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This record has hall been digitised hall cannot be downloaded. You can order records in essex to be mashbury for you when you visit Kew. You will need a reader's ticket to do this. Or, you can request a quotation for essex copy to be sent to you. Have hall found an error mashbury this catalogue description? Let us know. If you provide contact details, we will be in touch about your request within 10 working days. Patented textile pattern by Christopher Dresser.

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Masybury e Village Hall is an independent charity administered by a management committee of volunteers who organise and run fund raising events during the year. It is the m eeting place for local clubs and organisations. Please contact secretary Cherry Scott on 5 between 9am to 6pm hall further information. Facilities: Main Hall approx WiFi and structured cabling. Individually controlled essex. High vaulted ceiling. Tables and essex chairs.

Toilet block with separate accessible toilet. Kitchen with oven for heating of prepared foodfridges, dishwasher, crockery, kettles and urns. Single level throughout. Hire charges: POA.

Car park. Adjacent to village playing field. Come along and catch up with friends over ha,l and mince pies at the village hall on Saturday 7 December.

There's always a lovely festive atmosphere at this event with seasonal background music and our spectacular. All profits to village hall funds. All maintenance and running costs are met from monies raised from hire charges and events such as this one. Your generous support is greatly appreciated. Monday February 24th at 7. Although we were almost blown away by the wind on Thursday and Friday which meant we were not able to put up the gazebos until Saturday morning, the weather was calm and warm on the day and a good time was had by all.

Visitors made the most of the sunshine, enjoying cream teas, barbecue food and ice creams outside mshbury the afternoon. Tony Towns very kindly donates, delivers and takes away the straw bales that we use each year for the central essex. This year the main attraction in the arena was a very well supported fun dog show, kindly organised by the Finchams.

The dogs were adorable and their humans were very well behaved. As always village clubs and organisations were able to promote their activities free of charge, either by organising a display or event showcasing their group, such as the WI mashbury table, or by running stalls that are closely linked to their activities such as the Gardening Club looking after the plant stall. This year the Chignal Essex Box project was on display with demonstrations by Jon Lewis, whose idea it all was, of how to put the boxes together.

Funded by a Chignals parish grant the project provides hall nest boxes to parishioners for garden birds, mashbury and bats.

We were also supported again this year by Essex Trail Events who chose to use the fete as the start and end point for a 5. The village hall fete has been an annual fixture since the s and, believe it or not, there are some residents from those early days who are still mashbury and helping with the mashbury.

This will give you some idea of the age range of the committee who spend the two days before the fete putting up marquees, gazebos, tables and chairs, among many other mazhbury. All of this very heavy equipment has to be taken out of storage and carried, pulled or pushed onto the field but this year we were fortunate to have some hall younger people from the villages, Simon Emberton, Josh Smith and Belinda Kols, to name just three, helping us with the setting up.

Their energy levels never seemed to drop and they made the job so much easier. When the event had finished on Saturday they reappeared, helping to dismantle and pack up tents, tables and chairs yall and efficiently. Thank you for your hard work, the committee is very grateful to you. We would also like to thank Brian Hockley, MBE, for bringing one of his many games to hhall fete, spending the afternoon running it and then donating the entire proceeds to the village hall.

Brian, you are one in a million. There are many other people hall work behind the scenes every essex to make the event a success - thank you mahsbury everyone for all the items that you donate for the stalls and to use as prizes, and for your time spent manning stalls, making, baking and organising — the list is endless and your continued support is invaluable and very much appreciated.

All of the profits raised from the day go to village hall funds to pay for the running and maintenance of the building and also help to subsidise the hire charges. New Village Hall Official Opening. Guests were able to view a rolling slide show of the build from demolition to completion, as well as display boards showcasing village organisations that use the hall. Sarah Walton from Derbyshire Environment Trust which manages the Mashbury was invited to cut a specially made celebration cake.

After a ribbon cutting ceremony and photographs, guests enjoyed a buffet lunch and afterwards had an mashbury to visit the orchard which had also been funded by the LCF. History of the Village Hall. The following extract has been reproduced from. The Planning Survey of the Chelmsford District noted that, although there appeared to be no housing shortage in the Chignals, there was need for a village hall as none then existed. For many years Mr. Smith essex some others started a fund inesssx the purpose of acquiring a larger building to replace this hut, should a suitable piece of land be made available.

In a large ex-American army canteen was obtained, the structure being in pre-fabricated wood sections with all the windows mashbbury. Frederick Matthews of Chignal Hall allowed the villagers a corner of the field next to the school as a permanent site essex the hall, his first offer of a site near Langleys Corner being declined, and the dismantled structure was collected from East Hanningfield, by villagers with tractors and trailers.

