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June 2005

Hatfield Heath Village Magazine June 2005

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June 2005 THE MAGAZINE THAT KEEPS YOU IN TOUCH Est. 1893

It is good to live in a village like Hatfield Heath. St. Jame’s Tide Village Celebration

It is a place with plenty of space and surrounded by fields. It is COMMITTEE NEEDS YOU
a relatively safe area in which to bring up children and has a to book early
great Primary School. There is a lot going on with all the village
activities and we are blessed with pubs, restaurants and take- so they know how many to
aways and good transport facilities (for a village). We have cater for R.S.V.P
churches whose members seek to practically live out the love of
God and many who want to be good friends to those who live BOOKING LEAFLET ENCLOSED
near them. It is good to be here. Helpers needed for preparation
What can make or break a village like Hatfield Heath is the and clearing up afterwards
presence, or lack of it, of good neighbours and the sense of
The more volunteers the less each will have to do
really being a community. In the 21st century community is
increasingly hard to sustain as we all lead such pressured and St James Village Celebration
frenetic lives. So it is with that in mind that a committee has The History Society hopes to mount two
exhibitions on Sunday 24th July. One will display
been organising the Village Celebration day for Sunday 24th the local Transco pipeline Iron Age/Roman finds
July on the school field. You will have seen all the publicity and of 2002, the other to celebrate the ending of the
there is another booking leaflet enclosed in this magazine. The Second World War.If anyone has any Artefacts
aim is to give the chance for as many of us as possible to be or Documents, which particularly relate Hatfield
together for a few hours. To enjoy ourselves and to meet one Heath/ Hatfield Broad Oak to the War and are
another in a happy environment is what we hope for. willing to loan them to the History Society, they
To do this we need you to come and we need you, if you can, to will take good care of them.
offer to be involved in a little of the practical preparation and Contact Liz Wright on 730530 or Ivan Wybrew
clearing up afterwards. If we have lots of help the task is easily
achieved. Several have already given hours of time in
organising the event so now it is up to each of us to offer a little
of our time and energy.
Just how much do we value the privilege of living here? The
response will tell!

