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August 2016

Hatfield Heath Village Magazine August 2016

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A u g u s t 2016 THE MAGAZINE THAT KEEPS YOU IN TOUCH Est. 1893

Hello Hatfield Heath! My name is Dawn Jewson and I am the new Church of England
vicar for this village and for our neighbours down the road in Sheering.
My family and I moved into the Vicarage in Broomfields in late June. Previously we
lived in Ealing, West London, for 30+ years and, although Ealing is renowned for being
a ‘leafy suburb’, it can’t lay claim to much in the way of fields or country lanes, so there
has been much excitement in the family about the move! My previous church, where I
was curate, was right on the high street in Southall, an area sometimes known as ‘Little
India’, so the church context couldn’t be more different too.
I am originally a Lancashire lass, husband Andrew is from Deal in Kent – we met while
working in IT in London’s Covent Garden - and our son Will was born and bred in West
London. My background is in European languages, education and IT training, Andrew is
an IT project manager working for HM Treasury in Westminster, and Will is studying
Industrial Design at Loughborough University. Our cat Tiger is ginger and white, very
cute and VERY naughty - but of course that’s his job.

My first priority as vicar is to get to know as many people as possible in the two

communities, to hear about people’s concerns and their joys, and to see where we as the

church can offer help, support and love. I know that both churches (St Mary’s in Sheering

and Holy Trinity in Hatfield Heath) are popular for weddings, christenings and Christmas

services, but please know that we are here for you when life is difficult or challenging too.

I can say from personal experience that the church community here is warm and welcoming.

I’d love to meet you personally, perhaps over a tea or coffee, so do get in touch if you’d like to have a chat. Or just

hang onto my contact details for the right moment!

With every blessing,

'Our new vicar, Revd Dawn Jewson was licensed by the Bishop

Dawn of Chelmsford on 5th of July. She and her husband Andrew are

busy unpacking and settling into village life. We held a village

welcome supper for them on 9th July, hosted by Pam and Bob

Rev. Dawn Jewson Langman, when 65 villagers had an enjoyable evening with
Priest in Charge (Vicar) wonderful food all washed down with glasses of Pimm's. It was a
Holy Trinity, Hatfield Heath lovely sociable evening and the weather was kind to us too.

St Mary the Virgin, Sheering Look out for Dawn in the village and do say hello to her! '

Vicarage/Parish Office: 01279 730288 Eileen Ashworth
Dawn’s mobile: 07930 902507

Dawn’s email:[email protected]

Web : www.hatfield-heath.co.uk/magazine Email: [email protected]

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Talk on how to give your pet first aid
Thirty nine visitors were welcomed to the Pet Advice

Evening at the URC led by our local vet, Pauline
Sell.
Subjects covered were (1)Identification of Problems

(2) Wounds and Trauma
Chocolate, Grapes, Raisins, Slug bait, Onions, Garlic

and leeks can be poisonous to Dogs and Cats.
Slugs also cause lung-worm.

Ticks also are a problem to animals and can cause
Lyme disease. A tick twister is available for
careful use to remove them.

Lots of advice was given on how to deal with health
and accident emergencies.

Representatives from the Wallace dog rescue were
present and a lot of interest was shown.

The Evening proved to be a very worthwhile
occasion and appreciation was shown to
Pauline for her time and effort on this
project.

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15114 Oct 16 Advertising

Grass Cutting, Hedge Trimming, If you are interested in advertising in this
Planting, magazine please select from the following
options and email us with your choices.
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David Deacon Message to our Advertisers

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

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Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath, CM22 7DL

01279 730791 / 07833 300255

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Skin Tags

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Bishop’s Stortford 01279 654 555 Planter Wart

Edmonton 0208 807 3712 Electrolysis: Permanent hair removal

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716016 Dec 2016

Hatfield Heath Festival Classic Car Show

It’s hard to believe that a month has already
passed since this year’s festival, where has
the time gone? In just a few months it will be
time to start preparing for next years show!
We were absolutely delighted with the
attendance at this years show, with over 200
vehicles on display. Once again, we were
really lucky with the weather and this always
encourages more people to bring their cars
out. The variety in attendance was amazing
from a Fiat 500 to a Cadillac Fleetwood.
Thank you to all the exhibitors who put a lot
of time and effort into keeping their cars in
such pristine condition.

