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March 2014

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We offer a President - Rupert Gosling, Lord of the Manor
Complete Service
AGM NOTICE
DESIGN
CERAMIC TILING of the Annual General Meeting
to be held on
LIGHTING
WOODWORK ETC. 7.30 pm Tuesday 18 March 2014
at the URC Hall
All carried out with the minimum
of fuss and mess by experts! Chelmsford Road, Hatfield Heath
Also all Plumbing & The meeting will be followed by a presentation
Domestic Heating Installations entitled

SO LOOK NO FURTHER THAN ‘The changing face of Mill Lane’

C.F OAKES A WARM WELCOME TO ALL VISITORS
This meeting can provide a good opportunity to
Established in Harlow for over 45 years introduce old or new friends to the Society or as a
19 SERVICE BAY, WYCH ELM , HARLOW reminder to those that have previously enjoyed
discussion and involvement in research on Village or
1311 January to December 2013 general historical topics. The choice of subjects are
not necessarily limited to Hatfield Heath for there is a
wealth of topics that can be linked historically.
Hello Members and to all those who have supported
the Society

A brief reminder, via the advert, of the Annual
General Meeting. If there are subjects that you feel
would provide interesting material to complete a
programme of events during 2014 please contact the
Secretary, John Sly, [email protected] or
01279 731 319, with any ideas or requests.

WINDOWS ON THE PAST

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2-3 people) Personal Training in a private gym in Hatfield Heath. Constable
Whereas Richard Ballett of Down Hall one of the
Justices of the peace for Essex has by his warrant
dated 7th April 1680 to the Constables,
Churchwardens & Overseers of the poor of Hatfield
Broad Oak for the levying of 20s on the goods and
chattels of Ann Parker Widow of Hatfield Heath for
the first offence in allowing an unlawful conventicle
to be held on 7th March 1679 at her house there,
This warrant was delivered to Isaac Dawes –
victualler, one of the Constables.
Nevertheless Dawes neglected his duty and refused
to execute it !
Witness Richard Day - Gentleman
Confessed and fined 5s - paid to the Sheriff.

To book your place or for more info please call Many Vicars refused to sign the Act of Uniformity
email in 1672, including John Warren , Vicar of St. Mary's
Hatfield Broad Oak
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‘LEST WE FORGET’

Part 1

by John Sly

Many historians of the Great War have
undertaken the task of researching the names
on their local war memorials. During my re-
search on the memorials in Hatfield Heath, Hat-
field Broad Oak and Bush End it became
obvious that some men, described in Soldiers
Died In The Great War (SDGW) as having been
born in Hatfield Heath or Hatfield Broad Oak,
were not included on the respective memorials.
Why this happened in each case is impossible
to determine at this remove, but my research
indicates that it is connected with the absence of
these particular men (but not necessarily their
respective families) from their stated place of
birth for a period of time before the outbreak of
the war.

It might be argued that these servicemen
should more correctly be commemorated on
memorials other than those of their respective
places of birth if they had had little to do with
those places for a good part of their lives. How-
ever, I believe that honouring those who once
lived in one’s own community who died in the
Great War is an important aspect of local histo-
ry. The names of those who were once part of
the community, for whatever time period, should
not be forgotten by posterity, even if they are not
memorialised in stone. It is all part of
‘remembering.’

The large majority of the men whose ca-
reers I have researched were designated in the
respective censuses as ‘worker on farm’,
‘horsekeeper’ or a variation of those descrip-
tions. Some surnames occur several times, and
several of the families numbered six or more
children. This means that there was often a du-
plication of names, occasionally making the
identification of a particular individual very diffi-
cult.

There is, of course, one element in this
research that has constantly to be borne in
mind: the accuracy of the records. The SDGW
data is presumably based on the information
given by the soldier on enlistment, and the Com-
monwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC)
data is based on responses from the bereaved
families. If the recruiting officer or Non-Commis-
sioned Officer was not familiar with the name of
the birthplace given by the recruit, or the recruit
could not spell it, or the recruit did not himself
know precisely where he was born, the place of

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5 13074 Mar 2014

H A T F I E L D H E A T H PARISH COUNCIL

MINUTES OF PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
HELD AT 7.30 PM ON

WEDNESDAY 12th FEBRUARY 2014
IN THE URC HALL, HATFIELD HEATH

13058 Mar 2014 PRESENT:

Cllr David Parish (DP), (Chairman), Cllrs Bob Jones (BJ),
Steve Foster (SF), Sandra Saban (SS), Bart Sheekey
(BS), Mel Sullivan (MS),
In attendance: Cllr Susan Barker (SB) (ECC), Clerk to
the Council Ernie Fenwick, and 2 members of the public

Hatfield Heath CHAIRMANS WELCOME OPEN FORUM AND
CHAIRMAN'S REMARKS

The Chairman welcomed everyone present

& 1089 APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
Cllrs Mark Lemon (ML), Holiday, Gary Waller (GW), EFDC
INSTITUTE Planning meeting;

Are Available for 1090. MINUTES OF LAST MEETING

Children’s Parties The minutes of the Council Meeting of 8th January were
signed as a true record of the meeting.
Small tables and chairs now available
1091. DECLARATION OF MEMBERS INTERESTS:
Celebrations None

including 1092. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON AGENDA ITEMS
Nigel Robley presented a report regarding the flooding in
Wedding Receptions Stortford Road. He has reported this to ECC Highways
and the website states the issue has been inspected and
Classes etc., etc., “there is no issue found at this location”. Clerk advised
that the responses on the website are usually inaccurate
PREFERENTIAL RATES as the call centre has access to a different set of
FOR information. Nigel will forward report to Clerk who will
forward to SB for action
LOCAL ORGANISATIONS Clerk asked SB to look into the performance of the
AND website as it is no good providing a service which does
not respond with accurate information.
LOCAL RESIDENTS MS also pointed out that reports on locations in Hatfield
Heath are often assigned to Stansted.
For Details Telephone Nigel then left the meeting.

01279 730 544 1093. REPORTS TO / FROM COUNTY AND
Registered Charity No. 268367 DISTRICT COUNCILLOR

SB sits on Highways Panel with MS. Traffic survey carried
out at Dunmow Road/A1060 and Sawbridgeworth
Road/Stortford Road junctions which suggests no
improvement on traffic flow by changing either junction.
Agreed that the request to change the junction was not
prompted by improving traffic flow but to reduce speed
through village, and to improve safety at the junctions.

