... well of course it has but we would like a few more acts 7th May 11:30 at St Marys Church.
Can you tap dance? Sing? Or tell a few jokes. We would love you to share you're talent with us PLEASE. Get in touch now and book your place
Contact Cllr Daden at email@example.com
There is a free advice service to residents called Healthy Homes, which is a project to improve the health of people’s homes in Maldon, Chelmsford and Braintree
It will focus on managing and reducing fuel bills and helping residents stay warm in their homes. The project is led by Chelmsford Citizens Advice Bureau, in partnership with, Essex County Council, Mid Essex Clinical Commission Group and Chelmsford City Council
Great news for the football club. This from their press release:
Grassroots sport in Broomfield, near Chelmsford, Essex, is set to benefit from a major cash injection following the news that Broomfield FC has been awarded a grant of £319,048 from the Premier League & The FA Facilities Fund. The project has been praised by West Ham United Foundation, which hopes to continue supporting the site once completed.
The new facility will provide four segregated chang ing rooms and shower facilities, two referees rooms with showers, a club room facility w ith bar and much-needed kitchen facilities.
PLEASE NOTE! The Parish Office will be closed on Friday 8th April as Broomfield Village Hall is being re-decorated - we will be open as normal on Monday 11th April. Thanks
PLAY IN THE PARK - BROOMFIELD VILLAGE HALL
WEDS 30 MARCH 10-12 MON 4 APRIL 10-12
Please bring your children along!
Important Changes to the Local Bus Service Network in Essex from 10th April 2016
From the 10th April 2016 there will be important changes to many of the routes, timetables and service numbers of bus services in Essex.
Passengers, particularly those using the bus to go to school or work, are strongly recommended to check for the revisions using the National Traveline Service, available at: www.travelinesoutheast.org.uk shortly before undertaking their journey, so that they are aware of any changes that have been made.
The majority of dedicated school contract services, which are not open for use by the general public will not be affected.
Essex Dementia Care are having an Activity Day Centre at the village hall, staring April 15. Click the poster for details
Clean for the Queen day in Broomfield is Tuesday 29 March, the day after Easter Monday.
This is the day we encourage you to come to the parish office & collect litter-pickers, plastic sacks etc. You can then join others in tidying Broomfield on the day, or tidy your own area in your own time during the week.
Thank you to Councillor Tim and Roger - more much appreciated Village Volunteers - who pruned the trees on Angel Green
Thank you to Margaret our much appreciated Village Volunteer who undertook to clear the path opposite Broomfield Primary School!
PARTY PACKAGE: New for the Spring, we have a special offer for outdoor parties. £50 (£45 to Broomfield residents) will give you hire of the outdoor MUGA (astroturf) court for 1.5hours and the small hall. So why not run your own outdoor sports party!
Contact the office for more details.
Broomfield Parish Council has installed another bin on our Recreation Ground - this time on the other side of Angel Meadow near the park benches – to hopefully stop all the rubbish that is often collected in that area.
A member of public has in their possession some World War II Campaign Medals which he thinks belongs to a Mr H M Walton of 16 Mill Lane but cannot trace the family of Mr Walton at this address - is anyone able to throw any light onto the whereabouts of Mr Walton's family?
If so please contact the Parish Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
When she came to the throne litter was not the problem that it is today. Food packaging, plastic bottles, takeaway meals and cigarette butts have all contributed to a growing nuisance that affects our wildlife, streets, countryside and sense of pride. What better way could we show our gratitude to Her Majesty than to clean up our country?
Whilst the official Clean for the Queen campaign (http://www.cleanforthequeen.co.uk) is taking place on the weekend 4th, 5th and 6th March, in Broomfield we are dedicating a whole week from 28th March until 3rd April to Spring Clean Broomfield.
If you would like to get involved, please contact our Parish Office (441660) and leave your details. OR if you would just like to help in a smaller but still very important way, why not just pick up litter outside your own property. You will be surprised what a big difference this would make.
Broomfield is already a great place to live. Why not make it even greater by joining us in picking up for the Queen?
- Sue Hubble
Well done to everyone that sent one in before the deadline, it has been a tremendous effort all round.
The City Council will analyse all the responses and feedback to the Development Committee in March.
Then comes preparation of the Preferred Options document, which is due to be considered by the Development Committee in June, and then go out to public consultation between July and September. You can see the rest of the timetable for producing the Local Plan below.
It's likely we'll know what the preferred options are when the Development Committee meets on 9 June, otherwise the next meeting is 14 July. We'll keep you posted.
|Church May Fayre|
Sat May 07, 2016 @11:00 - 02:00PM
Wed May 11, 2016 @19:30 - 09:00PM
|May Parish Council AGM|
Wed May 18, 2016 @19:30 -
|May Parish Council APM|
Wed May 25, 2016 @19:30 -
|Village Coffee Morning|
Wed Jun 01, 2016 @10:00 - 12:00PM
Wed Jun 01, 2016 @19:30 - 09:00PM
Wed Jun 08, 2016 @19:30 - 09:00PM