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July 2018

Hatfield Heath Village Magazine July 2018

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Our new website:- http: hat eldheath lla ema a e ee ly m

P ST CE C S E 31st May 2018 Buckingham Palace
Charity Garden Party
Dear fellow villagers
can imagine most of you have heard that the Post Sandra Saban ( B County Chairperson and National
ffice in the tearoom is closing and we are writing Central Committee member) was selected to attend
Buckingham Palace to represent the national Women s
to confirm that sadly this is true. We are due to close Section of the oyal British egion recently.
on 19th July. Both Sandra and another delegate Sandra ishlock
Since purchasing the post office 6 years ago we were honoured to represent the tireless work
have gone through many financial and service undertaken by the Women s Section over the last 40
changes all of these changes have come directly years in terms of welfare work and the raising of
from the post office. ll the time services are being benevolent monies to support armed forces their
taken away from the Post ffice such as pensions families widows and children.
they now want customers to have them paid into Both ladies were introduced to Prince William H H
their bank accounts. the Duke of Cambridge who chatted with them about
n ctober we are facing another financial change his young family.
from them where our commission is being halved.
He also mentioned that the ueen although in
s you can imagine our staff rent & utilities are attendance on the day was uite
always increasing with this new reduction in tired (having ust undergone eye
commission it would not be viable for us to remain surgery).
open we simply cannot afford it. wonderful day was en oyed by
We hope that they will put the Post ffice all.
elsewhere but we haven t been informed of if or
where. Next British egion event see
Page 28.
hope you can understand this was a difficult
decision but really one that was taken out of our

ind regards
Jackie & Nicola

Jackie and
Nicola at the
opening in

ugust 2004
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lthough meetings are not held in June July and ugust the History Society has been involved in a series of
initiatives. visit to Hatfield Heath Community Primary School by the Secretary to ear 3 and ear 6 is
contributing to the Pupils involvement in two pro ects.

or ear 3 a Village Walk organized by the school is being supported and reinforced with a presentation and
printed collage of images from Then and Now showing changes that have occurred in the Village over a
number of years. The collage provides a pictorial route from a starting point in Mill ane changes through the
Village to a final stage at the nited eformed Church. The walk covers 15 actual places demonstrating over a
number of years how the history and heritage has changed.
The visit to ear 6 was to discuss and present a pro ect which the Society is pleased to announce is in its seventh
year. continued relationship between the School and History Society has been a culmination of cooperation
which has existed. The Pupils are engaged on a pro ect with the sub ect of what do you think about M
V GE or M T WN . The work can be imaginative or factual and is able to be presented in a number of
ways. written essay supported with images pro ect board or a piece of art work complete with labelling or
annotation . s in previous years the three best udged entries will receive prizes and a Certificate indicating
Pupils achievement signed by the ord of the Manor. ther entries which reach a certain standard but are not
prize winners can also receive a Certificate of Commendation.
The Society are grateful to the School and particularly the relevant teaching staff without whose help and
cooperation would not enable the pro ect to take place.

Ivan Cooper

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Hannah and Mi hael hine would li e to than all who supported their Open Garden on the 2 2 May
wee end in aid of Grove Cottage (M CAP). We were so lu y with the fabulous hot weather over the
wee end. veryone who ame enjoyed all the entertainment, the garden, the very large plant sale, raffle,
offee, home-made a es and ream teas and the boo stall. We are most grateful to all our entertainers (Jess

augirda and friends, arah M, Adrienne & Mal olm and es of Ha ard and B (Bishops tortford ulele
o iety) for giving us su h a fantasti performan e over the wee end.

The raffle pri es were ama ing Huge than s are due to ojan Restaurant, Ongar for 3 x 50 vou hers, 1 for the
ojan, one for Beauvoir Arms talian Restaurant and a further 50 vou her at the Royal Tiger Thai ndian

restaurant vou her for physiotherapy at Holisti are, Hatfield Broad Oa ream tea for two at the Mint Caf ,
awbridgeworth ream tea for two at the illage Tea Rooms, Hatfield Heath, a vou her from uilibrium for a
dermabrasion treatment, and various other pri es. All your generosity is mu h appre iated.

We would li e to than all our friends and volunteers, and the awbridgeworth outs for the loan of ga ebos,
Hatfield Heath illage Hall for the loan of e uipment, all those who helped on the day, made deli ious a es
and s ones.