13020 January to December 2013 6

SB suggests in addition to a formal response from the One off cleans or ongoing
parish council that a petition from villagers to request Fully insured and CRB checked
these improvements would assist greatly. Just £10 per hour
SB then left the meeting Ironing services just £15 for 30 items
not inc bedding.
1094. CLERKS REPORT: SPECIAL OFFER if booked a minimum of 4 hours
Matters from last meeting and Action Register
cleaning a week just £9 per hour 07525 422 603
1310/04 Parking A1060/Beehive Junction protection request EF
1312/04 Court Junction. and photographs submitted EF 130143 June 2014
1401/01 Emergency Planning to Parking Partnership EF
1401/02 Update. EF HUTLEY ELECTRICAL LTD
Clerk asked for any more in-
1401/03 Footpath 12. formation regarding services EF DOMESTIC & INDUSTRIAL
The Heath available from ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
parishioners
Broomfields kerbstones Hutley Electrical offers a full range of
PROW officer emailed with Electrical Services and has been
land owners details established for over 20 years.
From House re-wires to Industrial/
Posts to be erected on road Commercial projects we pride ourselves
across the Heath at the rear of on offering a competent, polite, tidy
the professional service and endeavour to
Bus stop. Alternative option is work with the minimum of disruption to
for sleepers laid behind kerbs. you wherever possible.
Clerk to contact J Kenney
**We are a full member of the NICEIC
Clerk to arrange meeting and have been for many years.**
with engineers

Correspondence
i. Aviation Seminar
ii. Accessible playground equipment
iii. Parking of HGV’s and encroachment of hedge
iv. Mini roundabout schemes
v. Police Precept
vi. Staff Pensions
vii. Bus Shelter
viii. Application for inclusion onto Pharmaceutical list
ix. Time Bank CVSU
x. Green Waste Skip provision for 2014. Agreed to provide

weekly service alternately between Broomfields and Ardley
Crescent which will require an increase in the Council Tax
precept for next year.

Meetings and Training Call Bob now for a free quotation
i. Funding Workshop TEL: 01279 722 351 or
MOBILE: 07774 941 668
Thurs 24 Apr 10-12pm Great Dunmow £35
13043 Jan - Dec 2013
ii. Emergency Planning Workshop

Fri 14 Feb 10-1pm Great Dunmow £45

Continued on next page...............

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[email protected] 1095. CHAIRMANS REPORT

13117 Aug 2014 P Nothing to report

1096. FINANCIAL REPORT:

Escape The bank balance after authorisation of the following
payments is £19410.65

Uttlesford DC Green Waste skip £1,653.96

E Fenwick Website Maintenance £20.00

L.V.L. LASHES AT ESCAPE E Fenwick Expenses £37.36

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97 PLANNING MATTERS

Before After a. Decisions by UDC
i. Land Adjacent To Stonebridge Farm Chelmsford Road

HH: UTT/13/3215/OP: Erection of a single detached
dwelling with all matters reserved except access:
REFUSED

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• Spray Tans ii. 4 Manse Cottages, Chelmsford Road HH:
• Waxing UTT/14/0139/HHF: Single storey rear extension to
• IPL Total Hair Reduction existing double garage. Object on the grounds of over
development of the site and would not wish to see an
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FOR APPOINTMENTS PLEASE CALL iii. The Old Vicarage The Heath HH: UTT/14/0172/TPO:
Reduce overhanging branches by up to 4m and trim 1 no.
Sue Burgess 07740 433 417 / 01279 731 769 Cedar

Situated in the Shaw Hatfield Heath iv. The Elms, Lea Green Road, HH: UTT/14/0370/HHF:
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v. Oak Lodge, The Heath, HH: UTT/14/0320/FUL: Erection Toilet trailers Luxury and
of 1 no. new dwelling with associated landscaping. Party Range, single event
OBJECTION on the grounds of not within the portable and disabled
development envelope of the village, is in green belt and units available for hire.
the access is over Village Green amenity land.

vi. Mayflower The Heath HH: UTT/14/0200/HHF: Erection
of detached garage. Exit may be onto the turning head of
the village hall car park

C. Enforcement

i. Rowans Chelmsford Road HH; UTT/0978/12/FUL; 13042 Jan - Dec 2013
Works carried out not in accordance with approved
planning permission: Investigation carried out – not 75 channels from £119
expedient to take further as car parking has been
provided at the rear of the property. NFALand Rear 130 channels from £89
of Forbetts, Stortford Road: ENF/13/0281/C: Building
materials stored on land: Not expedient to take TV wall mounting from £59 Additional room TV link £49
further action
Additional phone points Foreign satellite TV installations
ii Wrights Estate Agents have a sold sign on Village
green in Sawbridgeworth Road opposite Maytree. T: 01279 757192 M: 07889 413773
Clerk to arrange removal www.visual-solutions.org.uk

iii Debris left at the site of fatal accident in Pond lane 13094 July 2014
requires removal. Clerk to arrange
*Emergency Door Opening
1098. HIGHWAYS *Insurance Upgrades to BS3621
*Upvc Locks Specialist
Carriageway defects reported to ECC Highways under *Whether Broken,Repaired,Or Replaced.
reference Numbers 2296368, 2296375, 2296381. *All Locks Supplied & Fitted
*All Lockwork Undertaken,
Pot hole at both ends of Pond Lane to be reported. *Doors,Windows,garages,Sheds.
MS reported blocked drains in front of old Vicarage and *Est over 10yrs, Fully Insured
*Oap Discounts
on corner of Sawbridgeworth Road by Tudor Lodge
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Flood which was reported on 23rd December and still in
place in mid-January. This was cleared by Tony 01279 739 156 07736 929 440
Davis of Lea Hall Farm. Clerk to write letter of
thanks. 5 Cox Ley, Hatfield Heath

a. Mini roundabout schemes. MS will construct a formal Feb 2014
response for approval before submission. SS will
carry out a petition at the Institute. Article to be
placed in magazine. Website poll to be carried out.

B. Bus shelter. Clerk to write to ECC regarding bus
shelter which is not adequate for our purpose. We
prefer to have a shelter with glazed panels and
which needs to be deep enough to provide sufficient
shelter.

1099 WWI CENTENARY COMMEMORATIONS
Defer to next meeting

1100. STANDING ORDERS, FINANCIAL
REGULATIONS AND RISK ASSESSMENT

The circulated revisions to the Standing Orders,
Financial Regulations and Risk Assessments were
approved and adopted.

1101. BROOMFIELDS 13015 January 2013 to December 2013

Repair works to kerbstones. DP asked for councillors
and residents to contact UDC and ECC individually to
request kerbs be properly re-instated.

1102. FOOTPATHS

Several applications have been made for the position
of Footpath Warden. Working group formed to

Continued on next page............... 9

13116 Aug 14 ........Continued
From
• Interior & Exterior decoration
• carried out to a high specification. Previous
• Full public liability. page
• 30 yrs Experience
interview applicants. Clerk and BJ to comprise
working group.
BJ declared personal interest in following item

Footpath 12. Land is not registered with Land
Registry, but amendment to definitive map in 2010
widened the path to 3m. Posts to be erected at the
western end of the 3m path. Clerk to investigate cost
of stile or kissing gate as an alternative.