Yours sincerely
Tim Potter

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LIST OF CLUBS, GROUPS & CLASSES
WITH TELEPHONE NUMBERS

VILLAGE HALL FIT & FIFTY 724 373

JUNE 730 544 LUNCHEON CLUB

May 30 – June 3 half term holiday for Pre-school INSTITUTE 730 544 For all Senior Citizens
and School PRE-SCHOOL 730 354 730 581
CONVERSATIONAL
1 10.30 Holy Communion - 1662 The Close (2 ½ -5)
18:30 Leisure Hour Outing to Little Myles RISING FIVES 414 238FRENCH 730 741
ITALIAN LANGUAGE
5 TRINITY 2 (4 –5 years)
08.00 Holy Communion HT HH UNDER FIVES &
09.30 Family Service HT SPANISH LANGUAGE
10.30 Family Service URC 739 302
18.30 Evensong HT CLUBS 07786 341754
(Mother & Toddler)
6 11.30 Luncheon Club URC FRIDAY CLUB (7-12 SPANISH LANGUAGE
20:00 PCC CR 01279 731 288
years)
8 14.15 Pram Service HT AEROBICS 723 125
12 TRINITY 3 730 440 & 730 465
FOOTBALL CLUB
09.30 Holy Communion HT JO JINGLES
10.30 High Easter Anniversary – (6 mths - 7years) 868 734 056
410 CRICKET CLUB 730
no service at URC Hatfield Heath SCHOOL FOOTBALL 674
14 14:30 Heath Ladies H www.freewebs.com/hatfiel
15 10.30 MU Holy Communion HT CLUB
18 Holy Trinity Flower Festival dheathcc
19 TRINITY 4 01279 730 975
HEATH PLAYERS
08.00 Holy Communion SCOUTS 812 586
09.30 Matins HT CUBS Chris Hancock and play reading for
10.30 Family Service URC pleasure 730 825 or
17:30 Songs of Praise with Salvation Army 731 646
Band BROWNIES 734 391 730 517
18.00 Service at The Close to be confirmed HISTORY SOCIETY
22 11.30 Luncheon Club URC SUNDAY CLUB
19:45 Gardening Club H 9.30am Holy Trinity 730 530
26 TRINITY 5 ROYAL BRITISH
09.30 Holy Communion HT 730 288
10.30 Family Service URC H.T. YOUTH GROUP LEGION 657 470
JULY 3 TRINITY 6 Womens section 718 102
08.00 Holy Communion HT Gardening Club 731 318
09.30 Family Service HT URC JUNIOR CHURCH
10.30Family Service with Communion URC KARATE 445 539
JUNIOR KARATE Sunday 10.30am 730 690
H-Village Hall / CR-Committee Room H / HT-Holy Trinity BELL RINGERS 730
Church / URC-United Reform Church / I-Institute / S-School 01992 575 679
SOSEN GORE JU 526
LUNCHEON CLUB CHOIR Canon Tim Potter
JITSU
COOKS URGENTLY REQUIRED 730 288
07947 599 801
even for just 2-3 times a year WU CHI - 07947 599 VICAR HOLY
801 TRINITY 01279 730 288
1st Monday or 3rd Wednesday. SENIOR BOWLS 724 WOMANS LEISURE
HOUR 730
ALSO ANYONE WHO CAN HELP WITH 833
465
SERVING ETC. OPEN BOWLS
730 539 HEATH LADIES 730
would also be most welcome. 421
BRIDGE CLUB
723 948 CONSERVATIVE
ASSOC.
GARDENING CLUB Chairman P Fuller-Lewis
730 425 730 587
WELCOME CLUB CATHOLIC CHURCH
730 421 Hatfield Broad Oak
OPEN COFFEE
01371 872 550
MORNING AT
INSTITUTE 730 288 TALKING

BRIDGE CLUB 723 948NEWSPAPERS

ART CLASSES 730 281 01279 651 270 OR

AEROBICS 01279 653 925

07956 827 798

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HELP LINES

POLICE 01279 730 388 FLOWER FESTIVAL

POLICE LOCAL NUMBER WITH ANSWER Music in the Church

MACHINE CHECKED DAILY 01279 730 280 Cream Teas.

Calls are automatically redirected when necessary SATURDAY
18th JUNE, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
DOCTORS Broomfields 01279 730 616
Crafts, White Elephant.
DOCTOR Sawbridgeworth 01279 723 172
SUNDAY
THE SAMARITANS 01279 421 110 19th JUNE, 12 noon - 5 p.m.

HATFIELD HEATH C.P. SCHOOL 01279 730 382 Gardens Open 1 - 5 p.m.

H/HEATH HALF HOUR HELPERS 07944 748 478 HIRE UR CHURCH HALL FOR
BIRTHDAY PARTIES
VICAR of HOLY TRINITY Tim Potter 01279 730 288
You can hire the hall for children's parties
MAGAZINE DETAILS £8.50 / hour

DEADLINE 16TH OF THE MONTH Tel :01279 730 581

Email :- [email protected]

Send your letters /articles/ reports /Photographs, by hand,

floppy disc, CD, or email. If delivering by hand you can

either drop it off at PBM printers in the magazine tray or

direct to me :- Bruno(Editor) “Manor Lodge”,

Chelmsford Rd, Hatfield Heath CM22 7BD.

Editor: - Bruno Scheggia 01279 730 498

Bruno’s Mobile Phone number 07932 640 275

Treasurer: - Mel Sullivan 01279 731 434

Distribution:-Barbara Scheggia 01279 730 498

Produced by- PBM 01279 730 444

DISCLAIMER: The Editor and Printers do not take
responsibility for the information given or views expressed in
the Hatfield Heath Village Magazine. Nor is any culpability
accepted in work done by advertisers.

