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Hatfield Heath Village Magazine October 2013

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Peter & Margaret with 7 Grandchildren


A script to coordinate the Service was put

together by James Miller and Steve Foster

who also read it out at the service.

I have scanned and reproduced it inside the


Unfortunately I do not have transcripts of

tributes given but I think the text of the script Andy Lois Nikki

has great detail and gives a fair insight into Richard

the life of Peter. Bruno Peter & Margaret with Sons & Wives

Web : Email: [email protected]




You don’t have to live with pain!

· Relief from back, neck and joint problems PETER DENIS LINES
· Relaxation of tight, painful muscles
· Effective treatment for migraines, tennis SERVICE OF CELEBRATION

elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, The following is the script for the service
plantarfasciitis, achilles tendonitis,
fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, Steve Foster
IBS Good afternoon, I'm Steve Foster and this is James
· Help for breathing difficulties and stress Miller. It is our privilege and pleasure to welcome you
related problems here to celebrate the life of our good friend Peter Lines.
· Gentle treatment for new mothers and James Miller
babies Whilst he was in hospital Peter, in a practical manner
that will surprise none of those who knew him, began
To make an appointment or for more information, the process of planning this service. Using the notes
please contact me: taken by Margaret, Andy and Rich we have created this
Tel: 01279 718331 Steve Some of the items you will see this afternoon are
[email protected] direct requests from Peter. Others are based on the notes and ideas he laid down. Above all else he was very clear
Brook View, Town Farm, Hatfield Broad Oak CM22 7LF on one thing, this is to be a celebration. It is, in Peters
own words "A Service to Celebrate the life of Peter
Dec 2013 Lines and all those involved in it"
Daniel Robinson So whilst we mourn his passing, our obligation today is
& Sons very clear. We are here to remember and celebrate the
many wonderful times we shared with Peter. There will,
Independent Family undoubtedly, be some tears along the way but hopefully
Funeral Directors & Monumental Masons they will mostly be tears of laughter. So lets get started...
A personal caring service Peter Denis Lines was born in the Somerset county town
from family business day or night. of Taunton on 31 January 1940. His parents had recently
Our trained staff will be pleased to give free moved from London for his father to start a new job in
confidential advice on any matter the Post Office as a telecommunications engineer.
Almost immediately his father was posted to the South
GOLDEN 3 BULLFIELDS Coast for work of national importance during the second
CHARTER SAWBRIDGEWORTH world war. Some of Peter's earliest memories included
having a refugee from London coming to live with them,
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flew overhead and being taken down to Taunton town
79/81 SOUTH STREET WYCH ELM centre to see the Neon shop signs being turned back on a
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At the age of 11 he won a scholarship to study at
(01279) 655477 (01279) 426990 Taunton School where he won chess competitions and
was an active member of the Air Cadets
GREAT DUNMOW EPPING At the age of 18 - and unbeknown to his parents - he
took the exam to become a Post Office Engineer. By an
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13010 January to December 2013

extraordinary coincidence Margaret was in the same hall CARPET & UPHOLSTERY
sitting a Civil Service Executive exam - but they never Professional Cleaning
met or spoke.
For the record, He passed, She failed. Three good reasons why to
James consider Professional cleaning for
Peter then spent a year in Guildford climbing poles and
digging holes before being accepted on the University your Carpets and Upholstery
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While Peter was Somerset born and bred he really threw
himself into village life with a passion. To tell us a little
more about this please welcome Christopher Timothy.
TRIBUTE Christopher Timothy (AV)

June 2014

Fed up with

moss and weed? Lawn Treatment Service Christopher Timothy and Tery Jameson
at Down Hall after the Service
I offer:-
•Regular lawn feeds Steve
•Weed and moss treatment Peter was Chairman of the local residents association
•Aeration and heavily involved in helping to put the school
•Scarifying swimming pool in -such a huge asset to the village at the
time with it being open almost every day and weekends
CALL ANDREW NOW FOR A for out of school use. He was a leading influence in the
FREE LAWN SURVEY argument for a new village hall and threw himself whole
heartedly into raising money to build it alongside people
01279 466 100 or 07791 128 399 like Cyril Claydon, Cyril Hackett and Don Foster.
Hence the start of the original Festival which ran for over 30 years and raised so much money not only to pay
for the hall but for other clubs as well. James
13022 January December 2013 His interest in the village hall was huge right up to his
death. His paperwork is meticulous and he has made it
LTD. relatively easy for others to continue.
His interest in what was best for the village never
• Specialising in all types of wavered and his thoughts were often sought because he
ponds & features. was able to see all sides of an argument and pick out the
relevant bits.
• Professionally designed, For many years, despite not being a church-goer himself
installed, restored or maintained. he arranged for this church to be floodlit over the
Christmas period to show it in its best light. He fitted all
• Local company established the electrics in the old scout hut and both scared and
since 1987 with excellent after thrilled generations of children with his fantastic
care service frightening "acts" every Halloween.
I dare say many of you will have visited Peter in his
Tel: 01279 461 052 garage over the years in search of an elusive item
needed to complete a project. The garage is stocked with
(Answer phone) a huge array of tins and boxes all with contents clearly
Mobile: 07711 087 004 MUSIC HALL PERFORMANCE
Heath Players - Music Hall included songs - Daisy Bell -
Down at the Old Bull & Bush - The Lambeth Walk -

1303 January 2013 to December 2013 4

Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner. - Any old Iron -

Where did you get that hat?.