1103. REPORTS FROM MEMBERS ON MEETINGS
ATTENDED

MS attended Highways Panel meeting. BJ, MS, GW &
ML attended SSE meeting

• Ceilings papered. 1104. MATTERS TO BE RAISED BY MEMBERS
FOR THE NEXT AGENDA

The Heath, Future Development of Village
Amenities, Drainage

• Wall coverings and wall paper hung

No job too large or too small 1105. DATES OF NEXT MEETINGS

Contact Steve. 12th March 9th April 14th May (AGM)

Phone : 01279 724 805 Mobile : 07836 588 886 Meeting closed at 9.50 pm

E-mail: [email protected]

Address: Field View, Sheering, Herts. WANTED

14046 Dec 2014 Litter pickers for The Heath

For All Building Works - Applicants need to be aged 12 years and over.
Extensions/Renovations - Further information available from Parish Clerk
Decorating - Plumbing - Electrics on 01279 730 770 or
Carried Out with Great Attention to Detail [email protected]
Tel: 01279 757 323 07836 205 103
On Sunday 13th April I will be
14034 Dec 14 running the Virgin Money
London Marathon and have
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13033 dec2013

HATFIELD HEATH PHIL SNELL
Compared to
General Building & Maintenance
SAWBRIDGEWORTH
RAINFALL 2013 Conversions, Bathrooms, Kitchens
Plastering, Brickwork, Decorating
4.5 Hatfield & Sawbridgeworth Call for Free Advice & Estimates
4 Rainfall comparison chart for 2013 01279 739 136 or 07900 694 664

3.5 FULLY INSURED

3 HHTotal =25.91 inches 13013 January to December 2013
2.5 Sawbridg= 24.95
MHS Builders
2 Local Builder
1.5 Carpentry & Roofing
Loft and Garage conversions
1 Kitchens & Bathrooms
0.5 Plastering
Extensions
0 references available on request
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Call Mark Savage
Hatfield Heath Sawbridgeworth
14025 January to December 2014
We are normally about 2-2.5 inches more
than Sawbridgeworth but in 2013 they were
much closer to us with only one inch
difference.

Data for Sawbridgeworth kindly supplied by
Dr J.W. Clitheroe

Dr Brian Bland

A few Dates From the
2014 PROGRAMME
Meetings are every 4th Wednesday
At the Hatfield Heath Village Hall at 7.45pm

Feb 26th Richards Surprise Richard Barnett

Mar 26th Patio Gardening &
Gardening in Small Places Rodney Tibbs

Apr 23rd Cacti & Succlulents Barry Gayton

May 28th My World of Roses Bill Bossom Closed Mon
Open 9 -5 Tues - Thurs
June 25th Marks Hall Jonathon Jukes
9 -6 Fri
July 23rd Outing 9 -4 Sat
Gents Welcome
August No Meeting Free Parking

Sept 24th Shrubs for all Seasons Peter Jackson

Oct 22nd A.G.M

JOIN THE CLUB OR JUST VISIT

Single membership for year £7 or Family £12
Non Member’s £2 per visit

Hatfield Heath Gardening Club
Call 01279 726 357 or 01279 730 498

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THE LIFE OF BRIAN

Brian Hart, 1936-2014

Brian Hart, the world famous

race engine builder died

earlier this year, at the age of

77. Brian was a local, and in

recent years he could often be

seen shopping in the Co-Op,

having tea at the Village

Tearoom or a meal in The

Hunters Meet.

Born in London, Brian caught

the motorsport bug at the age of 13 when he

went to Silverstone and watched the 1949 British

Grand Prix. He went on to train as an engineer

at the De Havilland aircraft factory in Hatfield,

Hertfordshire. In 1958 he joined the newly

formed Cosworth Engineering in North London,

working on race engine development. At the

weekends he would race his own Formula

Junior race car. He was an exceptional driver

and soon progressed up the ladder to Formula 3

and F2. In 1963 he won the Grovewood Award

as the most promising young British racing

driver. In those days F2 cars could compete

alongside F1 cars, and in 1969 he won his class

14045 - April 2014 in the Grand Prix at Nurburgring and again at
Hockenheim.

In 1969, he left Cosworth and set up Brian Hart

Ltd in Harlow, where he developed and built

Daniel Robinson race and rally car engines for Ford. The Ford
& Sons Escort, powered by Brian’s powerful and reliable
engine, dominated the World Rally
Independent Family Championship. Equally, his 2 litre Ford F2
Funeral Directors & Monumental Masons engine powered both Ronnie Peterson to
outright victory in the European Championship in
1971 and Mike Hailwood in 1972.

A personal caring service A few years later Brian developed his own 2 litre
from family business day or night. F2 engines which went on to dominate the
European Championship – one of his engines

Our trained staff will be pleased to give free was used by the Toleman team who finished in

confidential advice on any matter both 1st and 2nd place in the European F2

GOLDEN 3 BULLFIELDS Championship, with drivers Brian Henton and
CHARTER SAWBRIDGEWORTH Derek Warwick. Toleman then commissioned
Hart to build a 1.5 litre turbo charged F1 engine
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podium finish in 1984 when he finished 2nd at the
(01279) 655477 (01279) 426990 rain soaked Monaco GP.

HASLERS LANE 146 HIGH STREET In the years that followed Hart supplied a variety
GREAT DUNMOW EPPING of F1 teams, but at the end of 1987 the F1 rules
changed to 3.5 litre normally aspirated engines.
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engine, he joined forces with Cosworth to
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Golden Charter Pre-Payments Plans

13010 January to December 2013 12

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barn in Beauchamp Roding.

I knew Brian in the 1970/80s from my days as PR

Manager of the Ford World Rally Team, and it

was a pleasant surprise a year ago, to look out of

my kitchen window and see an elderly gentleman

being assisted out of a car and going to the

Village Tearoom. I didn’t recognise him, but I did

recognise his motorsport jacket! From then on,

he was a regular visitor to Beehive Cottage and I

often visited him in Beauchamp Roding. We

talked about the good old days, watched

motorsport videos, and read bits out of history

books. The walls of his barn were covered with

photographs of F1, and many had hand written

thanks from one Ayrton Senna!

Although Brian’s dementia was deteriorating, in 130143 June 2014

May last year I took him and his two carers to the

Historic Festival at Donington Race Circuit, where

the late triple World Champion Ayrton Senna’s

career was being celebrated. Brian was in his

element, and had a whale of a time. He went all

around the paddock and was able to relive so

many memories of his racingr. The highlight of

the day was a photoshoot of Brian with Senna’s

Toleman-Hart F1 car. When the mechanic fired

up the ‘Hart’ engine the noise was deafening, and

Brian remained silent for a full ten minutes clearly

overcome by the emotion of the event. It was a

very special moment that will remain with me for a

long time to come.