PARISH COUNCIL DATES OF NEXT PARISH COUNCIL
29TH JUNE & 10TH AUGUST
CHAIRMAN Peter Fuller-Lewis - 01279 730 587
DISTRICT COUNCILLOR
PARISH CLERK Ernie Fenwick - 01279 739 016 Mark Lemon 730 581

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aralia

Garden design On April 10th at our Welcome Club
24 members attended and a new
Local company Specialising in member also. Toni Jenkins our
domestic gardens with innovative & chairman opened with a welcome to
flexible approach. Comprehensive all Jean our secretary read the
service offered including: minutes and gave Barbara a plant
thanking her for all the help she
• Surveying & drafting of site plan gives the club. We would like to to
• Design concepts & visualisation give our thanks once again for the
• Sourcing of all landscape materials very generous donation of fifty pounds given to us by The
• Hard landscaping implementation Hatfield Heath Bridge Club, we very much appreciate this
• Full planting plans & implementation and will use it towards our lunch on May 31st which is to
celebrate the clubs 50 years.
Treat yourself Tony then introduced our speaker a Mr John Weston who
To a new garden gave a talk with the aid of slides. On the subject of village
signs including our own village, it was very interesting.
Tel: 01279 730 040 Tony thanked Mr Weston. Jean gave a birthday posy to
Mobile: 07970 906 233 Jenny. Lily and Phyliss were the tea hostesses. A pleasant
afternoon.
Studio, aralia garden design, Keep Smiling
Clipped hedge cottage Ivy Scott (member)
Dunmow road, hatfield heath,
Herts CM22 7EE

SCHOOL SUMMER FETE
SATURDAY 25TH JUNE
Hatfield Heath CP School are holding their annual
summer fete on Saturday June 25th from 12.00
midday until 3.00pm. The fete will once again prove
to be a truly great day out for both children and
adults alike. Last years ‘May Pole Dancing’ was a
great hit, and this year the children are looking
forward to going one better, and putting on an even
more polished performance! We are also hoping to
have many more displays including Country
Dancing, Karate and Music in the central arena.
There will of course be all the regular events such as
the Bouncy Castle, Grand Prize Draw, Lucky Dip,
Tombola, Champagne Raffle and a wide variety of
stalls. Refreshments will of course be on offer as
usual with a tempting array of tea and cakes, together
with the dads sure fire favourite - the beer tent!
The P.F.A. (Parents & Friends Association) have
really gone all out this year to make the event both a
great fund raiser, but even more importantly a great
day out for all the local families, with a lot of focus
being given to incorporating exciting events for the
children. Last years event was great fun, don’t miss
it. We look forward to seeing you all there on the
day.
Pat Fox , P.F.A.
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If your Drive or Patio is looking tired
And overgrown, we offer.

TUESDAY JUNE 14TH. Professional Cleaning & Maintenance
VISIT TO BARRINGTON HALL High Pressure Cleaning for Block Paving, Patios
Tennis Courts, Decking, Building Sites,
We have now arranged a visit for Tuesday June 14th. This Forecourts, Drains, Commercial Vehicles
is to Barrington Hall where we shall have an opportunity
to see parts of the house and garden and to find out FULL MOBILE SERVICE
something of the history of the house and the families who PHONE FOR A FREE QUOTATION
lived there. There will also be a chance to hear a little
about the use of the house today with its links with the Cambridge Road, Stansted, Essex. CM24 8DB.
perfume trade. As we need to know numbers please ring
Liz Wright 730530 or Ivan Wybrew 730465 if you would Do you ever wish
like to come. We can then give you details of times and you didn’t have
where to meet. £1 for members £2 for visitors. to do your own
cleaning/ironing
WINDOWS ON THE PAST: anymore?
STEALING A SHOVEL AT HATFIELD.
9th January 1869 at the Essex Quarter Sessions: John Well now you don’t. Let me do it for you.
Griggs, 49, labourer, was indicted for stealing a shovel Available 9-3 weekdays.
at Hatfield Broad Oak, the property of John Challice. Call - 01279 739 285 (home)
Mr. Croome prosecuted and the prisoner was
undefended. Prosecutor saw the shovel safe on the - 07977 494 408 (mobile)
25th November, it was then in the rake house of his Reliable Service. References available
cottage. He missed it on the 17th December. He went
to prisoners hut and saw the shovel. He accused him of OVER 50 DISPLAYS 100S OF COMBINATIONS
the theft but he said he had merely borrowed it. He
now identified the tool as his property. Prisoner said in . NATURAL STONE FIREPLACES
the presence of the policeman that he had found the . WOOD & STONE MANTELS
shovel. Police Constable Gall deposed to . ELECTRIC, GAS & SOLID FUEL FIRES
apprehending the prisoner and the Chairman having . MARBLE, GRANITE, SLATE & TILES
briefly summed up the evidence the jury found the . FENDERS, FIREGUARDS, FRETS,
prisoner guilty and he was sent to gaol with two . COAL BUCKETS
months with hard labour. . OIL PAINTINGS, MIRRORS,
. STATUES & LAMPS
The Diary of Stephen Green . COMPANION SETS, DOG GRATES
. BERRY, DIMPLEX, VALOR,
Farmer and Local Magistrate . MAGIGLO

