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October 2015

Hatfield Heath Village Magazine October 2015

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October 2015 THE MAGAZINE THAT KEEPS YOU IN TOUCH Est. 1893

The Heath Players

Proudly Present

60 years of Radio Comedy

Hancock’s Half Hour

First broadcast Feb 1955

And

Clare in The Community

Series 5 - Name Calling
Fri Oct 30 - Sat 31

Hatfield Heath Village Hall
Tickets £7

Available from:-
Post Office, online Ticket Source

01279 730 544

78 Still Running!

Ian and Stella Hughes

GRANT FUNDING AVAILABLE TO LOCAL CHARITIES
AND ORGANISATIONS

Hatfield Heath Parish Council have an amount of grant funding
available to local charities and organisations for the financial year 2016/17

If you would like to apply for a grant, please contact in the first instance,

the Parish Clerk Ernie Fenwick at [email protected]

See inside for full story to obtain the necessary application form.

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

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• Interior & Exterior decoration
• carried out to a high specification.
• Full public liability.
• 30 yrs Experience
• Ceilings papered.
• Wall coverings and wall paper hung

No job too large or too small

Contact Steve.
Phone : 01279 724 805 Mobile : 07836 588 886

E-mail: [email protected]
Address: Field View, Sheering, Herts.

www.cornelldecorators-herts.co.uk

15019 Dec 15

15037 Jan 2016

We are pleased to report that all of
our proposed repairs to signposts and
bridges
along the Parish footpaths have been
approved under the P3 (Parish Paths
Partnership) scheme.
On August 24th we duly ventured out
into the pouring rain with Shirley
Anglin from Essex CC Highways,
equipped with a variety of digging and
tamping tools, to install our very first
waymarker post. In fact, we managed
to put up a total of 5 posts on the day
and have subsequently done two
others perhaps you’ll spot them when
you are out and about
Stella and Ian Hughes

Email:
[email protected]

215027 Dec 2015

INVITATION Babysitting and tutoring

You are invited to a by a local Teacher

Charity Coffee Morning with QTS and DBS checked

and Sale of handmade Crafts and Jewellery 07803 823081
Jeannine
At
Longridge, Sawbridgeworth Road, Hatfield Heath,

Bishops Stortford, Herts CM22 7DR

Donation will be sent to Grove Cottage

Tel:01279 731 784
Date: Saturday, 17th October, 2015
Time: 10.30 a.m. till 12.30 p.m. £1.50
Crafts include handmade glass plates, t-light
bridges, pendants, earrings, cufflinks,Hand knitted
silky scarves, pressed flower pictures

ALL ARE WELCOME!
BRING YOUR FRIENDS!!
RSVP [email protected]

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING MORNING
AT LITTLE HALLINGBURY CHURCH
FRIDAY, 6TH NOVEMBER 2015 9.00am-1.00pm
Please come and support your local hospice and
stock up early on Christmas presents from some
well known favourites such as Phoenix cards,
Usborne books, Seres Silk and Silver and Apatchy as
well as some other unique local artisan stalls.

15035 Dec2015

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3 15031 Dec 2015

Hatfield Haven Care Home HAVE YOUR SAY ABOUT
FLIGHTS OVER HATFIELD HEATH
Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath, Bishops Stortford, Herts. CM22 7DL
AT MEETING
Tel: 01279 730 043 7 Oct 2015 – Hatfield Heath Institute

www.hatfieldhaven.co.uk 3pm to 7pm

Features: The Parish council already considers it
╚ Serene and homely environment; was misled over the trial of the RNPI SID
╚ 24 hours care in compliance with CQC Care Standards Centre line on the Clacton Route especially
╚ Medical care provided by local group practice; in terms of what a centre line meant. The
next move is to change the Dover Route
district nurse, physiotherapist and a chiropodist; departures so they are on the Clacton Route
╚ Highly qualified and motivated staff - RMA and as well. This will mean a quadrupling of the
noise over our village. This is unacceptable
NVQ qualifications; and can not be part of any sustainable
╚ 20 single and 1 double newly refurnished and planning. If the technology is now so good why
can't it be used to vary the airplanes course
redecorated within the 3km corridor so that no one place is
rooms (newly built extension included) continually affected. Thus every day a different
╚ Each bedroom fitted with an en-suite bathroom and course could be flown.
call system to summon help; Please object in writing or on- line and attend
╚ A newly extended and enlarged day lounge with Flat the consultation meeting.
creen TV and radio.
╚ Large dining room with excellent meals on offer The “new technology” is satellite navigation co-
by the in-house chef; ordinates fed directly into the aircraft computer. It is
╚ A Stair lift and a passenger lift to all floors; similar to the methods used in vehicle sat-navs.
╚ Activities includes talks, parties, summer barbecues, By law, the airport has to consult the local
flower arranging e.t.c community before permanently altering its flight-
path policy.
Kindly drop by for viewing and to pick up a copy of our Far from reducing the flights flying over Hatfield
brochure. For placement and other enquiries, please contact Heath it has concentrated more flights to be
directly over us.
Amanda Austin (Manager) Take off is the most noisiest and puts the greatest
email : [email protected] strain on a plane, as it is full of fuel and needs a lot
of power for lift off. Why not go further to the
15011 Dec 2015 southern end of the existing swathe ( as I have
shown on map below) and miss the village
25 YEARS IN TRADE completely.
Bruno
Grass Cutting, Hedge Trimming,

Planting,

One off Tidy Ups

Regularly Weekly Maintenance

Jet Wash
Patio Cleaning

Email: [email protected] Official Swathes in grey

Mobile 07956 524 586
Home Tel 01279 830 960

15085 July 2016

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Clacton Fig 1

Alternative Route?

Dover

Below is the misleading web page from

London Stansted Airport pushing for a move Hatfield Broad Oak

to put more flight paths over Hatfield Heath.