A very big thank you to our helpers Martin New at Escape
Lee, Duncan Larke and Cyril Lumley; they
were all up on the cricket pitch soon after Get ready for Summer
8.00am to help us, and the rest of the family, using Ultrasound Fat Buster!
set up and get the cars parked in the right
place. Without them it would have made Ultrasound is a low risk treatment to help melt and
things a lot harder. destroy stubborn fatty areas. Once fat is destroyed
It was really nice to see so many people the fat cells would be metabolised and excreted
walking round the car show area, it must through your body’s own lymphatic system.
have been a record attendance. Fantastic for stubborn areas which exercise and diet
never seem to conquer!
For best results a course of 10-12 treatments is
required depending on how severe the problem area
is.

The only complaint we heard at the end of G5 Anti-Cellulite
the day was that there was no ice cream van!
Hopefully, this is something that can be G5 anti-cellulite massage helps to smooth out and
remedied for next year; we are looking improve the appearance of cellulite on the thighs and
forward to it already. buttocks. For best results a minimum of six
treatments is required.
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The BYAS Sensation Face Lifter

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Design and Installation of Solar PV Systems of Sawbridgeworth

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

Certificate Number
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15016 Feb 16

In a Frame

Picture Framing and Art Supplies

F19 Allen House Business Centre, The Maltings, Station Rd

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

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

Canvas stretching and needlework lacing
Sports shirt framing

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

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

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

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

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Hatfield Heath Moat Field Allotment
Association
&
One full size plot available. 230
INSTITUTE square metres.

Are Available for £35 payable to cover until March 2018.
Water supply free.
Children’s Parties
Apply : Frank Walsh 01279 730512.
Small tables and chairs now available
Flexible Travelling Tutor
Celebrations
Does your child need: - Help with Maths or English? -
including A confidence boost or to improve their levels?

Wedding Receptions I can help!

Classes etc., etc., Experienced teacher in both private and state schools,
from Reception to Year 6.
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AND
TREE SERVICES
LOCAL RESIDENTS
• Felling • Pruning • Shaping
For Details Telephone
• Reduction • Thinning • Stump Removal
01279 730 544
Registered Charity No. 268367 Hedge cutting and shaping
Free no obligation quotes
16005 Dec 2016
Tel: 07940 231 964 or 01279 730 659
Email: [email protected]

15070 April 2016

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

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

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

16008 Dec 16

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

Dog Walking/Day Care, Cat Feeding Garden

Maintenance, Home Watch Visits Contact

‘The Neighbours’ Est’d in 2000

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

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

15061 Mar 2016

15037 Jan 2016

11 16021 Dec 16

AUGUST Chesnut Drive Hatfield Heath

7th 08.00 Holy Communion 1662 HT
09.30 Family Service HT

10.30 Family Service with Communion URC
Rev J Buxton

18.30 Evensong HT
10th 10.30 Holy Communion at The Close
14th 09.30 Holy Communion HT

10.30 Family Service URC
D Swindale

21st 08.00 Holy Communion 1662 HT
09.30 Matins HT
10.30 Family Service URC
G Amphlett

28th 09.30 Holy Communion HT
10.30 Family Service URC

30th 10.30 Holy Communion The Haven

H-Village Hall / CR-Committee Room H / HT-Holy
Trinity Church / URC-United Reform Church / I-
Institute / S-School

Sponsored Cycle

10 September Ride and Stride

Supporting Essex Churches
(Holy Trinity and URC).
10.00-18.00

Sponsored by Friends of Essex Churches.