As many of you will know, Peters career in education

was extraordinary. Here to tell us more please welcome

Professor Reza Sotudeh and Dr Kate Clarke. Toilet trailers Luxury and
TRIBUTE Party Range, single event
Professor Reza Sotudeh Dr Kate Clarke portable and disabled

One evening during Peters time in hospital, Margaret units available for hire.

phoned me and said Peter had asked if I would be

prepared to assist in putting together this event. The

answer was, of course, never in question. It was at that

point I first learned of the notes Peter was making. 13042 Jan - Dec 2013
In the notes there is a reference to me singing and or

speaking. This was followed by a note about a bench in

Hatfield Forest. We debated long and hard whether he

meant I should actually be singing on a bench in the

forest whilst this event took place. There is also a

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found this a very affecting piece, no doubt due in part to

their shared sense of determination to achieve equality

for all irrespective of Race, Religion or Disability

In his theatre career Robeson is probably best known for
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the song "Old Man River" and it was this song that Peter

mentioned. I hope Pete will forgive me for choosing to 13123 Dec 13

sing it for you here rather than on that bench in the



OLD MAN RIVER Sung by James Miller


Chris Redman

Steve 01279 647 286

You will be aware Peter asked that any donations in his 07838 165 171

memory be made to Razed Roof. [email protected]
To tell us more about this outstanding theatre group

please welcome Jo Richardson.



Jo Richardson March 2014


Peter's other great loves were rugby and cricket. He had

little time for football and was bemused by his sons and

grandsons passion for it. One of his proudest moments

was when both his grand-daughters Megan and Rachel 21 YEARS IN TRADE

played for the school rugby first 15 before Megan went Grass cutting, Hedge Trimming, Planting,
on to play for Newcastle University First 15 last season Weed Treatment, One off Tidy Ups and
and in the side that beat Loughborough 18-5.

And one of his happiest memories was at Richard's maintenance

house on that morning back in 2003 when Jonny Call for a friendly chat on
Wilkinson kicked the winning dropped goal -just as Mobile 07956 524 586
Harry, when six months old, crawled in front of him -

and England won the rugby world cup Home Tel 01279 830 960
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Picture and Object Framing Services While Peter's disdain for football was well-known one
of his good friends and colleagues was former Arsenal
Sports Shirts Embroidery Re-framing goalkeeper Bob Wilson.
Bob couldn't be here today but sent this message.
Memorabilia Mirrors Pastels "I'm just sorry I can't be with you but I am committed to

Gallery of artwork by local artists - Gallery space available

Member of the Fine Art Trade Guild & Guild Commended Framer

Unit F19 Allen House Business Centre, The Maltings a charity golf day raising funds for the Willow
Station Road, Sawbridgeworth CM21 9JX Foundation. My memories of Peter centre on his
amazing humility, such a rare asset for someone who
Telephone 01279 260069 has achieved so much in life and in helping other less
naturally gifted individuals to fulfill their potential. He was a great man"

State Registered Chiropodist James
With cricket he was a passionate Somerset fan and the

boys today are wearing the county's shirts in his honour.

Home Visiting Practice He took Andy and Richard to watch Somerset beat
Essex by one run in the Gillette Cup semi-final at

Taunton in 1978 with his great heroes Ian Botham and

Mrs. Julie Golden S.R.Ch. Viv Richards in the side. Peters brother John and sister
in law Linda vividly remember him sitting on the beach

Est. 1994 in Cornwall in the 1970's with his ear pressed to a tiny
transistor radio listening to Test Match Special. He
01279 873 492 loved Test Match Special and always chuckled at this
famous clip featuring one of his favourite commentators

A professional service at a competitive rate the legendary Brian Johnston with Jonathan Agnew
13099 Sep 13 P As I mentioned earlier one of Peters great cricketing
heroes was Somerset and England legend Ian Botham
Need an Electrician? (Run AV Botham message)

Call 07525 920115 / 01279 718585

Choir and Guests

Hymn - Jerusalem


Peter's love of theatre started when he was around 14

with the Pleideas Theatrical Group in Taunton where he

spent all his spare time, cycling the couple of miles to

the venue. It continued at the City University where he

quickly got involved with co-directing plays, one being

An Inspector Calls. While there he directed The Deep

Blue Sea with all the actors having severe visual

problems - a start to his concern that acting should not

be confined to able bodied people.

To share some thoughts and memories please welcome

Phil Dale


• NICEIC Domestic Installation James
• All work guaranteed A constant theme this afternoon is how Pete was always
• £5 million Public Liability Insurance a source of encouragement and inspiration to those with
• Fully Qualified whom he worked either as an educator, a man of the
• Experienced Local Electricians theatre or more often as a trusted and reliable good
• All calls answered personally 24 Hrs friend.
• Household, Commercial & Industrial For many of these people theatre was, at first, their
hobby but they have gone on to make it their career.
[email protected] There are so many it is impossible to mention them all I

13104 July 14 P 6

want to take a moment to give you an idea of the 13124 March 14
influence Peter had.
Former student and employee of the University of
Hertfordshire. He can't be here today because, as is so DOMESTIC & INDUSTRIAL
often the case, he is working out of the country ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
following acareer inspired by Peter encouraging the Hutley Electrical offers a full range of
development of theatre facilities at the university. Electrical Services and has been
Steve established for over 20 years.
Richard Chalmers Worked with and learnt from Peter From House re-wires to Industrial/
on numerous productions at the Playhouse. Richard is Commercial projects we pride ourselves
currently living and working in Singapore as a lighting on offering a competent, polite, tidy
designer. professional service and endeavour to
James work with the minimum of disruption to
Anna Dodgshun you wherever possible.
a New Zealander who came to work at The Playhouse
and has very fond memories of her first Panto, **We are a full member of the NICEIC
operating lighting designed by Peter. Anna now works and have been for many years.**
for the Australian Ballet and Opera with an office that
must boast one of the best views in the world looking Call Bob now for a free quotation
over Sydney harbour from the Opera House. TEL: 01279 722 351 or
Steve MOBILE: 07774 941 668
Michael Fentiman,
Who's directing career started at The Playhouse, is now 13043 Jan - Dec 2013
a Freelance Director and just about to start work on
Titus Andronicus, his third production for the Royal
Shakespeare Company.
Jane Gillespie and John Mann, former Playhouse
Technicians both of whom are now working in West
End Theatre who along with Rory Davies, a current
Playhouse Technician have installed and are operating
the technical aspects of the service today.
Two long serving members of the crew at The
Playhouse were Peter "Sparky" Wright and Richard
Jordan. Both were hugely inspired by working with
Pete but particularly Sparky
(run Sparky AV)
Today Peter and Margaret should have been on a flight
toAlaska where they were about to embark on their
latest adventure - but sadly it wasn't to be,
He and Margaret had a wonderful 12 years of retirement
which included even more travelling to far off lands.
Maccu Pichu in Peru, Angkor Wat in Cambodia and the
foothills of the Himalayas in Nepal were just some of
the places they were able to visit, There were many
visits to Hong Kong and the Far East sometimes in
connection with external consultancy work.
More recently Peter was never happier than when he
working down at the barn on Dartmoor that Richard and
Nikki bought last year or helping solve the many
problems of Andy and Lois's home in the French village
of Le Crotoy. They regularly went into London for trips

