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Hatfield Peverel

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Hatfield Peverel is a village and civil parish at the centre of Essex, England. The 2004 parish population, including the hamlet of Nounsley, was approximately 5,500.  Hatfield means a 'heathery space in the forest'; Peverel refers to William Peverel, the Norman knight granted lands in the area by William the Conqueror after the Norman invasion of 1066. Sited on high ground east of the River Ter, between Boreham and Witham on the A12, it is situated in the southern extremity of the Braintree District Council area (to which it elects two members).
Hatfield Peverel is 6 miles (10 km) northeast from Chelmsford, the nearest large town, to which it is connected by road and rail. Hatfield Peverel railway station is on the Abellio Greater Anglia East Anglia rail network, connecting it to London and Colchester
Hatfield Peverel is the site of a priory founded by the Saxon Ingelrica, wife of Ranulph Peverel and reputed to be the mistress of William the Conqueror, to atone for her sins, and dissolved by Henry VIII. The parish church, St Andrew's (Church of England) is the surviving fragment of the Norman priory church nave. There is also a Methodist Church and a Salvation Army (northeast London headquarters) congregation. The village has a Junior School (St Andrew's C of E) and an adjacent County Infant School, and Scout and Guide organisations with headquarters in Church Road, a Post Office, library, and doctors' surgery. Hatfield Peverel was the site of an Arla Foods factory which closed in July 2016, it used to produce dairy products, and other small business concerns.  The factory which has subsequently been demolished and there are plans to build up to 177 houses on the former site.  There are six public houses, a farm shop and other retail outlets. Major houses include Berwick Place, Crix, Hatfield Place, Hatfield Wick, and The Priory.
Hatfield Peverel Station is seen in the 1976 film Exposé starring Linda Hayden and Fiona Richmond. The surrounding countryside is also seen.Hatfield Peverel Football Club has been established since 1903. Originally based at the Duke of Wellington Public House before moving to the Recreation Ground in 1936.  The club are now based on the outskirts of the village at a former gravel pit at Wickham Bishops Road and fields men's, ladies and junior teams.


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Hatfield Peverel

Hatfield Peverel

Village in England

  • Desc: Hatfield Peverel is a village and civil parish at the centre of Essex, England. The 2004 parish population, including the hamlet of Nounsley, was approximately 5,500.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hatfield_Peverel
  • Type: City, Place, Thing
  • Result Score: 1380.44
Hatfield Peverel railway station

Hatfield Peverel railway station

Train station in Hatfield Peverel, England

Hatfield Peverel Priory

Priory

  • Desc: 51.768942°N 0.602896°E Hatfield Peverel Priory was a Benedictine priory in Essex, England, founded as a secular college before 1087 and converted into priory as a cell of St Albans by William Peverel ante 1100.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hatfield_Peverel_Priory
  • Type: Place, Thing
  • Result Score: 53.78

Hatfield Peverel Xmas Craft & Tabletop Market - December 2019

Event

  • Type: Event, Thing
  • Result Score: 12.00
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