Grove Cottage will benefit from this event by just over ,500 - a very rewarding sum. We are most grateful and
appre iative of all your support whi h made this possible

Grove Cottage is affiliated to Men ap and is maintained by lo al donations only.

t provides a tivities for hildren and adults with
learning disabilities and respite are for
parents arers. This provides a mu h needed brea
for the families of these hildren and adults.

Many than s again.

Hope to see you again next year

Hannah & Mi hael hine

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t be held at the hite H rse Pub Friday th uly 2 at 7. .

ur last ui night sold out uickly so this time we have managed to hire both the inside and

outside areas of the pub so we can now accommodate more tables

e still advise you to book your tickets S to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are £10 per person, which includes a light meal..

-8 people per table please, either put together your own team or buy tickets and we will assign

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Village Diary

J 2018 ridays 10:00am behind the surgery
in the Village Hall Car Park.
1st 08:00 Holy Communion (traditional) HT
09:30 ll ge Worship (contemporary) with Mondays 10:30am ittle Hallingbury
Village Car Park
Baptism HT
10:30 amily Service ( ev J B: Buxton) C LEISURE HOUR
18:00 Service at The Close) C
18:30 Evensong (traditional) HT ur meetings cease through the summer but will start
again on Wednesday 5th September
2nd 11:30 for 12:00 uncheon Club C
4th 09:30 Holy Communion (traditional) HT 2pm at the C Hall
5th 17:30 Evening Prayer with Bishop Stephen Cottrell New Members and Visitors welcome

(Bishop of Chelmsford) St Mary s Sheering or Details phone Jean on 730465
8th 08:00 Holy Communion (traditional) St Mary s
HHPC Pa h C u l F um
09:30 Holy Communion (Contemporary) HT The next forum will be held on Saturday July 7th
10:30 amily Service (B Herring) C between 1000 and 1200 in the Village Hall. Please
11th 09:30 Holy Communion (traditional) at St Mary s come along and let us know about anything you like
and we will try and do something about it for you.
ittle Hallingbury
12th 10:30 Holy Communion- The Close New Village Facebook Group
15th 08:00 Holy Communion (traditional) HT Those readers who use social media may be interested

09:30 Matins (traditional) HT to know that a new acebook group has ust been
10:30 amily Pet Service ( ev Blair irkby) C created for residents of Hatfield Heath to share
18:00 Service at The Close information and events within the community.
18th 09:30 Holy Communion (traditional language) The address is groups 109418859757922
HT lternatively search acebook for Hatfield Heath
11:30 for 12:00 uncheon Club C Village Community Group.
20th ast day of Summer Term for Primary School
22nd 08:00 Holy Communion (traditional) St Mary s Do please send any items of local interest to the
Editor by the 14th of the month.
09:30 Holy Communion (contemporary) HT If you send them well before that date you are more
10:30 amily Service (E.Stockdale) C likely to get your item included
24th 10:30 Holy Communion The Haven
25th 09:30 Holy Communion (traditional) at St

Mary s ittle Hallingbury
19:45 Gardening Club VH
26th 20:00 Village Hall Committee Meeting C
29th 08:00 Holy Communion (traditional) St Mary s

09:30 Holy Communion (traditional) HT
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Hatfield Regis
Local History
has published several
books and leaflets:-

OUT The War Memorials of
Hatfield Regis £5

Addendum: The Mis-

remembered Men £1

P.O.W Camp 116 £5
This space is 1/12th
Should you want tTohaedSvteargti£s5e,

Eden Cottage Hospital £1
please email: [email protected]

