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July 2014

Hatfield Heath Village Magazine July 2014

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July 2014 THE MAGAZINE THAT KEEPS YOU IN TOUCH Est. 1893

Fun Run

Owls & Pals

CP School at Audley End House

CP School Candy Dance School

PARISH PLAN “ FIESTA NIGHT ”

It is now 10 years since our Parish

Plan was Commenced. You can help 19th July 2014 from 7.30 to 11.30 pm

decide what the plan will contain Featuring

See inside for more details....... “HATFIELD HEATH’S GOT TALENT”

www.facebook.com/hatfieldheathfestival See inside for more information........

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

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Response to

‘Over Development’

article by ANON

May 2014 edition

13116 Aug 14 Bruno
Re the ‘Over Development’ article by ANON in the
• Interior & Exterior decoration May 2014 edition of the Village Magazine.
• carried out to a high specification. ANON asks of the parish council, how they define
• Full public liability. and what they class as over development’ and then
• 30 yrs Experience compares my development at ‘The Stag’ to one
which ANON gives little detail other than ‘they
• Ceilings papered. want to extend on their garage at the bottom of their
garden’.
• Wall coverings and wall paper hung Being a parish councillor is voluntary, unpaid and
consists of a general cross section of people from
No job too large or too small all walks of life, and having looked at the
application that ANON refers to they have come to
Contact Steve. the conclusion that, in their opinion, it was an over
development of the site, the applicant can still
Phone : 01279 724 805 Mobile : 07836 588 886 proceed with the application to Uttlesford District
Council where professional paid planning officers
E-mail: [email protected] will make their decision based on the details within
the application which would include the views of
Address: Field View, Sheering, Herts. the Parish Council.
My site at ‘The Stag’ has been through such an
14046 Dec 2014 application, but I didn’t submit it without extensive
consultations with my architect who is a paid
For All Building Works - professional. Three of the main criteria when
Extensions/Renovations - determining a planning application are:
Decorating - Plumbing - Electrics 1: Is the garden size proportional to property size.
Carried Out with Great Attention to Detail 2: Is there adequate parking for the proposed
Tel: 01279 757 323 07836 205 103 properties.
3: How the proposed development impacts on the
14034 Dec 14 surrounding area.
My site complied with these criteria (hence no
14066 April 15 opposition from the parish council).
ANON furnishes us with very little detail of the
The Mobile Library Hatfield Heath application that the Parish Council deemed as ‘over
development’ so it is difficult for the magazine
Tuesday visits Fortnightly reader to come to a fair judgement.
ANON states that the applicants neighbour and
Broomfields 2.45pm - 3.35pm another close by have had similar work done, again
we are furnished with little information , perhaps
The Close 3.40pm - 4pm their gardens are bigger, perhaps they were built
prior to current planning criteria, perhaps ANON
The Heath 4.05pm - 4.35pm could fill in a few gaps in their argument.
All construction work from ‘Stonehenge’ to ‘The
Shard’ has an impact on its immediate surroundings
and the people who live there, particularly during
the construction phase, ANON describes my
development as ‘utter chaos’ and that ‘clearly the

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views, opinions, and safety of our villagers is of no PHIL SNELL
concern here’ . I am offended by these comments
as I have maintained pedestrian access at all times General Building & Maintenance
past the scaffolding to the front of The Stag and
around the excavations for service connections by Conversions, Bathrooms, Kitchens
the site entrance. These operations are carried out Plastering, Brickwork, Decorating
under licence from the highways department. Call for Free Advice & Estimates
Tim Mascall 01279 739 136 or 07900 694 664
Mascall Homes Ltd.
FULLY INSURED
SUSPECTED SPY CAPTURED
ON THE HEATH 13013 January to December 2013

Tracing of the cellar key MHS Builders
Local Builder
I remember my father telling me that during the Carpentry & Roofing
First World War a suspected German spy was Loft and Garage conversions
arrested on the Heath. It was late in the day and Kitchens & Bathrooms
the local constable did not have transport to take Plastering
his prisoner to the cells in Bishops Stortford, so Extensions
was looking for somewhere secure to keep him references available on request
overnight.
I’m not sure if it was the constable’s or Call Mark Savage
grandfather’s suggestion, but the suspect finished
up being locked up in the farthest end of our 14025 January to December 2014
cellar, what we call “the dark cellar”, here at
Friars. Presumably this was because it was Open Tues - Thurs 9 am-5 pm
thought to be a safe place to keep him until he Fri 9 am-6 pm
could be taken for questioning the next day.
There is still an old iron bedstead in there; we Sat 9am-4pm
have always used it for keeping boxes of our Free Parking
clutter off the floor ,which can get a bit damp, but
maybe it was hastily put in there that night for the
prisoner and then never taken out ?
If anyone has had any more details about this
passed down to them we would be very interested
to hear from you.

Michael Hockley

ELDERLY RESIDENTS LOSE
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER THE OPEN FIELDS
I could not help but comment on Mr Lemon's
comments, that the new houses which he had visited
would have a lovely view over the open fields, true,
but what he failed to mention was that the beautiful
view over the open fields, which was previously
enjoyed, by the residents of the old people's
bungalows is now totally blocked by the said new
houses!

John Jackson

3 14068 Aug 14

HATFIELD HEATH

RAINFALL

Music at Hat Fest Brian Bland May 2014

Village Volunteers 14 Hatfield Heath Rainfall May 2014

Hatfield Heath Half Hour Helpers has been Total for month
disbanded and is being replaced by some village 12 81.50mm

volunteers who will help with any task that will not 10 Rainfall (3.21 inches)
take longer than half hour such as shopping , mm

changing a light bulb, picking up prescriptions etc 8
6
Tel:- 07944 748 478
Monday to Friday 10am to 12noon

(any other time it will be an answer phone) 4

Please remember 2
This is not an emergency helpline 0

14053 Jan 2015 Twenty raindays in May, produced a total of 3.21
inches, which is 56% higher than our May average.
A few Dates From the May Extremes
2014 PROGRAMME HIGH 4.94 inches in 2007
Meetings are every 4th Wednesday
At the Hatfield Heath Village Hall at 7.45pm 4.11 inches in 2000
LOW 0.44 inches in 2011
June 25th Marks Hall Jonathon Jukes
0.53 inches in 1999
July 23rd Outing
Garden Watch
August No Meeting
May 13th 1st Ladybird since March 2014
Sept 24th Shrubs for all Seasons Peter Jackson 14th 14th Blue Tits fledged
18th 1st Damsel Fly seen
Oct 22nd A.G.M 26th A young Greater Spotted Woodpecker

Nov 26th Secret Lives of Garden Birds joined a group of blackbirds on the lawn, but soon
Mike Logan-Wood realised he was with the wrong crowd.