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For All Building Works - to the theatre and services in connection with his

Extensions/Renovations - membership of the Worshipful company of Engineers.

Decorating - Plumbing - Electrics Peter and Margaret were invited to two Buckingham

Carried Out with Great Attention to Detail Palace garden parties and carol concerts in the Tower of

Tel: 01279 757 323 07836 205 103 London. After being awarded the Freedom of the City of

13038 Dec 13 P London Peter often threatened to use his rights to herd
sheep across London Bridge.
Pete fell in love with cycling again and regularly went

Specialist in bespoke fitted furniture on 30 mile bike rides, all carefully logged on his

computer. He recently enjoyed planning the route and

taking part in a fund raising cycle ride for Hatfield

07779 715 888 01371 811 688 Heath Football Club, on which, he was joined by his
Grandson Harry.
www. One of the happiest years of his life was 2012. Not only

13018 January December 2013 did He and Margaret celebrate their Golden Wedding

GM but were also (PI lucky enough to get tickets for many
events at the Olympics including events like

Decorating Solutions Ltd. Synchronised Swimming.
Peter had three pet hates: Gossip, McDonalds and

We offer a wide range of painting and decorating Football in that order!
solutions for your home or business. James
Over the past couple of years I have discovered a
Our qualified decorators offer a full consultation to different side of Peter. Working closely as fellow
ensure you receive a service tailored to your needs.

Services include: Trustees of the Harlow Playhouse Charitable Trust his
many skills and talents including wisdom, patience,
Interior and exterior redecoration support and enthusiasm seemed boundless. To me
Airless/HVLP spraying personally he was a constant support and trusted
Tape and jointing

Plastering confidante, his encouragement to trust in my own

All staff undertake CSCS health and safety approval abilities and instincts and to keep fighting for what we,

Please contact us for a full range of services as a Trust, think is the best way forward is something

or a free consultation. that I currently find it impossible to believe can be replaced.

Office: 01279 730 733 But the work does and will go on and we will seek to honour

Mobile: 07977 775 672 his memory by continuing in the pursuit of our goals.

Website: Steve
E-mail: [email protected] One of the last performances to benefit from a Peter

13033 dec2013 Lines lighting design was by Harlow Ballet in April this

year, a show in which James made his ballet debut!

HERTS HEATING Representing Harlow Ballet and Harlow Playhouse
Charitable Trust please welcome Henrietta Branwell.

Town Grove, Dunmow Road, Hatfield Heath, Tribute Henrietta Branwell

Bishops Stortford, Herts CM22 7BN Steve

For all your Gas Installation and Servicing needs Peter loved theatre in all forms but especially Musical

High Efficiency Condensing Boiler Installations Theatre. Included in Peters notes were comments about

Gas Boiler Servicing and Breakdowns the four Musicals he would like represented here today.

Landlord’s Gas Safety Records In a piece especially arranged for today by Chris

Free Quotations for gas heating installations Redman sit back and enjoy the music of Cabaret, West

Plumbing and Pipework Side Story, Annie and The Wizard of Oz.

Replacement Bathrooms, including Tiling & Performance Musicals Medley (AV)
Decoration Steve
Today we have gained an insight into the extraordinary
Local company established in 1974. life and career of a man whose quiet modesty and
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· Call us on 01279-730 060 humility means that, for many, much of what we have
· Fax us on 01279-730 065 heard today will come as a surprise.

· E-mail us at [email protected] 8
13032 Dec2013

Lets take a moment for a brief reminder of just some of PHIL SNELL
Peters achievements
Facebook Tribute and Grandchildren (AV) General Building & Maintenance
At the start of this service we heard that Peter wanted Conversions, Bathrooms, Kitchens
this to be a not only a celebration of his life but a chance Plastering, Brickwork, Decorating
to say thank you to all those involved in making his life Call for Free Advice & Estimates
so fulfilling. Margaret and the family would like to take 01279 739 136 or 07900 694 664
the opportunity to say a huge thank you to you all for
your contribution to a wonderful life lived well. FULLY INSURED
Due to the kindness of so many people Peter's memory
will live on through other ways. An Endowment 13013 January to December 2013
Scholarship at the Engineering Dept,
University of Hertfordshire. The Lighting Box at General DIY, Curtain Rails and Shelves Erected, Flat Packs
Harlow Playhouse to be renamed after him. A cup in his assembled. Patio, Drive and Brickwork Pressure Washed,
memory to be sponsored by the Heath Players at the Fencing and Sheds Preserved and Repaired, Hedge Cutting,
Hertford Drama Festival. A special show by his drama
friends at Harlow Playhouse on 2nd February 2014 An including Shrubs and Tree Pruning,
award in his memory by Razed Roof. House Painting, Exterior & Interior, Windows Pipe Work and
A seat in Hatfield Forest.
Weather Boards Stained and Painted. Fencing Erected,
There have been so many memories of help and Gardens and Driveways Shingle.
kindnesses and advice that Peter had given in the past, . Contact lan and Jan at
many of which the family were totally unaware. He will
always be there for us, we miss him so much Margaret, San Michelle, Jacks Lane, Takeley
Andy and Lois, Rich and Nikki, Megan, Rachel and
Cameron, Harry, Jacob, Joe and Jasper, John, Peter's 01279 870 968
only brother, his wife Linda and their three daughters 07939 531 872
and their partners.

