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December 2015

Hatfield Heath Village Magazine December 2015

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To all our ReadersHoly Trinity, Hatfield Heath

Holy TrinityChristingle Service
Sunday 8th December

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See inside page...............

Herbert Joseph Search

March 1929 - September 2015
See inside Page 12.............13th. November 1927 to 2nd. September 2015
See inside Page 6...................
Web : Email: [email protected]


moss and weed?
Brian Bland October 2015
I offer:-
•Regular lawn feeds Lawn Treatment Service Hatfield Heath Rainfall October 2015
•Weed and moss treatment
•Aeration 14 Total for month

(1.75 inches)
07791 128 399 10 Rainfall 8 mm

15013 - Dec 2015


Your Friendly Local 4
Sockets to Full rewire
Electrical testing 0
& certificates
The thirteen raindays in October produced a total of
Fault finding & maintenance 44.50 mm (1.75 ins) This is only 60% of our
Fully qualified October average.
October Extremes
Call Mark on High 6.32 inches in 2000
07785 221004 or 01371 876552
5.06 inches in 2004
15097 July 16 Low 0.28 inches in 1995

0.57 inches in 1991

Garden &

15003 Dec 2015 Apples
High yields from both Bramley and Cox, but with
lower rainfall figures during the growing season the
fruits are much smaller. Still some to be picked in
November. Braeburns from two small young trees
(planted 4 years ago) have produced a reasonable
yield of good sized apples.
The 4 varieties reported last
time have now emerged - hope
this not too soon! They are
French soft necks and one of the large
Elephant type.
Broad Beans
This year the decision to sequentially
sow the winter hardy Aquadulce was
adopted, with sowing every Wednesday
starting on the 14th October . At least
some of the sowings should be right
whatever the weather has in store for us
this winter.


Autumn Crocus (Meadow HIRE UR CHURCH HALL FOR
saffron) (Colchicum BIRTHDAY PARTIES
autumnale) This was planted
in early October and had You can hire the hall for children's parties
emerged by the end of the £10.50 / hour Tel :01279 730 581
month. We understand that it
is difficult to grow and a BLINDS
challenge to produce the expensive Saffron. One
commercial grower is back in Saffron Walden Stylish, Contemporary,
(secret site) Wooden, Venetian, Roller
Bats became evident as the darker nights began,
usually starting about 6.30pm. They were and Blackout Blinds...
particularly busy on the night of October 13th, Made to Measure
with two sizes on view. They fly
so fast I find it impossible to • Evening and weekend calls
identify the species. • Samples brought to your home
October 27th was a very warm day, with
plenty of late sunshine and for the first or a free quotation call:
time we had plenty of Ladybirds . Some I
think were aiming to come indoors for the MARTIN WHITE
Goldcrests were seen in the vicinity during 01279 726088 / 07836 702734
this month - reported by Graham (our
Postman) May 2016

Brian Bland ALLOTMENTS 15112 Dec 15

The informal committee which has overseen the
allotments project for the past five years has now
become formal. Title now is the Moat Field
Allotments Association.

At a meeting on April 17th Frank Walsh (Cox Ley)

was elected chairman, Bridie Baughurst (Stortford

Rd) secretary and Geoffrey Bridge (Little Heath)

treasurer. Committee members include three other

allotment applicants, and two non applicants one of

whom is a parish councillor.

Discussions on the Tenancy Agreement continue

with the Parish Council while on site five tons of

farmyard manure have been delivered and power

harrowing has begun. At present there are 16 appli-

cants, four requesting whole allotments and the rest

half. Anyone wishing to register for an allotment

please ring Frank Walsh on 730 512.

Allotments. One full size plot ( 230 square metres, £35

per year with first payment covering two years) and one half

size ( 112 square metres, £20 per year with first payment

covering two years) available at the new Moat Field

allotments, Broomfield. Anyone interested please phone


Fifteen successful applicants received the keys to their

allotment site at a meeting in The Close Community Room

on November 16th. Only two of the 17 plots were not

taken. Parish council chairman Mark Lemon

congratulated the applicants and wished them luck. Richard

Barnett, treasurer of Hatfield Heath Garden Club, gave each

applicant a year's programme and invited them give the

club a try. Frank Walsh


1.15pm Thursday 10th December 2015

The children and staff of Hatfield Heath
School would like to invite the Senior
Citizens of our school community to join
them for a Christmas Celebration
performing their Christmas productions.

There will be no charge, but numbers are
limited,So please contact the school office on
01279 730 382 to reserve your place.
We look forward to seeing you.

Escape Beauty

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Or course of six £100

Ÿ Hydrafuse Aqua Dermabrasion Facial £45

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Ÿ Ultimate spray tan in 3 shades light, medium & REQUIRED

Dark £20 Part-time groom required to help out with
well behaved horses and ponies on family
Ÿ Glycolic facial peels yard in Hatfield Heath. Approximately 12
hours spread over 3/4 days. Potential for

Ÿ Ultrasound skin toning facial


Ÿ Deep tissue massage

Ÿ Waxing including hot wax for sensitive areas. more hours when other horses come back

I look forward to hearing from you into work in the spring. Ability to help out

Sue Burgess Tel: 07740 433 417 at weekends and at shows would be an
orText advantage. Start date after Christmas

Situated in the Shaw Hatfield Heath Please call 07818 404 793
for more information
15071 Sept 2015


What a wonderful evening of entertainment! The Do you think you could make
sketches were very funny, the atmosphere fantastic. a difference to this student’s
Well done, everyone for all the hard work that goes confidence?
into producing such a show. This one was in aid of We are looking for individuals
Grove Cottage (MENCAP) with tutoring/teaching experience
Can’t wait for the next one! Hannah Shine in all subjects, who are
passionate about learning.
Congratulations Heath Players
For more details
Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed the “60
years of Radio Comedy” performed by the Heath please contact us today on 01279 654 424
Players. e-mail [email protected].
It included the classic “Hancock’s Half Hour” and
the current “Clare in the Community”. A very 15067 Mar 16
entertaining performance by all. Well done!
MHS Builders
Hannah Shine Local Builder
Carpentry & Roofing
Liz Read Loft and Garage conversions
Memorial Service Kitchens & Bathrooms
2.30pm Monday 7th December Extensions
in the URC references available on request
Call Mark Savage
Followed by refreshments in the hall.
15020 December 2015