Dec 5th (Friday) Social 30th and 31st A welcome return of the
Dormouse
JOIN THE CLUB OR JUST VISIT Dragon flies have yet to appear and we had very few
ladybirds, which is quite disappointing.
Single membership for year £7 or Family £12 Brian Bland
Non Member’s £2 per visit
Harris Hawk Flying at Hat Fest
Hatfield Heath Gardening Club
Call 01279 726 357 or 01279 730 425 4

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

It is now 10 years since our Parish Equinine Sports Therapist Fully qualified and insured in
Plan was commenced and the
majority of the items in the plan have Ÿ Equine Sports Massage
been completed. We need an up to
date plan for our village and this is Ÿ Passive Streching
your chance to help creating it. The
plan must be created by our residents Ÿ Myofascial Release
as it is the residents who will decide
what the plan will contain. If you Ÿ Rehabiltation
would like to be involved in helping
to shape the future of your village Sessions between 1 - 2hrs from £25
contact Parish Clerk Ernie Fenwick
at [email protected] *Travel costs apply after 15miles

or Improving your horse’s well-being, by giving the freedom to move

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13104 July 14 P

5 Dec 14

Hatfield Heath WHITECHAPEL
NEEDS YOUR UNDIES

& Dear Bruno,

INSTITUTE In the June magazine , the article from URC,
mentioned the talk we had received from Tony
Are Available for Miller, the Director of the Whitechapel Mission.
In a private conversation with Tony, after the
Children’s Parties service I asked him what donations were most
needed. To my surprise he said underwear and
Small tables and chairs now available ladies cosmetics (The mission cares for ladies as
well as men) So could I please ask, through our
Celebrations village magazine that if any one has any
unwanted undies (Men's and Ladies, clean
including please) or any half used lipstick, perfume, nail
varnish etc or unwanted Christmas / Birthday
Wedding Receptions presents it would be great if I could make up a
parcel for the mission. You can leave your
Classes etc., etc., donations at my house, 10 Bentley Villas,
Matching Road, Hatfield Heath. Or you can
PREFERENTIAL RATES contact me via email with your address and I will
FOR be happy to collect
[email protected] Or you can leave
LOCAL ORGANISATIONS donations at the United Reformed Church any
AND Sunday morning, perhaps even join us for the
service, we are a very friendly church and there is
LOCAL RESIDENTS always tea, coffee and biscuits after the service.

For Details Telephone Many Thanks

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President: Lord of the Manor

Hatfield Heath Mill has recently been renovated and
the owners SKK Design are extremely interested in
obtaining additional historical details of the Mill’s
past. Hatfield Regis Local History Society has pro-
vided some detailed content but are hoping that any
Villagers may have information or photographs
which would provide additional material for a pres-
entation. Images and some details of the Mill were
displayed at the Festival on Sunday 15 June and cre-
ated considerable interest.

offers 1 to 1 Personal Training and small group ( 2-3 A great deal of the historical background has been
people) Personal Training in a private gym in Hatfield Heath. researched and compiled but only a limited number
of old photographs have been discovered. This is an
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TUESDAY 22 JULY 2014 Classic
FIREFIGHTING IN ESSEX DURING THE Car
GREAT WAR At
MICK FORD – Volunteer Essex Fire and Hat Fest
Rescue Service
URC 7.30 pm

WINDOWS ON THE PAST

PARISH MAGAZINE November 1894
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Friday 7 to 8.20pm Vocal Music sitting service and occasional sleep over

Please do not hesitate to ring me with your enquiry.
I look forward to hearing from you. Please contact

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“ FIESTA NIGHT ”

19th July 2014 - 7.30 to 11.30 pm HATFIELD HEATH VILLAGE HALL

Featuring “HATFIELD HEATH’S GOT TALENT”

“Open Stage” from 7.30 to 9.00 pm

Plus Guest Performance by “TEMPERAMENTO ESPAÑOL”

Are you a SINGER, ACTOR, COMEDIAN, VENTRILOQUIST,MAGICIAN, DANCER or DANCE TROUPE?

Whatever your act, come and perform it “LIVE” on stage

JUDGES will be selected on the night and the AUDIENCE
will have a chance to vote for their favourite act

Entrance is free for performers -Non-performers £10 per ticket

Ticket includes a complimentary glass of SangriaWine, Soft Drinks, Tea & Coffee available to purchase on the night

For more information, buy tickets or to book your performance place, please contact
Juana 07721 051 342 or Michelle 07799 006 969

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High quality gifts for all occasions. Hatfield

Soft furnishings by Waltons. Heath
Contemporary home products.
Melt candles. Millefiori room fragrances. Community
Toiletries by Floris and Geo.F.Trumper .
Primary
Baby gifts.
Fashion accessories School
Large range of greeting cards and wraps
Pleasant atmosphere with the personal touch. Tel: 01279 730382
Email: [email protected]
5.30pm
TRIPS AND ACTIVITIES
On Thursday 5th June Year 6 visited Writtle College.
We learnt about farming, harvesting and what a
difference animals and plants make to our lives today. It
was great and we hope we can go back again!
(Sophia Miller & Leah Shipp)
Last week Year 1 ventured outside to extend their
learning in to the natural world! Using materials found
around the school grounds, they created their own
version of an Andy Goldsworthy sculpture. They used
fallen leaves, pine cones, stones and flowers. Having
studied the artist for a couple of weeks, they were able to
take inspiration from his work. They worked excellently
in collaboration with a friend and the results were
worthwhile. They gave them a fun title, photographed
them to remember their effort and left them to the
elements to disappear.