[email protected]

13017 January to December 2013

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9 13030 Dec 2013



Call Sid Perry on 01279 899 029 or 0777 622 1975 PRESENT:
Cllr Mark Lemon (ML), (Chairman), Cllrs Domenica
13048 Jan - Dec 2013 Ciccarelli (DC), Steve Foster (SF), David Parish (DP),
Sandra Saban (SS) , Bart Sheekey (BS), Gary Waller

In attendance: Clerk to the Council Ernie Fenwick, and 8
members of the public

The Chairman welcomed everyone present and opened
with the open forum

● Land to the North of Cox Ley. Objection to the threat of
selling football field unless planning permission is
supported by Parish Council (See Item 1005 b(vi)

● Kerbstones in Broomfields (See Item 1007)
● Affordable housing. (See Item 1006)

Cllr Bob Jones (BJ), Mel Sullivan (MS), holiday

The minutes of the Council Meeting of 14th August were
signed as a true record of the meeting.

Station Road, Bishop’s Stortford 998. DECLARATION OF MEMBERS INTERESTS:
DP declared a personal interest in 1005 b vi having al-
ready objected privately.




The Chairman presented a cheque for £50 to Marianne
Thurgood for the book award for 2013/14
4 members of the public left the meeting

Bishop’s Stortford 01279 654 555 1001. REPORTS TO / FROM COUNTY AND
Edmonton 0208 807 3712 DISTRICT COUNCILLOR

Nothing to report

Matters from last meeting and Action Register 10

1307 Dec 13 P

1211/03 Telegraph poles at Sleepers to be provided in lieu EF
church road. of telegraph poles. Agreed for
Clerk to purchase 15 no 4m
sleepers @£31 each plus VAT

1303/02 Additional dog bins on SB has spoken to officers CLEANING
The Heath concerned and UDC are Windows
prepared to empty two Conservatories
additional bins placed Solar Panels
alongside existing litter bins. MS Guttering
Agreed to purchase two dog UPVC
bins for installation at
locations to be approved MAINTENANCE
1304/08 Kerbstones to Cox Ley This has been requested EF Property Care Plastering
1306/06 need resetting and from ECC Highways. Write EF
1307/05 graffiti removal again as this a Health & EF Cleaning/ maintenance
1308/04 Safety issue. Reference No EF
2260710. Contact David Deacon

Clean village sign and Clerk to request Highway

car parking signs on the Rangers. Proposed comple- 01279 436 196 07403 443 959

heath tion before October

Trees adjacet to Hunt- Awaiting Henry Turtill to
ers Meet confirm billage green
13102 July 14 P

Land at The Shaw OM Property Management.
Responsible for cutting
grass at The Shaw. Clerk
will contact regarding grass
cuttings being dumped

1308/06 Missing road sign at Reported to ECC Highways
Stortford Road Reference No 2258599.
/Sawbridgeworth Rd

Correspondence “Wendycot”,Chelmsford Road,
i Manure Heap in Oak Lodge. Letter of thanks from Mrs Shaw Hatfield Heath,
ii Illegal encampment documents
iii Youth services provision in Hatfield Heath Bishop’S Stortford, Herts
iv Essex Highways response to traffic schemes
v Pensions and PAYE Opening Hours
vi Request for Mallyons Amusements to bring the funfair to Mon - Fri 8am - 5.30pm

The Heath for the Easter Weekend 19th – 21st April. Ap- Sat 9am - 1pm
proved with the rent now at £400 per visit.
Tel: 01279 730 274
Meetings and Training
i Community Led Planning drop in session, Mon 16 Sept, [email protected]
1:30-3:30 PM
Widdington Village Hall 1305 January 2012 to December 2013

ii Emergency Planning Training Tues 26 Nov AM UDC £7
iii SSE Council liaison meeting Thurs 19 Sept 8 PM

Great Easton Village Hall
iv Uttlesford Forum and Police Commissioner Thurs 19 Sept

7.30pm Assembly Hall, Friends School, Mount Pleasant
Road, Saffron Walden


ML will attend a cabinet meeting tomorrow night.
ML and the Clerk attended the Heath on Sunday evening

1st Sept as the funfair were packing up and leaving the
site. It was noticed that a stake had gone through a gas
main 2 feet under the surface and when it was pulled out
there was a large escape of gas. Clerk had contacted the
gas board and they attended promptly and effected a tem-
porary repair and returned the following morning to carry
out a full repair.

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Heath Computers ........Continued

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13026 Dec 13
E Fenwick Salary
a. Decisions by UDC
b Applications
TOP PRICES i Randwick House Sawbridgeworth Road, HH;
07831 589 763
UTT/13/2146/HHF; Erection of two storey side exten-
sion with juliet balcony: NO OBJECTIONS
ii Eastlea Dunmow Road,HH; UTT/13/2014/FUL; Retro-
spective change of use to garden land: OBJECT as
this is in green belt area
iii Bywell Chelmsford Road HH: UTT/13/2049/HHF:
demolition of existing detached double garage and erection
of detached single garage. Erection of 2 story side/rear
extension to dwelling; NO OBJECTION
iv Land Rear of Bywell, Chelmsford Road HH:
UTT/13/2054/FUL: erection of one number detached
dwelling with integral garage; OBJECT as this is back
v Land to the Rear of Friars Lea Chelmsford Road HH:
UTT/13/2056/FUL: erection of one number detached
dwelling; OBJECT as this is back development
vi Land North of Cox Ley HH: UTT/13/2313/OP : outline
planning permission for the erection of 5 number
dwellings with all matters reserved: OBJECT as this is not
affordable housing and is not allowed for development in
the green belt.