Hatfield Haven Care Home

Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath, Bishops Stortford, Herts. CM22 7DL

Tel: 01279 730 043

╚ Serene and homely environment;
╚ 24 hours care in compliance with CQC Care Standards
╚ Medical care provided by local group practice;

district nurse, physiotherapist and a chiropodist;
╚ Highly qualified and motivated staff - RMA and

NVQ qualifications;
╚ 20 single and 1 double newly refurnished and

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

Kindly drop by for viewing and to pick up a copy of our
brochure. For placement and other enquiries, please contact

Amanda Austin (Manager)
email : [email protected]

5 15011 Dec 2015

13th. November 1927 to 2nd. September 2015

General Building & Maintenance “Vi.”

Conversions, Bathrooms, Kitchens
Plastering, Brickwork, Decorating
Call for Free Advice & Estimates
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15018 December 2015



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She was also an active participant in the athletic
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Weds 9.15-10am Kettlebell Bootcamp @ Farm studio
One of her early recollections of working was
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Special Offer She worked at the company head office in
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Does your child need: - Help with Maths or English? -A confidence boost
She also carried on the athletic and social club or to improve their levels?
activities organising and participating in events
for the employees, taking part in fund raising I can help!
activities for good causes in the local community
and organising reunions for ex-colleagues of the Experienced teacher in both private and state schools,
company. She also ran a club for retired former from Reception to Year 6.
employees and friends.
With an open communication, relaxed, flexible approach,
Vi had a life long interest in all the arts, I have been privileged to see many children succeed.
particularly opera, where she was an avid I tutor children in the comfort of their own home.
follower of the soprano Maria Callas. In recent
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place there. ü Signage
ü Shop fronts
She was also an active member of many of the
local clubs. For many years she has put together WINDOW CLEANING David Deacon
a team of ex-colleagues to run the traditional side
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to raise funds towards the expenses of the show M: 07403443959
and more recently a team to do the same for the
“Hatfest” at Hatfield Heath. De-Rigueur 15096 July 16

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Situated in the Shaw Hatfield Heath

07740 433 417 Sue Burgess



If you are worried
ACCESS CONTROL about money, it’s
tempting not to turn
INTERCOMS the heating up – but a
little bit of planning
CALL save money and stay
warm this winter.
15017 Dec 15
Ÿ If you are having a problem paying your bill,
For All Building Works - contact your energy supplier as soon as
Extensions/Renovations - possible. They may be able to help by
Decorating - Plumbing - Electrics changing your payment options, moving you
Carried Out with Great Attention to Detail to a cheaper deal or by installing a pay as
Tel: 01279 757 323 07836 205 103 you go meter.

15015 Dec 15 Ÿ Get the right energy deal. With an estimated
£200 annual saving in switching please visit and have a
look! If you need help with this please call
Uttlesford Citizens Advice.

Ÿ Alternatively, why not join a bulk energy
buying scheme like Essex Energy Switch.


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ask for the Energy Advice Team. DBS checked *Upvc Locks Specialist
Ÿ Bulk buying oil – The Rural Community *Whether Broken,Repaired,
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v Furniture need assembling?
v Shelves or pictures need hanging?
v Blinds need fitting?
v Radiator covers need installing?
v Door need planing?
v Small plumbing job?

No odd job too small

Local resident with 15 years experience
Contact Scott

01279 731104 07817 223339

15089 July 2016


Local Classes for all ages

and levels of ability

You will be taught in a very warm friendly atmosphere
So come and join us

For further information about times, venues as well as the health
benefits to be gained
Contact Jenny

01279 730 751

07946 777 669

First Class Free

Email: [email protected]

15090 Dec 2015

Heath Computers

For all your IT needs

Whether you run a business, or are a home user,
Heath Computers has an IT solution to suit your requirements.

Hatfield Heath Players Awards Ÿ IT Solutions for home/office
In 2003 they were entered for the first National Ÿ Domain Registration and Web Design
Finals and in 2015 with a performance of Ÿ Mac/PC Support, Repairs and Upgrades
‘Bombers Moon’ swept the board at Hertford and Ÿ Smart Phone/Tablet configuration and setup
Woking (for the National Awards) winning five awards. Ÿ Network Installation - Fixed and Wireless
(Photograph shows the winning trophies) Ÿ Internet - Email - Broadband
Virus Protection and Spyware removal
Web: Office: 01279 912345
Email: [email protected] Mobile: 07958 482889

15006 Dec 15


• Felling • Pruning • Shaping President: William Gosling Lord of the Manor

• Reduction • Thinning • Stump Removal The Hatfield Heath Players

Hedge cutting and shaping Steve Foster
Free no obligation quotes
Tel: 07940 231 964 or 01279 730 659 A ‘dramatic’ evening with Steve Foster in the main role.
Email: [email protected] A retrospect of the Hatfield Heath Players conveyed the
period from 1968 to the present. Humorous and
15070 April 2016 intellectual but not developing into a Whitehall farce
provided a large audience with memories of the Players.
WW Many remembered in great detail not only the
performances but their own involvement during the
MEMORIALS years. Using a scrapbook on a lectern, but not delivering
a sermon, Steve used the audience to engender an active
J. Day & Son response. His chronological approach created a template
to ensure that nothing was missing from the many years
and performances which had been staged. Deliberately
Steve focused on a team rather than individuals however
mention had to be made of Christopher Timothy who
spoke at the Sheering WI and was the catalyst for starting
the Hatfield Heath Players. From 1969 onwards the
Players have presented 110 performances and with ’60
Years of Radio Comedy will bring up the English Nelson
of 111. A completely different approach to direct a radio
presentation as Steve described.

