The Parish Council is working with Hastoe Housing Association on a small housing development adjacent to Boreham Court. The affordable properties will only be available for local people or people with strong local connections. Current plans are for four units, a mixture of 2 and 3 bedroom, although this is still to be decided and can be flexible at this stage dependant on local need. Plans are on display in The Snug. If you have any comments on the plans or would like to register an interest please contact the Clerk. There will be a second public consultation on Wednesday 6th November from 4pm to 7pm in the village hall.
Aircraft noise over High Easter - Please continue to report aircraft noise using this link via the SSE website http://stopstanstedexpansion.com/noise_complaint_form.asp.
MOBILE POST OFFICE SERVICE EVERY TUESDAY MORNING 9AM TO 11AM IN THE SNUG, HIGH EASTER
The next meeting of High Easter Parish Council will be on Monday 4th November 2019. All are welcome.
The bi-weekly Garden Waste Service for 2019 will visit bi-weekly starting on Saturdays between 11.30am and 12.30pm in the village hall car park. Future dates are 2nd November and 16th November.
The Mobile Library visits every 3 weeks, future dates 30th October and 20th November between 10am and 10.30am in the village hall car park.
High Easter is located in central Essex, some seven miles north west of the County City of Chelmsford, and four miles south of Great Dunmow. The village is situated approximately 75 metres above sea level and lies just west of the source of the River Can, which flows south eastwards from the village to meet the River Chelmer in Chelmsford. High Easter with a population of 670, is in the district of Uttlesford and the parliamentary constituency of Saffron Walden.
High Easter developed as a linear settlement to the east of the Parish Church and was known as 'High Estra' before the Norman Conquest. 'High' because of its elevated position and also to distinguish the village from its neighbour - Good Easter - which is situated one and half miles to the south. 'Estra' comes from the Anglo-Saxon word meaning 'sheepfold'.
Clerk to High Easter Parish Council
Peartree Cottage, Slough Road, High Easter, Essex, CM1 4RD