19th Century Broomshawbury . Plus a range of catalytic
(Hatfield Broad Oak) flueless fires and powerflues
“for that no chimney situation”
29th June 1862

Mr Reve from High Roothing has suffered the loss
of 11 Horses, 16 Bullocks and 120 Sheep since last
June, all young ones and the Doctors (?) from
London can find no cause.

http://www.justgiving.com/jamesjennigs

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For all your domestic needs Hatfield Heath Football Club

Established for 6 years - References available. The last few weeks of the season
Please telephone Maxine on saw a number of landmarks at
the club. At the end of March
Andy Lines marked the 25th
anniversary of his first game for
the Heath. He made his debut
as a 15-year-old for the
reserves on March 26th 1980
with Sugar Perry as manager

and John Deamer and Dave
Brown in the side (needless to say the match was lost
5-0!) Despite various moves away from the village
Andy played at least one game every Year and has
played in excess of 500 matches scoring over 250
goals. The matches at the end of the season also saw
a couple of appearances from Danny Sweeney at the
age of 50. He, John Deamer and Howard Pyle are the
only players we can remember turning out for the side
following their 50th birthday.
There were also two "sparkling cameo" appearances"
- so he assures me - from Ian "Wobbly" Kettridge
which totalled 17 minutes. Trust me an oil tanker has
a quicker turning circle. Overall the season was a
pretty successful one. With one game to go the First
Team were set to finish Third in the Premier Division.
The Reserves despite struggling for players some
weeks managed to avoid relegation and remain in
Division One. The Sunday side also finished third in
Division One and were unlucky not to get to a cup final
narrowly losing both a semi-final and quarter final. The
club's annual dinner and dance awards ceremony is
being held at the end of May. The club managers next
year will be Stewart Jackson (Firsts), Stuart Bull
(Reserves) and Spencer Bull (Sundays). As the
season draws to a close the players would like to
thank the hard work of the club secretary Dave Pyle.
Without Dave the club would not survive. We would
also like to thank Teresa Mascall who washes the
shirts each week and our groundsman Mark Graves.
To keep up to date with our news check out our
website HatfieldHeathFC.co.uk.

Alzheimer’s Society At Little Hallingbury Village Hall

Dementia care and research Thursday evenings 8 to 10-15 pm

Uttlesford Branch Ballroom and
Easy Sequence dances.
Our Outreach Workers are happy to offer help, advice (Please have a partner)
and support to people with dementia and their carers
For further details
Home visits possible.
Please ring
Please contact us on - 01372 872 519 01279 722 928

or
e-mail:- [email protected]