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GOLDEN 3 BULLFIELDS The Reception Class would be appreciative of any
CHARTER SAWBRIDGEWORTH saucepans you may no longer require for use in their
outside learning environment. If you have any please
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June Year 5 went Audley End House dressed as
79/81 SOUTH STREET WYCH ELM Victorian children. Shona‛s favourite part was when we
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SPORT SPECIAL OFFER
Swimming lessons are now well underway and being
enjoyed by all classes. Thank you to our dedicated if booked a minimum of 4 hours
volunteers and to Mrs Joiner- Jarrett (qualified cleaning a week just £10 per hour
swimming instructor) for juggling her hectic schedule to
be able to oversee swimming lessons in many of the 07525 422 603
classes. Tuesday 3rd June was the date for the final of
the Harlow Schools Sports Partnership netball 14075 Nov 2014
tournament final. We did amazingly well, ultimately
being placed as runners up to Church Langley. The 14080 Jul 14
match scores were:
Hare Street A 1 – Hatfield Heath 3
Pear Tree Mead 3 – Hatfield Heath 4
Church Langley 5 – Hatfield Heath 1
Hare Street B 2 – Hatfield Heath 4
Abbotsweld 1 – Hatfield Heath 3

On Friday 6th June the netball team played
two matches in the Leventhorpe league
against Mandeville and High Wych. They were
victorious in both winning 11-1 against
Mandeville and 14-1 against High Wych. Well
done!
On Friday 9th May Mr Peasey (my Dad)
organised a tag rugby game against Thorn
Grove Primary School in Bishop‛s Stortford.
The weather was perfect for a game of tag
rugby and straight after school nine pupils
(Asa, Seb, Jay and Matthew P from Year 5

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

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.................Continued from previous page Recycling within the school continues to behigh profile,

and George, Jack, Ellie and Scarlet from Year 4) travelled with all members of staff and pupils taking responsibility

to Thorn Grove for the tightly fought contest. Tag rugby is for this. Consequently we have been provided with an

a 7 a side non- contact game and we played 6 minutes additional 1100 litre recycling bin from Uttlesford

each way. We played three fiercely contested matches District Council as since introducing recycling to the

with some fantastic passing, great school the amount collected has doubled.

tagging and some superb finishing by both teams and the CONGRATULATIONS

final result was excellent. The first game was Jed Eastland (Year 5) recently played the part of

convincingly won 11-9 by Hatfield Heath but for the next Gavroche in a youth production of ‘Les Miserables‛ at

two matches Thorn Grove improved taking the second Harlow Playhouse. Three members of staff went along to

match 9-8, but we kept our heads held high watch and were hugely impressed by the quality of the

and the final game was a 9-9 draw. Overall Hatfield Heath production and the performances. Jed performed

won on tries scored – 28-27- it was nail bitingly close. superbly  in  his  role  as  the  ‘cheeky‛  member  of  the

Everyone in the squad played a significant role in every barricades, his singing was excellent as was his acting.

match. I would like to say thanks to our coach, Andy for The highlight of

teaching us and also to our parents who his performance was the way he ‘died‛ on stage! Well

transported and supported us during the matches. I would done Jed!

recommend everyone contact the school to join the after YEARS 5 & 6 READING GROUP

school tag rugby club on Tuesdays from 3.30 p.m. – The next meeting will be at lunchtime on Thursday 19th

4.30p.m. We have not only learnt rugby skills but also a June in class 5, where the text to be discussed will be

great sense of pride, camaraderie and ‘James and the Giant Peach‛ by Roald Dahl. Adults are

friendship between all three different age groups which welcome to attend too.

attend the sessions. BOOK FAIR

Matthew Peasey, Year 5 Thank you for supporting our book fair last term. We

raised £397.00 which we exchanged for 77 new titles for

the library. Please be reminded that the library is open

for you to use and borrow books on Monday and

Tuesday

after school.

THANK YOU

Despite the dreadful weather, Sharon Silvester

successfully completed the Nuclear Rush 12K and has

donated her sponsorship money to the school totally an

amazing £305.00. Well done on this fantastic

achievement and thank you.

HATFIELD HEATH IN THE COMMUNITY

ECO SCHOOLS – ‘Protect Our Planet‛ Essex Fire & Rescue Service have advised that they will
The School Grounds Committee has been busy be taking industrial action on Saturday 21st June
preparing the flower beds in readiness to between 10.00 a.m. And 5.00 p.m. Please ensure that you
hand them over to each class to take future have working smoke alarms.
responsibility for them. They have sourced 48 DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
free lavender plant plugs, potted them and will 20th June - Fun run
look after these until they have grown large 24th June – Infants Sports Day
enough to be planted into the beds. Using 25th June – Junior Sports Day
funds from ‘Berty Bank‛ they have also 30th June – 4th July – Year 6 Kingswood trip
purchased a large quantity of lavender and 9th July – District Sports Day

rosemary plants for the classes to plant

around the school. Watch this space for

future developments......

Candy Dance at Hat Fest

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Hatfield Heath?

THEN TRY FOR A

£50 BOOK TOKEN

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The grant of a £50 Book Token is
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Dinner Parties / Event Planning / Garden Parties / Canapés / Cookery Classes / Tasting Menus
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LIST OF CLUBS, GROUPS & CLASSES
WITH TELEPHONE NUMBERS

6 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 with Communion URC
18.30 Evensong HT PRE-SCHOOL CATHOLIC CHURCH
(2 -5 years) Hatfield Broad Oak
9 10.30 Holy Communion at The Close 730 354
13 09.30 Holy Communion HT 01371 872 550

10.30 Family Service with Communion URC LITTLE FRIENDS TALKING NEWSPAPERS
17 20.00 Village Hall Committee Meeting CR Mother,Baby and Toddler 01279 651 270
18 Last day of Summer Term for Primary School Group
20 08.00 Holy Communion - 1662 HT OR 01279 653 925

09.30 Matins HT Thur 9.45am term time SECRETARY U.R.C.
10.30 Family Service URC
23 10.30 Midweek Holy Communion HT Village Hall - Betty Bennett.. 01279 508 455
11.30 for 12.00 Luncheon Club URC
Michelle: 07762 083 355 HEALTH WALK
Gardening Club outing HATFIELD HEATH
27 09.30 Holy Communion HT Elle: 07976 592 364

10.30 Family Service URC URC Friday 10am outside
28 09.30 Holy Communion The Haven
FRIDAY CLUB (7-12 yrs) Broomfield Surgery 731 434
H-Village Hall / CR-Committee Room H / HT-Holy
Trinity Church / URC-United Reform Church / I- 739 218 HEALTH WALK
Institute / S-School LITTLE HALLINGBURY
JO JINGLES
Hat (6 mths - 7years) 868 410 Monday 10.30am Village Car
Fest Park