Weekend garden waste skip service

Week 1 - the weekend following a black lidded bin
collection

Hatfield Heath Broomfields
Sunday 13:30 - 14:30

Week 2 - the weekend following a green lidded bin
collection

Hatfield Heath Ardley Crescent
Sunday 13:30-14:30

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

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

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NEXT PARISH COUNCIL MEETING MOBILE LIBRARY

URC Hall Wed 10 August 7.30pm Visits Fortnightly on Wednesdays
www.hatfieldheath.com
Broomfields Arrives Leaves
PARISH COUNCIL The Close 14.45 15.35
Parish Clerk - Ernie Fenwick.................. 730 770 The Heath 15.40 16.00
Email : ............. [email protected] 16.05 16.35

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

H.H. TENANTS FORUM MEMBER

David. N. Parish 730 573

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

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

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

its production works on a voluntary basis.

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

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IF YOU WANT TO VIEW
PAST MAGAZINES

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

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

Conversions, Bathrooms, Kitchens
Plastering, Brickwork, Decorating

15018 December 2015

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01279 882 822

For over 30 years we have been
carrying out local, national and
overseas relocations for personal
and business clients. We
understand that everyone's move is
different and that is why we tailor
our service to each individual
customers needs.
Kings Removals was set up as and still
runs as a family business today. Great emphasis is put on customer
satisfaction and this is why a high percentage of our work comes from
recommendations and repeat business.

www.kingsremovals.co.uk

16003 Dec 2016

1616004 Dec 2016

HEALTH WALK

Fridays 10am outside the surgery in
Broomfields.

Monday 10.30 Little Hallingbury Village
Car Park

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

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

Classes on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings.

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

www.empowerpilatesessex.co.uk

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

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

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

• Wall coverings and wall paper hung FREE QUOTATIONS /

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

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

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

1716014 Dec 16 16113 Oct 16

August at the Gardens of THE HUNDRED PARISHES SOCIETY
Easton Lodge
During the 18th century those with extensive estates
August’s open day on Sunday 21st sees a special developed a passion for large scale landscape
Pirate Trail for our younger visitors with quizzes improvement and 2016 marks the tercentenary of
and challenges; though as ever there will be plenty the birth of Lancelot “Capability” Brown. He is
for everyone to enjoy. This is also the month when remembered for his involvement in over 170 parks
the Italian Garden is at its best and well worth a across the country, many of which still survive. An
visit. astute project manager, he was nicknamed
There are guided tours at 12.30pm & 2.30pm which "Capability" because he would convince his clients
cover all aspects of the garden's history and there that their estate had capability for improvement.
will be a selection of craft stalls on site in August. He had an effective team of contractors who were
Bacon rolls and cheese rolls will be on sale at able to implement his recommendations, many
“Daisy’s” until 2.15pm with hot and cold drinks requiring reconfiguration of lakes and substantial
and delicious homemade cakes available until plantings of trees. Brown’s skill was to reshape these
4.30pm. parks and gardens from formal geometric plots into
more natural pastoral scenes, creating the vision of
We welcome people to bring their own picnics and the English countryside we know today. His local
now have picnic benches in the walled garden commissions included the wonderful grounds at
especially for visitors to use. Audley End House.
Brown was also involved at Hatfield Forest, which is
Gates open at 11.30am and the gardens close at well worth a visit at any time of the year. This
5pm with last entry at 4pm. Entrance is only £4.00 August, to help commemorate Brown’s actual
for adults and children come in free of charge birthday, there is the added attraction of 18th-
making it a very affordable day out, especially for century themed teas!
families. Dog lovers are reminded that their pets We are fortunate that the local area also includes
are more than welcome as long as they are kept on some wonderful private gardens which are holding
a lead. open days in the coming month.  Details of these
and other opportunities for days out can be found
If you need further information then please get in on the What’s On page of our website:
touch on 01371 876979 (unattended but if you leave www.hundredparishes.org.uk.
a message we will get back to you), Tricia Moxey, Trustee

[email protected] or visit
www.eastonlodge.co.uk.