The Music Hall series travelling around Essex and

Hertfordshire, Christmas Pantos involving Village

School cooperation brought back memories to many of

Station Road, Bishop’s Stortford the audience. Special effects manipulating a coach and
horses for Cinderella, the Giant in Jack and the Beanstalk

and a visit to the hospital following a broomstick/dumb

bell incident. A tribute to the ‘back room’ stage staff

which included Peter Lines and Gladys Melville drew

attention to the prolific amount of work carried out. The

memorabilia which was displayed was eagerly handled

and reviewed. In 1988-1990 the Players entered a

difficult period but although they downsized became

totally revitalised. In 2003 they were entered for the first

National Finals

and in 2015 with

a performance of

‘Bombers Moon’

swept the board

Bishop’s Stortford 01279 654 555 at Hertford and
Woking (for the

Edmonton 0208 807 3712 National Awards)
winning five
awards. (Photograph shows the winning trophies.) An extremely
difficult and controversial play to project and perform but

15021 Dec 2015 at the Village and Woking received great acclaim,


demonstrating how the integrity of performing to your We offer a
best is a fundamental quality to which all the players Complete Service
contribute. Engaging the audience creates a two way
rapport that reflects and engenders quality of performance DESIGN
from players to audience to players. It would be CERAMIC TILING
impossible to itemize all the players, plays and
pantomimes which have been presented by Heath Players. LIGHTING
The interest generated over the years have captivated WOODWORK ETC.
audiences and provided many of the cast with positive
opportunities. Our thanks to Steve and Mark Ratcliff for All carried out with the minimum
an evening of reminisces yet moving forward to the next of fuss and mess by experts!
performance. An invitation for questions followed the talk Also all Plumbing &
which ended an interesting, humorous and special evening Domestic Heating Installations
for the audience.

Established in Harlow for over 45 years

(including some arranged talks) 15008 December 2015
All Meetings will be held at the
United Reformed Church, Chelmsford Road at 150353 Feb 2016
7.30 pm Third Tuesday of each Month

July Exhibition Arrangements are pending for a
2016 date and will continue a theme of WW1
which is planned to take place from 2014-2018

17 November Lodge's Coaches
Robert Lodge

8 December 2015.
Joint meeting with the Royal British Legion
With Pat Schorah from Dunmow Museum with a
talk on 'The Tunnellers WW!'.

15 DecemberChristmas Meeting
(Programme to be arranged)


Herts & Essex Observer 4th January 1870

The effect of a merry Christmas Tide in 1870

John Burles was summoned that he had been a driv-
er of a cart and was in such a position as not to have
control of the horse on 28th December. Defendant
pleaded guilty saying “It was Christmas time and I
had given to me a little Elder wine and some beer
and it had upset me”. Police Constable Gall said
about 11.00 O clock on the morning of the 28th he
had received information that a tumbrel cart was in
the ditch. He found the shaft horse laying in the road
with the defendant on the horses head apparently
trying to keep the animal quiet but he soon saw that
he was so drunk as to be incapable of taking care of
it, so Gall took them home.


Violets Floral Designs have grown onto Hatfield Heath Herbert Joseph Search
as well as Sawbridgeworth. "Bert"
We offer a wide range of gifts, cards, indoor and outdoor
plants as well as beautiful fresh flowers. March 1929 - September 2015
Our floristry classes will start in the beginning of October
and will be taught by a qualified floristry teacher. Please
contact the shop for details.

When you are next passing pop in and have a look

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

01279 730 003

Sadly, Bert passed away peacefully with his

For over 30 years we have been family beside him on Sunday the 20th September
carrying out local, national and 2015 after a short spell in Princess Alexandra
Hospital, Harlow. Bert leaves his wife Janet,
daughter Julie, son Keith and grandchildren Lola,

01279 882 822 Joel, Joseph, Benjamin, Talia and Harry: he will

be greatly missed.
Bert was born and raised in Hatfield Heath on

overseas relocations for personal March 28th 1929 and was one of five children. As
and business clients. We a passionate sportsman, he played cricket and
understand that everyone's move is football for the Heath teams and went on to play
different and that is why we tailor for West Ham and Arsenal in the 1950's. He
our service to each individual remained a lifelong Arsenal supporter and
customers needs. committed sportsman throughout his life.
Kings Removals was set up as and still
runs as a family business today. Great emphasis is put on customer Bert started working at Walter Lawrence in
satisfaction and this is why a high percentage of our work comes from Sawbridgeworth as an apprentice joiner, and was
recommendations and repeat business. a loyal employee for forty four years. He left the
company as Managing Director. Prior to this, he
completed his national service representing his
regiment and the national services football team
as captain. Living in Sawbridgeworth for most of his life,
Bert was a member of the Sawbridgeworth Sports
15003 Dec 2015 Association Executive Committee for over forty

Every Friday years .He served as Chairman for twenty seven

10.30-11.30am years and was elected the Association's President
seven years ago.The Bowling, Cricket, Football,

Hatfield Heath and Tennis Clubs in the town have benefitted
from his tireless efforts over the years to help
Village Hall
improve the facilities for sport for all in

£5.50 pay as you go Sawbridgeworth.