Registered Charity No 296645. Company Reg No 2115499

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HEATH LADIES. HOWE GREEN HOUSE SCHOOL
AND ACORNS NURSERY
We have already had a very interesting programme for our
meetings this year, which has included a good choice of An Independent Day School and
speakers. Since our New Year lunch in January we have Nursery for boys and girls
covered flowers made from ribbon, a visit to Peru, enjoyed from 2 – 11 years
the interesting hobby of birdwatching and for our May
meeting, the ‘History of Postcards’. This started with a Headmaster: Mr. Graham R. Gorton
look at various types and colours of post boxes working up B.A. (Hons) P.G.C.E.
to red ones, more easily visible, as the early ones in dark
colours were difficult to find; also the separation of Air Do you wish for - A school that offers children the
Mail from ordinary mail which speeded up the sorting as opportunity to enjoy that sense of childhood so often
this was put into a ‘blue box’ marked Air Mail. One of the missing in today’s target driven world of education?
original ones still stands outside Windsor Castle.Mr
Wittering, our speaker, was excellent and kept us all We offer- 
amused with some of the humorous ‘seaside’ type academic achievement balanced with emotional
postcards.He ended the talk by showing us slides of development - small class sizes
postcards which have the place names ‘Wittering’; maybe
his family came from there originally.Next month we have friendly, family atmosphere - broad based curriculum
a talk about India by Jeff Webster. This will be held on Creative emphasis:- music, drama, ballet, art
Tuesday 14th June at 2.30pm at the village hall; visitors are skills for life love of learning
very welcome.
Diana White Set in 7 acres of beautiful countryside only five minutes
drive from Bishop’s Stortford, ten minutes from Great
Dunmow and twenty minutes from Saffron Walden.

MARMALADE For further information please telephone the
There was a girl who had a lover Headmaster’s Secretary, Mrs. Lesley Hubbard on 01279
But alas, they could not wed
So, she spent a lonely evening 657706.
Making marmalade instead.
E-mail: [email protected]

Dreamily, she cut the peel up S BIMPLE EAUTY
Warmly for her lover prayed.
As she filled her nicest pots up SUN BEDS
With her orange marmalade.

Joyfully she gave them to him WAXING
(He’s the man she loves the most) FACIAL NAILS
Now each day she’s thinking of him INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE
Eating marmalade on toast.

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HELYAR ‘REEDING’ A LOT INTO IT
PROPERTY SERVICES
Torrential Sawbridgeworth rain and a harsh wind
The Complete Home Repair and Maintenance Service marred the first victory for the new Hatfield Heath
From the garden to the roof, no job too big or small!! school football team on Monday 16 May.

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The ‘Handy Man to know’ Reedings School, whose caretaker manager is Colin
Williams, formerly the Takeley boss, played host to the
Phone: 01279 718 329 or new squad of nine, who are geared up to represent the
07881 601 365 local school in next year’s West Essex Primary School
League.

Drop in for Tea, Coffee and light refreshments Wearing green hoops, similar to those of Scottish
football giants Celtic, the team, comprising some new
THE INSTITUTE faces, as well as a few representatives from the just-
finished season, started in fine form, with Luke
Next to Holy Trinity Church Milbourne making a fantastic solo effort, beating three
defenders before shooting into an empty net on the
Monday to Friday mornings three-minute mark.
10.00 am – 12 noon

A chance to meet others and chat All welcome 1-0 it stayed until Reedings equalized a few minutes
after the restart. Many would have accepted a draw,
The Inheritance Tax Trap considering this was the first time the team had played
as one. However, in the last few minutes, Jed Scanlon
Don’t get caught out netted goal number two for Hatfield Heath, this time
Many people pay large amounts of Inheritance Tax with a glancing header which left the opposing
unnecessarily. If only they had received expert goalkeeper no chance. A good time was had by all
advice, their tax bills could have been reduced or despite the weather, and debutant Brennan Backs
completely avoided. played particularly valiantly.
The death tax rate on a person’s estate above the
Nil Rate Band is at present 40%. There are many The full team line-up was as follows: GOALKEEPER
exemptions and relief's available, some of which Matthew Cleaves, RIGHT DEFENCE George
may apply to you. Wadhams, CENTRAL DEFENCE Reece Colella,
With careful planning it is possible to reduce your LEFT DEFENCE Eren Akademir, RIGHT MIDFIELD
tax liability significantly and ensure that your Luke Milbourne (Capt.), CENTRAL MIDFIELD Jed
beneficiaries inherit the result of your lifetimes Scanlon, LEFT MIDFIELD Luke Marioni,
work and not the Inland Revenue. FORWARD Alex Cleaves, SUBSTITUTE Brennan
Backs.
Take independent financial advice and secure your future.
In slightly more pleasant conditions, the school fielded
Barrie R Ekins Cert (PFS) a ‘B’ Team the previous week against the same
opposition, this time on home turf. The result, however,
Independent Financial Adviser was not so appealing, with a win for Reedings by five
goals to two.
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Having dropped only four points in the entire season,
which ran from September last year to April of this
twelvemonth, classy Bentfield finished seven points
clear of second place Howe Green, in a season which
saw Howe Green’s best final ranking to date.