Clerk has written to Sir Alan Haselhurst regarding
existing owners of affordable housing, and Mr & Mrs
McSweeney in particular.
GW outlined the rules regarding local connection.
ML has asked for a meeting with Hastoe Housing
Association and the UDC to clarify the situation regarding
existing owners of shared housing and placement of
residents with local connection. Clerk to send copies of
documents to Tanya McSweeney
3 members of the public left the meeting

Take part in 2 classes a week and get the 3rd free!!! 1007. HIGHWAYS

offers 1 to 1 Personal Training and small group (2- Kerbstones in Broomfields and Cox Ley. Clerk to write
3 people) Personal Training in a private gym in Hatfield Heath again to ECC Highways and also to UDC suggesting
consideration of more parking provision as the numbers
of vehicles parking in Broomfields makes it very difficult
for the refuse lorries to negotiate the tight turn from Cox
Ley into Broomfields.

email Report from MS on current status of Highways issues.


1. Bus Shelter at White Horse (outside Post Office)
is on list of potential schemes

2. A1060/Dunmow Road junction: Highways officers to
meet with HHPC to discuss results of traffic survey.
Engineers instructed to proceed with the design and
investigatory works associated with a mini

3. A1060/Sawbridgeworth Road junction is on list of
potential schemes and members have agreed
funding for the investigative work.

4. Zebra crossing on A1060 by school has been
rejected by Highways as not meeting their criteria

5. Request for 30 and 40 mph speed limits on sheering 13058 Mar 2014
road have been referred to the network
management team to be validated.

SS left the meeting

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pointed out that if re-seeding was to be carried out, it
needs to be done now. £8.50 per sqm..includes 11mm underlay,installation,gripper
rods,door bars,uplift and dispose old flooring.
This was not a criticism of the Clerk who has a difficult
job trying to get small projects completed by various Heavy Domestic Loop structure, Bleach Cleanable,
contractors who may have more major jobs in hand, but 12 sqm hall stairs and land 4 colours £165
we need to re-assess who is going to carry out works on
behalf of the council and to try to get completion dates ................................................................................................................................................................................................
Budget Twist Pile Bleach Cleanable,
1010. LITTER 12 sqm hall stairs and land 9 colours £165

MS raised this issue . Regular instances of domestic ................................................................................................................................................................................................
rubbish in full black bin sacks being left alongside litter
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Tudor Lodge. The sacks are ripped open by animals and average 12 sqm lounge £270
contents dragged into undergrowth. MS has spoken to
some who have been seen leaving the sacks, but more ................................................................................................................................................
people seem to be doing it. Agreed to put something in
the Parish Magazine. Heavy Domestic Twist Saxony Shag pile 14 colours
Clerk reported on the pensions and PAYE information he average 12 sqm lounge £250
had been given and has circulated a report regarding
remuneration. Agreed to formalise the employment of ................................................................................................................................................................................................
litter pickers and to grant an increase to £30 per round
per month as there has been no rise for four years. Vinyl average 6 sqm kitchen or bath room 11 designs £105

1011. THE SHAW ................................................................................................................................................................................................

Clerk has tried to contact the property management Laminate Floor good quality
company but has been given a telephone number which 12 sqm 6 colours £260 fitted
is incorrect. Further investigations to ascertain the con-
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On Friday 16th August at 11pm my Chelmsford Road, Hatfield Heath, CM22 7BQ
parents were walking home from what
wa a nice evening out with friends .
They walked into Broomfields and not
long after this their pleasant evening
out was very quickly over. My Father
tripped and fell over a wheelie bin which was straight across
the path on its side.
By 11.30pm my Father was in hospital being treated for a
very nasty leg injury.
I do not want to point the blame at a certain resident, but I
do know that from the names on the bin, that they belong to
residents of either Friendly Terrace or Browns Cottages.
As far as we have been made aware, all bins should be left
out on the morning of collection and taken in once emptied.
Some of these bins were still out where this incident took
place. On the following Monday morning.
All I ask is that people take note before something like this
happens again.

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730 544 Hatfield Broad Oak
2 20.00 Leisure Hour URC INSTITUTE

4 20.00 Leisure Hour URC 01371 872 550

6 8.00 Holy Communion 1662 HT PRE-SCHOOL


09.30 Harvest Family Service HT 730 354 01279 651 270

18.30 Harvest Evensong HT LITTLE FRIENDS OR 01279 653 925

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7 11.30-12 Luncheon Club URC Group Betty Bennett.. 01279 508 455

9 10.30 Holy Communion The Close Thur 9.45am term time
Village Hall - 07956 563 710 HEALTH WALK
13 9.30 Holy Communion HT HATFIELD HEATH
01279 730 375
Friday 10am outside
10.30 Family Service URC URC
Broomfield Surgery 731 434
14 10.30-18 Ride & Stride - Essex Churches URC FRIDAY CLUB (7-12 yrs)

16 20.00 Leisure Hour URC 739 218 HEALTH WALK
20 8.00 Holy Communion 1662 HT JO JINGLES
(6 mths - 7years) 868 410 Monday 10.30am Village Car
9.30 Matins HT Park

10.30 Family Service URC SCHOOL FOOTBALL The new leader Is Mr. G.

18.00 Service at the Close CLUB Barron. 01279 899 451

SCOUTS 812 586

23 10.30 Holy Communion HT CUBS Chris Hancock FARMERS MARKET

11.30-12 Luncheon Club URC 731 646 07956 563 710

27 9.30 Holy Communion HT BROWNIES 734 391

9.30am Holy Trinity Village Hall
28 10.30 Holy CommunionThe Haven 730 288 Weds 9.30am 07776 221 975


Ht - Holy Trinity, URC -United Reformed Church JUNIOR KARATE
01992 575 679 Village Hall Fridays 9.30am

