were two Ford cars (tin tizzies) Mr Buck the new shop keeper owned one and farmer Albert
Hockley the other.
John Clark 1925 -2017
Our Father, John Clark passed away July
25,2017, in Winnipeg ,Manitoba ,Canada.
He was 92 years old. Early in life he lived in
Pooles Cottage with his wife Jean, daughter
Pamela and their son Peter was born there.
He worked for John Hockley, a job he talked
fondly about. He had been a Boy Scout at Brent
Pelham and wrote to Scout Hall in London and
asked to start a troop at Hatfield Heath.
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Doorstep Crime usually occurs when residents are called upon in relation to bogus
property repairs or gardening services. The Doorstep callers may suggest that there is some
urgency to work being carried out so that you allow them to enter your property. The callers
charge extortionate prices for poor and unnecessary work.
We want you to be aware of this type of activity to ensure this doesn't happen to you, or anyone
Here are some useful tips to remember:
• If anyone arrives at your door, ask them for identification - you do not have to let them in and
they must leave if you request them to do so.
• If you decide you are interested in the work, take the time to research other companies and
find out about their businesses.
If you fear that this has happened to you, or you need to report this in the future please do not
hesitate to do so. If you feel you are in immediate danger call 999, if the incident has already
occurred please report through 101.
Remember IF YOU ARE UNSURE, DO NOT ANSWER THE DOOR.
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NEWS FROM THE GARDENS OF EASTON LODGE
The season has now ended, as it began, with the sun shining and the bees busily out and about. And what a
year it has been!
The colour still in the gardens is testimony to there having been rain as well as sunshine. In the autumn, the
michaelmas daisies have been particularly good, alongside vivid dahlias and the soft pink sedum; while the
brilliant blue monkshood has been as tall and vibrant as we can remember.
The weather has been good enough for us to welcome a record number of visitors on Open Days and
required us to bake a bigger than ever range of cakes! Visitors have loved our new treehouse and seeing the
second half of the walled kitchen garden become established. In wet weather the restored rill has flowed
over its new flint lining.
Badgers, bats and bees have been on display at Open Days, with experts on hand to answer questions. We
have found there are seven bat species in the Gardens. Large numbers of butterflies and dragonflies have
feasted in the Gardens, and we have had regular sightings of hummingbird hawk moths. New information
boards are now in place to tell visitors about the bats, birds and butterflies in the Gardens.
So, a great year and the challenge is on for next season … contact us to get a copy of our calendar for
2018, full of lovely pictures of the Gardens (call 01371 876979 or email [email protected]).
And watch this space and log into our new website over the closed season to get hints of what’s coming up
On ploughing, scattering and not looking back
Regular readers of this magazine will know that our lovely local farmer Michael Hockley had great ambitions for
his vicar to win the Straight Furrow Competition at the annual ploughing match. He took it upon himself to train
me up, and although I didn’t win the competition (sorry coach), I enjoyed my lessons very much. Here’s what I
Firstly: driving a tractor is easy. Driving a tractor at low speed in a straight line is not so easy. You really have to
concentrate and keep your eye on the horizon.
Secondly, you must NOT look back! If you turn round to check your handiwork, you will go off course and your
furrow will be wiggly (that’s an agricultural term I just made up).
Thirdly, you have to plough on, quite literally. You proudly finish one furrow, then look around and realise how
much more field there is still to be tackled. It’s endless!
Our lives can be a lot like this at times. No wonder Jesus told so many stories with an agricultural flavour!
We keep our eyes fixed on what is before us, thinking not only of
how we live out God’s message of love in our community but also of
what is to come, after our lives on earth are complete.
We try not to look back, to hark back to ‘the way things were’,
because we can never go back. The furrow is ploughed, whether
we’re happy with it or not.
And sometimes we just have to keep going. The Bishop of Barking,
our local bishop, told me recently of the eleventh commandment:
‘Thou shalt bash on’. Wise words indeed!
My prayer for us all this autumn is that we would keep looking
ahead, not harking back to some imagined ‘golden era’, and that we would have the strength and the courage to
simply keep going and not get discouraged. And that all our lives would produce abundant fruit, whether we get
With my love,Dawn
to see it ourselves or not. Rev’d Dawn Jewson, Vicar
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MINUTES OF PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
HELD AT 7.30 PM ON WEDNESDAY 4th October 2017 IN THE Hatfield Heath URC
Cllr Mark Lemon (ML), (Chairman), Cllrs Mark Bissell (MB), Peter Brown (PB), Bob Jones
(BJ), Chris Overton (CO), Geoff Owen (GO), Nigel Robley (NR),
in attendance Clerk to the Council Ernie Fenwick and 10 members of the public.
1904. CHAIRMANS WELCOME AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
The Chairman welcomed everyone present and opened the meeting.
The following items were raised by members of the public
• Who is the new transport representative: Chris Overton.