Concentrating all the flights directly over the

centre of Hatfield Heath only ensures the whole Hatfield Heath Fig 2
of Hatfield Heath has their share of noise
which doesn't just go straight down but as a HOW CAN I HAVE MY SAY?

swathe Also concentrating potential We are seeking the views of our local communities

danger over a built up area about the permanent adoption of this technology. As

part of your response, please indicate:

• Your name and postcode

• If you are commenting on behalf of an

organisation

• Whether or not you support adopting the

technology used in the trial

• Please also indicate if you do not wish your

NEW INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY TO name, or any other personal details to be included

REDUCE THE IMPACT OF AIRCRAFT NOISE in the consultation feedback report.
ON COMMUNITIES AROUND To respond to the consultation, you can send your
STANSTED AIRPORT thoughts to us via email at

PERFORMANCE BASED [email protected]
or write to us at:

NAVIGATION Airspace Consultation Team,
N ew innovative technology to reduce the Airfield Operations, 3rd Floor, Enterprise

impact of aircraft noise on House, Stansted Airport, CM24 1QW
Communities around Stansted Airport As all consultation responses will be submitted to the
CAA. We are also holding a series of local

WHAT ARE THE MAIN CHANGES community outreach events covering all elements of

AND WHO WILL BE AFFECTED? Stansted Airport’s operation including local

employment, public transport provision and this

The new navigation technology helps departing consultation. If you would like to come along and

aircraft to keep closer to two of our existing flight speak to a member of the airport team, please drop in

paths, reducing the number of people who are on the following dates:

overflown by aircraft. ATTEND MEETING

Figures 1 and 2 show the areas of over flying both 7 Oct 2015 – Hatfield Heath Institute
3pm to 7pm
before (1) and after (2) the trial from ‘runway 22
We invite you to share your views. At the close of
Clacton NPR’. As demonstrated in the second the consultation period, Stansted Airport will collate
and review all feedback received, submit a
image, the number of people being overflown by consultation feedback report to the CAA and then
submit an airspace change proposal to the CAA with
aircraft in Hatfield Heath, Hatfield Broad Oak and the aim of adopting the trial technology permanently.

Little Hallingbury is reduced significantly as a result

of the trial. See next column.............

5

Escape Beauty THE HUNDRED PARISHES SOCIETY

Ÿ G5 Anti - CelluliteTreatment 40 mins £20 In September, twenty
Or course of six £100 members of the Hundred
Parishes Society were led by
Ÿ Hydrafuse Aqua Dermabrasion Facial £45 chairman Douglas Kent and
secretary Ken McDonald on a
Ÿ L.V.L Eyelash Perm plus tint £40 lasts up to six guided walk from Newport to
weeks Wendens Ambo. Douglas and
Ken shared some fascinating
Ÿ Eyebrows re-shape plus tint and eyelash tint only £15 details about the history of the older listed buildings,
pointing out the skills of past builders and carpenters
Ÿ I.P.L Laser hair removal for all areas of the face and the challenges placed upon successive owners
& body from £20 up Consultation & free patch test who have occupied and cherished these buildings
req. over many centuries. The walkers enjoyed the views
from the footpath between Newport and Wendens
Ÿ Ultimate spray tan in 3 shades light, medium & Ambo, across the Cam valley towards Shortgrove
and the distant spire of Saffron Walden’s parish
Dark £20 church. The group was ready for lunch at the Fighting
Cocks.
Ÿ Glycolic facial peels .Getting out and about provides us with the
opportunity to appreciate the variety of autumnal
Ÿ colours in gardens, parks and the wider countryside
as the deciduous trees prepare to shed their leaves.
Ÿ Ultrasound skin toning facial Do try one or more of the recommended walks
described on our website:
Ÿ www.hundredparishes.org.uk. .
At this time of the year gardens too offer seasonal
Ÿ Deep tissue massage charms. Our website’s What’s On page shows the
final day for visiting the Gardens of Easton Lodge is
Ÿ Waxing including hot wax for sensitive areas. October 18 from 11:30am to 5pm, whilst a walk
around your own local area can reveal surprisingly
I look forward to hearing from you colourful plantings too! As winter approaches, there
are fewer outdoor activities, but our What’s On lists a
Sue Burgess Tel: 07740 433 417 good variety of events around the area including
walks, talks and evening concerts in great venues
orText and for good causes. .
Should the weather be unsuitable for outdoor
Situated in the Shaw Hatfield Heath excursions then there are a couple of exhibitions
worth viewing in Saffron Walden. The Fry Art Gallery
15105 Nov 2015 features "The Art of Acquisition - the Great Bardfield

THE BIONIC YOUTH ACTIVATING artists' houses" until 25th October, whilst Saffron
Walden Museum has: "Uttlesford: a Community of
* *SYSTEM HAS ARRIVED!! Collectors". Our What’s On page has links to their
websites.
Look up to 10yrs younger within the shortest time! .Tricia Moxey
Ÿ Fewer wrinkles by regaining elasticity volume & tone Trustee
Ÿ Firmer skin as collagen fibres contract
Ÿ Facial muscles are strengthened so contours

become firmer and lifted
Ÿ Facial fat & double chin melt away

Single £45 1hr Course of 10 £350
Treatment recommended
THE BYAS EYE LIFTER

Ÿ Helps reduce swollen tissue

Ÿ Dark circles disappear

Ÿ Wrinkles reduce within a short time handbag size pen

to be used on the go day and night £55

THE BYAS BODY LIFTER

Ÿ Treats stubborn problem zones

Ÿ Fat cushions melt away £30 per
Ÿ Reduces cellulite Treatment
Ÿ Tightens skin

Ÿ Treats all areas of the body arms - waist - abdomen

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Situated in the Shaw Hatfield Heath
OFFERING ALL ASPECTS OF BEAUTY

615105 Nov 15

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Monday to Friday
OCTOBER
(Possibly some weekends required)
Starting Beginning of September FRI 2ND – EIGHTIES NIGHT CLICHE. £34 (SOLD OUT)
Friendly Family Run Restaurant Serving SATURDAY 3RD – DINNER DANCE AND CABARET

Breakfasts and Lunches ALL ERA BAND ASH & COMEDY MICKY PUGH £40 Per Person
Experience preferred but not essential as full FRIDAY 9TH –PARTY NIGHT

training will be given PARTY NIGHT WITH LIVE BAND CLICHE £34 Per Person
Polite and bubbly personality FRIDAY 16TH –PARTY NIGHT

Please forward CV to BAND CLICHE - DRAG QUEEN FANNY GALORE £34 Per Pers
FRIDAY 23RD – SOUL MOTOWN & PARTY (SOLD OUT) £34
[email protected] SAT 24TH – DINNER DANCE & CABARET (SOLD OUT) £40
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FRIDAY 30TH – 50’S AND 60’S £34 Per Person
Or telephone SATURDAY 31ST - DINNER DANCE & CABARET
01279 876571 LIVE BANDS WITH COMEDY FROM ADGER BROWN
Ask for John or Staci
£40 Per Person

