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The Mayor of Sawbridgeworth launched the town council's very first duck race on Saturday 19th March 2016. The charity of the year..... Read More
Apart from the historic nature of the town, attractions include local river cruises in the summer, an annual fair held on Fair Green on the Sunday of the first May Bank Holiday, and carol singing on the green on Christmas Eve.
The town's prosperity came from the local maltings, owned by George Fawbert and John Barnard; in 1839 they set up the Fawbert and Barnard charity to fund local children and their education, funding a local infant school that still exists today.
There are several open drainage ditches and two ponds rich in aquatic life. The areas of sedge, reeds and tall fen vegetation provide a valuable nesting habitat for reed and sedge warblers. In summer the reserve is alive with insects.
Last year .....The Scarf - This year .......The Blankets! Come along to this great exhibition at the Tudor House Gallery in Knight..... Read More
The mansion and surrounding land was acquired by Sir Walter Lawrence, the Master Builder, in the 1920s. He built a cricket ground and pavilion in the grounds where the great and the good of the cricket world came to play against Sir Walter's home team, which often included his three sons: Jim, Guy and Pat. Sir Walter also had two daughters: Molly and Gipsy. Hyde Hall was sold in 1945 and became a school.
Prior to the Norman conquest, most of the area was owned by the Saxon Angmar the Staller.
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Sawbridgeworth Cricket Club is one of the leading cricket clubs in the south of England, fielding five senior sides on a Saturday and seven colts sides, from ages nine to fifteen. The 1st XI plays in the Home Counties Premier Cricket League, and the other league sides play in the Hertfordshire Cricket League. The main ground is Town Fields, situated behind Bell Street. The second ground is at the Leventhorpe School.
Dear Friends, We will be running our annual Bat Walk on Friday 23rd September Start time: 6.45pm if you would..... Read More
Sawbridgeworth railway station is situated on the London to Cambridge/Stansted Airport line. There are bus services to Harlow, Bishops Stortford, and Stansted Airport.
Sawbridgeworth has a secondary school, the Leventhorpe School, which also offers a public swimming pool and gym. There is also one primary school Mandeville, one junior school Reedings and one infant school Fawbert & Barnard in Sawbridgeworth.
Public Transport - About 800m north east of Sawbridgeworth railway station; turn left outside the station then left into Hallingbury Road.
In Parliament, it is in the Hertford and Stortford constituency. Since the election of May 2005 Sawbridgeworth is represented by Mark Prisk, a Conservative.
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Top Gun Open Air Cinema at Leventhorpe School..... Read More
New appetizers, starters & mains featured monthly - an opportunity to taste different Mexican dishes.
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Sawbridgeworth is administered by East Herts district council. The local Town Council currently has 12 councillors, covering both Sawbridgeworth and Spellbrook.
The management regime is designed to encourage diversity of species. Enclosures are grazed by horses and parts of the marsh are cut on an annual or biennial basis. To prevent it from smothering smaller plants, the dead material is raked off and either burnt or gathered into permanent stacks which provide a valuable habitat for grass snakes and invertebrates.
TUESDAYS - enjoy a succulent steak dinner for 2 with bottle of house wine.
Free Sombrero and free shot (Over 18 years Old) for the birthday boy/girl ONLY when you book and mention that there is a birthday on your table! If you fail to mention upon booking or come along without booking and have a birthday we are happy to lend you a Sombrero for the night of your meal
There are plants which were once quite common but are now found on only a few sites in the county, such as Marsh Willowherb Marsh Valerian, Marsh Arrow-grass, Southern Marsh Orchid and Blunt-flowered Rush.
The village of Lower Sheering in Essex adjoins Sawbridgeworth, east of the railway station and the River Stort, along the Hertfordshire–Essex border. It shares the same postal code as Sawbridgeworth, but for local government purposes it comes under the Epping Forest district of Essex, with the Member of Parliament being Robert Halfon (Conservative).
Sawbridgeworth is home to 309 Squadron of the Air Training Corps.
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Hi-viz vests donated to Fawbert and Barnard Infants School - Read the Herts & Essex Observer Story here ..... Read More
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Experience the authentic taste of Mexican dishes; burritos, chimichangas, enchiladas and our fabulous fajitas. Tasty Tex meals including famous BBQ chicken & ribs, and succulent steaks. We also have seafood and vegetarian specialties.
The most interesting time of the year to visit this reserve is during the spring and summer.
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We can cater for large numbers for special occasions for more information, call us!
Sawbridgeworth is a small, mainly residential, town and also a civil parish in Hertfordshire, England.
Welcome to the ‘New Mexico Restaurant' the number one Tex-Mex restaurant in Sawbridgeworth, serving the Hertfordshire and Essex area. Now bigger and better. Conveniently located to the M11, A414 and A10.
Directions - To the west of the unclassified road from Sawbridgeworth to Gaston Green and Little Hallingbury. There is no car park but there are two small lay-bys on the opposite side of the road about 200m north of the reserve entrance. Care should be taken since the road is narrow and traffic travels at high speeds.
Let your hair down and show the town that NEW MEXICO guests not only appreciate great food but also have talent! Or to make that occasion 'extra special'
Choose from a range of fine wines, liqueurs, a selection of American/Mexican beers - on draught or in the bottle. For something different try one of the special New Mexico cocktails or one of the classics.