Your Friendly
Local Electrician

Sockets to Full rewire
Electrical testing& certificates

This month we were saddened to learn that one of the Fault finding & maintenance
bridges we replaced last October on Footpath 47 has Fully qualified
been vandalised. Four of the planks have been
removed and taken away and several others have been Call Mark on
partially raised or have had nails removed. 07785 221004 or 01371 876552

Please can you let us know 15097 July 16
if you spot any damage
around the footpath network Fed up with
so that we can report it to
the authorities and make any moss and weed? Lawn Treatment Service
necessary repairs.
I offer:-
Stella and Ian Hughes •Regular lawn feeds
•Weed and moss treatment
Email: [email protected] •Aeration
•Scarifying

CALL ANDREW NOW FOR A
FREE LAWN SURVEY

07791 128 399

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18 16010 - Dec 2016

16012a Dec 16 Heath Players

Heath Players Reading
The readings start at 7.30 pm at The
Bungalow, Dunmow Road, Hatfield Heath).

To find out more
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Hatfield Heath, published several books and leaflets

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

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

Contact John Sly 01279 731319
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BRIDGE IS FUN
Hatfield Heath Bridge Club

Learning bridge opens up a whole new world. It
keeps your brain active and introduces you to
many new friends.

Our relaxed and friendly classes are for two
hours and are a mix of tutorial and play with a

break for a drink, a biscuit and a chat.

“Beginners” Classes

Monday evenings starting 7.30 pm 19th
September 2016

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

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

Email: [email protected]

Call Bob now for a free quotation ♠♥♦♣
TEL: 01279 722 351 or
MOBILE: 07774 941 668 20

16022 Dec 2016

Hatfield Regis Local History
Society

President: William Gosling - Lord of the Manor

Hatfield Regis Local History Society

President: William Gosling - Lord of the Manor

Hatfield Regis Local History Society

The sound of a thunderous artillery barrage
from the Western Front faded into the
background as Pupils of Class Six from Hatfield
Heath Community School took their seats in the
Village Institute on 8th July. The occasion was
the fifth annual Essay Competition organised by
Hatfield Regis Local History Society and the
awards were presented during an exhibition
commemorating the centenary of World War 1
and the local men who lost their lives in it.

Judges were Ivan Cooper, Society Secretary and
Frank Walsh Vice-Chairman. Ivan said ‘The
imaginative response from all entries
demonstrated remarkable understanding to a
sensitive topic’.

There were three prize winners first Abigail,
whose entry was an exchange of letters between
wife and her husband serving in the trenches,
second Millie and third Grace. Also three
commendations were awarded to Jake, Scarlet
and Johanna.

Awards were presented by Sandra Saban Chair See the back page for colour photographs
of E Group the Royal British Legion and Vice- of the 4 day event held at the Institute in
Chairman of Hatfield Heath Parish Council
David Parish. Hatfield Heath.

Frank Walsh

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Aircraft Noise Village Handyman
The Parish Council wish to receive applications for
Our village has been badly affected by the the position of a Village Handyman. The extent of
doubling of traffic onto the Clacton route. The the work is varied and would generally only
transfer of flights and airspace changes means involve light manual work such as cutting back
it should be reviewed by NATS after 12 overgrown vegetation on footpaths, clearing bus
months. To ensure this happens it is important shelters, removing weeds from the village car park
that your views over the disturbance are etc. The hours are sporadic and on an as needs
recorded now and forwarded. The easiest way basis. Hourly rate and expenses will be paid.
to complain is by using the SSE website form
via this link Apply to [email protected] or
http://stopstanstedexpansion.com/noise 01279730770
complaint form.asp.
Theft outside the U.R.C
I keep a note or diary of noisy planes and then I would just like the express my disappointment at
complete the form (using auto fill) every week somebody or bodies from this village.
or so.
There was a Wedding at HH URC on Saturday the
You could send a letter or email to NATS or 18th of June a member of the Church (a pensioner)
the MP giving your concerns. I am thought it would be nice for the couple to have the
particularly disturbed by early morning outside of the Church looking nice so he cut the
flights that wake me up; an inability to hold a grass on the island outside the front of the church
conversation when planes are passing over (the council seem to forget this area all year) and
(even inside the house); the futility of placed a planted pot of Petunias on the front steps.
sitting in the garden for a quiet drink in
the evenings; the impossibility of Sometime between 4pm on the Friday and 8am on
following a phone conversation or a radio the Saturday some lovely person decided to
programme when planes are flying remove (steal) the petunias. If the person who took
overhead. These are my main gripes - you them has a conscience please return them or if
may have more or less, such as plane noise anyone has any information about this incident
during the Heath Players last production please report it to the local police
in the village hall, noise for school,
playgroup or nursery. Many Thanks
John Jackson (Member of URC)
Contacts:- Rt. Hon Sir Alan Hazelhurst
MP. WINDOW ON THE PAST

House of Commons, The A G M of the Hatfield Heath Association

London, SW1A 0AA on 26th November 1969 at the Institute.