If you notice incorrect or if numbers have been BRIDGE CLUB 723 948 BOOTCAMP
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Phone:- 01279 730 498 730 425 Mon 9.15am-10am &

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For all Senior Citizens 01279 443 181

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Ann Whale 01279 731 288

Evening Afternoon


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Mark Ratcliff 503 174

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9th October Village Magazine - view past 27 issues

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
Bart Sheekey.............................................. 730 663 Broad
Robert Jones............................................... 730 741
Gary Waller................................................ 739 345
Sandra Saban.............................................. 730 042
Steve Foster................................................ 730 690 H. H.Football
Domenica Ciccarelli....................................739 350
H.H. Cricket Club:


Parish council website is now live
The Mobile Library Hatfield Heath
PCSO Jo Trevail-Philips Email:[email protected]
Pc Brad Healey Email: [email protected] Tuesday visits Fortnightly
Broomfields 2.45pm to 3.35pm
Mobile for above police officers........ 07989 174 801 The Close 3.40pm to 4pm
Essex Police Non Emergency.............101 The Heath 4.05pm to 4.35pm

Emergency ............................................... 999 HIRE UR CHURCH HALL FOR
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THE SAMARITANS............................... 01279 421 110

HATFIELD HEATH C.P. SCHOOL...... 01279 730 382 Deadline
PRE-SCHOOL........................................ 01279 730 354
Bruno Barbara Oct
Rev. Stewart Gibbs.......................................01279 730 288

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
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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.

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interruption, a privilege that has been highly prized.

The village has played its full part in the war effort. More

than 100 men and women have joined up. They are all

Hatfield Regis remembered weekly by name in our public prayers and a gift
is sent to each at Christmas. Contributions to the Savings
Campaign and every other good cause have been

Local History Society spontaneous, systematic, and marvellous. The Home Guard
and all the A.B.P. services have been enthusiastically

manned. A Y.M.C.A. centre is being splendidly run by many

President: Rupert Gosling Esq. Lord of the Manor willing helpers for members of the Forces and it is just what

October 15 they needed.
It was a new experience to have a Deaconess at the Vicarage.
"Dudfins, Langles and Scummers” The people have found out, to their great comfort, what that
A talk by Meryl Catty means. At first it was puzzling, and more than one caller
forme have asked " Is the Deacon in? " The beautiful little
This is a talk on items that appear in old wills church has always been so much loved and so well cared for
being handed on to family members that its needs are few, but it has been enriched by gifts of a

Held at St Mary's Hatfield Broad Oak Processional Cross, a new Altar Book and a Litany, and a
beautiful picture of the

WINDOWS ON THE PAST Madonna, a Passiontide frontal, much Altar linen, and many
other gifts. The approaches to the Altar, the Chancel and the
N. entrance have been improved, and a standard pipe in the

When the Parish Magazine celebrated its 50th Year churchyard has replaced the old pump destroyed by enemy
anniversary in 1943, the Vicar, and Magazine action.
Editor, the Rev A F Gardiner contacted earlier Our people live on very happy terms with those of the Chapel
incumbents going back to the first edition in 1893 to congregation. On Good Fridays and National Days of Prayer
we have United Services, and also a monthly service of

ask them to write about their reminiscences during United War Time Intercession. And at all times, in all good
their time at Hatfield Heath. All replied!.and gave a works, there is whole-hearted co-operation between all mem-
fascinating account of life in the Village during their bers of the Church and Chapel in spite of the vital differences
period of occupation. In particular the accounts which unhappily separate us from one .another in matters of
given by the Vicars during the two World Wars Faith.
gave an insight as to life here which could not be We have been very happy here, and only lack of space
forbids the mention of the host of keen and active workers

obtained by any history book. who are doing so much here for the Church—the
Churchwardens, Squadron Leader J. T. Wordsworth and Mr.
Here is the Seventh report which P. V. Broke, the best ever; Miss C. Coleman, the one and only
covers the period 1936 - 1945 Secretary the P.C.C.has ever had; Mr. P. Newman, a worthy
successor as Parish Clerk to Mr. Daniel Day ; Mr. and Mrs.

Rev A F Gardiner 1936-1945 Dix, now, alas! resigning, who have worked wonders with
Mr P Newman - Churchwarden the Choir; Mr. E. A. B. Chandler whose Children's Services
Mr P V Broke - Churchwarden have made him their true guide and friend ; and so many
J T Wordsworth - Churchwarden others, unnamed but never to be forgotten.
E Chandler - Churchwarden One last word. Throughout these 50 years every Vicar has
Clara Coleman - PCC Secretary found unfailing friendship at Gladwyns, and how much the
In December 1940 a German Bomb destroyed the Church owes to succeeding generations of Brokes it would
Schoolhouse known as Churchgate be impossible to say. Words cannot express what my sister
House and the west wall of the Institute plus windows on the and I owe to Mrs. H. Broke and Mr. P. V. Broke, in our home
north side of the Church. and in the parish. If I may be forgiven a parody of that
Rev A F Gardiner 1936—1943 War broke out 3 years beautiful poem " The Brook" it is indeed a blessing to this
after our arrival, and our village became at once the temporary parish that while Vicars may come and Vicars may go, the
home of families evacuated from London. In the Vicarage Brokes go on for ever.
for instance we had at once 7 mothers and 7 children, and, in So we close our Jubilee Number, recalling the words of
the next 2 years, 6 more mothers, 6 more children, 2 Scripture: "Ye shall hallow the fiftieth year: it shall be a
grandfathers, a father, and an aunt—all of Jewish race jubilee unto you."home of families evacuated from London.
and faith, from Clapton. Since then the Vicarage has been a In the Vicarage for instance we had at once 7 mothers and 7
F. A. Point. Our garage is the village Salvage Depot. Trinity children. During the next two years we had 6 mothers and 6
Hall became a school for children from B. London. children, a father, grandfather and an aunt of the Jewish race
Meanwhile though a "safe area" we had plenty of bombs. and faith from Clapton. Since then the Vicarage has been an
" Churchgate, " at the N. entrance of the church, was F.A. point, our garage is the village salvage depot and Trinity
demolished by a direct hit, providentially without loss of Hall became a school for children from East London.
life. A Disposal Squad removed another bomb at the S. Meanwhile, though a ' safe area,' we had plenty of bombs. '
entrance with the church out of bounds for a week but, thank Churchgate' at the North entrance of the Church was
God, unscathed. Our church has been " blacked out" from the demolished by a direct .hit, providentially without loss of
outset of war so that all our services have been held without life. A disposal squad removed another bomb at the South