Local side Hatfield Heath CP School finished in fifth
place, notching up just sixteen points from the whole
season. The final standings are as follows:

TEAM PLD PTS

Bentfield 12 32 Tel / Fax : 01279 739 357
Howe Green 12 25
Rodings 12 22
Takeley 12 17
Hatfield Heath 12 16
Little Hallingbury 12 8
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M.I. HOLLIS - IRON DESIGN

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GATES  FENCING  RAILINGS  SECURITY GRILLS PRESENT: Cllr Peter Fuller Lewis (Chairman), Cllrs
C AT  BIRD AVIARY  PLANTERS HANGING BASKETS Michael Hockley, Mel Sullivan and Mark Lemon
IN ATTENDANCE:
07831 317 535 or 01279 734 507 Ernie Fenwick Clerk to the Council and 8 members of the
public
e-mail : [email protected] APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE:
Cllr Bart Sheekey and Bob Jones,

www.wroughtironfab.co.uk IT GRANT Letter received from leader of Essex County
Council regarding an IT Grant of £1000 awarded in the
8 PRIMLEY LANE SHEERING BISHOPS STORTFORD HERTS CM22 7NJ annual budget. Clerk to write expressing thanks of the
Council.
DOMESTIC SOLDIERS INSURANCE FOR ACCESS TO THE CAR PARK
Invoice received from Mr Forgione regarding this. Mr
General DIY, Curtain Rails and Shelves Erected, Flat Packs Forgione had expressed the opinion that perhaps the
assembled. Patio, Drive and Brickwork Pressure Washed, Fencing council would wish to take over the responsibility for the
insurance. It was felt that this would not be wise as we
and Sheds Preserved and Repaired, Grass and Hedge Cutting, only have right of way over the crossing and the Clerk is to
including Shrubs and Tree Pruning, look out the agreement for the crossing and to advise the
council regarding the status.
HALF DAY £40 FULL DAY £75
MANY OTHER SERVICES UNDERTAKEN COUNTY COUNCILLOR SUSAN FLACK arrived at

House Painting, Exterior & Interior, Windows Pipe Work and the meeting
Weather Boards Stained and Painted. Fencing Erected, Gardens
Cllr Flack said that in the next county council elections on
and Driveways Shingled and Pebbled. Guttering Unblocked,
Roofs Moss and Mildew Power-washed Off. 5th May her division had increased by 1100 houses and

Please do not hesitate to ask. Contact lan and Jan at now stands at around 8500 houses.
San Michelle, Jacks Lane, Takeley
She and her colleagues were looking towards a
01279 870 946
rationalisation of document distribution, so that only
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documents that were relevant would be sent to parish
Hats & Accessories...
For Sale & Hire councils, and that documents issued by the county council

Elegant, Fun, Fashionable headwear for should be properly titled and noted with contact details of

Weddings, Christenings, Days at the Races, the issuing officer clearly given
Evening Cocktails & Parties
FINANCIAL MATTERS:
Over 100 styles to choose from
Hire prices between £15 and £40 The following payments were approved

The Hat Pin will assist you in selecting an appropriate DETAIL AMOUNT
Hat or Headpiece for any occasion.
L Forgione (insurance) 200
Call now to make an appointment,
Lubbock Fine (audit fees) 176.25

Litter Pickers (March) 125

Litter Pickers (April) 125

Ernie Fenwick 310.40

Ernie Fenwick 25.28

Hatfield Heath Celebration 2005 1000.74

VILLAGE GREEN AND THE HEATH
The Clerk had spoken to Mr Tyler, Old Time, 1 Lea Hall
Bungalows regarding his letter and had ascertained that an
oak tree was overhanging a greenhouse and branches had
fallen from the tree onto the roof. There were several trees
which were now of a substantial height which affects the
afternoon sun into the garden. Cllrs Fuller Lewis, Sullivan
and Hockley will visit site with the Clerk on Saturday.