NATS via A selection of Items on the Agenda !

[email protected] @The Service Road from the Post Office to the Fox
& Hounds
or write to NATS,4000 Parkway,
Whiteley, Fareham, Hants PO15 7FL (b)The formation of a Tennis Club.

Or pass complaints to the Parish Council (c) The link road from the A414 to by-pass
or Uttlesford District Council Sheering and connect with the new M11

Bob Jones tel. 730741 email motorway.
[email protected]
(d) The Maud Report on the future of Local
FOR MORE ABOUT THIS SUBJECT SEE Government
PAGE 27 FOR A REPORT FROM S.S.E

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1675. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
Cllrs Chris Overton (CO), family commitment, Ian Fitzgerald (IF), holiday

MINUTES OF LAST MEETING PARISH COUNCIL MEETING

HELD AT 7.30 PM ON Wednesday 13th July 2016 IN THE URC HALL, HATFIELD HEATH

PRESENT:

Cllr Mark Lemon (ML), (Chairman), Cllrs Mark Bissell (MB), Bob Jones (BJ), Geoff Owen (GO), David
Parish (DP), Nigel Robley (NR), Colin Skyrme (CS)
in attendance Clerk to the Council Ernie Fenwick and 4 members of the public.

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

There following items were raised by members of the public
• Parish Council thanked by the History Society for their assistance in the World War I exhibition but a little
disappointed on the number of councillors attending. 5 councillors attended
• Suggestion for safety improvements to the island outside The Stag for a wider path, remove the island and
supply a layby. Owner is currently unknown.
• Grass has been cut in Ardley End in front of Bentleys for the fun run and a request for more frequent cuts.
• Parish Plan to be on the website and when on the agenda Paula O’Sullivan to be notified.
• Horse rider signs is an ECC Highways concern
• Dead tree in Clipped Hedge
• Pile of rubbish has not been removed from the Open Space
• Painting of the footpath in the Village Car Park
• Objection to development of the football pitch. ML gave Parish Council response
• All footpaths from the Village Hall to Cox Ley, Broomfields and the surgery are very uneven and overgrown.
Clerk to raise with UDC
• Sawbridgeworth and Sheering Roads hedges and verges need cutting back

1676.

The minutes of the Parish Council of 8th June were signed as a true record of the meetings.

1677. DECLARATION OF MEMBERS INTERESTS:

• ML is a district councillor.

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

• CS declared a pecuniary interest in Item 1683 b(v) Planning Application

1. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON AGENDA ITEMS

• None

2. REPORTS TO / FROM COUNTY AND DISTRICT COUNCILLOR

ML attended a workshop on the Local Plan. 5 options for 4600 extra houses to be built by 2023
1. 2 settlements.
2. All to villages
3 2 main towns, Saffron Walden and Dunmow

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Parish Council Minutes continued:-
4. 2 main towns and Villages

5. Hybrid of all including Principal Villages.

Decided to recommend to option 5 to cabinet with 4 as a backup on 14th July with a submission in November and
adoption in December 2017

No alterations to the Metropolitan Green Belt

Principal Villages would take 200 and Hatfield Heath proportion would be around 15 or 16.

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

1511/08 Victim Support Service. Posters placed on Notice boards and Victim Support Man-

ager has given her support and an article has been published in the Village Magazine to

attract volunteers. CS

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

near to the Institute so that mains electricity can be used. Cost for a larger tree to be ascertained.