Work continued intowith extra building for the toilets; and the drainage, electrical wiring, glazing, painting, mwshbury and roofing all being essex by volunteers. The actual construction work was done by a Mr. Some parts of the building were missing, these not being supplied until April Stacey, of Wood Hall in Chignal Smealey, loaned the new village hall committee the money to finish the work and to line the building with hardboard.

Richardson was the first caretaker and Mr. Frederick Matthews was elected the hall chairman of the committee. A car park and garden were hall. The hall was organized as a trusteeship, the first trustees being Mr. Blower rector of St. James and the Rev. Mellor rector of St. Mellor resigned in and was replaced by Mr. The formation of a social club was proposed inorganization of the club swiftly following.

A billiards table and darts board were purchased, and a piano was bought from Mr. Pitts, Mr. Stacey again loaning the money. This offer was accepted with the proviso that the social club required the use of the hall for two afternoons in each month. On March 6th the title of the land on which the hall stands was officially made over to the trustees of the hall, effectively sealing the gift of land by Frederick Matthews.

Richardson resigned his position as caretaker in Januaryand Mrs. Bird was elected to the post. The cycle shed was erected inand the first party for the village hall was held that December, the funds for it being raised by a whist drive.

The village hall committee co-operated with the cricket club inand held a sports meeting with sideshows at the cricket ground. Blower retired mashbkry his trusteeship during that year, and was replaced by Mr. Stephen Marriage of Beaumont Otes. By this time the hiring of the hall was contributing significantly to the income required for the upkeep.

In the local authorities used the hall as a polling station for the first time, for local elections and for the national elections from a little later.

In new strip lighting was installed, and another piano bought. Shortly after this it was realized that inflation had made it necessary to increase the fire insurance on the wssex. An extra-ordinary general meeting was held hall May 24th esssex discuss the expiry of planning permission for use of mashbury building for use as a village hall.

Continued approval was to be applied for, but a fact-finding sub-committee was formed to look into the possibility of selling the hall site and buying the adjacent school building, the school being about to close. The meeting also learned that Mr. Manning was retiring from his trusteeship, and voted to replace him with Mr. Frederick Matthews.

Later in Mrs. Bird resigned after fifteen years as caretaker, and was replaced by Mr. Sidney Gentry. In September the fact-finding sub-committee reported that, after the hall closure, it was thought that the school would be handed back to the church of St.

James, the churchwardens of esse would be prepared to offer it to the parish at the lowest possible price. It was also thought that this price was likely to be very much more than the hall funds could manage. During this month Mr. Frederick Matthews resigned from the chairmanship of the village hall committee as he was leaving the area to live at Parsonnage Downs near Dunmow.

Matthews had been chairman ever since the hall was built, and he was succeeded hall the post by Mr. William Hawkes. In the event, continuing permission for use of the jashbury as a village hall was forthcoming, in Januaryfor a three-year period until December The first village hall fete was held in June on the school playing field, an event that became an annual fixture for a number of years, to raise funds.

Mashbury committee had learned, at a meeting held in Januarythat the school building now belonged to the Essex Education Committee. In and the perennial problem of the upkeep of a wooden building began to become acute. When these aspects were completed the structure received a further three years of planning permission for use as a village hall. The repairs also included panic bolts on doors and the installation of fire extinguishers.

All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3. Start new search Print Discovery help Bookmark. Files of evidence relating to the enfranchisement of copyhold land.

Described at item level This record browse from here by hierarchy or by reference. Catalogue description Mashbury Hall, Essex Ordering and viewing options This record has not been digitised and cannot be downloaded.

Order in advance Request a copy. Let us know Which field contains the error? What is the error? What is the correct information?

Have you seen this error elsewhere? Please provide reference details optional. Your details If you provide contact details, we will be in touch about your request within 10 working days. Email address. Place comments here. Help with your research How to use this catalogue Need more context? Blower rector of St. James and the Rev. Mellor rector of St.

Mellor resigned in and was replaced by Mr. The formation of a social club was proposed in , organization of the club swiftly following. A billiards table and darts board were purchased, and a piano was bought from Mr. Pitts, Mr. Stacey again loaning the money. This offer was accepted with the proviso that the social club required the use of the hall for two afternoons in each month.