Brian’s dementia continued to deteriorate, and

sadly he passed away in January this year. His

memorial service took place on 17 January at the

Holy Trinity Church in Hatfield Heath. The church

was packed with about 130 people, and the

guests were a veritable who’s who from the world

of motorsport, and included several F1 drivers

and team management.

It was a wonderful send off for Brian, and showed

just how much he was respected and admired

within our industry. I feel proud to have known

him.

His two sons, Freddie and Ben, together with their

mother Sally live in Perry Green, Much Hadham.

Barry Reynolds

Beehive Cottage

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LIST OF CLUBS, GROUPS & CLASSES
WITH TELEPHONE NUMBERS

2 08.00 Holy Communion - 1662 HT VILLAGE HALL 730 544 WOMANS LEISURE HOUR
09.30 Family Service HT INSTITUTE 730 544 730 465
10.30 Family Service URC
18.30 Evensong HT PRE-SCHOOL CATHOLIC CHURCH
18.00 Service at The Close (2 -5 years) Hatfield Broad Oak
730 354
3 11.30 for 12 noon Luncheon Club URC 01371 872 550
5 20.00 Leisure Hour Group URC
7 13.30 Women’s World Day of Prayer ‘ LITTLE FRIENDS TALKING NEWSPAPERS
Mother,Baby and Toddler 01279 651 270
Ladies of Egypt’ Group
St Mary’s Little Hallingbury. OR 01279 653 925
All Welcome.
9 09.30 Holy Communion HT Thur 9.45am term time SECRETARY U.R.C.
10.30 Family Service with Communion
URC Village Hall - Betty Bennett.. 01279 508 455
12 10.30 Holy Communion at The Close
13 19.30 for 20.00 Lent Meeting at Little Michelle: 07762 083 355 HEALTH WALK
Hallingbury HATFIELD HEATH
16 8.00 Holy Communion – 1662 HT Elle: 07976 592 364
09.30 Matins HT
10.30 Family Service URC URC Friday 10am outside
18.00 Service at The Close
19 11.30 for 12 noon Luncheon Club URC FRIDAY CLUB (7-12 yrs) Broomfield Surgery 731 434
20 19.30 for 20.00 Lent Meeting at URC
23 09.30 Holy Communion HT 739 218 HEALTH WALK
10.30 Family Service URC LITTLE HALLINGBURY
24 10.30 Holy Communion at The Haven JO JINGLES
26 10.30 Midweek Holy Communion HT (6 mths - 7years) 868 410 Monday 10.30am Village Car
19.45 Gardening Club H Park

SCHOOL FOOTBALL The new leader Is Mr. G.

CLUB Barron. 01279 899 451

SCOUTS 812 586

CUBS Chris Hancock FARMERS MARKET

731 646 07956 563 710

BROWNIES 734 391

SUNDAY CLUB KEEP FIT FOR OVER 50S
9.30am Holy Trinity Village Hall
730 288 Weds 9.30am 07776 221 975

KARATE 445 539 KEEP FIT

JUNIOR KARATE
01992 575 679 Village Hall Fridays 9.30am
07776 221 975

27 19.30 for 20.00 Lent Meeting at St Giles BRIDGE CLUB 723 948 BOOTCAMP
Great Hallingbury
GARDENING CLUB Village Hall
29 11.00 Pre-school Fun Day H
30 MOTHERING SUNDAY 730 425 Mon 9.15am-10am &

08.00 Holy Communion - 1662 HT OPEN COFFEE Thurs 7pm-7.45pm
09.30 Holy Communion HT
10.30 Family Service URC MORNING AT Men and women of all ages &
18.00 Service at The Close
H-Village Hall / CR-Committee Room H / HT-Holy INSTITUTE 730288 shapes 07775 663 742
Trinity Church / URC-United Reform Church /
I-Institute / S-School LUNCHEON CLUB VISITING OPTICIAN

PLAY BUS FOR UNDER FIVES For all Senior Citizens 01279 443 181

730 581 NEIGHBOURHOOD
ITALIAN LANGUAGE WATCH
Michelina 07786 341 754 Paula O'Sullivan 730 281

SPANISH LANGUAGE [email protected]

Ann Whale 01279 731 288 Afternoon
Evening

FOOTBALL CLUB Bowls Bowls
730 212 730 539 724 833

CRICKET CLUB 730 674

HEATH PLAYERS Men and women of all ages

Mark Ratcliff 503 174 Uttlesford Badger Group Derek Barry

Chrissie Richards 864 536 (on call 24/7 )01279 503332

Buffy Bus is a playbus designed to give the under fives an HISTORY SOCIETY Home 07941185171 Mbl
opportunity to paint, play and socialise in a playgroup Ivan Cooper 730 275

environment that they would otherwise not have access to ROYAL BRITISH LEGION

PARKS ON CENTRE OF VILLAGE GREEN 730 042
TUESDAYS 9.30am - 11am
BELL RINGERS 730 526

CHOIR 730 390

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NEXT PARISH COUNCIL MEETING LIST OF WEBSITES

URC Hall Wed 7.30pm CLUBS, GROUPS ETC. IN VILLAGE

12th March Village Magazine - view past 27 issues
www.hatfield-heath.co.uk/magazine

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

Mark Lemon Chairman ..........................730 581 Eden Surgery Websites
(District Councillor)
Vice Chairman -David Parish ................ 730 573 (Repeat prescriptions can be applied for on these sites)
Mel Sullivan............................................. 731 434 Broomfields :.......www.hatfieldheathsurgery.co.uk
Bart Sheekey.............................................. 730 663 Broad Oak:....www.hatfieldbroadoaksurgery.co.uk
Robert Jones............................................... 730 741
Gary Waller................................................ 739 345 School...........www.hatfieldheath.essex.sch.uk
Sandra Saban.............................................. 730 042
Steve Foster................................................ 730 690 H. H.Football Club:.....www.facebook.com/hatfieldfc
Domenica Ciccarelli....................................739 350
H.H. Cricket Club: www.freewebs.com/hatfieldheathcc
PHONE NUMBERS OF
POLICE, DOCTORS, SAMARITANS Bridge Club...www.hatfieldheathbridgeclub.org.uk

SCHOOL & CHURCHES Parish Council ...........www.hatfieldheath.com

PCSO Jo Trevail-Philips Email:[email protected] Parish council website is now live
Pc Brad Healey Email: [email protected]
The Mobile Library Hatfield Heath
Mobile for above police officers........ 07989 174 801
Essex Police Non Emergency.............101 Tuesday visits Fortnightly
Broomfields 2.45pm to 3.35pm
Emergency ............................................... 999 The Close 3.40pm to 4pm
The Heath 4.05pm to 4.35pm
DOCTORS Broomfields......................... 01279 730 616
DOCTOR Broad Oak............................ 01279 718 245 HIRE UR CHURCH HALL FOR
DOCTOR Sawbridgeworth.................... 01279 603 180 BIRTHDAY PARTIES
THE SAMARITANS............................... 01279 421 110
You can hire the hall for children's parties
£10.50 / hour Tel :01279 730 581