Please contact Tam on Bert was first and foremost a family man who was
07738 421 311 dearly loved and will be greatly missed by his

wife Janet, and all his family and friends.

for more details

1215073 April 2016


Toy / Gift service - White Chapel Mission
Tax returns from £200
Sunday 20th 10.30am for local, friendly advice contact Paul Dixon
Service of Lessons & Carols
Wallburys, Stortford Road,
R Hatfield Heath, CM22 7DL

Wednesday 2nd December Tel: 01279 739 076
Carol service with Seasonal refreshments
U R C Hall 7.45pm - Everyone Welcome Email: [email protected]
Details Jean on 01279 730 465
15029 December 2015

Superior Tuition

Former Deputy Headteacher

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ü teach reading comprehension answers
ü techniques for excellent quality writing
ü clear, simple maths
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01279 600 102

14028 January to Dec 2015 missed in 14

13 15012 Dec 15


Grass Cutting, Hedge Trimming, I believe the RNP1 test is being used by Stansted
Planting, Airport to distract attention away from their National
Air Traffic Controllers (NATS) real intention, which is
One off Tidy Ups to press ahead with changes to Stansted Airport’s
Regularly Weekly Maintenance departure routes. NATS are going to combine the Dover
route, which currently flies to the southwest of Hatfield
Jet Wash Heath, with the Clacton flight path, which flies directly
Patio Cleaning through the centre of the village, forming just one flight
path, as detailed in Stansted Airport’s PBN trial
Email: [email protected] technical report. This will treble the number of planes
that fly directly over Hatfield Heath on a daily basis,
Mobile 07956 524 586 increasing to even greater numbers during the summer
Home Tel 01279 830 960 months.
Stansted Airport has already submitted its proposal to
15085 July 2016 combine both routes to the Civil Aviation Authority
(CAA) for approval. If the CAA agrees then Stansted
Airport’s NATS will attempt to fly the revised route
from December 2015 (Herts and Essex Observer, 3rd
March 2015)

Hatfield Heath residents will experience the full brunt of
this new flight path. Increased air traffic will
exponentially raise air pollution levels, drastically cut air
quality, increase noise and raise the risk of a serious air
incident or accident occurring over the village, all of
which will make this village a less desirable place to

Hatfield Heath residents have not been fully informed
about the revised Clacton flight path which forms part of
a new CAA initiative aimed at controlling London’s
airspace, known as LAMP (London Airspace
Management Programme). The freed up air space
achieved by re-directing the Dover flight path will not
release Hatfield Heath’s eastern, western and southern
sides from air traffic, as stated by Cllr K Artus, Chair of
the Stansted Airport Environmental Issue Group. It is
LAMP’s intention to utilise this freed up air space to
stack planes using London City (Docklands), Heathrow,
Luton and Gatwick Airports. This will significantly
increase the volume of air traffic over Hatfield Heath on
all sides, not just the northern side as stated by Cllr

Of major concern is Stansted Airport NATS appalling
record of flight path management and noise control. It
fails badly on both counts and as a result airline
operators repeatedly fail to maintain their flight path
accuracy and persistently stray outside the allocated
swathe areas (1500 metres each side of the central flight

15093 Aug 2016


line, which currently lies along the A1060 road through modern planes’ specifications are designed for the
Hatfield Heath). Map 1 taken from Stansted Airports demands of shorter runway take offs and landings on full
PBN Trial Technical Report, details NATS failure to load as part of their everyday scheduled service routines.
control air traffic to a central line. In conclusion, Stansted Airport must firstly control and
penalise those airlines that violate and continually fail to
The revised Clacton and Dover flight path must be re- conform and/or stray off designated routes before
sited at an equidistant location between the villages of considering other options. The revised Clacton flight
Hatfield Heath and Hatfield Broad Oak, e.g. latitude path must be narrowed and re-sited to a mid-point
51.823974 and longitude 0.23030262 and not sited at the between Hatfield Heath and Hatfield Broad Oak. RNP1
northern end of Hatfield Heath (at a location of latitude even with SID’s will make no difference to the situation
51.816046 and longitude 0.21269531) as favoured by the because Ryanair is not obliged to use it. Ryanair is the
Stansted Airport report. Stansted Airport’s favoured largest operator at Stansted Airport and is controlled by
location is only 370m further north of its current position the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) which does not
at the centre of the village; hence there will be no recognise the RNP1 set-up.
reduction in the number of flights over the centre of
Hatfield Heath. This totally contradicts Cllr Artus’ The trial of RNP1 provides insufficient information
statement that “Hatfield Heath will experience less flight given the limited number of flights measured per day;
disturbance” this varies between 14 to only 4. Ryanair is not
participating in the trial and therefore further
Siting the Clacton flight path mid-way between the investigation is required before any serious consideration
villages will ensure that planes are flying over open can be given to its effectiveness at a major hub airport,
countryside and avoiding populated areas. With the especially one where its largest operator is not obliged to
Egyptian air disaster in mind, this would also be the safer conform to its use.
option if a plane experienced difficulties. It must also be
stressed that Stansted Airport is used as this country’s If this scheme goes ahead without the identified changes,
secure holding area by special services/forces for it will have a long lasting, irretrievable and detrimental
sensitive and terrorist related flights. effect upon village life and dire consequences for all of
the residents of Hatfield Heath.
In addition siting the Clacton air flight path at this mid-
point between the villages will lessen air pollution over John G. Brewer
populated areas, reduce noise and negate any safety
issues. If this cleaner and safer alternative route is to be Dover
given serious consideration then the Stansted
Environmental Issues Group must be totally independent
and represent the views of all of the villages affected by
the revised flight path. It must mount a serious campaign
to achieve an outcome that meets all villager’s
expectations, and if required continue on until our
requirements are meet.

The slightly tighter turning gradient required to fly the Clacton
suggested mid-point is no more difficult than that
experienced at most international airports around the
world today when avoiding populated areas or areas
where obstacles or no fly zones exist. LaGuardia Airport,
New York and Reagan National Airport, Washington DC
are two examples where planes have to execute a number
of difficult manoeuvres and tighter turns than will be
required to fly the mid-point between the two villages.