Violets Floral Designs have grown onto Hatfield Heath Beauty Lodge Leisure Club
as well as Sawbridgeworth.
We offer a wide range of gifts, cards, indoor and outdoor Spa Days/Spa Weekends Fully equipped Gym,
plants as well as beautiful fresh flowers. Indoor Heated Pool,
Our floristry classes will start in the beginning of October Massage/Facials Sauna, Jacuzzi
and will be taught by a qualified floristry teacher. Please
contact the shop for details. Cosmetic Treatments and Steam Room

When you are next passing pop in and have a look Manicure/Pedicure No Joining Fee,
around.
Reiki/Sports Clinic please bring
1 Chestnuts (next to the fish and chip shop)
Hatfield Heath. Waxing/Threading this advert with you
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& much, much more

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15084 June 2016 7 15083 June 2016

C WIRELESS ALARM SYSTEMS BONFIRE NIGHT
CCTV CAMERAS
Back in the fifties bonfire night was something
ACCESS CONTROL of a village occasion it would all begin mid to
late September with two rival bonfires one on
INTERCOMS Broomfields and one on Ardley Cresent,later
years we combined to build one on the Heath in
FOR ALL YOUR ELECTRONIC SECURITY NEEDS front of the school until it was sabotaged by
CALL raiders from Sheering who lit it two weeks early.
We would borrow large hand carts from local
15017 Dec 15 builder E E Hockey and with scant regard for
health and safety and the environment gather
For All Building Works - dead wood and fell growing trees in an attempt
Extensions/Renovations - to build the biggest fire garden rubbish and old
Decorating - Plumbing - Electrics furniture were also dumped on the fire and just
Carried Out with Great Attention to Detail prior to the night we would go round cadging
Tel: 01279 757 323 07836 205 103 newspaper and paraffin to light the fire.The fires
were a great attraction with fireworks let off
15015 Dec 15 very random with only minor incident and
occasionally fireworks thrown into the gardens
of the less sociable.
All good youthful fun with great community
spirit
Dave

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Tel: 01279 730 274 or by e-mail at [email protected]

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815023 Dec 2015

October at the Member of *Emergency Door Opening
*Insurance Upgrades to BS3621
Gardens of Easton Lodge DBS checked *Upvc Locks Specialist
*Whether Broken,Repaired,
THE Gardens of Easton Lodge’s October open day sees
the return of our ever popular “Children’s Hallowe’en or Replaced.
Trail” round the Gardens from 12 noon to 3.30pm – a *All Locks Supplied & Fitted
small charge of £1 per child is made and there will be extra *All Lockwork Undertaken,
treats for any child who comes along in fancy dress. This *Doors,Windows,garages,Sheds.
is also our last open day of the year and your last chance to *Est over 10yrs, Fully Insured
enjoy the delights of this fabulous place until we open for *Oap Discounts
our “Snowdrop Sundays” in February and March next
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The event, on Sunday October 18, will offer guided tours
at 12.30pm & 2.30pm which cover all aspects of the 01279 739 156 07736 929 440
garden's history, and there is much more historic
information to browse through in our Archive Building. 10 Chesnut Drive, Hatfield Heath, CM22 7ER
Delicious bacon rolls and warming homemade soup will be
on sale at “Daisy’s” until 2.15pm with hot and cold drinks 15091 July 2016
and scrumptious homemade cakes available until 4.30pm.
Gates open at 11.30am and the gardens close at 5pm with IYENGAR YOGA
last entry at 4pm. Entrance is only £3.50 for adults and
children under 16 come in free of charge. Dog lovers are Local Classes for all ages
reminded that their pets are more than welcome as long as
they are kept on a lead and poop scooped! Entrance fees and levels of ability
will be rising next year so this is the last opportunity to
pick up a season ticket for the next 12 months at the You will be taught in a very warm friendly atmosphere
bargain price of only £10 per person. So come and join us
If you need further information about the Gardens, which
are at Little Easton near Dunmow, then please get in touch For further information about times, venues as well as the health
on 01371 876979 (recorded information but you can leave benefits to be gained
a message), [email protected] or visit Contact Jenny
www.eastonlodge.co.uk.
01279 730 751

07946 777 669

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Web: www.wrenyoga.co.uk
Email: [email protected]

15090 Dec 2015

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e-mail [email protected] Handyman Services

15067 Mar 16 v Furniture need assembling?
v Shelves or pictures need hanging?
MHS Builders v Blinds need fitting?
Local Builder v Radiator covers need installing?
Carpentry & Roofing v Door need planing?
Loft and Garage conversions v Small plumbing job?
Kitchens & Bathrooms
Plastering No odd job too small
Extensions
references available on request Local resident with 15 years experience
Call Mark Savage Contact Scott

915020 December 2015 01279 731104 07817 223339

15089 July 2016

www.flowersbyshirley.co.uk President: William Gosling Lord of the Manor

01279 420 736 Programme Arrangements & Meeting Dates for 2015
(including some arranged talks)
[email protected] All Meetings will be held at the

Top quality flowers and designs United Reformed Church, Chelmsford Road at
at great value prices 7.30 pm Third Tuesday of each Month

Hatfield Heath, Hatfield Broad Oak, Sheering, Bishop's July Exhibition Arrangements are pending for a
Stortford, The Hallingburys, Takeley, Priors Green, Little 2016 date and will continue a theme of WW1
which is planned to take place from 2014-2018
Canfield, Sawbridgeworth, The Rodings, Harlow

Oct 2015 14112

20 October Hatfield Heath Players
Steve Foster

MEMORIALS 17 November Lodge's Coaches
Robert Lodge

15 DecemberChristmas Meeting
(Programme to be arranged)

September 15.

Footpaths of Hatfield Heath

An informative talk by Stella and Ian Hughes on the

‘Footpaths of Hatfield Heath’ defined a historical and

J. Day & Son current perspective. An introductory opening of their
personal involvement in walking was supported by a
series of photographs. These covered trips taken locally,
nationally and internationally demonstrating an interest
and commitment which is inherent in the work which they

are carrying out as our Footpath Wardens.

The background to how footpaths provided a commuter

Station Road, Bishop’s Stortford route between farms and villages and the effect of the
18/19 Century enclosure acts was described in some
detail. An evening divided into a number of parts included

references to signage, types of rights of way and the use of

local authority maps. Using a range of dated maps to

illustrate footpath details reflecting interesting

comparisons of how some footpaths appeared to have

changed. The maintenance responsibilities of footpaths for

Councils, Farmers and Walkers was highlighted and

detailed maps of local routes shown. Four compass points

of Hatfield Heath footpaths generated facts and figures to

this extent. The Parish Paths Partnership was described

with reference to a calendar of meetings and further

arrangements. This also applied to a series of planned

walks, two have already been explored and printed in the

magazine and on the Parish Council website defining

Bishop’s Stortford 01279 654 555 routes and places of interest along the way.
The detailed work produced for these maps is
symptomatic of the way in which Stella and Ian have

Edmonton 0208 807 3712 approached the importance that they place upon their
appointment as Wardens. A vote of thanks from the
meeting was given by the Chairman with a session of

www.jdayandson.co.uk questions to conclude the evening.