MAGAZINE DETAILS

HATFIELD HEATH C.P. SCHOOL...... 01279 730 382 Deadline
PRE-SCHOOL........................................ 01279 730 354
Sun 16th
HOLY TRINITY
Bruno Barbara Mar
Rev. Stewart Gibbs.......................................01279 730 288

CHURCH WARDENS
Lesley Noel ................................................ 01279 870 390
Eileen Ashworth .........................................01279 730 610

URC Rev Terry Keen............................. 01279 626 771

URC Secretary - Betty Bennett...................01279 508 455 Email :- [email protected]

HALF HOUR HELPERS........................ 07944 748 478 Send your letters /articles/ reports /photographs, by hand, CD, or
email - [email protected]

H.H. TENANTS FORUM MEMBER If posting or delivering by hand you can send direct to me :-

David. N. Parish 730 573 Bruno(Editor) “Manor Lodge”, Chelmsford Rd, Hatfield

Heath CM22 7BD.

Hatfield Heath Hatfield Broad Oak Editor: - Bruno Scheggia (Skedja) 01279 730 498
Surgery Surgery
Bruno’s Mobile Phone number 07768 606 309
01279 730 616 01279 718 245
Treasurer: - Mel Sullivan 01279 731 434

Distribution:-Barbara Scheggia 01279 730 498

Mon 8am-6.30pm Mon 8.am-6.30pm Secretary: - Jean Clarke 01279 730 667
Tues 8am-4.30pm Tues 8.am-6.30pm Chairman - Brendan Carrig 01279 437 851
Wed 8am-6.30pm Wed 8 am-1pm Printed by Cornerstone
Thu 8am-4.30pm Thu 8 am-6.30pm
Fri 8am-6.30pm Fri 8 am-1pm DISCLAIMER: The Editor and Printers do not take
Sat 8am-11am Sat Closed responsibility for the information given or views expressed in
the Hatfield Heath Village Magazine. Nor is any culpability
accepted in work done by advertisers.

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IYENGAR YOGA HATFIELD HEATH

Local Classes for all ages RAINFALL

and levels of ability January 2014

You will be taught in a very warm friendly atmosphere 20 Hatfield Heath Rainfall January 2014
So come and join us in January 18
16 Rainfall Total for month
For further information about times, venues as well as 14 mm 163.25 mm
the health benefits to be gained 12 (6.43 inches)
Contact Jenny 10

01279 730 751

07946 777 669

Email: [email protected]

State Registered Chiropodist 8
6

Home Visiting Practice 4
2

0

Mrs. Julie Golden S.R.Ch.

Est. 1994 Rainfall in the south was the highest on record. We
in Hatfield Heath are part of this. We had two dry
01279 873 492 days 11th and 12th January but the 29 raindays
produced our record of 6.43 inches, which is
A professional service at a competitive rate 277%of our January average.
January Extremes
14043 - Mar 2014 High 6.43 inches in 2014

3.48 inches in 1999
Low 0.77 inches in 1995

0.89 inches in 2005

Garden Watch

Birds

Jan 9th Adult Woodpecker plus one offspring
sitting in the Bramley Tree

ARE YOU AWARE THAT YOU CAN DO YOUR BANKING AT
YOUR LOCAL POST OFFICE IN HATFIELD HEATH

- Pay-in cash and cheques

- Check your bank balance - Pay your Bills

- Withdraw up to your daily card limit ( usually £300.00 a day ) free
of charge.

- Top up your gas and electric

- We stock Euro's and can order any other currency for next day
delivery, commission free

- You can buy National Express coach tickets

- Now selling the Health lottery tickets. Come and try your luck !

Pay a visit to your friendly local Post Office
Situated in The Village Tearoom on the heath

16 14051 April 2014

Jan 12th Sparrow hawk back after Renewable Energy Solutions
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Jan 17th First visit of a Goldfinch of Sawbridgeworth

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Jan 22nd Young Heron looking at all the garden
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Jan 27th Long Tailed Tit on the bird table
Jan 28th Wren back in action

Jan 30th Numerous Blackbirds
feeding on the Bramley
apples - those not under water!!

Brian Bland

Leanne Lewis Bsc (Hons) (EEBW) (EEMR)

Equinine Sports Therapist Fully qualified and insured in

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Ÿ Passive Streching

Ÿ Myofascial Release

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17

Thames Area Accordion Festival

Harlowbury Band

It was really fantastic to see so many children

13088 May 2014 performing in the recent Thames Area Accordion
Festival which was held in the Village Hall on

Chelmsford Road, Hatfield Heath, CM22 7BQ

All afternoon Cabarets come with a two course choice

Menu and coffee for just £20 Per Person Mandeville Accordion Band
Thursday 27th February

All the old classics from the films and Sunday 9th February. There were contestants from
shows to sing and dance along performed as far away as Surrey, Worcestershire and Leicester
by Allison Jennings as well as from the villages around Hatfield Heath.
Competitors ranged from
Thursday 27th March four years of age to a
You must remember this ! spritely gentleman in his
All the 40’s great hits with the seventies! There were
sensational Diane Moore categories for all abilities
and musical styles
Thursday 23rd April including Polkas, graded
Sinatra,Sammy DavisJnr, all the solos, Musset’s and duets.
classics from that era performed During the afternoon
by Steve Dunning school bands from
Moreton, Mandeville in
All afternoon Cabarets are 12pm - 4pm Sawbridgeworth, Hatfield
[email protected] Heath, Harlowbury and
Leicester took part in a
lively competition which
brought great pleasure to

Beauty Lodge Leisure Club the audience. The day concluded with a very light
hearted entertainment section which was hilarious!
Spa Days/Spa Weekends Fully equipped Gym, The table on the stage was laden with trophies and
Indoor Heated Pool, medals which delighted all the competitors. An
Massage/Facials Sauna, Jacuzzi excellent café with home made cakes kept us well
fed and watered throughout the day.
Cosmetic Treatments and Steam Room In all, the Festival was a splendid community
occasion, superbly organised and it is planned to
Manicure/Pedicure No Joining Fee, make this an annual event and will take place on the

Reiki/Sports Clinic please bring

Waxing/Threading this advert with you

& much, much more
Call Lesley now on

01279 730 549 same weekend in 2015. Hope to see you there!

www.huntersmeet.co.uk 18
13016 January to December 2013

Girls clothes newborn,0-3,3-6,6-9 months and GLYNN’S CHIMNEY SWEEP
some sleeping bags. £10 per bag
Battery powered musical swinging chair in pink. Clean & Efficient
£30 Vacuum & Brush