ALL

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

awaiting installation for more than a month. Clerk to place an advert in village magazine for a

village handyman EF

1604/04 Enforcement Notice at Nursery on the Heath. UDC planning have closed the case but it has

been re-opened by Enforcement department ML

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

providing a hatched area with footprints EF

Correspondence
i.Grass cutting damaging the cricket field. ML read out letter from Michael Briscoe Chairman of MGCC in response
to complaint.
ML closed the meeting to allow the MGCC President to answer questions. The Cricket Club have been investigating
levelling and reseeding the cricket field and also changing the mower. ML asked the Cricket Club to obtain
specialist advice as to the cause of the ridging and report back to the council. It would not be reasonable at present to
ask the cricket club to cease cutting but perhaps allow the grass to grow slightly longer to see if that helps. Agreed to
have a joint working group to meet and try to obtain a solution and report back before the August meeting. Working
group to be ML, CS, NR, BJ.ML re-opened the meeting

Ii Passenger Transport Customer Survey
Iii. Parish Council submission to M11 J 7a consultation
Iv. Police Partnership document
V. Alleged breach of planning control – Claremont, Sheering Road

vi.Hatfield Heath War Memorial cleaning
vii.Overgrown verge Village Green / Ardley End / Matching Road has been cut by John Kenney
viii.Parish Book Token Grant. Decision to be taken at next meeting
ix.Alleged breach of planning control –The Old Barn, Dunmow Road.

x.Revision to Planning Application forms
xi.National Allotments Society newsletter
xii.Town / Parish Forum 18.45 Monday 10 October
xiii.Hatfield Heath traffic flow survey
xiv.Rural Services Network News digest
xv.Highway Information map. To be placed on the website
xvi.Hatfest Animal welfare concerns. Forwarded to the Hatfest committee for their information

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……Continued From Previous Page

Meetings & Training
i. UALC AGM Thurs 30 June 8pm Stansted Day Centre

1. CHAIRMANS REPORT

• ML warmly thanked MB and his committee for the excellent Hatfest festival and was extremely
well attended. MB also wished to thank all the volunteers who helped to make the festival such a
success. DP also added his thanks for the best attended to the festival.

• ML thanked the history society for their World War I display which was very well organised and
the performance by the Heath Players was very moving.

• ML received an unsolicited vote of thanks for the allotments which are very well maintained.

• There will be a tree planting at Moat Field at 10.30-11.30am tomorrow for National Affordable
Housing Week

2. FINANCIAL REPORT:
Bank Balance after the authorisation of the following payments £25984.09

Hatfield Heath 1st Responders Defibrillator 770.00
Cabinet 340.00
Hatfield Heath 1st Responders 796.60
105.00
J Kenney Services Rural Verge Cutting 66.00
66.00
PlaySafety Ltd Play Area Inspection
20.00
D Parish Allotment Keys 45.44

RCCE Membership

E Fenwick Website Maintenance

Clerk Expenses

Staff Salaries

HMRC PAYE

DP and CS to authorise

3. PLANNING MATTERS

a. Decisions by UDC Planning Dept.
i. Chadwell Chelmsford Road; UTT/16/1452/HHF; Proposed single storey rear extension and
raising of roof including the addition on front dormer (re-submission of previously approved
application UTT/0293/10/FUL). APPROVED
ii. The Barn Foxglove Farm Dunmow Road; UTT/16/1160/FUL; Conversion of barn to dwelling.
APPROVED

III.17 LITTLE HEATH HATFIELD HEATH; UTT/16/1158/HHF; ERECTION OF TWO STOREY REAR EXTENSION.
APPROVED

B. APPLICATIONS
I.DOWN COURT, MATCHING ROAD, HATFIELD HEATH; UTT/16/1605/HHF; PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR SIDE
EXTENSION. NO OBJECTION
II.3 CHESTNUT DRIVE HATFIELD HEATH; UTT/16/1363/HHF; PROPOSED SINGLE STOREY REAR
EXTENSION ENCLOSING SWIMMING POOL. OVERDEVELOPMENT
III.2 LITTLE LANCASTERS, BLOCKS CORNER, SPARROWS LANE, HATFIELD HEATH; UTT/16/1624/HHF;
DEMOLITION OF GARAGE AND ERECTION OF SINGLE STOREY SIDE EXTENSION WITH ROOM IN ROOF.
NO OBJECTIONS
IV. LAND SOUTH OF SHEERING ROAD, SHEERING ROAD, HATFIELD HEATH; UTT/16/1543/FUL;
REMOVAL OF EXISTING STRUCTURES AND REPLACEMENT OF ESTABLISHED INDUSTRIAL
BUILDING, BUSINESS USES AND ANCILLARY STORAGE BY ONE DWELLING. AMENDMENTS TO
PREVIOUSLY APPROVED APPLICATION UTT/14/3068/FUL. NO OBJECTION

CS left the meeting

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MINUTES CONTINUED.........