Classic SCHOOL FOOTBALL The new leader Is Mr. G.
Car
CLUB Barron. 01279 899 451
GARDEN WASTE SKIP SCHEDULE 2014
SCOUTS 812 586
Saturday Times 2:30 - 3:30pm
CUBS Chris Hancock FARMERS MARKET
GREENSat 5 July 2014 Ardley Crescent
731 646 07956 563 710
Sat 12 July 2014 Broomfields
BROWNIES 734 391
SKIPSat 19 July 2014 Ardley Crescent
SUNDAY CLUB KEEP FIT FOR OVER 50S
Sat 26 July 2014 Broomfields 9.30am Holy Trinity Village Hall
730 288 Weds 9.30am 07776 221 975
PLAY BUS FOR UNDER FIVES
KARATE 445 539 KEEP FIT
Buffy Bus is a playbus designed to give the under fives an
opportunity to paint, play and socialise in a playgroup JUNIOR KARATE
01992 575 679 Village Hall
environment that they would otherwise not have access to Monday 10.30- 11.30 am

PARKS ON CENTRE OF VILLAGE GREEN BRIDGE CLUB 723 948 07776 221 975
TUESDAYS 9.30am - 11am
GARDENING CLUB BOOTCAMP

730 425 Village Hall

OPEN COFFEE Mon and Friday 9.15am-10am

MORNING AT Men and women of all ages &

INSTITUTE 730288 shapes 07775 663 742

LUNCHEON CLUB VISITING OPTICIAN

For all Senior Citizens 01279 443 181

730 581 NEIGHBOURHOOD
ITALIAN LANGUAGE 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

HISTORY SOCIETY Home 07941185171 Mbl
Ivan Cooper 730 275

ROYAL BRITISH LEGION

730 042

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

9th July 2014 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

H.H. Cricket Club: www.freewebs.com/hatfieldheathcc

Bridge Club...www.hatfieldheathbridgeclub.org.uk

PHONE NUMBERS OF Parish Council ...........www.hatfieldheath.com
POLICE, DOCTORS, SAMARITANS
Parish council website is now live
SCHOOL & CHURCHES
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
BIRTHDAY PARTIES
DOCTORS Broomfields......................... 01279 730 616
DOCTOR Broad Oak............................ 01279 718 245 You can hire the hall for children's parties
DOCTOR Sawbridgeworth.................... 01279 603 180 £10.50 / hour Tel :01279 730 581
THE SAMARITANS............................... 01920 464 099
MAGAZINE DETAILS

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

HOLY TRINITY Wed 16th

Rev. Stewart Gibbs.......................................01279 730 288

CHURCH WARDENS

Lesley Noel ................................................ 01279 870 390 Bruno JulyBarbara
Eileen Ashworth .........................................01279 730 610

URC Rev Terry Keen............................. 01279 626 771 Email :- [email protected]
URC Secretary - Betty Bennett...................01279 508 455
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.

15

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 11th JUNE 2014
IN THE URC HALL, HATFIELD HEATH

PRESENT:

Cllr Mark Lemon (ML), (Chairman), Cllrs Bob Jones (BJ), David
Parish (DP), Sandra Saban (SS), Bart Sheekey (BS), Mel
Sullivan (MS), Gary Waller (GW)
In attendance: Clerk to the Council Ernie Fenwick, and 2
members of the public

CHAIRMANS WELCOME OPEN FORUM AND
CHAIRMAN'S REMARKS

The Chairman welcomed everyone present
There were no items raised by members of the public

1163 APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
None

1164. MINUTES OF LAST MEETING

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

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

1165. DECLARATION OF MEMBERS INTERESTS:

ML is a district councillor.
DP, GW, SS and BS declared non-pecuniary interests as
members of Hatfield Regis History Society

1166. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON AGENDA
ITEMS
None

1167. REPORTS TO / FROM COUNTY AND
DISTRICT COUNCILLOR

None

1168. CLERKS REPORT:
Matters from last meeting and Action Register

1403/05 Dog Bin near Play Area UDC have refused to EF

16 increase the number of dog

bin. Missing dog bin in The

Close has been ordered.

Dog bin will be moved

nearer but not adjacent to

play area for health and

safety reasons. Dog warden

assures ML that the bin has

been ordered. MS

understands that it has been

installed. Clerk to check

1403/06 Working group to in- BJ, BS to represent Parish EF
1404/03 vestigate flooding prob- Council. See Item 1179 EF
1404/04 lems. EF

Footpath from The ECC emailed requesting
Shaw to Hunters Meet Highway Rangers to clear
path

Request Meeting with Pleshey met with DP and sug-
Pleshey Tree Services gestions passed to Bidwells

1404/05 Request Annual ac- Several sets of accounts EF
1404/07 counts from Grant received
recipients
1404/08
1404/09 Works to the Heath Press Bidwells for Action. EF
1404/10 Clerks has spoken to Henry
Turtill who promised to
speak to Lord of the Manor
regarding labour & machine

Hedges alongside B183 Richard Lawrancxe has EF
advised that this should be
left until the autumn

Installation of bench for Awaiting delivery of second EF

Peter Lines bench. Margaret Lines to be

kept informed and a suitable

date requested

Liaise with Co-op re Bench ordered and ecpected EF 13015 January 2013 to December 2013
bench for Little Sue delivery in 5 - 10 days
DIXON & CO
Correspondence
i. Village Tea Rooms – Alcohol Licence Application. Clerk to Chartered Certified Accountants

respond that it is not a matter for the Parish Council For all your tax and accounting needs
ii. Essex Police Chief Constable re-assignment proposals.
Contact Paul Dixon Tel: 01279 739076
Circulated and accepted
iii. Flooding in Stortford Road. See Item 1180 www.dixonandco.com
iv. Annual Footpath Report. See Item 1175
v. Memorial bench request. Agreed. Clerk to forward details Wallburys, Stortford Road, Hatfield Heath
Bishop’s Stortford, CM22 7DL
of approved bench to Ms Atwell
vi. Community Forum dates. Circulated 14023 January December 2014
vii. SSE Accounts. Defer to later meeting after SSE AGM
viii. Holy Trinity Church Accounts. Release payment Paula's Petsitting Service
ix. Alexia Wilson Trust Accounts. Grant not approved. Re-
Going on holiday? Paula offers personal pet care in
consider at Budget meeting for 2015-16 their own home! Choosing Paula's Petsitting Service you
x. Hatfield Regis Society Accounts. Release payment can leave home knowing you will return to happy pets.
xi. East Herts CAB Accounts. Release payment Dog walking also available — All at competitive rates
xii. HH URC Accounts. Release payment
xiii. HH Cricket Club Accounts. Release payment For more information,call
xiv. Passenger Transport Newsletter. Circulated 01279 876 277 or 07986 270 336
xv. Village Highways and speed limits. Clerk to write back
Or email:- [email protected]
acknowledging comments which are in line with Parish
Council policy 13021 January to Dec 2013
xvi. Mini roundabout scheme. Clerk has responded to ECC
Highways regarding the scheme. MS will discuss further at MAGNUM FLOORING &
CARPENTRY SERVICES
Local Highways Panel meeting on 12th June
xvii. Insurance Policy documents. Policy documents received. Ÿ Specialists in floor sanding and sealing,95% dust free
xviii.Memorial Gardens around War Memorial. Quotation Ÿ Supply/fit solid wood and engineered.
Ÿ Herringbone/parquet laying.
received for £500. DP proposed acceptance of quote, Ÿ Registered Karndean fitters
seconded BS. Carried. SS will co-ordinate installation Ÿ Electric under floor heating.
Ÿ General carpentry jobs.
1169 CASUAL VACANCY All work is guaranteed/public liability ins.
Ref available on request from local clients.
ML has been in contact with Susannah Woods who has
expressed an interest in joining the council. DP proposed we contact mark on- 07860 875 322
co-opt SS seconded. Carried unanimously. Clerk to arrange all 01279 731 314
necessary documentation
www.magnumjoinery.co.uk
1170. CHAIRMANS REPORT [email protected]