entrance, with the Church out of bounds for a week but, thank GLYNN’S CHIMNEY SWEEP
God, unscathed. Our Church has been ' blacked out' from the
outset of the war, so that all our services have been held Clean & Efficient
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The village has played its full part in the war effort. More than
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It was a new experience to have a Deaconess at the Vicarage. HETAS Qualified Sweep
The people have found out to their great comfort what that
means. At first it was puzzling and more than one caller for me
have asked "Is the Deacon in ? "
The beautiful little Church has always been so much loved and 13070 Feb 2014
so well cared for that its needs are few, but it lias been enriched
by gifts of a Processional Cross, a new Altar Book and a Hatfield Haven Care Home
Litany, and a beautiful Picture of the Madonna, a Passiontide
Frontal, much Altar Linen and many other gifts. Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath, Bishops Stortford, Herts. CM22 7DL
The approaches to the Altar, the Chancel and North entrance
have been improved and a standard pipe in the Churchyard has Tel: 01279 730 043
replaced the old pump destroyed by enemy action.
Lack of space forbids the mention of the host of keen and
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Sing Along with Jo Jingles! IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Fun Music Singing & Movement Classses REGARDING
For children aged 3 months to 5 years
Chidren’s Parties & Nursery Sessions also available!
The Practice has recently been advised by NHS England
For details on classes in: that information about you and the care you receive is
Bishop’s Storford, Epping, Harlow going to be shared, in a secure system, by healthcare staff
Sawbridgeworth, Great Dunmow to support your treatment and care
& Hatfield Heath NHS England is commissioning a modern data service
Call Lucy on 01279 868 410 from the Health and Social Care information Centre
[email protected] Confidential information from your medical records can be used by the NHS to improve the services offered in
order to provide the best possible care for everyone.
13024 January December 2013
This information along with your postcode and NHS
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where it can be linked with other information
You have a choice - If you are happy for your information
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If you have any concerns or wish to prevent this from
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Information about you and the care you receive is Children’s Parties
shared, in a secure system, by healthcare staff to support
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It is important that we, the NHS, can use this Celebrations
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Information such as your postcode and NHS number, FOR
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We need to make sure that you know this is 13020 January to December 2013
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Please take time to read this leaflet. You
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First Class Care Agency ...........Continued

Are you looking for care for you or a Do I have a choice?
loved one?
Yes. You have the right to prevent confidential

We are an independent local agency based in information about you from being shared or used for
Harlow with a client base in Harlow, Hatfield any purpose other than providing your care, except in
Heath, North Weald and Ongar. Dedicated to special circumstances. If you do not want information
provide personally tailored care plans to meet that identifies you to be shared outside your GP

your requirements. practice, ask your practice to make a note of this in

Services include: your medical record. This will prevent your

· Personal Care confidential information being used other than where
· Housework/Laundry necessary by law, (for example, if there is a public
· Meal provision health emergency).
· Shopping You will also be able to restrict the use of information
· Sitting services held by other places you receive care such as hospital?
· Pet care and community services. You should let your GP know
Or we can be your peace of mind and call when if you want to restrict the use of this information.
you live nowhere near a loved one. Your choice will not affect the care you receive.
We are registered with the care quality
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and all staff are trained and have criminal Records
and reference checks prior to employment. If you are happy for your information to be shared you
do not need to do anything There is no form to fill in
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If you have concerns or are not happy for your

01279 418013 information to be shared, speak to your GP practice.

13097 Jan 14 P Where can I get more information?

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Drop in for Tea, coffee and light refreshments For more information, including a list of frequently

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10.00 AM – 12 NOON
A chance to meet others and chat All welcome
You can also get further
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Sponsored by the Village Hall Trust information from the website at 20954 Or you can
FREE but donations welcome
speak to staff at your GP practice.


Private Residential and Day Care for the elderly

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Services at Falcon House.
We provide a safe, homely and caring environment ensuring personal
privacy and individual dignity. Personal independence is encouraged
and supported with a high standard of care delivered by
compassionate fully trained staff.
All residents enjoy an exceptionally high standard of hotel services
and our experienced Chefs create a variety of tasty fresh menus
accommodating resident’s individual tastes and requirements.
Resident’s friends and family are also very welcome to join them at
Falcon House encourages residents to participate in their own
hobbies and pastimes but also arranges many activities which all the
residents can enjoy along with regular social events throughout the
Falcon House is also able to provide both Day and Respite services.