Ivan Cooper

15021 Dec 2015

10

A sequel to VJ Day Commemorations

A feature of the VJ

commemorations was We offer a
Complete Service
lighting the beacon.
DESIGN
Symptomatic of events CERAMIC TILING

which took place across the LIGHTING
WOODWORK ETC.
country in 1946 celebrating
All carried out with the minimum
the final victory of WW2.It of fuss and mess by experts!
Also all Plumbing &
was a privilege for the Domestic Heating Installations

Village to invite local SO LOOK NO FURTHER THAN

resident Jim Pike, a wartime C.F OAKES

navy veteran, to light it. Jim joined the navy in 1941 at Established in Harlow for over 45 years
19 SERVICE BAY, WYCH ELM , HARLOW
the age of 18 and after 3 months training in Cornwall was
15008 December 2015
posted to Chatham Barracks. Previous knowledge
150353 Feb 2016
working on engines led to a course at Pontefract which he

passed as a Leading Hand. He returned to Chatham and

was placed on an overseas draft but decided to bring his

marriage forward before embarking on the Cape Town

Castle sailing to Bombay (now Mumbai). Transferred to

an LCT 384 and promoted to Petty Officer. (LCT 384 a

Landing Craft Tank built in Middlesbrough and launched

in 1942 with a Crew of 28). Sailed from Bombay to the

tip of India forming part of a combined task force

intending to invade Japan. However the bombing of

Hiroshima and Nagasaki brought an end to hostilities.

His ship then took part in liberating and repatriating

Prisoners of War from Changi jail, men who had worked

on the notorious Burma railway. He vividly remembers

having to ration food to those rescued who had been

emaciated during captivity. His ship went from

Singapore to the Dutch East Indies where he was attached

to the Aircraft Carrier, HMS Indomitable returning to the

British Isles via Colombo, Aden and Gibraltar in 1945.

He was demobbed in 1946 and after the war set up a

building business partnership Fordham and Pike. A

contract with Dove Brothers provided a most interesting

job putting a new lift shaft in St Pauls Cathedral (1972)

using engineering principles not relying on a bricklayer’s

level. Work followed for Copes Bank (Edward Heath

laying the Foundation Stone), 11 blocks of flats in

Tottenham, a Synagogue in a garden in Romford, pubs

and all sorts. Lived in Leyton and Woodford Green

finally moving to Hatfield Heath some 8 years ago.

WINDOWS ON THE PAST

Village Magazine March 1970

Building of the new hall will be completed in early
March, but will not be available for hire until 1st
April. This is to allow for the arrival and installation
of new equipment.
The first official function in the new Hall will be
the opening ceremony and Dinner/Dance scheduled
for 4th April. The following week sees the Heath
Players production of 'Doctor in the House'. Tickets
for both events will be available in mid March.

11

HATFIELD HEATH CRICKET CLUB

Coaching

Every Tuesday on the Heath
From Tuesday 5th May, 6 -

7:30pm

78 and Still Running!

Judy Burston, 78, from Basildon is the oldest

runner entering the Chelmsford Marathon in

2015, trying for a 'Good for Age ' place in the

2017 London marathon when she'll be 80.
“I started running when I was
44 but had a break for sever
al years due to a knee injury,

restarting at the age of 58. I

had watched the first London

15062 March 2016 marathon in 1981 on the
television and was really
Carpet...Vinyl...Wood moved by the commitment of
the competitors and
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when even the 2 winners
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rods,door bars,uplift and dispose old flooring. could get in I would do that
race the next year (1982). I knew nothing
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except that to do that distance in a reasonable
Heavy Domestic Loop structure, Bleach Cleanable, time you’ve got to put in a lot of training and I
12 sqm hall stairs and land 4 colours £165 had 12 months. The weather for the second
London marathon was perfect for running and
................................................................................................................................................................................................ along with 17,000 other runners I lined up for
the start. It was an amazing experience and at
Budget Twist Pile Bleach Cleanable, 45 years old I came in at 3hrs 34mins.” Judy
12 sqm hall stairs and land 9 colours £165 uses her marathon running to fund raise for
charity – focusing on online giving from friends
................................................................................................................................................................................................ and acquaintances. Her training regime is
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average 12 sqm lounge £250 it’.
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This is the third in a series of walks that explore the footpaths of the Parish of Hatfield Heath. Points of interest along
the way are indicated in the text with an i symbol. Each walk starts from a location around the circumference of the
village green, and being circular in nature could be joined at any convenient point. For other walks and further
information about the village visit: www.hatfieldheath.com

HATFIELD HEATH WALKS The walk begins at the Village Hall car park
(1). From here head north-west, crossing the
WALK 3: Village Hall to Ardley entrance to Broomfields estate, then cross the
End Stortford Road opposite to Little Eden (2).

Length: 2.5 km (1.5 miles) i Village Hall: Built in 1970 on the site of the
Duration: approx. 1 h former Parish Hall, known as Trinity Hall, which
This walk uses definitive paths and stretches of itself was opened in 1894.
roads with pavements. Suitable footwear Should
be worn. Two stiles are crossed (3) and (4), but i Little Eden: Dating from the mid-seventeenth
these can be bypassed by walking directly from (2) century, Little Eden was originally a farm. On the
to (7) along Pond Lane. 1838 Tithe Map it was known as Hockleys.

Follow the finger post across the green to the
left of Little Eden, climb over the stile (3)
continue straight ahead across the uneven
pasture to an opening in the far corner (4).