Any revised flight path must also be narrowed to a

maximum of 300m each side of the central flight line and

not left at its current width of 1500m. The Federation

Aviation Authority (FAA) in the USA has successfully

implemented this narrower flight path at Logan Airport in

Boston. This should therefore be possible for Stansted £6With one month per page plus
Airport flightpaths. In addition Stansted Airport has the
longest runway in this country, earlier take offs on the space to record appointments each day
runway would enable manoeuvring and turning
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runway, but would be less fuel efficient. All of today’s


15094 Aug 16 Captain's log
Yet another fantastic season raced by, this time in
HUTLEY ELECTRICAL LTD division 1 on Saturdays (after being champions of
division 2 last year), with Sunday friendlies as
DOMESTIC & INDUSTRIAL usual. The goal in the league was simply to avoid
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS relegation. We started with a couple of close
defeats, including at Matching Green who were the
reigning champions. The manner of these close
games gave us hope that we were very worthy of
our place in the top division, and the spirit in the
team was always great. This led to us winning 4 in
the first half of the season. It was brilliant to have
Jake Chapman back this year, whose batting has
come on so much, and his unique style of fielding is
always something to behold! Him and Michael
Collins had a few cracking partnerships which
really took the game away from Birchanger and
Hockerill in particular.
The second half of the season had a few absentees,
which stretched our already wafer thin squad. The
most notable absentee was our Rolls Royce player
Raji George, away for 4 games while he went back
to India. This actually ended up being a great time
for the team, winning 3 of the 4 that he was gone,
with everyone stepping up their games. Most
importantly, we had a new arrival, Mr Dan Bennett,
who not only cemented his position as the best
fielder at the club, he’s probably the best fielder in
the history of cricket.

Hutley Electrical offers a full range of We were the ones winning the crucial close games
Electrical Services and has been during the second half of the season – famous
established for over 20 years. victories over Matching Green and Stansted, plus a
From House re-wires to Industrial/ great game at home to Birchanger, probably our
Commercial projects we pride ourselves favourite opponents of the year in terms of the spirit
on offering a competent, polite, tidy of the game. We finished the league comfortably
professional service and endeavour to and pleasingly in fifth position.
work with the minimum of disruption to
you wherever possible. Sundays were great fun as always. It was a mixed
bag in terms of matches – some oppositions were
**We are a full member of the NICEIC pretty poor but we were generally still able to
and have been for many years.** manufacture a decent game. We did, however, have
some superb matches. I scored 100 exactly in a tight
Call Bob now for a free quotation game against Sheering. This club high score lasted
TEL: 01279 722 351 or all of one week as Tom Mascall and Ray Rearden
MOBILE: 07774 941 668 smashed Woodcutters all over the outrageously fast
Heath outfield the following week in an astonishing
game containing 608 runs – surely a Heath record.
10 years ago, 150 was a decent score! Peter Graves
is turning the pitch into a road - adding to the other
road on the outfield.

15032 Dec 2015 16

I think my favourite match this year was against the 01279 898 953 15106 Aug 2016
joyous folk of Clavering. We batted first and
collapsed against the might of their bowling attack – 15062 March 2016
a 12 year old took 5 wickets including myself. We
looked dead and buried until I brought on our very 15078 May 2016
own 12 year olds Francis and Matt, who took the
crucial wickets as we had an unlikely 12 run victory.

Just a few more highlights that stick in the mind: The
best league bowling figures came from Oscar Nisbet,
who took 4 wickets with 4 beamers!

Also, the moment at Great Canfield when the umpire
was just getting ready to raise his arms for 6 and
Matt ‘Dietmar’ Harman nonchalantly stuck his hand
out for catch of the season.

And my final highlight was just Malcolm Wright.
Not just for his beautiful left arm tweakers, but
taking over from the retired Tim Mascall as the
club’s entertainer. We desperately hope that Tim will
continue to play the odd game here and there though.

Huge thanks to Teresa Mascall for doing the best
teas – we are eternally grateful. Also, congratulations
to Marks Welby and Taylor for getting the youth
cricket restarted, with great success. I look forward
to next season already.
Mark Graves

If you'd like to get involved with the club, you'd be
more than welcome. Just give me a call on
07999 416 424.

From a house in Sheering Road, Hatfield Heath
opposite Pond Lane, a sit on tractor lawn mower
was stolen from the garage, the mower had a flat
battery so didn't start, the thief would have had to
roll it out and get it on some kind of low loader they
also left the part behind which actually collects the

John Deere, x140 Tractor mower

The crime has been reported to the police and
owners still have a spare key for the mower .
This incident happened about 20th October, the
thief broke the garage door!

Tel .07515 649 669

A few Dates From the


Meetings are every 4th Wednesday
At the Hatfield Heath Village Hall at 7.45pm
Nov. 25th. The Chelsea Flower Show and .Beyond

Adam Woolcott and Jonathan Smith

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15019 Dec 15

Children’s Harvest Collection.

They so Kindly all collected up a variety
of goods, we were doing our best to fill a
trolley of shopping to donate to the
Harlow food bank.

The families responded so generously and we
delivered 2 very large boxes of goods to the depot.

Harlow food bank responded with a lovely message
of gratitude to the children.

15037 Jan 2016 Thank


Dear Readers
I would like to thank all the people who helped
me on the morning of Sunday 8 November. I was
walking my 10 month old boxer puppy on her lead
along the Matching Road and had just gone past the
entrance to Barkers Lane. Suddenly two dogs came
running towards me from the Barkers Lane entrance,
a Doberman with a pink collar and a small terrier
type dog. They were off lead and no owner could be
seen! The small dog tried to attack my puppy on
more than one occasion. There were several people
walking back from the memorial service on the
Heath and they formed a blockade which protected
us. I have no idea what I would have done without
their help as I could not hold onto my dog and fend
off the other two. We were also on the pavement
beside the road.

I would also like to urge the owners of these two
dogs to keep them under control, not only could they
have hurt my puppy but as they were loose they
could also have caused a road accident.

Thank you again to everyone who helped me.

