Stansted Mountfitchet Parish Council

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Stansted Mountfitchet Village Magazine


The Link is an independent publication supported by local churches, businesses and the Parish Council. Each edition is also available online at www.stanstedlink.org.uk
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The Police

 

Non-Emergency police call 101

Emergency 999

 

PC Tom Bastendorff   101

PCSO (Stuart Stranger) Tel:07989 174801

Essex Police

 

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Citizens Advice Bureau

uttlesfordcab.org.uk

 

 

Stansted Mountfitchet
Neighbourhood Watch

 
Our main public meetings are held on the last Wednesday in May and September in the Stansted Free Church Lecture Hall, Chapel Hill, at 7.30 pm.
 
If you are interested in being involved in NhW in any way please contact either one of the following: Cllr. Valerie Trundle (01279) 813433 or Mrs Diane (01279) 813089
For more information click on the logo to the right...
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Stansted Helpline...

...was launched by the then Stansted Association of Christian Churches in order to offer practical assistance to those Stansted residents who may have no friends or relatives nearby who are able to help.
Helpline is able to offer, for example; transport, companionship, shopping, collecting prescriptions etc. and are able to provide information, advice and contact numbers for other organisations.
The service can be contacted 9am-4pm Monday to Friday by telephoning : 07704 553727 This is a mobile telephone held by one of ten volunteers, on a rota basis, who log the requests. A comprehensive list of approximately 45 volunteers, is then consulted to select a suitable volunteer to whom the ‘client’ is put in touch.
Over the years the requests for help have been many, varied and sometimes challenging and it is very rare indeed that Helpline is unable to assist. Requests for transport outnumber by far other needs and more volunteers are always welcome for this. Volunteers to join the wider band of helpers are also welcomed. Helpline depends entirely on the willingness of unpaid volunteers both to take the requests and, more importantly, to implement them. The service, funded entirely by donations from both individuals and other village organisations, has been operating successfully since 1984.

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Stansted Lunch Club

Stansted Lunch Club was founded in 1997 by Alastair Richardson to provide a forum for business in and around Stansted to meet and network.

Meetings are very popular, attracting 60 - 80 attendees on most occasions. There is no membership fee or attendance criteria, simply book in and pay for the meals you wish to attend. The Group is open to all local business people, both active and retired, with a current membership of around 350.

 

Spangles Children's Centre

Spangles is a Sure Start Children's Centre. We provide services and activities to support parents in the everyday challenges that they face in bringing up young children. Sure Start Children's Centres are currently opening across the United Kingdom, and by 2010 the Government aims to have a Children's Centre in every community.
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Churches in Stansted

St Therese RC Church

St John's Church

 St John's

 Women's Institute - in Stansted

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STANSTED MOUNTFITCHET EVENING WI 

 

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 Stansted Mountfitchet Local History Society 2012-13
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Birchanger Wood Trust

www.  birchangerwoodtrust  
 

Foresthall Park Residents Association

 
   
   

 

Council Offices, Crafton Green House, 72 Chapel Hill, Stansted, Essex CM24 8AQ
Tel: 01279 813214 Email: parishcouncil@stansted.net Office Hours Mon–Fri: 10am–1pm