Pumps and Wells of
Hatfield Heath £5

Contact Ivan Cooper
01279 730275

OUT Sun 25th Hatfield
Heath Festival

Sun 25th Open Day URC p.5

Coffee Mornings &
Cream Teas p5, p11 & p28


Losing more of our green areas NEWS FROM THE GARDENS OF EASTON
“There is a planning application to turn the two
small greens on the slip road facing the heath into In July we always use the Open Day as a time to
car parking. (There is also an application for a remember the Gardens as a haven and place of
car park at the south end of the church which is respite for the Airmen operating from the
probably quite sensible.) neighbouring Dunmow airfield in World War II.
This year, we will also share with visitors the World
But do we want to turn the centre of our War I history of the Easton Lodge estate and its
village into in effect a car park for those who do people.
not live here but just make use of us.
The Open Day is on 22 July, with gates open
We are a village and are very fortunate in 11.30am – 5.00pm
having our heath but do we need this urbanisation
with much of our small greens lost forever. In Last entry 4.00pm – entry price £4.50 and free
addition vehicles, often large cars, will be for children under 16 years old.
reversing out of the proposed parking bays into
the slip road. How dangerous. We will have our own history stalls, as well as
military vehicles and classic cars. We will be joined
We all know there is a parking problem, but by the duo called Perfect Vintage, singing wartime
whatever action is taken should be for the benefit songs, and there will be themed children’s activities.
of those who live here.” Dogs are welcome to explore the Gardens too, on
leads, so there will be lots of interest for every
Michael Ronan member of the family.

Any objections have to be in to Uttlesford The Gardens are looking fabulous this year already.
District Council by 3 July. We have done a lot of planting. The Italian Garden
is looking very colourful. The stumpery and rill area
Girls Names Quiz in the Glade are maturing. And the walled kitchen
2018 in aid of garden will have a magnificent dahlia border and is
Teenage Cancer Trust well stocked.

We sold nearly 300 quizzes and, after final By July we hope there will be lots of our produce
expenses and including donations, I am for sale. Of course, our band of happy volunteers in
delighted to say that I hope to have raised the Daisy’s will also be providing locally sourced bacon
princely sum of £950 for Teenage Cancer rolls and cheese rolls, hot and cold drinks and our
Trust, in memory of our dearly missed friend usual wide selection of homemade cakes.
Joshua Taffs. This is an overwhelming
amount, and I am truly grateful to everyone For more information & news, see our website:
who supported the quiz. My special thanks go or find us on Facebook.
to those people who were able to sell quizzes
to their friends or who made donations, Jill Goldsmith
especially Nisa in Bell Street, Sawbridgeworth.

My next quiz will be at the same time next year.

Thank you again for supporting Teenage
Cancer Trust.
Jane Johnson

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the scooter, it will have to be passed on to someone else who needs some mobility in our village. For further
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Children s Clubs . Bridge Club 723948
. uncheon Club for senior citizens 730581
. Pre-school - 2-5years 07340 575792 . pen Coffee Morning at the nstitute 730288
. Jo Jingles 6mths- 7yrs Tel: 868410 . Gardening Club 730425
. School ootball Club :- 812586 . History Society- van Cooper 730275
. Scouts:- 812586 . oyal British egion 730042
. Cubs Chris Hancock :-731646 . Bell ingers 730526
. Brownies in Sheering 734391 . Choir 730390
. Guides - Great Hallingbury . eisure Hour 730465
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. riday Club at C (7-12yrs) . Talking Newspapers 651270 or 653925
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Sport Fitness Groups . armers Market 07956 563 710
. Visiting ptician 443181
. Karate 445539 - Village Hall . Neighbourhood Watch
. Cricket Club 730674 Paula.osullivan Tel 730281
. Football Club 730212
. Keep Fit for over 50s Village Hall . ttlesford Badger Group- Derek Barry
on Weds 9.30am 07776 221 975 n call 24 7 503332 or 07941 185 171
. Bootcamp Village Hall Mon Fri Men
Websites of Groups Clubs Institutions
Women all ages shapes si es
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. Bowls Village Hall -Richard Way 730066 Broomfields
Afternoon sessions:- 724833 Broad ak
Evening sessions:- Richard Way 730066 . School
. Health Walk in Hatfield Heath Fri 10.00am . H.H Cricket Club
Meet outside H.H surgery 731434 hatfieldheathcc
.Health Walk in L.Hallingbury Mon 10:30 . H.H Football Club - hatfieldfc
Meet at L.H Village car park 899451 . Heath Players and
. Bounce Tues 07793430183 9.15-10.15 and https: groups 246923642002
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Thurs 18.30-19.30 .BridgeClub...www.hatfieldheathbridgeclub.or
.Yoga Thurs 07956 502821 9.15-10.15
.Institute Dance 07900 571034 Weds 7-8pm . Parish Council
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Friday Club is as the name suggests, a club run
URC Hall Wed 4th July 2018 on a Friday evening for the young people (7-12
7:30pm years old) of Hatfield Heath and surrounding
PARISH COUNCIL It is held Friday evenings 7pm – 9pm in the URC
Parish Clerk - Ernie Fenwick.................. 730 770 Church Hall, Chelmsford Road,Hatfield Heath.
Email : ............. [email protected] Its nightly membership is £5.00.