• Rumour that the VL5 route will be reduced to 2 hourly. CO to check
• Wildlife area new proposed regime for the conservation area. This will be cut completely this
year and then revert to only half to be cut each year. Concern that the area is being too sanitised and
not retained as a wildlife area
• Financial support to the Village Hall Management Committee for the Coffee morning.
• VAS sign post. Clerk to again contact ECC Cllr Susan Barker (SB) and ECC Highways.
1905. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
1906. MINUTES OF LAST MEETING
The minutes of the Parish Council meetings of 6th and 27th September were signed as a true record
of the meetings.
1907. DECLARATION OF MEMBERS INTERESTS:
• ML is a District Councillor
• BJ is a member of SSE.
• MB declared a non-pecuniary interest in Hatfield Heath festival
1908. PRESENTATION BY PELHAM STRUCTURES
Pelham Structures not present.
Subsequent information: Pelham Structures say they have not received either of the two emails sent
by the Clerk. Clerk has circulated copies of the emails to all councillors and to Pelham Structures
who are looking into the reason they did not receive the emails. No email delivery failure received
by the Clerk.
1909. REPORTS TO / FROM COUNTY AND DISTRICT COUNCILLOR
ML has nothing further to report from last meeting
1910. CLERKS REPORT:
Matters from last meeting and Action Register
Standing Orders are in the process of being revised and will be presented at the next meeting for
a. Correspondence Received and Circulated
i. EALC Training Bulletin
ii. Planning Application objection
iii. Request for instruction regarding cutting to The Heath from contractor
iv. Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) – Consultation
v. Parish Forum agenda Continued: on next page
vi. Proposed changes to the Mobile Library Service
vii. Emergency Temporary Closure of Matching Road
viii.Growing a Rural Community Survey for Essex
ix. Key Task Monitor
x. Essex Highways Stakeholder Survey
xi. Parish Council Forum. NR circulated the items raised by residents attending the forum.
xii. Hatfield Heath Local Wildlife Site & EECOS report
xiii.Thank you letter from Emily Wicker for Book Award
xiv. North Essex Parking Partnership response.
xv. Insurance response to claim for barrier
a. Correspondence Sent
i. Complaint to ECC and Cllr Barker re Sheering Road footpath
ii. Complaint to ECC and Cllr Barker re Dunmow Road footpath
iii. Copy of Complaint to A Moriarty
iv. Planning Application response to Land West of Mill Lane
v. Confirmation of invitation re Land West of Mill Lane
vi. CCTV survey response
vii. Sheering Road footpath information
viii.Key Task Monitor update
ix. Request for Pedestrian Crossing Criteria to ECC Highways
x. Request for a meeting with North Essex Parking Partnership
xi. Poster for EGM re planning application
b. Meetings and Training
Held at EALC Offices Great Dunmow
i. Councillor Training 1 Sat 18 Nov 9.30 – 3.00 £90
ii. Councillor Training 2 Sat 25 Nov 9.30 – 3.00 £90
iii. Advanced Councillor Training 1Tues 28 Nov 10.00 – 3.30 £80
iv. Chairman Training Short Course Sat 2 Dec 9.30 -3.00 £90
v. Advanced Councillor Training 2Tues 12 Dec 10.00 – 3.30 £80
Held at UDC Council Offices Saffron Walden
vi. Parish/Town Council Forum Mon 16 Oct 7.00 – 9.00 pm
1911. CHAIRMAN’S REPORT
• Several residents have applied for Broadband but cannot be connected because all the connections in
the cabinet are full. Other suppliers may have space in the cabinet and residents may wish to contact
• DVLA are still not replying to the request for name and address of the owner of the car left on the
• There is a disabled scooter available for someone in the village. Interested parties to contact the Clerk
• Village Institute letter regarding coffee morning. To be put on the Agenda for next meeting. Perhaps a
grant from ECC could be arranged. Lease for the Institute expires in 2023.
1912. FINANCIAL REPORT:
Balance of Account will be £49048.12 after authorisation of the following payments.
Payments to be approved
PW May Grass Cutting 1929.29
PKF Littlejohn Audit Fees 240.00
E Fenwick Website Maintenance 20.00
Clerk Expenses 35.06
NR AND ML TO AUTHORISE
Continued: on page 26
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1913. Planning Matters:
Decisions by UDC Planning Dept.