14

Cross the wooden bridge and second stile then parallel on your left in the distance surrounds the
turn sharp left through a kissing gate and sewage works. On the horizon you can see the
around the edge of a paddock. On your left water tower at Church Langley. After
amongst a collection of industrial units is a the
wooden barn bearing a notice “Licensed paddock, turn right and follow the field
Slaughterhouse” – this was once one of two edge.
established butchers business on the Heath. Almost immediately on your right, hidden
amongst the trees is a pond, often dry in
Pass through a second kissing gate (5) and the summer months. This is one of
follow the path until it exits onto Sheering many ponds around the village, some more
Road (6), when you should turn left along the evident than others (a few are marked on
pavement towards the village and cross the this map).
Sheering Road before its junction with Pond
Lane(7). i Sewage Works: Built to treat the material from
the new main sewerage system laid on in the village
Here you will see two fingerposts – take the in 1935.
route to the left, through the metal gate and
follow the path until it emerges to an open i Water Tower: Built in 1994 for the new
area. Beyond the gateway on your left you development of Church Langley, and with a
can see a few derelict brick structures which Capacity of almost half a million gallons, the water
were once associated with Davies Row. The tower is often the scene of charitable abseiling
overgrown patch of land on your right is the events.
site of a former farm building and cattle
sheds. Continue along the field edge and turn right a
(12) heading due north. Continue straight on at
i Davies Row: A terrace of old cottages built at (13) crossing a wooden bridge over a ditch and
right angles to the road were demolished in the follow the narrow path (beware of the
late 1930’s. barbed wire) until an opening is reached.
Cross to the northwest corner, along the side
Keep straight ahead with the field boundary on of Blaisdon Lodge and after closing the
your left. wooden gate behind you, follow the driveway
back towards the road.

Keep following the boundary until an opening on Cross the road and follow Pond Lane. Just
before an oak tree, there is a path on the right
the left (8) reveals a wooden footbridge (just leading to an information board beside one of
the ponds.
before the houses) which you cross and continue
Return to Pond Lane, passing the small
behind the houses of Ardley Crescent until the complex of shops and units at Reynolds (14),
then turn right across the Heath towards a
Matching Road is reached by crossing another second information board. At the board turn
wooden footbridge (9). Cross the road and turn left alongside the churchyard and over the road
On your left are Bentley Villas (1931) and to the to reach the end of this walk (1).
right is Ardley Crescent (1938), the construction
of which allowed condemned buildings at Davis
Row to be demolished.

These developments and the newer houses that i Holy Trinity Church: The Parish Church was built
flank the Matching Road conceal the fact that the
cottages at Ardley End (junction with Friars Lane) in 1859. The current peal of six lightweight bells
were not long ago quite a separate community – was recast from the metal of the three original
bells in 1961.

indeed it did not receive electricity supplies until We gratefully acknowledge the input we

1953. received from Liz Wright whilst writing this

Shortly after the EIIR lamp box, cross the walk, and for information sourced from “A
Matching Road opposite the finger post at (10) History of Hatfield Heath”, 1999.

and follow the path where it turns to the right in For further information about the village visit:

front of some stables. Follow the path around the www.hatfieldheath.com

edges of the paddock. The metal fence running Ian and Stella Hughes 2015

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The Elders would like to thank everyone who
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56% higher than of 3.63 inches, which is 56%
higher tha our August average.
August Extremes
High 5.73 inches in 2011

5.20 inches in 2014
Low 0.24 inches in 1995

031 inches in 2003

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Meetings are every 4th Wednesday
At the Hatfield Heath Village Hall at 7.45pm
Oct. 28th. A.G.M. And Members' Evening
Nov. 25th. The Chelsea Flower Show and .Beyond

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Dec. 11th. Social (Friday)

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LIST OF CLUBS, GROUPS & CLASSES
WITH TELEPHONE NUMBERS

4 08:00 Holy Communion - 1662 HT VILLAGE HALL 730 544 LEISURE HOUR
INSTITUTE 730 544 730 465
CATHOLIC CHURCH
09:30 Family Service.HT PRE-SCHOOL Hatfield Broad Oak
(2 -5 years)
10:30 Family Service with Communion URC 730 354 01371 872 550

14:00-16:00 Messy Church Play URC

18:30 Harvest Evensong HT LITTLE FRIENDS TALKING NEWSPAPERS
Mother,Baby and Toddler 01279 651 270
19:45 Holy Trinity Harvest Supper H Group
OR 01279 653 925
5 11:30 for 12.00 Luncheon Club URC

7 20:00 Leisure Hour URC Thur 9.45am term time SECRETARY U.R.C.
Village Hall - Betty Bennett.. 01279 508 455
11 09:30 Holy Communion HT
Michelle: 07762 083 355
10:30 Family Service URC
Elle: 07976 592 364 HEALTH WALK
18:00 Service at TheClose
HATFIELD HEATH

14 10:30 Holy Communion at The Close URC Friday 10am outside
FRIDAY CLUB (7-12 yrs) Broomfield Surgery 731 434
18 08:00 Holy Communion - 1662 HT

09:30 Matins HT 739 218 HEALTH WALK

10:30 Family Service URC JO JINGLES LITTLE HALLINGBURY

21 1.30 for 12.00 Luncheon Club URC (6 mths - 7years) 868 410 Monday 10.30am Village Car

20:00 Leisure Hour Park

25 09:30 Holy Communion HT SCHOOL FOOTBALL The new leader Is Mr. G.

10:30 Family Service URC CLUB Barron. 01279 899 451
SCOUTS
812 586

18:00 Service at The Close CUBS Chris Hancock FARMERS MARKET

26 10:30 Holy Communion at The Haven 731 646 07956 563 710
BROWNIES 734 391

28 21:45 Gardening Club H SUNDAY CLUB KEEP FIT FOR OVER 50S
30-31 20:00 An Evening of Classic Radio Comedy 9.30am Holy Trinity Village Hall
730 288 Weds 9.30am 07776 221 975
Heath Players H
H-Village Hall / CR-Committee Room H / HT-Holy KARATE 445 539
Trinity Church / URC-United Reform Church /
I-Institute / S-School JUNIOR KARATE KEEP FIT

01992 575 679 Village Hall

Monday 10.30- 11.30 am

BRIDGE CLUB 723 948 07776 221 975

GARDENING CLUB BOOTCAMP

PLAY BUS FOR UNDER FIVES 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

LUNCHEON CLUB VISITING OPTICIAN

For all Senior Citizens 01279 443 181

730 581 NEIGHBOURHOOD

ITALIAN LANGUAGE
Michelina 07786 341 754 WATCH
Paula O'Sullivan 730 281
Registered Charity Number 1051491 SPANISH LANGUAGE [email protected]
www.buffybus.co.uk
Ann Whale 01279 731 288
Buffy Playbus visits Evening
Afternoon
The Heath, HATFIELD HEATH. CM22 7EB
FOOTBALL CLUB Bowls Bowls
from 9.30am to 11am every TUESDAY morning 724 833
during term time and at half term breaks. 730 212 730 539