Mark Lemon Chairman ........................... 730 581 Tracy Sykes Club Leader
(District Councillor) Telephone: 07803 273083
Vice Chairman -Mark Bissell ..............… 730 376 Email: [email protected]
Robert Jones................................................ 730 741
Nigel Robley............................................... 730 568 LUNCHEON CLUB
Chris Overton........................................... 731 036 Monday 2th July & Wednesday 18th July
Keith Fox ………………………………. 730 040
Peter Brown ………………………………730 859 11:30 for 12:00
Roger Breavington ………………………730 068 All over 55s welcome. Transport available.

Ring Judy 01279 730 581

PHONE NUMBERS OF Registered Charity Number 1051491
PCSO Simon Horne Buffy Playbus visits
Email:[email protected]
Essex Police Non Emergency.................101 The Heath, HATFIELD HEATH. CM22 7EB
Emergency ............................................. 999
DOCTORS Broomfields........................ 01279 730 616 TUESDAYS 9.30am - 11am
DOCTOR Broad Oak............................ 01279 718 245
DOCTOR Sawbridgeworth.................. 01279 603 180 To send your letters /articles/ reports /photographs
THE SAMARITANS.......................... 01920 464 099 Email :- [email protected]

HATFIELD HEATH C.P. SCHOOL.....01279 730 382 Or contact the Editor
PRE-SCHOOL....................................... 01279 730 354
For advertising :email - [email protected]
Vicarage Office....................................... 01279 730 288 Editor : -Mary Stewart 01279 731 319
CHURCH WARDENS Treasurer: - Norman Groves 01279 730756
Eileen Ashworth ..................................... 01279 730 610 Secretary: - Jean Clarke 01279 730 667
Diane Barnett .- PCC Secretary...............01279 730 425 Distributor- Michael Hockley 07976 801 062
Chairman - Brendan Carrig 01279 730 549
URC Rev Blair Kirkby- ……...........07913 476934 Printed by PrintandBind 01708687568

URC Secretary - Betty Bennett............. 01279 508 455

Village Volunteers when you need help..07944 748 478

MOBILE LIBRARY Please note that the Hatfield Heath Magazine is a
non profit organisation and everyone involved in
new schedule its production works on a voluntary basis.

Visits every 3rd week on a DISCLAIMER: The Editor and Printers do not
Wednesday take responsibility for the information given or
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Stansted Airport the anchester Airports roup A . The sweeping changes are included in the
latest version of the C raft ocal Plan published last week. ote 1

As it presently stands C policy only supports the e pansion of Stansted Airport up to its current
permitted limit of 3 million passengers per annum mppa compared to 26mppa today. However the
new policy if endorsed at a meeting of all C councillors later this month would remove many of
the e isting local controls over e pansion beyond the current permitted limit of 3 mppa. nstead
there would be no upper limit on the e pansion of Stansted Airport not even in relation to another

t is no coincidence that the proposed changes have suddenly emerged at a time when A is
seeking to increase the permitted limit at Stansted Airport from 3 mppa to 3mppa. SSE views this
as an attempt to shift the goal posts in order to manipulate a favourable outcome to the current airport
planning application.

SSE has established that the revised wording of the C airports policy known as Policy SP11 was
largely written by A in September last year ote 2 and has resulted in the deletion of the previous
re uirement for airport development proposals to be in accordance with the latest permission as well
as the re uirement that there should be no significant increase in the number of flights.

SSE believes that the wording of the new policy was probably finalised at a meeting held behind
closed doors between A and C planning officers in late 2017. sing Freedom of nformation
re uests SSE has established that no fewer than 3 meetings took place between C planning
officers and A representatives in the course of 2016 and 2017 including a specific meeting to
discuss changes to the C ocal Plan held on 11 ecember 2017. C has refused to provide
formal minutes for any of these 3 meetings.

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line of similar issues where it appears that C planning officers have been all too keen to
accommodate the owners of Stansted Airport:

�The manipulation of the current planning application to try to leave C to determine the outcome
and avoid the detailed national scrutiny that would result if the application were called in by the
Secretary of State. SSE continues to be prepared to take legal action on this issue. ote 3

�The Cash for Favours agreement between C and A whereby the Council agreed to fast track
the current airport planning application in return for staged payments from A .