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2 19:45 Leisure Hour with Christmas Carols VILLAGE HALL 730 544 LEISURE HOUR
with seasonal refreshments URC INSTITUTE 730 544 730 465
4 19:00 Friday Club URC PRE-SCHOOL Hatfield Broad Oak
6 08:00 Holy Communion 1662 HT (2 -5 years)
730 354 01371 872 550
09:30 Christingle Service HT
10:30 Family Gift Service with Rev Sam URC LITTLE FRIENDS TALKING NEWSPAPERS
14:00 Messy Church URC Mother,Baby and Toddler 01279 651 270
18:00 Service at The Close Group
18:30 Evensong HT OR 01279 653 925
7 12:00 for 12:30 Luncheon Club Christmas
Thur 9.45am term time SECRETARY U.R.C.
Lunch URC Village Hall - Betty Bennett.. 01279 508 455
9 10:30 Holy Communion The Close
11 19:00 Friday Club URC Michelle: 07762 083 355
12 Christmas Lunch MS H
Elle: 07976 592 364 HEALTH WALK
10:00-16:00 Christmas Tree Festival HT
Mincepies, teas and coffees I HATFIELD HEATH

13 09:30 Holy Communion HT URC Friday 10am outside
10:30 Family Service followed by lunch FRIDAY CLUB (7-12 yrs) Broomfield Surgery 731 434
16:00 Pre-school Carols White Horse 739 218 HEALTH WALK
11:00-16:00 Christmas Tree Festival HT
Mincepies, teas and coffees I JO JINGLES LITTLE HALLINGBURY

20 08:00 Holy Communion – 1662 HT (6 mths - 7years) 868 410 Monday 10.30am Village Car
09:30 Matins HT
10:30 Service of Lessons and Carols URC Park
16:00 Service of Lessons and Carols HT
18:00 Service at The Close SCHOOL FOOTBALL The new leader Is Mr. G.

22 18:30 Carol;s at The Haven CLUB Barron. 01279 899 451
19:45 Carols at The Close SCOUTS
812 586
16:00 Candlelight Service HT CUBS Chris Hancock FARMERS MARKET
Followed by mincepies and mulled
wine I 731 646 07956 563 710
BROWNIES 734 391
08:00 Holy Communion 1662 SUNDAY CLUB KEEP FIT FOR OVER 50S
09:30 Joint Family Communion at HT 9.30am Holy Trinity Village Hall
NO URC SERVICE 730 288 Weds 9.30am 07776 221 975

27 09:30 Holy Communion HT KARATE 445 539
10:30 Family Service URC
29 10:30 Holy Communion at The Haven
01992 575 679 Village Hall
H-Village Hall / CR-Committee Room H /
HT-Holy Trinity Church / URC-United Reform Fridays 10.30- 11.30 am
Church / I-Institute / S-School
BRIDGE CLUB 723 948 Tamara 07738 421 311
TUESDAYS 9.30am - 11am OPEN COFFEE 730 425 Village Hall

MORNING AT Mon and Friday 9.15am-10am

Men and women of all ages &
INSTITUTE 730288 shapes
07775 663 742


For all Senior Citizens 01279 443 181


Michelina 07786 341 754 WATCH
Paula O'Sullivan 730 281
SPANISH LANGUAGE [email protected]

Ann Whale 01279 731 288

724 833
730 212 730 539


HEATH PLAYERS Men and women of all ages

Mark Ratcliff 503 174 Uttlesford Badger Group Derek Barry
Chrissie Richards 864 536

HISTORY SOCIETY (on call 24/7 )01279 503332

Ivan Cooper 730 275 Home 07941185171 Mbl


730 042


CHOIR 730 390


Parish Council -
URC Hall Wed 7.30pm
9th December Village Magazine - view past 27 issues
Parish Clerk - Ernie Fenwick.................. 730 770
Email : ............. [email protected]
Eden Surgery Websites
Mark Lemon Chairman ........................... 730 581
(District Councillor) (Repeat prescriptions can be applied for on these sites)
Vice Chairman -David Parish ................... 730 573 Broomfields
Robert Jones................................................ 730 741 Broad
Gary Waller................................................ 739 345
Susanna Wood........................................... 730 806
Colin Skyrme............................................. 730 480
Matt Richards.............................................. 731 180 H. H.Football
Ian Fitzgerald .............................................. 730 036
Mark Bissell ................................................ 730 376 H.H. Cricket Club:


David. N. Parish 730 573 Parish Council

Visits Fortnightly on Wednesdays
PCSO Simon Horne Broomfields Arrives Leaves
Email:[email protected] The Close 14.45 15.35
Essex Police Non Emergency.................101 The Heath 15.40 16.00
Emergency ............................................. 999 16.05 16.35

DOCTORS Broomfields........................ 01279 730 616 MAGAZINE DETAILS
DOCTOR Broad Oak............................ 01279 718 245
DOCTOR Sawbridgeworth.................. 01279 603 180 Deadline
THE SAMARITANS.......................... 01920 464 099

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

HOLY TRINITY Bruno Wed16th
Vicarage Office....................................... 01279 730 288 Barbara December
Eileen Ashworth ..................................... 01279 730 610
Diane Barnett .- PCC Secretary............... 01279 730 425

URC Rev Sam - Phone........................... 01279 453 781 Email :- [email protected]
URC Secretary - Betty Bennett.............. 01279 508 455
Village Volunteers when you need help..07944 748 478 Send your letters /articles/ reports /photographs, by hand, CD, or

Green Garden Waste email - [email protected].

Skip Diary If posting or delivering by hand you can send direct to me :-

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Bruno’s Mobile Phone number 07768 606 309

Treasurer: - Mel Sullivan 01279 731 434

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Secretary: - Jean Clarke 01279 730 667

Chairman - Brendan Carrig

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Hatfield Heath

Are Available for COUNCIL MEETING

Children’s Parties MINUTE
Small tables and chairs now available
Cllr Mark Lemon (ML), (Chairman), Cllrs Ian Fitzgerald
Celebrations (IF), Bob Jones (BJ), David Parish (DP),
Matt Richards (MR),Colin Skyrme (CS), Gary Waller (GW)
including In attendance: Clerk to the Council Ernie Fenwick, and 9
members of the public
Wedding Receptions
Classes etc., etc.,
The Chairman welcomed everyone present and
PREFERENTIAL RATES opened the meeting.
The following items were raised by members of
AND ·   Planning Application for 7 new houses in
Friars Lane. All houses are bungalows or chalet
LOCAL RESIDENTS bungalows and low height.
·   40 mph speed limit from the eastern edge
For Details Telephone of village on the A1060 to Sparrow Lane
01279 730 544
Registered Charity No. 268367 Cllr Mark Bissell (MB), family illness. ML sent best
wishes from the parish council to the family.
15004 Dec 2015 1515. MINUTES OF LAST MEETING