We have many exciting toys and activities including CRICKET CLUB 730 674
a regular cooking session, available for pre-school children to enjoy.
Buffy Playbus gives you and your child an opportunity to meet and HEATH PLAYERS Men and women of all ages

make new friends within your own community. Mark Ratcliff 503 174 Uttlesford Badger Group Derek Barry
We make a charge of £2.00 for a child to visit Buffy, Chrissie Richards 864 536

and £1 for each additional child HISTORY SOCIETY (on call 24/7 )01279 503332
Come along and see what fun you and your child can have.
Ivan Cooper 730 275 Home 07941185171 Mbl
PARKS ON CENTRE OF VILLAGE GREEN
TUESDAYS 9.30am - 11am ROYAL BRITISH LEGION

730 042

BELL RINGERS 730 526

CHOIR 730 390

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NEXT PARISH COUNCIL MEETING LIST OF WEBSITES
Parish Council - www.hatfieldheath.com
CLUBS, GROUPS ETC. IN VILLAGE
URC Hall Wed 7.30pm
Village Magazine - view past 27 issues
14th October www.hatfield-heath.co.uk/magazine

PARISH COUNCIL www.facebook.com/hatfieldheathfestival
Parish Clerk - Ernie Fenwick.................. 730 770
Email : ............. [email protected] Eden Surgery Websites

Mark Lemon Chairman ........................... 730 581 (Repeat prescriptions can be applied for on these sites)
(District Councillor) Broomfields :.......www.hatfieldheathsurgery.co.uk
Vice Chairman -David Parish ................... 730 573 Broad Oak:....www.hatfieldbroadoaksurgery.co.uk
Robert Jones................................................ 730 741
Gary Waller................................................ 739 345 School...........www.hatfieldheath.essex.sch.uk
Susanna Wood........................................... 730 806
Colin Skyrme............................................. 730 480 H. H.Football Club:.....www.facebook.com/hatfieldfc
Matt Richards.............................................. 731 180
Ian Fitzgerald .............................................. 730 036 H.H. Cricket Club: www.freewebs.com/hatfieldheathcc
Mark Bissell ................................................ 730 376
Bridge Club...www.hatfieldheathbridgeclub.org.uk
H.H. TENANTS FORUM MEMBER
Parish Council ...........www.hatfieldheath.com
David. N. Parish 730 573
MOBILE LIBRARY
PHONE NUMBERS OF
POLICE, DOCTORS, SAMARITANS Visits Fortnightly on Wednesdays

SCHOOL & CHURCHES Broomfields Arrives Leaves
PCSO Simon Horne The Close 14.45 15.35
Email:[email protected] The Heath 15.40 16.00
Essex Police Non Emergency.................101 16.05 16.35
Emergency ............................................. 999
MAGAZINE DETAILS
DOCTORS Broomfields........................ 01279 730 616
DOCTOR Broad Oak............................ 01279 718 245 Deadline
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 Bruno Fri16th
Vicarage Office....................................... 01279 730 288 OctoberBarbara
CHURCH WARDENS
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 Send your letters /articles/ reports /photographs, by hand, CD, or
email - [email protected]

Village Volunteers when you need help..07944 748 478 If posting or delivering by hand you can send direct to me :-

Bruno(Editor) “Manor Lodge”, Chelmsford Rd, Hatfield

Green Garden Waste Heath CM22 7BD. 01279 730 498
Editor: - Bruno Scheggia (Skedja)

Skip Diary Bruno’s Mobile Phone number 07768 606 309
Treasurer: - Mel Sullivan 01279 731 434
Saturday Times 14:30 - 15:30 Distribution:-Barbara Scheggia 01279 730 498

Sat 3 Oct 2015 Broomfields Secretary: - Jean Clarke 01279 730 667
Sat 10 Oct 2015 Ardley Crescent Chairman - Brendan Carrig 01279 437 851
Printed by Cornerstone

Sat 17 Oct 2015 Broomfields DISCLAIMER: The Editor and Printers do not take

Sat 24 Oct 2015 Broomfields responsibility for the information given or views expressed in
the Hatfield Heath Village Magazine. Nor is any culpability

Sat 31 Oct 2015 Ardley Crescent accepted in work done by advertisers.

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Hatfield Heath

& MINUTES OF PARISH COUNCIL MEETING

INSTITUTE HELD AT 7.30 PM ON
WEDNESDAY 9TH SEPT 2015
Are Available for IN THE URC HALL, HATFIELD HEATH

Children’s Parties COUNCIL MEETING
MINUTE PRESENT:
Small tables and chairs now available
Cllr Mark Lemon (ML), (Chairman), Cllrs Mark
Celebrations Bissell (MB), Ian Fitzgerald (IF), Bob Jones (BJ),
David Parish (DP), Colin Skyrme (CS),
including In attendance: Clerk to the Council Ernie
Fenwick, and 3 members of the public
Wedding Receptions
CHAIRMANS WELCOME AND OPEN FORUM
Classes etc., etc.,
The Chairman welcomed everyone present and
PREFERENTIAL RATES opened the meeting.
FOR
The following items were raised by members of the
LOCAL ORGANISATIONS public
AND
• Footpath between Village Hall and Cox Ley has
LOCAL RESIDENTS weeds growing up one side. Handyman to
deal with
For Details Telephone
§ Large hole in public footpath outside the Village
01279 730 544 Hall adjacent to the entrance. Clerk to
Registered Charity No. 268367 report to ECC

15004 Dec 2015 § Road gutters in Broomfields not swept for over a
year

§ Parking outside the old Vicarage at school exit
time. ML will visit the Head Teacher and ask
for a leaflet to parents.

§ Conservation area to be cut once a year. JK to cut
§ 347 Bus service running until April 2016 and then

to be reviewed.
§ Thanks from the Hatfield Regis Local History

Society for the receipt of a grant

1472. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
Cllr Suzanna Wood (SW) family function, Gary
Waller (GW), attending an EFDC meeting

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August were signed as a true record of the portable and disabled units
meeting. available for hire.