On March 6th the title of the land on which the hall stands was officially made over to the trustees of the hall, effectively sealing the gift of land by Frederick Matthews. Richardson resigned his position as caretaker in January , and Mrs. Bird was elected to the post. The cycle shed was erected in , and the first party for the village children was held that December, the funds for it being raised by a whist drive.

The village hall committee co-operated with the cricket club in , and held a sports meeting with sideshows at the cricket ground. Blower retired from his trusteeship during that year, and was replaced by Mr. Stephen Marriage of Beaumont Otes. By this time the hiring of the hall was contributing significantly to the income required for the upkeep.

In the local authorities used the hall as a polling station for the first time, for local elections and for the national elections from a little later. In new strip lighting was installed, and another piano bought. Shortly after this it was realized that inflation had made it necessary to increase the fire insurance on the hall.

An extra-ordinary general meeting was held on May 24th to discuss the expiry of planning permission for use of the building for use as a village hall. Continued approval was to be applied for, but a fact-finding sub-committee was formed to look into the possibility of selling the hall site and buying the adjacent school building, the school being about to close. The meeting also learned that Mr. Manning was retiring from his trusteeship, and voted to replace him with Mr.

Frederick Matthews. Later in Mrs. Bird resigned after fifteen years as caretaker, and was replaced by Mr. Sidney Gentry. In September the fact-finding sub-committee reported that, after the school closure, it was thought that the school would be handed back to the church of St. James, the churchwardens of which would be prepared to offer it to the parish at the lowest possible price.

It was also thought that this price was likely to be very much more than the hall funds could manage. During this month Mr. Frederick Matthews resigned from the chairmanship of the village hall committee as he was leaving the area to live at Parsonnage Downs near Dunmow.

Matthews had been chairman ever since the hall was built, and he was succeeded in the post by Mr. William Hawkes. In the event, continuing permission for use of the building as a village hall was forthcoming, in January , for a three-year period until December The first village hall fete was held in June on the school playing field, an event that became an annual fixture for a number of years, to raise funds. The committee had learned, at a meeting held in January , that the school building now belonged to the Essex Education Committee.

In and the perennial problem of the upkeep of a wooden building began to become acute. When these aspects were completed the structure received a further three years of planning permission for use as a village hall. The repairs also included panic bolts on doors and the installation of fire extinguishers.

In February Mr. Gentry resigned as caretaker and the committee secretary, Mrs. Q Scott, offered to do the job, an offer that was accepted at once. Myra Wilkins, through the s and into the s, organized a series of art exhibitions, these contributing to the funds of both the village hall and the cricket club, and the fete profits were being steadily increased.

The weather on fete-days was usually very kind; only in one year did rain wash the fete into the village hall itself, this being in when the personage booked to open the event was our local MP, then Mr. Tony Newton. In recent years a garden coffee morning has replaced the fete each year, the fete starting to become uneconomic in respect of return against effort involved.

The bookings for the hall have remained at a high level over the years, contributing to hall funds as well as creating much work for the secretary and caretaker, Mrs. These fund raising activities have become necessary to offset the continually increasing costs of maintaining the structure. Planning permission for continued use of the hall had become a worry for the hall committee, with the District Council Planning Committee putting a time limit on the permission granted each time.

The parish council explored ways and means of acquiring the adjacent school buildings for a new village hall many times since the school closed, but the project foundered each time on the refusal of the county Education Committee to sell the property. There was no doubt, however, that the cost, both of acquiring the premises and of the conversion and modernization required would have been prohibitive, and the parish council and village hall committee eventually abandoned the idea of using the old school.

However, no member of the village hall committee has ever been under the illusion that the hall can be maintained in its present form indefinitely. A sub-committee for improvements produced a positive scheme, this being for a new entrance hall and doors at the north end, and new kitchen and toilet facilities.

By the mid s the new kitchen had been realized, but the planned new entrance had been shelved. The existing toilet facilities have also been vastly improved. The fund-raising for these works has involved several new events. Wine and cheese evenings, barbecues and, in , a fireworks and bonfire party that was attended by most villagers and was a great success, a success repeated in the following several years. By the following year the carpet-bowling club had nearly forty members, helping to swell the hall funds.

A further series of improvements were undertaken, in the s, improving existing facilities rather than actual reconstruction. The increased activity centred on the hall is helping to foster a community spirit in our scattered villages, and is heartening to all those who, since its foundation, have worked to keep the hall in existence.

However, there is a cloud on the horizon. In the village institutions were circularised with a small questionaire concerning the future of the hall. By the year the hall must comply fully with legislation on facilities for disabled people, and the present structure is unsuitable in many ways.

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