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NACS Registered
HETAS Qualified Sweep

www.glynnschimneysweeps.com

13070 Feb 2014

Electric Mobile Scooter 01279 882 822
£100
For over 30 years we have been
01279 731 154 carrying out local, national and
overseas relocations for personal
OPEN TOP BINS NEAR PLAYGROUND and business clients. We
NOT APPROPRIATE FOR DOG WASTE understand that everyone's move is
different and that is why we tailor
For the dog walkers that have our service to each individual
been putting their dog mess in customers needs.
the park open top bin this is Kings Removals was set up as and still
totally disgusting and dangerous runs as a family business today. Great emphasis is put on customer
to children.. satisfaction and this is why a high percentage of our work comes from
Sadly my children are missing recommendations and repeat business.
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19 13014 January to December 2013

Easter Family Fun Day

13090 June 2014 Saturday March 29th

Carpet...Vinyl...Wood 11am-1.30pm, in the Village Hall

Supplied and Installed by Knightbrooks ltd Please join us for our Easter Family Fun Day which
will be held in the Village Hall from 11am-1.30pm.
01279 730 172 - 07939 739 845 - 07891 191 486 This event is for the whole family to enjoy and there
Unit 11.Heath View Pond Lane.Hatfield Heath. CM22 7AB will be loads of fun activities for the children
including kids Easter themed craft activities, an Easter
£8.50 per sqm..includes 11mm underlay,installation,gripper Egg Decorating Competition, decorate a 2D egg to
rods,door bars,uplift and dispose old flooring. win a prize, children’s tombola and raffle a bear.
Other stalls will include plants, cakes, a café, tombola,
....................................................................................................................................................... sweets and Mother’s Day gifts. There will also be
stalls run by private stall holders. If anyone is
Heavy Domestic Loop structure, Bleach Cleanable, interested in running their own stall at a cost of £12,
12 sqm hall stairs and land 4 colours £165 please contact Janice on 07749 282501.

................................................................................................................................................................................................ We need your old clothes and textiles!

Budget Twist Pile Bleach Cleanable, If you are having a clear-out, please save your
12 sqm hall stairs and land 9 colours £165 unwanted clothes and textiles for us! We are
organising a “Bag2School” textile collection. All
................................................................................................................................................................................................ donations will be recycled through the “Bag2School”
scheme to raise much needed funds for the purchase of
80%wool 20% nylon 50oz 6 colours new equipment at the pre-school. Donations of
average 12 sqm lounge £270 clothes, bags, shoes, curtains and bed linen can be

................................................................................................................................................ brought to the pre-school between Monday March 17th
and Friday March 21st. Alternatively, please call
Heavy Domestic Twist Saxony Shag pile 14 colours Janice on 07749 282501 as we would be pleased to
average 12 sqm lounge £250 arrange to collect your donated clothes. Donations
can be made in any bin bag or carrier bag. Please
................................................................................................................................................................................................ support us if you can!

Vinyl average 6 sqm kitchen or bath room 11 designs £105 Nuclear Rush – May 11th

................................................................................................................................................................................................ Janice, Annabel, Glen and Tamara will be taking part
in a gruelling 8 mile obstacle course called “The
Laminate Floor good quality Nuclear Rush” at the Secret Nuclear Bunker Estate in
12 sqm 6 colours £260 fitted Kelvedon Hatch to raise funds for the pre-school. We
would be most grateful for any sponsorship.
................................................................................................................................................................................................ Donations can be sent direct to the pre-school.
Alternatively if you wish to join us in raising money
All Prices Shown Include Underlay,Installation,Gripper for the pre-school and take part in the Nuclear Rush,
Rods,Door Bars,uplift dispose old carpets. you can register at www.nuclear-races.co.uk. Contact
Visit Our Showroom Janice on 07749 282501 for more information.
To View our Huge Range Of Samples
I Will Then Come To Measure If you are considering taking part in your own
challenge this year – be it a bike ride, run, mountain
With Your Chosen Samples and Measure and Quote For climb – or whatever, please consider doing it in our
Free at the same time you can see The Carpet Sample in name and raise some money for the pre-school! We
hope to shortly register with JustGiving to make it
Your Home. really easy for local people to raise funds for us.
We can supply any carpet available from any manufacturer Thanks so much!

No Hyped Up Sales We Will Give You The Best
We Can For Your Budget

07939 739 845 07891 191 486

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LEISURE HOUR

8pm Wednesday 5th March
'India Adventures' - Mary Stewart

We meet at the U R C Hall
Visitors welcome.

Registered Charity Number 1051491
www.buffybus.co.uk

Buffy Playbus visits The Heath, CM22 7EB
from 9.30am to 11am

Every TUESDAY morning during term time and at
half term breaks.
We have many exciting toys and activities available
for pre school children to enjoy.
Buffy Playbus gives you and your child an
opportunity to meet and make new friends within
your own community.
We make a charge of £2.00 for a child to visit Buffy,
and £1 for each additional child
Come along and see what fun you and your child can
have.

HATFIELD HEATH FESTIVAL 2014 t st
Sunday 15th June FeHa
Hatfield Haven Care Home
Hat Fest
Help Needed Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath, Bishops Stortford, Herts. CM22 7DL

For an Hour to Set up Tents etc. Tel: 01279 730 043

We always need volunteers to help put up the www.hatfieldhaven.co.uk
tents and arrange bales of straw and then at
the end of the day take down the tents and Features:
clear away. If you can help please contact us as ╚ Serene and homely environment;
soon as you can so we know where we stand ╚ 24 hours care in compliance with CQC Care Standards
with numbers of helpers. ╚ Medical care provided by local group practice;

We also need sponsors and district nurse, physiotherapist and a chiropodist;
advertisers for the Festival ╚ Highly qualified and motivated staff - RMA and

Programme NVQ qualifications;
╚ 20 single and 1 double newly refurnished and
If you can help contact us on
01279 730 498 redecorated
rooms (newly built extension included)
Email:- [email protected] ╚ Each bedroom fitted with an en-suite bathroom and
call system to summon help;
╚ A newly extended and enlarged day lounge with Flat
creen TV and radio.
╚ Large dining room with excellent meals on offer
by the in-house chef;
╚ A Stair lift and a passenger lift to all floors;
╚ Activities includes talks, parties, summer barbecues,
flower arranging e.t.c

Kindly drop by for viewing and to pick up a copy of our

brochure. For placement and other enquiries, please

contact

Amanda Austin (Manager)

email : [email protected]

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Call Sid Perry on 01279 899 029 or 0777 622 1975 Hatfield Heath Community Primary School

13048 Jan - Dec 2013 Tel: 01279 730382

MEMORIALS Email: [email protected]

TRIPS AND ACTIVITIES
As part of their RE studies Year 5 visited the Hindu Temple
(Mandir) in Neasden on 21st January. Here are some of their
comments: “This is the most beautiful building I have ever
been in.” Grace Hart
“The Temple carvings on the walls and ceilings were
phenomenal.” Milly McSweeney “The Temple was
remarkable; the decorations were impeccable.” Jake Northfield
“The carvings were too good to be true  and I couldn‛t believe
my eyes!” Finlay
Ashbee

J. Day & Son The Reception Class have been celebrating the Chinese New
Year (the year of the horse) and have written their names in
Chinese.