i. Stables to The East of Dunmow Road Hatfield Heath; UTT/17/2197/FUL; Change of use of stables to
dwelling with associated works to building and site: APPROVED
ii. Braybrook Chelmsford Road Hatfield Heath; UTT/17/1964/FUL; Demolition of existing bungalow
replacement with 1 no. 2 storey dwelling. APPROVED
iii. Aspen House Sawbridgeworth Road Hatfield Heath; UTT/17/1877/HHF; Proposed demolition of existing
single storey side and rear extensions, erection of new single storey side and rear extensions and dormer
window to rear elevation. REFUSED
i. Grandview Chelmsford Road Hatfield Heath; UTT/17/2735/NMA; Non-Material amendment to
UTT/16/2971/HHF - Enlargement of approved dormer. NO COMMENT
ii. 4 Browns Cottages, The Heath Hatfield Heath; UTT/17/2531/HHF; Proposed ground and first floor
extension. NO OBJECTION
iii. Land to The West of Mill Lane Hatfield Heath; UTT/17/2499/FUL; Demolition of existing buildings and the
development of 35 new dwellings and associated infrastructure. OBJECTIONS HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED
1914. Casual vacancy
We still have two vacancies for parish councillors
i. Sheering Road footpath is being dealt with. ML has sent photographs to SB
ii. Flooding outside The White Horse has being dealt with..
iii. Flooding at the end of The Shaw/B183 is still present after heavy rainfall
iv. Flooding at the A1060/B183 junction is still present after heavy rainfall.
v. Speed limits throughout the village need to be made consistent. Clerk to provide a suitable map showing
restrictions and inconsistencies.
vi. Pedestrian crossing criteria. Clerk has requested from Highways. Awaiting response
vii. Road sign in Dunmow Road has fallen off its posts. Clerk to arrange for handyman to repair
1916. Village Green
• ML reported that under the trees the saplings were cut back and they are growing again
• Proposed for an additional cut if necessary to the village green
• CO has concerns about the ice rink and the sand for the sub base. The delivery vehicle from GrabCo will not be
on the village green but will lay the sand on a membrane. Vehicle will need to be kept from the Heath when
collecting the sand after the event.
• The location may well conflict with the location of the Parish Council Christmas Tree. MB and GO will liaise
with the Christmas Festival Committee.
• There has been no communication from the Cricket Club regarding the extent of the works.
• The area levelled is only to the cricket square side of the road. Clerk to check with the groundsman (Subsequent
information – Opposite side of road area levelled on Thursday 5th)
1917. Stansted airport
Liaison meeting tomorrow night at Elsenham. Planning Application will not be submitted until next year.
1918. Wildlife Area
Proposed that the safe removal of fish from the pond is carried out at a cost of £450 plus VAT. Clerk to place order.
NR has had no volunteers to carry out the water survey.
The drain flooding at the A1060/B183 has been cleared out but still floods
The White Horse flooding is cleared
The Shaw/B183 junction is still flooding
1920. Parking Planning Application for additional parking should be submitted as soon as possible.
1921. Neighbourhood Watch Nothing to report
1922. Reports from members on meetings attended
ML, NR and the Clerk met Ulrike Maccariello from Hastoe Housing Association regarding potential sites for 10 to
12 affordable houses. The sites will be discussed with the landowners to obtain availability. Existing owners of
shared properties are now able to move into larger units.
BJ reported that the personnel committee needed another member. GO was appointed.
1923. Matters to be raised by members for the next Agenda
1924. Dates of next meetings 1st November, 6th December, 3rd January.
Meeting closed at 9.07 pm
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FRIDAY, 10˧˩˨˧˧˦ NOVEMBER 2017 needed to help with the refreshments at
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9.00AM – 1.00PM 10 until 12 noon for people to meet together to chat
over a coffee.
Please come and support your local hospice and stock
up early on Christmas presents from some well known The facility has been operating for many years, now,
and also provides a meeting place for those who might
favourites such as Phoenix cards, Usborne books, be lonely, or for those who just have to get out of the
Carmen Gloria Jewellery, Mandy’s Heaven and Chic house for a short break.
Cuisine as well as some other unique local artisan
The Institute Refreshments were set up by Holy Trinity,
stalls. and the majority of the volunteers are Holy Trinity or
United Reformed Church members. However, the only
requirements are to be community minded, to enjoy
meeting other people and making them feel welcomed
If you feel you can spare one or two mornings a month,
we would love to hear from you. If you can bring a
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For more information, please contact Lesley (01279
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2018 COMMUNITY CALENDARS NOW ON SALE
The 2018 Community Calendar from Stop Stansted
Expansion (SSE) calendar is now available by mail
order and at outlets across the region. A regular
favourite, the calendar once again highlights
many stunning locations in the shadow of Stansted.
The A3 format calendar makes an important
contribution to SSE’s fundraising efforts, as well as
raising and maintaining awareness of the special
quality of the region. Priced at just £7, it is avail-
able in fourteen outlets across Uttlesford and East
Hertfordshire, as well as from SSE’s volunteer sales
team. In the meantime, mail order and gift copies
(including for overseas addresses), as well as in-
person collection, can be arranged by contacting
SSE at [email protected] or on
01279 870558. See
The outlets where calendars can be bought (from
Bishop’s Stortford: Barnes Flooring, 72 South Street
Hatfield Broad Oak: Broad Oak Stores
Little Hallingbury: Post Office
Sawbridgeworth: Nisa Local (formerly The Tuck