Nicola Heidi KERBSTONES, BROOMFIELDS. Letter received from
Mr R G Barnett regarding kerbstones in Broomfields which
Bishop's Stortford Cambridge were constantly being damaged by heavy vehicles,
particularly refuse collection vehicles having to make tight
01279 310728 01223 830612 turns and going over the kerbs.Cllr Lemon said that the
reason was that in that locality the services were very
E mail: [email protected]
www. thehatpin. co.uk

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shallow and therefore there was inadequate foundations Professional Gardener available
Cllr Lemon is to take this matter up with Highways (RHS training)
Department to see if a solution can by found.
• Regular gardening work undertaken
This Article was in last months Edition. • Planting • Weeding
The photo above is of a kerbside being repaired on the Village • Lawn cutting and maintenance
Green. The kerb “B” is in place and is buried with just a third of it • Hedge trimming • Seasonal pruning
showing. The kerb “A” is the one being repaired and at the • No job too small, will be happy to look
moment is sitting on top of the road. In fact directly below it in this
position are the services. after your borders and shrubs
On the Broomfield Estate the kerb is constantly being repaired Telephone : Sue - 01279 718246
because the kerbs there are cemented in, but just sitting on the
road as “A” is above, making it very easy for them to be toppled. HIGH HOUSE
Unless the services are directly beneath the kerbs, they could be Montessori Day Nursery
buried as well. If they are directly beneath, then the road could be
widened a few feet to accommodate burying of the kerb and give (opposite Stansted Airport Terminal )
more room for the Dustcarts to manoeuvre which are the main
cause of the damage. Bruno (Editor) Accepts Children from 3 months to 5 vears

CAR PARK LIGHTING. letter received from Mrs Vikki We are a long established nursery
Ivory regarding lack of lighting in the car park, making it Set in the midst of farm land.
potentially dangerous and unsafe particularly for women.
this was an issue that had been commented on in the past. We are registered with Ofsted &
clerk to write thanking Mrs Ivory for her comments and Have a good Report.
matter to be placed on the agenda for the next meeting.
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Jouet is a character French farmhouse offering WAITING RESTRICTIONS proposal in Broomfields/
superb self catering or Bed & Breakfast holidays browns cottages. , Mrs Lara West had put a well prepared,
from 2-8 people. researched and presented proposal, which had taken a lot
of hard work and was congratulated on her attitude and
* Local villages/markets/restaurants effort.
* Many historical places of interest. Cllr Hockley had met Mrs west and said that the only
* Evening meals and picnics by arrangement. weakness in her proposal was that she herself had a garage
* English TV/Undercover parking. which was not being used to garage or park her car. Cllr
lemon expressed the view that he did not want to see the
Telephone: 0033243 03 63 32 parish council be seen to prevent car parking outside
e.mail: [email protected] browns cottages when a worse situation outside the
hunters meet restaurant is not condemned. cllr sullivan
read out an extract from an essex cc document which
seemed to suggest that mrs west’s proposal was acceptable
and suggested that the yellow line proposal should be
scrapped. cllr lemon feels that an extraordinary meeting
should be called when as many councillors as possible can
attend. clerk to arrange
30MPH SPEED LIMIT. Although Cllr Flack had seen an
email regarding the proposed meeting with Cllr Rodney
Bass (CC Cabinet member for Highways) the Clerk had
not had notification. In view of the forthcoming election
and the possibility that Cllr Bass may not be responsible
for Highways it was agreed to wait until after the elections
and request a meeting with the Cabinet member for
Highways at the earliest opportunity.