Station Road, Bishop’s Stortford

Bishop’s Stortford 01279 654 555 Year 6 all successfully took part in First Aid training conducted
Edmonton 0208 807 3712 by St John Ambulance on
23rd January.
www.jdayandson.co.uk READING GROUP
This term‛s book for years 5 & 6 (‘Holes‛) has proved very
1307 Dec 13 P popular, so to give more children
time to read it, we have changed the date of the reading group
to Thursday 6th March,
which is appropriately World Book Day.We would also like to
extend an invitation to any parent who has read the book to
come along to the group discussion as well. Just turn up on the
day, at 12.30 p.m.

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Look out in our next edition of Heath Headlines for details of a C WIRELESS ALARM SYSTEMS
reading group and book choice for Years 3 & 4 which we are CCTV CAMERAS
planning for next half term.
READ FOR MY SCHOOL ACCESS CONTROL
This is a national reading competition open to pupils in Years
3-6 in England, which aims to help us all to encourage a INTERCOMS
reading culture and motivate children of all abilities and
interests to read for pleasure. There is access to a free online FOR ALL YOUR ELECTRONIC SECURITY NEEDS
library of over 100 brilliant titles and pupils will be in with a CALL
chance to win books for our school from a pot of 100,000
titles. We will be launching this with the children later Local engineer with 25yrs experience
this week, so look out for a letter with more details and
encourage your child to take part. Half Hour HelpersTel:- 07944 748 478
THANK YOU Monday to Friday 10am to 12noon
Thank you to all those families that completed and returned the (any other time it will be a answer phone)
parental surveys at the endof last term. These have now been
analysed by Governors and senior staff and an action plan has
been developed. We appreciated the honest responses and will
be implementing various new initiatives as a result. More
information will be coming your way soon.
LIBRARY
We are delighted to see some of our families visiting the
library after school with their children. The library is available
for you all to use on Mondays and Tuesdays after school from
3.20 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. Thank you to those of you have donated
books - these have now been added to our stock. Exciting
books are always welcome.

SPORT
As you may know, Year 3, were chosen to take part in the
Opening Ceremony of the Harlow Winter Games. Tiarna
Winger and Oliver Silvester have written a report detailing
their accomplishments:
Practising – Year 3 have been working veryhard for the past 6
weeks learning aninteresting dance to perform at Mark Hall.
We trained with our dance teacher Elysia. Place – We
performed our dance with four other schools at Mark Hall
Sports Centre for the opening Ceremonies of the Harlow
Winter Games.
Performance – The day has finally come! We all got changed
into our dance kit and were ready to perform. Nearly everyone
was nervous, but we all did a fantastic job and got a big cheer
at the end.
Special thanks to Elysia, Mrs Abbott, Miss Rollit-Mason and
Mrs Marrow for putting together this fantastic event. Tiarna
Winger and Oliver Silvester

We will be funding (via some of our Sports Premium) tag “Wendycot”,Chelmsford Road,
rugby coaching from ‘Rugger Bugs‛ after Half term for Years Hatfield Heath,
1 and 2. The provider will also be running an after-school
club for pupils in Years 4 and 5 on Tuesdays – further Bishop’S Stortford, Herts
information will be forwarded to youshortly. Thank you to Mr
Peasey (father to Matthew in Year 5 and Joseph in Reception) Opening Hours
for his support and encouragement in making this possible. Mon - Fri 8am - 5.30pm

Our football team competed at Leventhorpe last Friday Sat 9am - 1pm
against Mandeville and won 15-1.Well done! Further
matches in this group willcontinue up until Easter. Friendly Tel: 01279 730 274
netball matches are being arranged for this term and netball
a competition is being organised with the Leventhorpe [email protected]
cluster for the Summerterm.Selected pupils from Years 1 www.jewhitemotors.co.uk
and 2 will be taking part in a level 2 ‘3 Tees Cricket
Festival‛ at Mark Hall tomorrow. Have fun! Future sporting 1305 January 2012 to December 2013
events that we shall be participating in include:4th February
014 – Mini Basketball Festival (Year 3 & 4) 11th February
2014 – Sports Hall Athletics (Year 3 & 4 a.m./Year 5 & 6
.m.) For each event pupils will be selected to represent the
school and letters will be issued to these parents shortly.

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Need an Electrician? Bashful Hero Sammy and his
Call 07525 920115 / 01279 718585 Owner Don Humphries

• NICEIC Domestic Installation

• All work guaranteed

• £5 million Public Liability Insurance Picture by Don's 8 year old grandchild

• Fully Qualified One morning Don was woken
• Experienced Local Electricians by Sammy barking. Don
thought that Sammy was
• All calls answered personally 24 Hrs barking at a neighbour who
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[email protected] usually passed by with two
www.broadoakelectrical.co.uk small dogs and told Sammy to
be quiet, but Sammy kept on
13104 July 14 P barking.

When Don finally got up in his nightgown to stop

Sammy barking he found he was not barking at the

usual door but at another one, which he opened to

see what he was barking at. As he looked around

he realised he could hear a knocking noise. He

shouted to a neighbour asking if it was her and if

she was okay? She called back saying she had

fallen over and couldn't get up, so Don went back

in and phoned for help.

SLIMMING WORLD SHEERING Thanks to Sammy Don’s neighbour was okay,
When Doreen Millen heard the story she thought
Sheering Village Hall, The Street the story of Sammy the Hero should recorded in

WEDNESDAYS 5.30pm & 7.30pm the Village Magazine.

Alison 01279 776 272 or 07826 252 321 HAVE YOU A STORY OR MEMORY
PASTED DOWN TO YOU FROM

THE FIRST WORLD WAR?

** NEW GROUP - Launching 3rd January 2014** This year is the 100th anniversary of the start of the
first world war and almost every family will have

Bishops Stortford Rugby Club had someone who served in the forces, whether it be
Silver Leys, Hadham Rd, Bishops Stortford Grandfather, Great Grandfather or other relative.
Many people living here now will have had stories

FRIDAYS 9.30am or memories of that time, passed down through the
family. We would like to gather as many of these as

Alison 01279 776 272 or 07826 252 321 possible, to print in the village magazine. All stories

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will be welcome whether they originate from a Heath Computers
Hatfield Heath resident or not.
Please send them to Bruno,(address in the magazine) For all your IT needs
or contact Eileen on 730610. Thank you
Whether you run a business, or are a home user,
FIRST WORLD WAR DIARIES Heath Computers has an IT solution to suit your requirements.