�The discovery buried in an appendi deep within the 2 930 page planning application that A
wants to remove the present restriction which prevents it lobbying overnment for more night flights at
Stansted. ntil SSE s disclosure of this issue neither C nor A had made any mention of this
hidden proposal aimed ultimately at increasing night flights.

� C s clear bias in re uiring those submitting objections to the planning application to provide their
address whereas those supporting the planning application need not provide their address.

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the impact on the local community whose interests they are supposed to serve.

rian oss concluded: The growing catalogue of concerns about C s handling of this airport
planning application and the lack of transparency in the council s dealings with A make it all the
more important for this application to be taken out of C s hands and dealt with by the Secretary of


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Cllr Mark emon (M ) Chairman Cllrs Mark Bissell (MB) Peter Brown (PB) Bob Jones (BJ)
Chris verton (C ) Nigel obley (N ) Ernie enwick Clerk to the Council and 11 members
of the public.

The Chairman welcomed everyone present and opened the meeting.

The following items were raised by members of the public

� Post ffice is closing and the estimated time for closure is July
� Cricket field has been cut very badly and the surface has been taken off.
� genda has not been located on the website.
� Sheering oad footpath and Sawbridgeworth oad footpath are still overgrown
� pdate on Parish Council actions on Parish Plan
� Speedwatch. dvert to be placed in Magazine
� wnership of land to the west of Hunters Meet
� Noise disturbance from Hunters Meet
� Waste bin near ish and Chip shop which was damaged
� arger waste bin outside the Co-op or it needs to be emptied more regularly. Clerk to write to Co-op
manager. arge amount of rubbish is from early morning deliveries.

� Ditch to the green where the bus was set on fire.
� Minutes show the public ueries but not the parish council actions.
� Published minutes to show not signed off by the Parish Council.
� lower planters to be placed on the White Horse island are delayed due to manufacturing complications.
� Development at riars ane. Explanation of the scheme by the site owner.
� Pond in wildlife area is in a serious condition.

2151. Apologies for Absence

� Cllr oger Breavington ( B) attending another meeting eith ox ( ) away ECC Cllr Susan Barker
2152. Minutes of last Meeting
The minutes of the Parish Council meeting and nnual Parish Council Meeting of 2nd May 2018 were signed as
a true record.
2153. Declarations of interests.
M as a district councillor BJ is a member of SSE
2154. Reports to and from County and District Councillors
M reported as follows

� n June 19th ocal plan will come up for acceptance. The MGB is protected around Hatfield Heath

� irport application is now likely to be considered in September. esidents in Hatfield Heath need to pass
comments to the DC planning office. Either for or against.
2155. Clerk s Report

ny business re uiring a decision is listed on the genda.
a. Correspondence eceived and Circulated

i. E C Training Bulletin Continued: on page 23
ii. E C eBulletin
iii. ocal Government GDP briefing
iv. ural Crime Survey re uest for response
v. SSE Campaign pdate
vi. Essex Police Partnership document
vii. Casual Vacancy return
viii.Community Pro ect Grant
ix. E C Councillor Training Days 1 & 2



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2156. Chairman s Report
M eported that Gas sniffing taking place in Barkers ane

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Closure of Post ffice re uires further information
2157. Financial Report
Bank Balance after the following payments have cleared 57557.07

Payments to be approved
E C Subscriptions 452.02
E C Training 85.00
J enney Services ural Verge Cut 796.60
PW May Contracting Grass Cutting 993.28
P Graves Notice Board 62.61
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2158. Planning Matters

Decisions by DC Planning Dept.

i. 13 The Shaw Hatfield Heath TT 18 1065 C P Proposed rooflights. GRANTED

ii. 7 ittle Heath Hatfield Heath TT 18 0918 HH Demolition of existing side garage and car port and rear

raised patio area. Erection of single storey rear and two storey side extensions. GRANTED

iii. 13 The Shaw Hatfield Heath TT 18 0721 C P Proposed single storey rear extension. GRANTED

iv. The Croft Stortford oad Hatfield Heath TT 17 3679 HH Extension to roof to form second floor

accommodation. REFUSED

v. Stables to The East f Dunmow oad Hatfield Heath TT 17 3687 eplacement of stables with 1 no.