1474. DECLARATION OF MEMBERS INTERESTS: Your local service provider for all liquid waste
removal, including cesspits and septic tanks
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BJ declared an interest in the footpath 12 and a
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b(ii) as he knows the owner.
IF declared a pecuniary interest in Planning Item Dog Walking/Day Care, Cat Feeding Garden
1480 b(i) 19 Cox Ley as he lives next door

1475. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON AGENDA Maintenance, Home Watch Visits Contact
ITEMS None
‘The Neighbours’ Est’d in 2000

1476. REPORTS TO / FROM COUNTY AND Ask us to look after your pets for regular or one-off
DISTRICT COUNCILLOR dog walks and general pet care.Plants watered, house

ML has not attended any meetings in August but calls & checks. Local residents since 1999
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1477. CLERKS REPORT: Phone Robert & Andrew on 01279 731 537 or
Email: [email protected]
Matters from last meeting and Action Register

1501/01 The Stag island parking issue. Clerk has

ascertained that an application for ownership

of the Village Green including the islands in

front of The Stag and The White Horse has 15061 Mar 2016

been made on behalf of the Lord of the

Manor. EF

1501/05 Kerbing in Broomfields. Clerk has submitted

proposals to Local Highways Panel. Clerk to

request a response. EF

1502/09 Parking spaces at Nursery on the Heath. File

passed to Enforcement Officer who has

confirmed a breach of planning has occurred

and asked owner to regularise by last week.

Planning Application has now been received

EF

1503/06 Quotation received from Village Handyman for

maintenance of war memorial garden.

EF

1505/01 Request meeting with Cllr Barker and ECC

Highways EF

1506/01 Stortford Road potholes. Request for meetings

refused by ECC Highways

EF

1506/02 Village Green protection works. Further

measures we re discussed with the Lord of

the Manor and posting was agreed to the

large green next to Holy Trinity Church. An

arch will be provided for access at the head of

Church Road and lockable access gates

installed at the Church Road/Sheering Road

Junction EF/ML

1506/04 RCCE Housing Survey. RCCE have appointed a

Housing Enabler and he has Circulated a

Housing Needs Survey. Agreed to proceed

with Consultation In October with leaflets

being delivered with the November Village

Magazine For return in early December.

1506/05 Removal of bulrushes. See Item 1444

1508/01 War Memorial cleaning. This will be delayed

until summer 2016

1508/02 Cricket Field cutting regime. Letter written to

HHCC. No response received to date EF

1508/03 Closing of road across cricket field. Letter
written to HHCC. No response received to
date, although ML has spoken to the CC

Continued on next page............. 23 15093 Aug 2016

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

NEED A WINDOW CLEANER?

ü High reach windows 1508/04 president who does not approve of that action
ü Conservatory deep clean EF
ü Fascia and gutter clean Letter to PCC and MP re reductions in policing
ü Building clean (cladding, pvc) Hatfield Heath. Response from PCC Nick
ü Signage Alston received, saying although there would
ü Shop fronts be fewer police constables in our area, the
differing methods of contacting police have
David Deacon
WINDOW CLEANING increased. And he confirmed that continued
contact between the Parish Council and the
Police was essential. Acknowledgement from
MP
Correspondence

[email protected] T: 01279 436196 i. EALC training bulletin
www.ddpropertycare.co.uk M: 07403443959
ii. Financial Accounts, Holy Trinity Church, URC,
Hatfield Regis History Society, Buffy

15096 July 16 Playbus, Alexia Wilson Trust

iii. Police Partnership documents

iv. Land registry application plan for Village Green

v. Housing Enabler RCCE

vi. Stansted Airport consultation.

vii. CVSU annual review

viii. Parking Partnership response

Meetings & Training
i. Councillor training day 1Wed 30th Sept 9.30 –
3.30 £70 EALC Gt Dunmow

1478. CHAIRMANS REPORT

14105 Nov 15 VJ Day celebrations were good but poorly
attended. Beacon was lit. Confirmation of
payment of

£130 for the singer at the celebrations

ML received a letter regarding a young man who
suffered a heart attack whilst walking a dog in

Hatfield Heath, and have asked if they could
donate a bench near the cricket pavilion. Agreed
1479. FINANCIAL REPORT:

The Finance Working Group has met and it is
anticipated that the overall level of grants being

paid by the Parish Council will not increase. It
has also been agreed that the level of the
precept

will have to rise significantly to cover the cost of
the works to the Village Green and the

proposed additional area of car parking alongside
Church Road on the Heath. It is anticipated

that the Finance Working Group will report back
with definitive proposals at the October

meeting.

Bank Balance after the authorisation of the
following payments £13251.22
i. Ian Hughes Parish Paths Partnership 105.30

ii. D Parish Allotments 249.97

iii. E Fenwick Website Maintenance 20.00

iv. Clerk Expenses 7.35

v. Staff Salaries

vi. HMRC PAYE

1480. PLANNING MATTERS

a. Decisions by UDC Planning Dept.
None

b. Applications
IF left the meeting

i. 19 Cox Ley Hatfield Heath; UTT/15/2459/FUL;

15007 January 2016

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Proposed extensions and alterations to existing PHIL SNELL
detached dwelling to form 2 no. Semi-detached
dwellings. General Building & Maintenance
OBJECT on grounds of overdevelopment of the site
Conversions, Bathrooms, Kitchens
IF re-joined the meeting Plastering, Brickwork, Decorating
ii. Manor Lodge Chelmsford Road; Call for Free Advice & Estimates
01279 739 136 or 07900 694 664
UTT/15/2663/OP; Outline application with
Some matters reserved for the demolition of FULLY INSURED
existing dwelling and erection of 2 no. 4 bed
detached dwellings with off road parking; 15018 December 2015
No OBJECTIONS
iii. Wengen, Chelmsford Road HH; UTT/15/2372/FUL; DOMESTIC CLEANING
Change of use of residential annexe SERVICES
to independent dwelling. NO OBJECTIONS
iv. Co-Op Store The Heath; UTT/15/2516/FUL; Shop- We provide -weekly cleaning <£11 per hour>,
front colour change, 3 no. new monthly or a one–off basis <£14 per hour>, according to
extract vents along flank elevation and 2 no. new
replacement air-conditioning units to your needs, NO JOB IS TO SMALL OR TO BIG FOR US
rear in attenuated enclosure.: NO OBJECTIONS Trustfull - Sole trader - Fully insured
12 years’ experience -Top references
1481. HIGHWAYS

a. Update on Highways Issues
1. Mini roundabout scheme A1060/B183 junction.

This scheme has gone through the Local
Highways Panel (LHP) and funding has been
Allocated for construction in this financial year
subject to any unforeseen technical reasons.

2. Revised junction Stortford Road Please call Isabela on
A1060/Sawbridgeworth Road. 07955 658 347 or 01279 902 991

This scheme is in detailed design stage and two 15102 Dec 15
alternatives are expected to be completed by end
IN-SHAPE
of September and presented to the Parish Council

For approval. There is no construction funding

for this project in this financial year.