IV.LAND SOUTH OF SHEERING ROAD, SHEERING ROAD, HATFIELD HEATH; UTT/16/1543/FUL; REMOVAL OF EXISTING
STRUCTURES AND REPLACEMENT OF ESTABLISHED INDUSTRIAL BUILDING, BUSINESS USES AND ANCILLARY STORAGE
BY ONE DWELLING. AMENDMENTS TO PREVIOUSLY APPROVED APPLICATION UTT/14/3068/FUL. NO OBJECTION

CS LEFT THE MEETING
V.SPRINGFIELD PARK DRIVE, HATFIELD HEATH; UTT/16/1465/HHF; DEMOLITION OF FRONT PORCH, PART OF GARAGE,

SINGLE STOREY REAR EXTENSION AND OUTBUILDINGS. ERECTION OF TWO STOREY REAR EXTENSION AND 2 NO SINGLE
STORE REAR EXTENSIONS. OVERDEVELOPMENT

CS re-joined the meeting

1. PARKING
Several problems have now arisen. Ownership of the islands is now unclear and permission is required from both
the owner of the islands and the Secretary of State for the DCLG before we can proceed with works to the Village
Green. The PC has already decided that parking restrictions should not be introduced before additional parking
spaces are provided and reaffirmed this with a vote to stop the yellow lines being installed. Clerk to advise Essex
North Parking Partnership.

2. HIGHWAYS
Clerk to write to ECC Cllrs Johnson and Barker for their response to the traffic flow survey. Dunmow Road footpath is
overgrown and in need of cutting back vegetation and resurfacing. Clerk to contact ECC Highways

3. VILLAGE GREEN
ML received a letter from a resident of Dunmow Road regarding a watercourse in front of his property.
Clerk to write to Mr Piercey advising him that we will inform the Lord of the Manor and the flooding work-
ing group will meet as soon as possible to investigate the cause.
The wildlife area needs to be looked at as it is now almost impassable.
The Village Green has not recovered from the damage caused in April by the fairground.

Proposal that the cost of reinstatement be forwarded to the fairground with a rider that no further fairs will be allowed
until such time as the reinstatement has been paid for

4. COMMUNITY FIRST RESPONDERS

Several volunteers to operate the defibrillator have been identified and training is planned

5. RESUSCITATION EQUIPMENT

Clerk has agreed procedure for payment with UDC and payments have been included in Item 1682
Financial report. East of England Ambulance Service will provide a training session

6. STANSTED AIRPORT
A report was given of a meeting with Martin Peachey SSE and Duncan Smith of Stansted Airport. The move to
flightpath RNP1 is being pushed and as well as Easyjet, 20 pilots from Ryan Air have been trained to follow
RNP1. BJ stated that although this looks good on paper noise disturbance is still evident even on the RNP1
flightpath. NR and BJ to write to the airport to support the move with comments. It is recommended that as
many villagers as possible who have suffered noise disturbance this summer with the Dover Route move com-
plain. There should be a consultation over night flights in the autumn.
Compensation is also now available for the CM22 7 area but it is not clear what the extent of the claim can be.