detached dwelling. GRANTED

vi. Chantry Mead Sawbridgeworth oad Hatfield Heath TT 17 3471 HH Erection of two storey and single

storey rear extensions. lterations to detached garage and roof extension to create first floor playroom. GRANTED


i. and South of akhanger riars ane Hatfield Heath TT 18 1437 Erection of 8 no. detached dwellings

with associated access from riars ane and the introduction of a new community orchard. M declared an interest

as a member of the planning committee and left the meeting. BJECT on the following grounds. The site is in

Green Belt and is outside the Village Development envelope. riars ane is too narrow to allow this increase in

traffic. Drainage proposals are inade uate.

ii. The Croft Stortford oad Hatfield Heath TT 18 1406 HH lteration to roof to form a second floor with

flat roofed leaded dormers and Velux windows and first floor extension over existing ground floor side pro ection

with amendments to windows. BJECT on similar grounds to list application

iii. e Valon and and o e Valon and akmead Chelmsford oad Hatfield Heath TT 18 1306

Demolition of outbuildings. Demolition of e Valon and erection of replacement dwelling and 2 no. new dwellings.

Creation of new access road. BJECT on grounds of overdevelopment of the site and in Green Belt.

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iv. ootprint The Heath Hatfield Heath TT 18 1220 Demolition of existing redundant shop and

erection of 1 no. new dwelling (revised scheme to that approved under planning permission TT 17 2820 ).


v. 15 Broomfields Hatfield Heath TT 18 1163 HH Erection of single storey rear extension. N


Mill ane. DC have applied for the site to be placed on the Heritage Trust.
ssue on traffic survey not being accurate. Proposed by C to accept uotation of 350 for an independent
traffic survey Seconded N carried unanimously.
DC confirm that any development over 6 houses automatically called in to the planning committee

2159. Highways
Standardise speed limits throughout the village

looding at B183 1060. Clerk to report again and check number of reports.
looding outside the Nursery on the Heath
Potholes on Service oad.

2160. Village Green
Ditch across the Village Green cricket area has been filled in.

rea opposite the Thatcher s is cut twice per year.

2161. Stansted Airport
BJ re uested a letter to the MP asking for an acknowledgement of our letter of 17th
ncrease in night flights four-fold using Dietling 04 and Clacton routes which will cross the centre of the village.

atest SSE press release implies that if the new local plan is accepted there will be no upper limit on flight
BJ will write articles for Magazine.

2162. Flooding
Meeting at 9.30 am tomorrow with ECC to determine what options are available to resolve the flooding issue
and explore the funding opportunities.

2163. Parking
ellow ines will be installed during the summer and hopefully in July
ellow lines at the rear of the bus stop opposite The White Horse cannot be added to the existing order and

needs to be applied for in the next. Clerk to ask NEPP to revisit the village to agree the extent of lines.
Planning application has been submitted for the car parking in Church oad and the echelon parking on the
service road.

2164. Dog Bins
Survey to be carried out by PB and N and a map produced.

2165. Affordable Housing
Clerk to re uest a written status and to attend the next parish council meeting

2166. Reports from members on meetings attended None

2167. Matters to be raised by members for the next Agenda
Social Media ey Task Monitoring Closure of Post ffice.

2168. Dates of next meetings 4th July 1st ugust 5th September Meeting closed at 9.15 pm

ACRONYM Information E C (Essex ssociation of ocal Councils)
DC ( ttlesford District Council)
NEPP (North Essex Parking Partnership)
SSE (Stop Stansted Expansion)
HM C (HM evenue & Customs)
oM ( ord of the Manor)
P W (Prisoner of War) SB (ECC Cllr Susan Barker)


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take much notice why should they Hatfield Heath was truly rural.
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n Sunday 27th ay a group from Holy Trinity
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Farm with the everend awn to celebrate On Thursday 5th July, 2018. Please join us for

ogation Sunday. t was a lovely sunny day afternoon tea between 12.30 -3.30pm
and we walked around the fields looking at At Lingfield, Chelmsford Road, Hatfield Heath
crops of hay wheat and barley. We had
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road ak Sheering and atching before garden.
returning to the barn where we had a shared
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eft:-Sam Marrow s Starry Night taken late at night in riar s ane.

ight - David Parish - cross the large pond towards the church

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