3. Speed limit Sheering to Hatfield Heath.

It is thought unlikely that this stretch of road will
meet the criteria for a 40mph limit, but EJ will ask

to review the reasons for the refusal.

4. Pedestrian Crossing in centre of Hatfield Heath BOOTCAMPS, KETTLEBELLS AND
This scheme was previously refused as not

meeting the criteria for pedestrian crossings. ML
advised the meeting that the Parish Council were

about to install hard standing alongside Church

Road on The Heath to provide additional car

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increase the number of children crossing the road sizes and fitness levels.

to get to school. This has been agreed with the
Lord of the Manor. ML asked as an alternative to

a pedestrian crossing, to have traffic light Mondays 9.15-10am – INSANITY @ Hatfield Heath Village Hall
controlled crossing as in Sheering. The response Weds 9.15-10am Kettlebell Bootcamp @ Farm studio
is that this type of crossing requires a higher set
of criteria than a pedestrian crossing so would be Thursdays 7-7.45pm Bootcamp @ Hatfield Heath Village Hall
Fridays 9.15-10am – Bootcamp @ Hatfield Heath Village Hall
unlikely to succeed if the pedestrian crossing also
failed. Parish Council are to submit a further Please email/call regarding the location of “Farm Studio” in Hatfield Heath

application to the LHP when the car parking £5 per Bootcamp session
installation is completed. If either crossing were

to be approved, street lighting would be Special Offer

necessary. Alternative suggestion from ECC was Take part in 2 classes a week and get the 3rd free!!!
to approach school to fund a school crossing

patrol. ML will raise this with the Head Teacher if

crossings are refused. It was also acknowledged To book your place or for more info please call
that street lighting will be required for both
schemes outlined in Items 1 & 2 Rachel 07775 663742
email [email protected]

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PLUMBER .....................Continued From Previous page
Bathroom & Kitchen Design and Installation
All plumbing repairs & Installations 5. Pedestrian safety on service road outside The Stag,
Unvented Systems/Drainage The Heath. This issue is one of safety to pedestrians,
Joe Williams many of whom have been struck by vehicles mounting
07957 356506 – 01279 731727 the pavement to squeeze past parked cars alongside
[email protected] the island. The issue of ownership of the island remains
paramount to resolving this issue. Prior to the
15095 Aug 2016 resolution of ownership, ECC agreed to look into
suitable remedial works assuming that eventually
ownership is resolved with either the Lord of the Manor
obtaining ownership or the possibility of ECC adopting
the island. One potential concern is if the island is
reduced by too much, it creates a safety issue of drivers
and passengers alighting from parked cars alongside
the island being closer to the A1060.

6.Dislodged kerbstones, Broomfields
This is currently being looked at by LHP for widening
the road and resetting the kerbstones on a more
substantial basis.

Open Tues - Thurs 9 am-5 pm 7.Dislodged kerbstones road across cricket field, The
Fri 9 am-6 pm Heath to Ardley End ECC Agreed to have the
Sat 9am-4pm kerbstones removed by the Highway Rangers

8.Numerous potholes A1060 Stortford Road The potholes
are the result of a defective top coat of tarmac and this
is scheduled to be completely removed and resurfaced
by end of December 2015

1482. VILLAGE GREEN
Works to Church Road car park may need
planning permission and will need permission
from Lord of the Manor Quotation received of
£13600 for preparing car park area with grid with
grass infill seeded.
Second contractor has visited site. Grid for
parking will not sustain grass as wear will be too
great.

1483. AFFORDABLE HOUSING

RCCE have appointed a housing enabler and met
with ML and the Clerk earlier today. A Housing
Needs Survey leaflet has been circulated to all
members. Approved

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1484. AFFORDABLE HOUSING T: 01279 730 343 M: 07889 413773
RCCE have appointed a housing enabler and met Chesnut Drive Hatfield Heath
with ML and the Clerk earlier today. A Housing www.securecom.org.uk
Needs Survey leaflet has been circulated to all
members. Approved 15092 July 2016

1485. ALLOTMENTS In a Frame
ML thanked MB and DP for all of their hard work.
Volunteers are expected to work on 17th and Picture Framing and Art Supplies
18th to prepare the land. Michael Briscoe has sent
the lease to David Milne but has not received a F19 Allen House Business Centre, The Maltings, Station Rd
response as yet.
SAWBRIDGEWORTH CM21 9JX
1486. WILDLIFE AREA Telephone 01279 260 069
Bulrushes are dying off and the roots will be www.inaframe.co.uk
removed in October subject to weather
Framing for pictures, photographs, prints, posters,
1487. POLICE HOUSE objects and memorabilia.
SB and GW were raising this with Essex Police
Estates Canvas stretching and needlework lacing
Sports shirt framing
1488. STANSTED AIRPORT
Notice to be placed in Notice Board for the We now stock a good selection of Daler-Rowney art materials
meeting at the Village Institute on 7th October including stretched canvas, canvas panels, brushes, paints,
papers & easels as well as Screen Print Kits,
1489. REPORTS FROM MEMBERS ON MEETINGS Lino Cutting Sets & DAS Modelling Clay
ATTENDED None attended
15109 Oct 15
1490. MATTERS TO BE RAISED BY MEMBERS FOR
THE NEXT AGENDA
First responders, Queens 90th Birthday,

1491. DATES OF NEXT MEETINGS
14th October 11th November 9th December

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15086 Dec 2016
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A Message from
Stewart Gibbs

It is with regret that I have stepped
down as Vicar of Holy Trinity
with effect from September. It
has been a great privilege serving
as minister here. I have had the
joy of working with some
wonderful people.

I move to work as a teacher of Classics at
Brentwood School. This will give me more time
to devote to my work at St. Mellitus College.
and to support my wife, Sam, in her own new
phase of ministry.

In due course I will become assistant minister in
Sam’s parishes.

Featuring a selection of superb photos
from across Essex and Hertfordshire

The cover photograph is of a sunset over St Mary's
Church in Saffron Walden.

The A3 (11”x16”) format has been improved to
make it easier to read the days of the week.
With one month per page plus
space to record appointments each day.

Our much loved calendar illustrates the beauty,
diversity and heritage of the area which would be
threatened by proposals to expand Stansted Airport

Bruno & Barbara
Have a limited number of copies at
“Manor Lodge”, Chelmsford Road, Hatfield Heath,

Tel: 01279 730 498
Email : [email protected]

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