Travellers: Arrived 10 days ago. Henry Turtill has been very 10 Little Heath, Hatfield Heath
prompt in organising an application for a court order. The
14059 Feb 15
Court has named a date of 13th to vacate the site or be forcibly

removed on Saturday 14th. Police have declined to remove the

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Manning Fair at Hat Fest travellers under the Police Act. ML has written to the MP who
recommended that the Heath be closed off with barriers. This is
NEED A WINDOW CLEANER? against the law as it is Village Green. PC Healey called ML at
7pm to say that the travellers will be gone by tomorrow night.
ML had a visit from a lady wishing to build a retirement village
on the land adjacent to the Open Space Area, with a new
doctor’s surgery. Scheme has now fallen through.

ü High reach windows 1171. FINANCIAL REPORT:
ü Conservatory deep clean
ü Fascia and gutter clean £500 received on account from Co-op for installation of bench
ü Building clean (cladding, pvc) for Little Sue (VAT recoverable)
ü Signage Annual Accounts have been received from Grant recipients and
the following payments approved.
The bank balance after authorisation of the following payments
is £26239.90

ü Shop fronts MD Landscapes Grass Cutting £360.00
WINDOW CLEANING David Deacon £50.00
Citizens Advice S137 Grant
Bureau B/S

[email protected] T: 01279 436196 Citizens Advice S137 Grant £50.00
www.ddpropertycare.co.uk M: 07403443959 Bureau Harlow Hall hire 2013-14 £362.25
Legal Power Grant £300.00
July 14 United Reform Legal Power Grant £300.00
Church Legal Power Grant £150.00
Carpet...Vinyl...Wood S137 Grant
Holy Trinity £50.00
Supplied and Installed by Knightbrooks ltd Church

01279 730 172 - 07939 739 845 - 07891 191 486 United Reform
Unit 11.Heath View Pond Lane.Hatfield Heath. CM22 7AB Church

Hatfield Heath
Cricket Club

Hatfield Regis
History Society

£8.50 per sqm..includes 11mm underlay,installation,gripper G Chapman Repair works to The £40.00
rods,door bars,uplift and dispose old flooring. Heath £35.00
Information
....................................................................................................................................................... Commissioner Data Protection Fee

Heavy Domestic Loop structure, Bleach Cleanable,

12 sqm hall stairs and land 4 colours £165 UALC Subscription Fees £25.00
£1,457.90
................................................................................................................................................................................................ J Kenney Serv- Rural Verge cutting
ices
Budget Twist Pile Bleach Cleanable,

12 sqm hall stairs and land 9 colours £165 Glasdon UK Ltd Bench £515.76

................................................................................................................................................................................................ Playsafety Ltd RoSPA inspection £99.60
£67.00
80%wool 20% nylon 50oz 6 colours EALC Training Course

average 12 sqm lounge £270 E Fenwick Website Maintenance £20.00

................................................................................................................................................ E Fenwick Expenses £26.63

Heavy Domestic Twist Saxony Shag pile 14 colours Staff Salaries

average 12 sqm lounge £250 HMRC PAYE

................................................................................................................................................................................................

Vinyl average 6 sqm kitchen or bath room 11 designs £105 1172 PLANNING MATTERS

................................................................................................................................................................................................

Laminate Floor good quality a. Decisions by UDC
12 sqm 6 colours £260 fitted i. Barn Adj Gladwyns Sheering Road HH; UTT/13/3256/FUL;

................................................................................................................................................................................................ Proposed barn conversion to form residential dwelling
including demolition of outbuildings and new vehicular and
All Prices Shown Include Underlay,Installation,Gripper

Rods,Door Bars,uplift dispose old carpets. pedestrian access. Approve with Conditions
Visit Our Showroom ii. Ivy Cottage Stortford Road HH; UTT/14/0782/HHF; Pro-

To View our Huge Range Of Samples posed part single, part two storey rear extension. Approve
with Conditions

I Will Then Come To Measure iii. Bramfield Friars Lane HH; UTT/14/0815/HHF; Proposed

With Your Chosen Samples and Measure and Quote For alterations and extensions. Approve with Conditions
Free at the same time you can see The Carpet Sample in b Applications
i. Broadview, Sheering Road, HH; UTT/14/0975/HHF; Double
Your Home.
storey front gable with new entrance and open porch, sin-

We can supply any carpet available from any manufacturer gle storey rear extensions and internal alterations. NO OB-
No Hyped Up Sales We Will Give You The Best JECTIONS
We Can For Your Budget ii. Westwoods, Chelmsford Road, HH; UTT/14/1368/HHF; Pro-
posed rear extension and front porch. NO OBJECTIONS

07939 739 845 07891 191 486 iii. Foxglove Farm, Dunmow Road HH; UTT/14/1545/FUL; Ret-
rospective application for change of use of part domestic
14032 Dec 14
18 outbuilding to Class B1(a) office. OBJECT ON grounds of

commercial operation in green belt and owner never ap-
plies for permission before construction
C APPEALS
i. Claremont, Sheering Road HH; UTT/13/2468/FUL;

Proposed two storey five bedroom dwelling with double
garage. Appeal dismissed
ii. Land adj to sheering road HH; UTT/13/2467/FUL;
proposed four bedroomed 1 and a half storey dwelling.
Appeal dismissed