The minutes of the Parish Council Meeting of 14th
October were signed as a true record of the

ML is a district councillor. DP is a member of the
Tenants Forum.
IF declared a pecuniary interest in Item 1522
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party range), single event
John Mitchell the CEO of Uttlesford District portable and disabled units
Council is retiring at the end of the year and available for hire.
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November Your local service provider for all liquid waste
1519. CLERKS REPORT: removal, including cesspits and septic tanks
Matters from last meeting and Action Register
1508/02 Cricket Field cutting regime. Letter Visit
or call 01279 504 638
written to HHCC. Response from
Chairman circulated to members. HHCC 15013 Dec 15
will be reseeding areas of the cricket
field. .......Matching Neighbours.......
1508/03 Closing of road across cricket field.
Letter written to HHCC. Response from Dog Walking/Day Care, Cat Feeding Garden
Chairman circulated to members. All
members have been told that it is illegal Maintenance, Home Watch Visits Contact
to close the road without permission
1510/01 Local Bus Review Questionnaire not at ‘The Neighbours’ Est’d in 2000
Post Office
1510/02 Casual Vacancy notice for magazine Ask us to look after your pets for regular or one-off
1510/03 Chase ECC Highways for designs for dog walks and general pet care.Plants watered, house
Stortford Road/ Sawbridgeworth Rd
1510/04 Queens 90th Birthday calls & checks. Local residents since 1999
1510/05 WPC First Responders contact details to Fully insured - References provided.
1510/06 Victim Support Service Phone Robert & Andrew on 01279 731 537 or
1510/06 Victim Support Service CS CLOSED Email: [email protected]

Correspondence 15061 Mar 2016
i. Highways Issues
ii. Church Road Quotation LONDON & ESSEX
iii. Stortford Road maintenance works MAINTENANCE LTD
iv. Rural Vulnerability – Fuel poverty
v. Village Hall Management Committee Ÿ
vi. Allotments

vii. Injury sustained after fall outside The Stag

viii. Planning Control Enforcement
ix. Hatfield Heath Police Station
x. Hatfield Heath Cricket Club
xi. Equal Opportunity and Diversity Policy
xii. Precept setting dates

Meetings & Training

i. RCCE Christmas coffee morning 14 Dec Ÿ
10-12noon RCCE Feering Ÿ Oil Fired Appliances Ÿ Oil Heating Systems

1520. CHAIRMANS REPORT Ÿ Oil Boiler Breakdown Ÿ Repairs & Servicing

ML & CS met with the Pyle family regarding land Ÿ Oil Boiler Installations Ÿ Commissioning
they own in Hatfield Heath. They intend to
Ÿ Oil Tank Ÿ Replacement
attend the council meeting in December to
explain further their proposals Ÿ FREE QUOTATIONS /
Essex Hunt have asked for permission to hold a
meet on 12th December. The meet organised FOR INSTANT SERVICE PLEASE
CALL: 01277 369 709
last year was a success with no reported
problems. Approved. 30 Rodney Road, Ongar, Essex CMS 9HN

The Friday Club wish to build a Christmas display

on the Village Green opposite the White Horse

and asked for permission. Approved

Continued on next page............. email: [email protected]

23 15113 Oct 16

.....................Continued From Previous page

Renewable Energy Solutions

of Sawbridgeworth 1521. FINANCIAL REPORT:

Design and Installation of Solar PV Systems The Budget proposal has been circulated and was
Tel: 01279 912 626 [email protected] proposed by DP seconded by GW and
approved. The precept was set at £41000 which
Certificate Number is a substantial increase. There will be an
NAP 16782 article placed in the Village Magazine to explain
Solar PV the reasons for this increase. The decision on

15016 Feb 16 the breakdown of grants will be considered in

Bank Balance after the authorisation of the
following payments £24460.58

i. Ewart PriceAllotment Legal fees 640.00

ii. AE Hockley & Son Barkers Lane Maintenance

iii. AK Faux Wildlife Area 600.00

iv. Hatfield Heath URC Hall hire 362.25

v. J Kenney Rural Verges 796.60

vi. Town Farm Allotments 40.0

vii. E Fenwick Website Maintenance 20.00

viii. Clerk Expenses 89.77

ix. Staff Salaries


Clerk asked for a member of the council to be appointed

as a signatory to replace Suzanna

Wood who has resigned as a councillor. It was agreed the
IF be appointed a signatory. Clerk to Organise


a. Decisions by UDC Planning Dept.

b. Applications
i. Land at Friars Lane Hatfield Heath;

UTT/15/3109/FUL; Erection of 7 no. dwellings
including new road and associated landscaping.
The property is in Metropolitan Green Belt and is
outside the village development envelope. Some
members of the council are concerned at the
width of Friars Lane, although Essex CC highways
have not objected.