The first world war diaries have at last been released Ÿ IT Solutions for home/office
into the public domain and there are 1.5 million pages Ÿ Domain Registration and Web Design
to read if you have the time! They are full of amazing Ÿ Mac/PC Support, Repairs and Upgrades
detail of daily life in the army during the war. Ÿ Smart Phone/Tablet configuration and setup
If you would like to view them and possibly help the Ÿ Network Installation - Fixed and Wireless
National Archive and the Imperial War Museum with Ÿ Internet - Email - Broadband
their project, go to www.operationwardiary.org.' and Virus Protection and Spyware removal
follow the instructions.
Web: www.heathcomputers.co.uk Office: 01279 912345
SHautnFdesat yFMuu1ns5icDthogHJautFnfieeesl2tdi0v1Ha4elNaewth Email: [email protected] Mobile: 07958 482889

www.facebook.com/HatfieldHeathFestival 13026 Dec 13

A couple of our committee members have CLEANING
seen the Bridport Hat Festival and thought it
was a great idea. Nearly everyone in SERVICES
Bridport gets into the spirit of the Hat Fest ,
see the Festival Domestic cleaning services
online www.bridporthatfest.org.
I provide -weekly cleaning <£10 per hour>,-
monthly or a one–off basis <£12 per hour>,
according to your needs, no job is too big or small
for me,

Trustfull - Sole trader - Fully insured
10 years’ experience -Top references

Please call Isabela on
07955 658 347 or 01279 370 077

www.bridporthatfest.1o31r3g1 Feb 2014

Learn to make jewellery?

We are hoping this year you all will really Lessons for beginners to Private parties, corporate
let you hair down or up (it doesn’t matter if advanced. Small class sizes
you are wearing a hat) and really get into (max 6 people). Evening events, hen parties and
the spirit of the theme HAT FEST. classes, weekend taster
days and master classes. children's precious metal clay.
This year there is a new event the - Riffham
Donkeys have been booked, also all the usual For more information about
favourites Mr Marvel - Doody’s Circus Skills - booking & payment visit.
Mannings Fair - Hat Fest Music Festival - Classic
Cars - Dog Shows - Owls & Pals ferret Racing- www.fileandforge.co.uk
Falconry - Fun Run - “Facecreate” Facepainting -
Stalls & Games Coconut Shy etc - Demos from Unit 14, Pond Lane, Hatfield Heath CM22 7AB T. 07860 749 299
Ruggerbugs, The Primary School & others - Local
History Stand - RBL Stand 13130 Sept 2014

25 Property Care CLEANING
Windows
Cleaning/ maintenance Conservatories
Solar Panels
Contact David Deacon Guttering
UPVC

MAINTENANCE
Painting
Plastering

01279 436 196 07403 443 959

www.ddpropertycare.co.uk

13102 July 14 P

Fed up with Lawn Treatment Service Electric Trolley

moss and weed? With Charger
£100
I offer:-
•Regular lawn feeds 01279 731 154
•Weed and moss treatment
•Aeration BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL
•Scarifying
NANNY REQUIRED
CALL ANDREW NOW FOR A
FREE LAWN SURVEY 3 days a week to care for
3 boys age 11, 9 and 7 based in Hatfield Heath.
07791 128 399
Please call Debbie on
www.simplylawns.co.uk
07970 985 580
14022 - Dec 2014
for more information
BLOCK PAVING SPECIALISTS
FOR SALE
CLEANING * REPAIRS * NEW PAVING
TAKING CARE OF YOUR PAVING

WE CLEAN
WEED
REPAIR
DRAINS
SAND

YOU PAY ALL THAT MONEY FOR YOUR PAVING
SO LET ME HELP YOU LOOK AFTER IT

07957 916 003 SAM/DAVID

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£500

Please Phone

07931 187 765

• Specialising in all types of Annual General Meeting
ponds & features.
The Hatfield Heath Village Magazine
• Professionally designed, 3pm Wednesday 26th March 2014
installed, restored or maintained. At Hunters Meet Hotel

• Local company established The Mobile Library Hatfield Heath
since 1987 with excellent after
care service Tuesday visits Fortnightly

Tel: 01279 461 052 Broomfields 2.45pm - 3.35pm

(Answer phone) The Close 3.40pm - 4pm

Mobile: 07711 087 004 The Heath 4.05pm - 4.35pm

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Easter Egg Hunt Chimney Sweep

We look forward to welcoming you We know that your home is precious to you.
to our annual Easter Egg Hunt and Professionally trained, certified member of the Guild Of Master Chimney Sweeps.
Easter Bonnet competition which
takes place on Easter Sunday Fully insured, All chimney & flu types swept
morning at 11 o’clock. Children Insurance recognised certificate issued on completion of sweep
hunt for replica eggs in the church and churchyard For full service information or advice please contact me anytime
and then change their collection for a real egg. All
are very welcome, but please fill in the entry form Mob: 0787 030 4347
so that we know your children are coming Email: [email protected]
and can buy in enough eggs and ensure
that no one goes home disappointed. Tel: 01245 230 929
Lesley Noel www.safer-chimneys.co.uk

13132 Oct 2014

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH > Large selection of pet food, bedding and litter
> Most pets catered for (from birds to horses)
Come and hunt > Free local delivery on set days (see website)
For Easter Eggs! > Easy online or telephone ordering
> Automatic re-order on request
Easter Sunday > New products added regularly - just ask!

April 20th at 11 o’clock 07927 464142 / www.HalfMoonPets.co.uk
13123 Dec 13
in the churchyard.
01279 647 286
There will also be an 07838 165 171
Easter Bonnet Competition [email protected]
www.pest.assured.co.uk
to be judged before the hunt takes place.

Please return this entry form and payment
to The Vicarage by Tuesday 15th April.

Number of children taking part _____

Ages ______________ 13054 March 2014

Entry Fee £2 per child.

Family surname _________________ 21 YEARS IN TRADE

Phone number _________________ Grass cutting, Hedge Trimming, Planting,

We will also be entering the Easter Bonnet Weed Treatment, One off Tidy Ups and
Competition. YES/NO
maintenance

Call for a friendly chat on

Mobile 07956 524 586

27 Home Tel 01279 830 960

1302 January to December 2013

Young! On 14th March

9th March A much loved
Mum, Nan
Johnathan Millen &
Great Granny

Sarah and Stephen, Chris and Sheila, Emma,
Glenn and Tilly and Kate, Glen and Leah

Send their best wishes
and lots of love to a very special lady

LACK OF PARKING IN HH
LEADS TO DRASTIC MEASURES!!

Just reminds us how we have to keep our kids

watching for cars even in what seems like a safe place One of the young players sat with his water colours
Richard during the day and did this lovely painting.

Lots of prizes Thames Area Accordion Festival Ventriloquist Dummy

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