Introduction to our Village
Henham remains a rural community although now perhaps better described as a 'community in a rural setting.' As with most other villages in the area, there are few whose income is dependant on the land and the majority of working residents travel away from the area to seek a living. However on the positive side we retain our own church, primary school, village shop with a post office, public house, village hall, church hall and community centre. Our population is approximately 1250 plus.
The history of Henham now has its own website at www.henhamhistory.org. Click here.
11th July 2017 UDC Notice of Roadworks
For more information on Winter security click here
For more information on home security click here
For more information on vehicle security click here
February 2019 - Parish Councillors Fisher and Frindle are hosting a meeting to discuss future use of the Woodland on 27th February 2019 19:30 at the Village Hall- everyone welcome
Henham Village Jumble Sale 2nd March
Annual Parish Meeting - 7pm at OSCA 4th April 2019 - all welcome
22 February 2018: Stansted Airport planning application - the airport has applied to increase passengers to 43 million and 274,000 flights - click here for further information. Please
also go to SSE website
Click here for list of Airport consultation dates
Click here for HPC's letter of objection
2nd January 2018 - Further application from Fairfield.
We regret to have to inform residents that Fairfield have applied for 350 houses on the site on Henham Parish Land near Elsenham. Residents with long memories will recall that Fairfield have lost planning applications ranging from 800 houses to 5200 houses on the same site over the past 10 years. The site is not in the emerging Local Plan for Uttlesford and this smacks of a desperate last minute effort to get under the wire before the door closes. Although the deadline for responses has now closed, the Parish Council will continue to keep residents up to date via this website and the SOV website.
End of Year Governors letter July 2018 click here