15007 January 2016


The Parish Council are consistent in their Chelmsford Road, Hatfield Heath, CM22 7BQ
objection to any development in the
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Metropolitan Green Belt and outside of
the village development envelope
although we DECEMBER DATES!!!!

recognise that there is a need within the Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd December
village for smaller houses. OBJECTION on
the Soul Motown and Party. £34 Per Person

grounds of development in the Monday 7th Tuesday 8th Wednesday 9th
Metropolitan Green Belt and outside of Soul Motown and Party. £34 Per Person
the village Thursday 10th December
Soul, Motown and party! £35 Per Person
development envelope with the rider that Monday 14th Tuesday 15th December
we do consider that there is a need for Soul Motown and Party. £34 Per Person
Wednesday 16th December
smaller houses within the village. Soul Motown and Party. £36 Per Person
Thursday 17th December
IF left the meeting
All era music from our live band Cliché with a comedy act from
ii. 19 Cox Ley Hatfield Heath; Phil Lowen.
UTT/15/3190/FUL; Demolition of existing
garage and shed. £40 Per Person
Monday 21st Tuesday 22nd
Proposed two storey side and single Soul Motown and Party. £34 Per Person
storey rear extensions and alterations to
existing Beauty Lodge Leisure Club

detached dwelling, including addition of Spa Days/Spa Weekends Fully equipped Gym,
porches and changes to fenestration, to Indoor Heated Pool,
form two semi-detached dwellings. Massage/Facials Sauna, Jacuzzi
Creation of new access. There has been
no significant amendment since the last Cosmetic Treatments and Steam Room
application which was refused. OBJECT
on previous reasons. Manicure/Pedicure No Joining Fee,

IF rejoined the meeting Reiki/Sports Clinic please bring

c. Appeals Waxing/Threading this advert with you

i. Sunnymead, Ardley End, Hatfield Heath; & much, much more
UTT/15/0796/HHF; Proposed single
storey rear extension: APPEAL ALLOWED Call Lesley now on
01279 730 549

No election has been called for therefore we must
co-opt a councillor onto the Parish Council as

soon as possible. Chris Overton has expressed an
interest in becoming a councillor. Clerk to

arrange interviews with interested parties before
the December meeting
Following the resignation of Suzanna Wood, the

Parish Council needs a replacement representative

on the Village Hall Management Committee. ML

proposed CS. Unanimously agreed

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PLUMBER .....................Continued From Previous page
Bathroom & Kitchen Design and Installation
All plumbing repairs & Installations 1524. HIGHWAYS
Unvented Systems/Drainage
Joe Williams a. Update on Highways Issues
07957 356506 – 01279 731727
[email protected] Extending the 40 mph speed limit from the
eastern edge of the village. GW wants to see the
15095 Aug 2016 police report on the fatal accident to see what
the cause of the accident was. Clerk to contact
Essex police regarding Fatal and Injury
Dunmow Road footpath surface is in a
deplorable condition and needs to be resurfaced.
Clerk to write to Essex Highways.
M11 junction 7a. This is a worry as the traffic
flow will increase through the village. BJ
suggests writing to several local councils as this
will cause a shortcut to the airport. Clerk to write
to local adjacent parish clerks and ask for their
council support.

BJ raised the issue of footpath 12 crossing the
Village Green as it may provide access for future
development to the land behind Dunmow Road.
Clerk to write to SB again.

Open Tues - Thurs 9 am-5 pm 1526. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND DIVERSITY
Fri 9 am-6 pm POLICY
Sat 9am-4pm The Clerk has circulated an Equal Opportunity
and Diversity Policy. MR proposed it be adopted
and it was unanimously adopted by the council.

Clerk has prepared the lease documents for the
plot holders and they have been passed to the
Allotment Association for signature.
Plots will be assigned on Monday 16th November
at 8pm in The Close Community Room. ML or
DP will attend


15107 Dec 15 CS reported that he had a meeting with Essex






07974 766 108


Service Delivery Manager at Ingatestone. Given T: 01279 730 343 M: 07889 413773
the reduction in Police Services an appropriate Chesnut Drive Hatfield Heath
response would be to provide an active victim
support service. Hunters Meet have offered the
use of a meeting room to provide a safe area for 15092 July 2016
the support volunteers to meet with the victims.
Meetings must always take place before 6pm. State Registered Chiropodist
Victim Support do not operate on a village by
village basis but we would be probably linked Home Visiting Practice
with Dunmow and Chelmsford. Training would be
provided which is 8 hours online training Mrs. Julie Golden S.R.Ch.
followed by a 4 day block of training. Approved
by the council. CS to proceed Est. 1994

1529. WILDLIFE AREA 01279 873 492
Nothing further to report until the spring.
The proposal for the purchase of a flail mower A professional service at a competitive rate
was discussed but not approved.
15086 Dec 2016
All flooding in Stortford Road appears to be In a Frame
solved. Flooding occurs in Dunmow Road
opposite Picture Framing and Art Supplies

Lea Hall Farm and is due to blockage in the drain under F19 Allen House Business Centre, The Maltings, Station Rd
the road. ML to visit site with BJ
1531. PURCHASE OF DEFIBRILLATOR Telephone 01279 260 069
CS proposed that we purchase a Public Access
Defibrillator to be positioned in a suitable place. Framing for pictures, photographs, prints, posters,
The doctors surgery practice manager has been objects and memorabilia.
helpful. Sited centrally and it could be adjacent
to the Parish Notice Board with permission from Canvas stretching and needlework lacing
Greene King who own The White Horse. The Sports shirt framing
price of the equipment and cabinet is £1945 plus
VAT including a training fee of £350. Access to We now stock a good selection of Daler-Rowney art materials
the cabinet would be given by a code from the including stretched canvas, canvas panels, brushes, paints, papers
Ambulance service to a volunteer. ML raised the
issue that 999 calls in Hampshire have been & easels as well as Screen Print Kits,
affected because where a defibrillator was in Lino Cutting Sets & DAS Modelling Clay
response to the call was given a lower priority. 15109 Oct 15
CS thought that if a defibrillator were installed it
may generate First Responders. BJ suggested
that the Ambulance Service could attend a

meeting in January or February. ML thanked CS
for his hard work in researching this issue.


BJ asked everyone to respond to the
consultation. Council approved the letters to
Ryanair, Irish
Airports Authority, Rt. Hon. Sir Alan Haselhurst
MP. Still waiting for the Davis Commission



Stansted Airport. Broadband.

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18th November (Local Plan) 9th December 13th January Chesnut Drive Hatfield Heath
15092 July 2016

Remembrance Sunday

Brian Bland in Gurkha uniform

Steve Foster reading
names on war memorial

Armistice day with Hatfield Heath primary
school children photos courtesey of
Terry Jameson


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