1173. HIGHWAYS Chelmsford Road, Hatfield Heath, CM22 7BQ

A1060 Road Safety. [email protected]
Carriageway defects reported to ECC Highways under
reference Numbers www.huntersmeet.co.uk
VAS sign has been offered by Highways at a position near to
the Hunters Meet. Agreed provided it does not impact on the JULY
mini roundabout scheme. Clerk to confirm with ECC sign
should be double sided and solar powered. Friday 4th –EIGHTIES NIGHT
Also require the Sawbridgeworth Road sign to be double sided
and we would also like the shared sign with Little Hallingbury hosted by our fantastic drag act FANNY GALORE.
to be situated at Hatfield Heath £34.00
ECC Highways Liaison officer Rissa Long has submitted a
report to ECC Cllr Rodney Bass on the mini roundabout Saturday 5th - PARTY NIGHT
scheme as it is not county policy. MS will bring this up at the
Local Highways Panel meeting with ECC Cllr Susan Barker Baby go boom bandand with comedian Micky Pugh.
(SB)tomorrow night. £40.00

To receive update on highways issues Friday 11th - EIGHTIES NIGHT
Carriageway defects reported to ECC Highways under
reference Numbers Drag act Fanny Galore and Baby Go Boom.
2260710, & 2312662, Kerb defects, Cox Ley / Broomfields £34.00
Inspected & assessed
2302822, Potholes, Pond Lane Inspected & assessed Saturday 19th - PARTY NIGHT
Bollard and Signage issues
2258599, Missing Direction Sign Sawbridgeworth singer Douglas, and comedy act from Adger Brown.
Road/Stortford Road A1060 Inspected & assessed £40.00
2273215, Speed limit sign uprooted by fallen tree, B183
Dunmow Road Inspected & assessed Friday 25th - PARTY NIGHT
2282206 Bollard missing outside school Inspected & assessed
2309726 Direction sign fallen over B183 Dunmow Road Live band Cliché, hosted by drag act Fanny Galore.
Inspected & assessed £34.00
2296192, Drainage problems outside The Old Vicarage
Inspected & assessed Saturday 26th -PARTY NIGHT
Clerk has written to ECC Highways for an update on all of the
above items and is awaiting a response. Information on the Cliché, with live comedy from Ian Richards.
website is totally inadequate. Clerk to write to SB £40.00

1174. VILLAGE GREEN MONDAY TO THURSDAY EVENINGS

Pleshey Tree services have met with DP on The Heath to 2 courses and a glass of wine just £16
agree works required to the trees.
Clerk has spoken to Henry Turtill regarding the many (A 125ml glass of wine. Upgrade to a large glass for just £2)
outstanding items of works to the Heath and he has promised
to speak to William Gosling about getting labour with a digger Beauty Lodge Leisure Club
to carry out the works required.
Spa Days/Spa Weekends Fully equipped Gym,
Church Road, posts have been laid on both sides and should Indoor Heated Pool,
be opened up to allow parking for the festival. MS will arrange Massage/Facials Sauna, Jacuzzi
with Michael Hockley or John Kenney
Cosmetic Treatments and Steam Room
1175. FOOTPATHS
Manicure/Pedicure No Joining Fee,
The annual report from the footpath warden was
accepted and agreed to liaise with ECC PROW Inspector Reiki/Sports Clinic please bring
to have the remedial works carried out. Parish Paths
Partnership to be organised and ask Ian & Stella Hughes Waxing/Threading this advert with you
if they will lead on that and an article be placed in the
village magazine for volunteers to join the group & much, much more

1176. BROADBAND Call Lesley now on

Clerk has written a strongly worded letter to Essex CC 01279 730 549
Superfast broadband team to review the appalling lack of
commitment by BT to install fibre into the village. 14017 January to December 2014

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14086 July 2014 Toilet trailers Luxury and .....................Continued From Previous page
14086 July 2015 Party Range, single event
portable and disabled Clerk has spoken to Adrian Webb of UDC who advised that
units available for hire. substantial investment was being considered by UDC for the
provision of improved resources to broadband supplied by
Buzzcom which would be delivered earlier than BT programme.
Clerk to write to MP.

MS reports that a private fibre link has been installed in The Mill.
Is this a possible sharing facility or something that BT can extend
or expand into the village sub exchange box?

1177. PARISH PLAN AND NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN
Clerk has circulated the ideas submitted by parishioners at the
Annual Parish Meeting for amenities required for the village.

14037 Jan - Dec 2014 Clerk attended a Planning training day where it was
recommended that a Neighbourhood Development Plan was
Sol created, but this is primarily for areas that require development.
When adopted this governs decisions around future
T: 01279 757192 M: 07889 413773 development and must conform to National Policy as a
Chesnut Drive Hatfield Heath minimum. This plan can create and change policy. Grants are
www.visual-solutions.org.uk available and costs should not exceed £20,000. Full community
involvement is required.
T: 01279 757192 M: 07889 413773 ML reported that Hatfield Heath is surrounded by Green belt
Chesnut Drive Hatfield Heath and there are no plans to build in the Green belt other than by
www.securecom.org.uk exception which is generally for Affordable Housing.
UDC do adopt a parish plan.

Article in Village Magazine asking for interested people to join a
parish plan working group.

1178. NAPS POLICE MEETING

Clerk to write to A/Insp Chris Sharp regarding meetings. It was
agreed to request that the NAPS meetings be re-instated

1179. WILDLIFE AREA

Defer to next meeting

1180. FLOODING

Working group has not yet met but discussions between two
members were circulated and two courses of action are already
clear. The first is to clear the lateral ditch by the side of The Croft
which is about a metre deep in accumulated silt and is stopping
free flow to the main system. (The idea is that once that is free
flowing we can see better what is happening at the front and also
what affect it has on the upstream problem by Forbetts). The
second is to get a large scale OS map of Hatfield Heath that we
can use to properly track the system, first in the Stortford Road
and then the other roads, so that we can understand the system
in totality and where to put our efforts.

1181. REPORTS FROM MEMBERS ON MEETINGS
ATTENDED

MS attended UALC AGM yesterday where Keith Artus reported
on Airport liaison and that the Dover route will disappear and
those flights will follow the Clacton route.
ECC Cllr John Hodge gave a presentation on Highways and air
pollution exceeds requirements of EU in areas of Saffron
Walden and Stansted
Transport Consultation is very important and we should look at
it and respond.