7. REPORTS FROM MEMBERS ON MEETINGS ATTENDED

None

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

Matters arising on the Agenda. Wildlife Area, Flooding, Events Calendar. Write to Michelle Pyle re CS
Village Hall Rep

9. Dates Of next meetings 10th August ,14th September ,12th October .Meeting closed at 9.51 pm

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4th July 2016 SSE GUIDANCE FOR NATS DEPARTURE ROUTES CHANGE AT STANSTED POST
IMPLEMENTATION

INTRODUCTION
In February 2016, NATS implemented the transfer of Stansted daytime flights from the south-east
departure routes (Detling) to the east departure routes (Clacton). This followed earlier approval by the
CAA for the proposed airspace change. This has had the effect of doubling the traffic on the Clacton
route. Near the airport, more people have suffered an increase in daytime over
flights compared with the number of people where daytime overflights have been removed.
While there are winners and losers as a result of this change, SSE opposed
the transfer of flights and published information via link http://stopstanstedexpansion.com/nats.html.
SSE said that NATS had ignored local residents’ objections – see press release via link
http://stopstanstedexpansion.com/press482.html
The CAA’s airspace change process requires that a post implementation review is carried out by NATS
to assess whether the objectives of the change have been realised and whether the anticipated impacts
and benefits have been delivered. The review is normally carried out 12 months after implementation to
ensure that a full cycle of winter and summer operations has been observed in all weather and traffic
conditions.
The sponsor of the change to departure routes is NATS in conjunction with Stansted Airport. The CAA
had the responsibility for the approval decision with a requirement to refer its decision to the Secretary
of State for Transport in exceptional circumstances.
The post implementation review will take feedback from all stakeholders including local communities
and, while the review methodology is currently being consulted upon by the CAA, this guidance
outlines actions that residents and local communities can be taking in advance of the formal review.
POST IMPLEMENTATION ACTIONS
SSE recommends that if residents have been adversely affected by the transfer of departure routes,
they should make their views known directly to Stansted Airport using the SSE website form via link
http://stopstanstedexpansion.com/noise_complaint_form.asp. Stansted Airport has already stated that
complaints about intensification of flights and noise will be forwarded to NATS and the CAA.
Alternatively letters should be addressed to Stansted Airport at Noise Communications Team,
Enterprise House, Stansted Airport, Essex CM24 1QW. Stansted Airport’s telephone line for noise
complaints 0800 243 788 is currently disconnected.
SSE’s position published during the consultation for this change can be found via link
http://stopstanstedexpansion.com/documents/NATS_Stansted_Departure_Routes_Consultat ion-
SSE%20Position.pdf which may help as background information.
FURTHER ACTIONS YOU MAY WISH TO TAKE
Residents are also encouraged to let your local council know of the impacts of the change and how it
has affected you in your particular location. You might also consider contacting your local Member of
Parliament.
Additionally the Stansted Airport Consultative Committee has local community
representation and you can contact this committee through its Secretary Frank Evans via
[email protected] or write to Frank Evans, Secretary STACC, 48 Windermere Avenue,
Eastcote, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 9RF and telephone 0208 868 1662.

Alternatively letters should be addressed to Stansted Airport at Noise Communications Team, Enterprise House, Stansted
Airport, Essex CM24 1QW.

FURTHER ACTIONS YOU MAY WISH TO TAKE
Residents are also encouraged to let your local council know of the impacts of the change and how it has affected you in
your particular location. You might also consider contacting your local Member of Parliament.
Additionally the Stansted Airport Consultative Committee has local community representation and you can contact this
committee through its Secretary Frank Evans via [email protected] or write to Frank Evans, Secretary STACC,
48 Windermere Avenue, Eastcote, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 9RF and telephone 0208 868 1662.

Furthermore residents and local councils can also correspond directly with NATS and the CAA at the following addresses:
NATS can be contacted via [email protected] or write to NATS, 4000 Parkway, Whiteley, Fareham, Hants

PO15 7FL and telephone 01489 616001 CAA can be contacted via [email protected] or write to Civil Aviation
Authority, 45-59 Kingsway, London WC2B 6TE and telephone 020 7379 7311.
If you believe that a complaint or representation has not been adequately answered then you can refer it to the Department
of Transport via [email protected] or write to Aviation Noise Policy, Aviation Environmental Division, Department of
Transport, Great Minister House, 76 Marsham Street, London SW1P 4DR.

SSE stresses the importance of local residents making their views known about the airspace change and will publish further
information about the formal post implementation review as it becomes available. If further information is needed please
contact the SSE office via [email protected] and telephone 01279 870558.

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