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Rocking Rhythm & Blues Band 130 channels from £89 TV wall mounting from £59 Additional room TV link £49

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13094 July 2014
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[email protected]

13120 Nov 2013 NP

J oin us for our Open M or ning on Low 0.24inches in 1995
Sat ur day 1 2 t h Oct ober 0.31inches in 2003
10am - M idday
Garden Watch
During August the garden has been inundated
- Meet t h e Hea dm a st er & St a ff by white butterflies every day and all day -
large, small and green veined alike.
- En joy a t ast er of ou r lesson s & a ct ivit ies Once the Buddleia produced its inflorescences,
the Peacocks, Tortoiseshells and Red Admirals
- Visit ou r ou t st a n d in g sp or t s & a r t s fa cilit ies arrived. Browns, Gatekeepers, Commas and
- Take a guided tour ar oun d th e sch ool small Coppers were abundant on the Marjoram.
On 14th August a Brown
Argus was seen for the first
time and on the 15th
August a “late” Brimstone
August 2013 was a
wonderful month for Butterflies
and the National Survey
results will be of interest to us
Brian Bland


Hatfield Regis 13116 Aug 14

Local History Society Hair by BEE BEE

President: Rupert Gosling Esq. Lord of the Manor ALL ASPECTS OF HAIRDRESSING

Prisoner of War Camp 116 LADIES and GENTS

The Prisoner of War book still continues to Hair By Bee Bee
create local interest. Now the reprint has an
ISBN number one copy has been sent to the Wed & Fri 9 am - 6pm Sat 9am - 12noon
Legal Deposit at the British Library and 13
copies in Hertfordshire Libraries. The latest Annetta 01279 870 662
information that relates to the Prisoner of War
experience, has been provided by Jean
Kettridge with the carving pictured below

Val and Karen
are pleased to announce the opening of

This carving is the work of Austrian Prisoners, Pond Lane Hatfield Heath
11 whose names are etched on the reverse
side entitled Souvenir from Austrian POWs. 01279 730 735
This work is carved from a solid slice of wood
and the patina is indicative of its age and All ladies welcome 10 % off first appointment
13118 Aug 2014 NP
Daxactier Hans Kreilehner Josef
Stuckler Mathias TodeschInie Ernst
Broomfields/ Ardley Crescent
2nd June Ardley Cresc

Then alternates weekly with Broomfield

Sunday 1.30pm-2.30pm
Note half hour earlier now

Hausberger Peter Cangreiter Hans

Heinrich Karl Schwaiger Johann

Hirson Josef Ceitner Josef

Schlogl Adolf

The History Society is extremely pleased and 13015 January 2013 to December 2013
grateful for the comments and support that the
book has received since its publication. Jim
Coe, a former Heath resident for 60 years who
now lives in Dorset still maintains local contact
with Jean and Ivan Wybrew, other Villagers and
through the Magazine also requested and
received the publication. The initial response
generated a second printing with considerable
success. Copies can still be obtained at Hatfield
Heath and Little Hallingbury Post Offices price
Ivan Cooper


MAN WITH The Vicar
A VAN Writes

Are you MAD? Do you want to be MAD?

“Greed is good” was the mantra, and somehow it crept

HATFIELD HEATH LOCATED from the script of “Wall Street” into our lives and our
DELIVERIES – COLLECTIONS – REMOVALS For most of us, however, greed is not good. We shun
the excesses seen in banker bonuses and tax evasion.
FRIENDLY RELIABLE SERVICE We try to be unselfish, and we look to find ways that
we can help others, if we can find the time and the
TEL: 01279 730 632 - MOB. 07885 144 145
EMAIL: [email protected]

Nov 2013 money – both of which may be in short supply.

Airport Frankly that is MAD – Making A Difference – and
Transfers, there are more people who are M.A.D. than we realise.
I suspect you may be one of them.

Theatre Nights, The thing is, it is not something that is particularly
easy on your own – it is a lot more fun and effective

Restaurants. when we can make a difference together – where we
can share ideas and encourage each other.
07973 635 143 There are people in our village who do a lot of
Pete Isherwood ‘making a difference’, and some of the results from this can be seen in our community, but there is a lot

more going on that cannot be seen so easily, such as

Heathrow,Gatwick, ensuring clean water in Africa, or helping vulnerable

City Airport & Luton. families (you know who you are!)

13046 Jan - Dec 2013 And there are many others who want to get involved
(perhaps in some very small way) but cannot see an

easy way in – people who want to help, a bit, but are

worried about finding they have volunteered to do far

more than they really want to.

We would like to facilitate some way of helping

people to make more of a difference, in areas where

they most want to see a difference take place. For

some, this may be in some small way. For others it

may involve a much grander scheme about the issues

that are really important to them. We thought that the

Fun Day in October Half Term best way to start this would be to ask you about what
you are doing and thinking.
Tuesday 29th October 2013 If you are currently making a difference, if you’d like
9.30am - 4.30pm to be making a difference, if you just want to think

Our Lady of Fatima Church Hall, Harlow about what it might be like, or if you know someone
else who is making a difference – please let us know.
Face painting Cinema with Fill in the short questionnaire, either here (paper
popcorn replies can be sent to the Vicarage, Broomfields) or on

line, and we will try and work out a good way to take

PWhooernSkiscxhhoTopohlerautnreby £20 Craecattiivviet,iecsraft this forward and report it in the next issue of the
magazine. If there is enough interest, perhaps we can
For all day! get together and share ideas and encourage each other
a bit. What do you think? Is that MAD?

Stewart Gibbs Vicar

Contact us: This survey can be completed on line at:

[email protected] I am short of space in this issue but will try to include

Jolly Pods Team- 07931 509 164 or 07961 210 031 it in the next one . Bruno

13113 Oct 13 26

United Reformed Church

Sunday 29th September 10.30am
Back to Church' Sunday

Everyone is welcome to attend this service,
especially if you have had any

past connection with our Church.

Thanks -The Elders would like to express their

thanks to Jackie & John and all those from the Vil-
lage and from outside, who helped tidy up the
Church Yard on 14th September.

Holy Trinity October Half Term Booking
Hatfield Heath
Available Dates
HARVEST 29th October, 30th October, 31st October


6th October 2013

9.30am Family Harvest Service

6.30pm Harvest Evensong

7.30pm for 7.45pm Harvest Celebration Meal We offer a
Tickets available from The Vicarage Complete Service
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All Welcome
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waxed double
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computer shelf as of fuss and mess by experts!
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£5/head tables of 8
(bring your own food and drink) 1311 January to December 2013
Raising money for new chairs in the Village Hall

Friday 8th Nov
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