1182. MATTERS TO BE RAISED BY MEMBERS FOR
THE NEXT AGENDA

RoSPA, Travellers, SSE Liaison meeting on 17th July.
ffordable Housing Public meeting 4.30pm Thursday 11th

September

1183. DATES OF NEXT MEETINGS

9th July 13th August 10th September

Meeting closed at 10.00 pm

14080 july 14 20

STOP STANSTED EXPANSION – decide how the switching of daytime traffic
18 June 2014 would affect them.
SSE ADVISES CAUTION ON CHANGES SSE's noise adviser Martin Peachey commented:
"For people living near Stansted Airport and un-
TO STANSTED DEPARTURE ROUTES der flight paths, there would inevitably be win-
Whilst welcoming the consultation launched on ners and losers if these changes were to be
Monday (16 June) by NATS on changing the implemented. SSE supports all efforts which
use of existing departure routes from Stansted reduce aircraft noise and carbon emissions in the
Airport, Stop Stansted Expansion (SSE) has local community, and before making its re-
urged caution, insisting that there should be clear sponse, will be consulting its members to learn
and compelling benefits for local residents be- from them what they think of the proposed
fore any changes are implemented. The pro- changes".
posed changes affect routes to the south-east and
east of Stansted which account for approximate- FURTHER INFORMATION AND COMMENT
ly half of all departures. NATS Departure Route Proposal at London
The consultation closes on 8 September and SSE Stansted Airport Consultation
is urging local communities to the south east and http://www.nats.aero/environment/consultations/
east of the airport to take a close interest in the lamp-stansted-sid-consultation/
consultation and make their views known. Martin Peachey, SSE Noise Adviser - T 01279
The proposed changes involve switching day- 870374; M 07803 603999;
time traffic from the existing south-east (Dover) [email protected]
departure route to the existing east (Clacton) de- SSE Campaign Office, T 01279 870558;
parture route from both directions of the runway. [email protected]

The consultation does not involve changes to the Hatfield Heath Circled Directly under flight paths
airspace structure and no other departure or ar-
rival routes are affected. NATS believes that the
result would reduce the overall number of peo-
ple regularly overflown in the day as well as re-
ducing CO2 emissions. In addition, NATS says
that switching to the Clacton route would allow
aircraft to achieve a more continuous climb than
possible on the Dover route leading to more effi-
cient operation.
This proposal would remove daytime departures
for a large area to the south-east of the airport
but double the number of flights towards the east
coast. This intensification of flights to the east
would need to be carefully studied for impact on
the local communities since this largely rural
region enjoys low ambient noise levels. SSE lays
emphasis on the importance of the consultation
process and for NATS to ensure that local resi-
dents have the best information upon which to

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RESULTS OF THE GRAND

RAFFLE HELD BY HOLY

TRINITY CHURCH

DURING THE FLOWER Results
FESTIVAL

All of the prizes were donated by village Girls 1.5 mile run
1st = Nellie Eastland
organisations, friends of the church, or 2nd = Elizabeth Woods
3rd = Ella Macdonald
members of the congregation. Many
Boys 1.5 mile run
thanks to all who donated the prizes, and 1st = Nathan Rose
2nd = Callum Blair Park
for those who bought tickets. 3rd = Lorcan Neville

Commiserations to all of you who bought Ladies 3 mile run
1st = Hannah Owen
yellow tickets [myself included]. 2nd = Bekah Cranch
Joint 3rd = Natasha Tofts & Toni Neville
Prizes [in no particular Name of Ticket
colour/number
order] winner

Beautiful hamper of S Chester Pink/418
food, kindly
donated by the Co-op

Large box of lavender Galloway Blue/413 Men 3 mile run
scented 1st = Jared Bethall
toiletries 2nd = Alan Broughton
3rd = Lewis Wake
Fruit in a basket S Gibbs White/453
Summary of the mornings runs.
Dairy Box Chocolates Mrs Hunt White/456
Jared Bethall of 'JB Fitness' did a 10 minutes
Red Wine D Noel White/483 warm up exercises for all runners before a
briefing from Dave at the start line.
Box of Shea Toiletries L Taylor Blue/513 50 children took part in the 1.5 mile run started at
10am and 47 adults took part in the 3 mile run (2
Red Wine John White/468 laps) set off 5 mins later. We gave medals for
every finisher which put big smiles on the kiddies
Sanctuary Toiletries D Everson White/441 faces! And after the last runner came through we
presented trophies and boxes of chocolates
Cream Teas kindly André Blue/438 (kindly donated from the Co-op) to the 1st, 2nd
donated by and 3rd girls, boys, ladies and men.
Mayfield Farm
We want to say Thank you to all our marshals,
White Wine E Ashworth White/598 friends from Harlow Running Club, for directing
and keeping everyone safe, to Kim, Stuart and
Red Wine B Spicer Pink/494 family for their very welcomed water station,
Bob for first aid, Carole and Sandi for
Painting of Skye kindly S Saban White/499 registration, Daphne for water at the finish, Rita
donated by for presenting the Lisa Slater memorial cup and
the artist Jared for the warm up. And of course all the fun
runners! We couldn't have done it without you
Voucher for the Spa E Halls Pink/488 all.
kindly donated
by Hunters’ Meet Janice & Dave Page

Voucher for a cut and Phone number White/507
blow-dry or on ticket
set kindly donated by
Heath
Hairdressing

Tea for One kindly M Gibbs White/551
donated by the
Village Tea Rooms

Tea for Two kindly do- Address given Blue/471
nated by Taste

Floral Elegance M Lines White/432
notepaper and
envelopes

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Learn to make jewellery?

Lessons for beginners to Private parties, corporate
advanced. Small class sizes
(max 6 people). Evening events, hen parties and
classes, weekend taster
days and master classes. children's precious metal clay.

For more information about
booking & payment visit.

www.fileandforge.co.uk

Unit 14, Pond Lane, Hatfield Heath CM22 7AB T. 07860 749 299

13130 Sept 2014

*Emergency Door Opening
*Insurance Upgrades to BS3621
*Upvc Locks Specialist
*Whether Broken,Repaired,Or Replaced.
*All Locks Supplied & Fitted
*All Lockwork Undertaken,
*Doors,Windows,garages,Sheds.
*Est over 10yrs, Fully Insured
*Oap Discounts

Call Keeley For a Free Quote Or Friendly Advice On..