PARKING ON THE HEATH.: There had been a
suggestion that part of the Heath could be used for
parking. Cllr Fuller Lewis said that firstly we would need
permission of the Lord of the Manor, which was unlikely
to be granted, and we may have to purchase the land which
would be prohibitive, secondly there would need to be

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approval of the secretary of state and would also require an the chicken would be renewed with the repair items to the
act of parliament as it is common land. swings.
Overgrown Paths Complaints had been passed to highways OTHER REPORTS FROM COUNCILLORS
by Cllr Fuller Lewis. clerk to contact highways (Mr RESIGNATION OF COUNCILLOR. It is understood
Stonham)BREAK-INS. Police reported that there had been that Councillor Lidgey is to resign due to pressure of work
an attempted break-in at a shed in the Holy Trinity Church and being unable to continue to commit sufficient time to
and a break-in at the URC shed. 2 cars had been stolen from fulfil his duties. His letter of resignation has not yet been
Ardley Crescent. received by the Clerk. The Clerk reported that the vacancy
PLANNING MATTERSThe Mayflower, The Heath would be published by Uttlesford District Council with a
UTT/0420/05/FUL: Erection of single storey rear extension notice to be placed on our notice board and that if 10
and ramp to frontDecision: The council has no objection to residents of the village request it, an election must be held
the planning proposal. even if there is only one candidate. If 10 residents do not
respond then the Council may co-opt a member to fill the
OTHER PLANNING MATTERS: vacancy. There will be a charge from UDC if an election
Co-operative store: Planning permission for shutters. The is held.
Clerk reported that the District Council planning department
had refused permission for shutters as it was bringing an STANSTED AIPORT Clerk to ask Cllr Bob Jones if he
urban solution into a village environment and it was deemed will take over Responsibility for Stansted Airport.
unsightly. The parish Council had said they were concerned
about the colour of the shutters but were in favour as there OVERGROWN AREA: Cllr Lemon reported that the
had been a number of break-ins. The Clerk had spoken with area of the Village Green between Lyndhurst and Bentleys
the assistant manager at the Co-op store and understood that in Matching Road was overgrown and needs clearing
internal shutters were being considered.
PLAY AREA

Chicken head has been completely broken off now and the See-
Saw has layers flaking off, both are made with plywood. Regular
maintenance would probably have prevented rot. Final
destruction of chicken was helped on by vandals. Ed

The Clerk reported that we had been successful in receiving
a grant of £1000 from Essex Rural Renaissance Fund
Community Hub Grants for the replacement and repair of
the playground equipment. It was agreed that the original
quotation had escalated beyond the original budget and only

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Hatfield Heath Business Association held a Meeting on the 10th

May 2005 Next meeting 31 May 10am Tel: 730 549

Above is draft of Map showing location of businesses in the village.

Which is hoped to be located on Barn wall belonging to White

Horse.

Present at meeting:

Brendan Craig Hunters Meet

(Chairman of HHBusinessAssociation)

Paul Thompson Pine shop

Michael Hockley Friars Farm

Nigel Kendall The Thatchers

Sue Parsons, Ann Bryant Courtyard Flowers

John White J. E. White Motors

Kevin Sullivan Kevin Sullivan Design

Bruno Scheggia Village Magazine

Attendees of past meetings not at this meeting

Ben Millard The White Horse

(Secretary of HH Business Association)

Chris Johnson FireSafe Extinguishers

Michael Lankshear Field Stream & Covert

Lesley Linford Surgery

Tim Potter Holy Trinity Church

Carol Griffiths Soft Furnishings Designs

Roy Mortonson Roy’s Appliance Maintenance

Christine Crewe Parry & Co (Chartered Accountants)

Bridgett Owen Pre- School

Hasan Cemal Fish Inn

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Happy 18th Birthday Out of Hours Service
26th June
Please note that on the 6th May The Emergency Doctors
Love Mum, Dad Service (TEDS) moved from the Herts and Essex Hospital
Benjamin and Simon in Haymeads Lane to :

The Community Clinic,
58 New Street
Gt. Dunmow
Essex CM6 1BH

When the surgeries are closed,
please telephone 01371 877411

Pneumo vaccinations
Aged 65’s and over
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