01279 739 156 07736 929 440

5 Cox Ley, Hatfield Heath

NATASHA TAYLOR HEATH FINANCIAL
PLANNING LTD
BODY WORK THERAPY
WEALTH MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS
DEEP TISSUE/SPORTS MASSAGE
ACUPRESSURE (Trigger Point Therapy) A wealth of expertise on your doorstep

MYOFASCIAL RELEASE We provide an experienced wealth
CRANIAL, SACRAL & ILIAC RELEASE management service and offer specialist
advice in a wide range of areas including:
GLASS CUPPING THERAPY • Investment planning
RELAXATION MASSAGE • Retirement planning
• Inheritance Tax planning
60 minutes from: £35.00 For further details contact Heath
120 minutes from: £70.00 Financial Planning Ltd on:

FULL BODY: 60 MIN: £40:00/120 MIN £80:00 Mob: 07771 866913

MOBILE HOME VISITS AVAILABLE: Tel: 020 7495 1771
Email: [email protected]
07823 775356 Website: www.sjpp.co.uk/stephenkeith
01279 214748
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FULLY QUALIFIED & INSURED

ITEC, FHT Acred Dip, VTCT, REIKI Degree,
ELECTROTHERAPY UK

www.massagetherapyhertfordshire.co.uk

HATFIELD HEATH FESTIVAL

A big thank you to all the volunteers who helped to
put on the Festival.
Below are photos of some of the committee members.
Thank you also to Michael Hockley and Son for
supplying the Straw Bales and then sweeping the
Heath after the event.

Annabel Sawyer

Wayne Ivor Sue & Rob
Fogg Lewis Jones

Bruno Derek Dave Paul Mel
Scheggia Millen Page Dixon Sullivan

Janice
Page

Barbara
Scheggia

Philip Sandi Ivan
Green Rust Cooper

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C WIRELESS ALARM SYSTEMS
CCTV CAMERAS

ACCESS CONTROL

INTERCOMS

FOR ALL YOUR ELECTRONIC SECURITY NEEDS
CALL

Local engineer with 25yrs experience Call Sid Perry on 01279 899 029 or 0777 622 1975

14033 Dec 14 14041 Jan - Dec 2014

MEMORIALS

J. Day & Son

Station Road, Bishop’s Stortford

“Wendycot”,Chelmsford Road, Bishop’s Stortford 01279 654 555
Hatfield Heath, Edmonton 0208 807 3712

Bishop’S Stortford, Herts www.jdayandson.co.uk

Opening Hours 25 1307 Dec 13 P
Mon - Fri 8am - 5.30pm

Sat 9am - 1pm

Tel: 01279 730 274

[email protected]
www.jewhitemotors.co.uk

1408 December 2014

PLUMBER
Bathroom & Kitchen Design and Installation
All plumbing repairs & Installations
Unvented Systems/Drainage
Joe Williams
07957 356506 – 01279 731727
[email protected]

13117 Aug 2014 P

01279 882 822 FOUND

For over 30 years we have been Size 9 to 10 year old
carrying out local, national and gilet found at Hat Fest
overseas relocations for personal
and business clients. We 01279 730 498
understand that everyone's move is
different and that is why we tailor Busy Hatfield Heath family with three
our service to each individual Ventriloquist Dummy
customers needs.
Kings Removals was set up as and still children looking for after-school weekdays
runs as a family business today. Great emphasis is put on help three days a week.
customer satisfaction and this is why a high percentage of our work Duties include light housework and
comes from recommendations and repeat business. supervising children. For more info call
07557 749 608
www.kingsremovals.co.uk
FOR SALE
13047 Dec 2013 P
Beko washing machine £75.00 ono
Alvari accordion £60.00 ono
Girls pink bicycle £10.00

Three children's scooters £5.00 each
Pair skates size 7 (adult) £5.00

girls small pink skates, adjustable £5.00
Susan 01279 730 487

Broad Oak Consultants

IT Solutions for everyone

Established 1993 Home & Business

Broadband • Sales • Networks • Repairs
Internet • Upgrades • Web Design • Programming
• Databases • PC Systems • Training
Connection • Internet • E-mail • Virus Protection
Supplier
01279 718 596

Web: www.broadoak.net

Email: [email protected]

26 13014 January to December 2013

Taylors field GLYNN’S CHIMNEY SWEEP

I am writing to express concern about the actions of Clean & Efficient
the owners of Taylors field (behind the houses in Vacuum & Brush
Dunmow Road) this weekend.
The whole field has been decimated. This field is 01279 424 983
home to lots of wildlife, rabbits, badgers, partridges,
pheasants and in particular muntjac deer. The deer NACS Registered
had made their home in the hedgerow which has HETAS Qualified Sweep
been completely destroyed. I know that rabbits are
probably not everyone’s favourite animal but it was www.glynnschimneysweeps.com
very unpleasant to walk across the field and see a
number had met a very grisly end. 13070 Feb 2014
As well as the insensitivity of carrying out this work
at the weekend...( 12 hours on Saturday and 6 hours
on Sunday - starting at 6am!) we have again had to
contend with heavy machinery using the FOOT-
PATH from Dunmow Road for access. It appears
the precedent has been set by Tim Maskill using the
footpath for access to his field.
Is there something that can be done about this? This
is very distressing and makes me wonder what we
are doing to our village.
Name and Address Supplied

FOR SALE

Folding mobility scooter

Never used
Ideal for days out will fit into most car
boots

£250
Please phone

01279 730 622

(Located between Hatfield Broad Oak and white roding)

PICK-YOUR-OWN & FRESHLY READY-PICKED FRUIT & VEG

SFeaarsmonSahl op TEA BARN & FARM SHOP OPEN 15TH MAY 2014 TILL OCTOBER 10% Discount
PYO OPEN FROM EARLY JUNE TILL OCTOBER on quantities

Strawberries, Gooseberries, Raspberries, Onions, Blackberries, Blackcurrants, over 5 Kg.
Sweetcorn, Cherries, & Blueberries when in Season

& Other Local Produce including Honey & Jam from the Farm

The Highest Quality Produce at Competitive Prices in Beautiful Country Surroundings

CHILDRENS PLAY AREA & TEA BARN

Fresh Coffee, Cakes, & Great Homemade Food Available

Closed on Mondays except for Bank Holidays
Please keep up to date on opening times, availability and prices by calling 01279-718777,
or visit our website at www.chff.co.uk Methods of Payment Accepted: Cash, Cheque, Credit/Debit Cards*

*£10 min spend applies / Postcode for Sat Nav: CM22 7JT

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