Anstey

 

Our  village derives its name  from Hean (Anglo Saxon – high) and Stige (pathway) and was described by a Mr John Peile in the mid 19thC as “a place somewhat remote” and by Olive Cook in her 1970 publication to help prevent the 3rd London airport at Nuthampstead  as “ almost completely untouched by 20th century development”

Anstey is situated in rural East Hertfordshire and is made up of various hamlets called “ends.”

Anstey is not a village in which we want to have street lights, cats eyes, and parking restrictions. In years to come we hope that remote and untouched will still describe the village; and like many generations before us villagers happily get on with their lives, either on their own or within the friendship of their  neighbours, church, school and pub.

View the precept notice Jan 2017

NOTICE OF VACANCY IN OFFICE OF COUNCILLOR
PARISH OF ANSTEY

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that due to the resignation of Councillor Peter Sapsed, a vacancy has arisen in the Office of Parish Councillor for the Parish Council. (Dated 12th October 2018) For more details Click here>>>

Conservation AreaMeeting

Monday, 19th November 2018
7pm at Anstey Village Hall 

Following the public meeting and exhibition held on 22nd October, residents are invited to attend this second Public Meeting to discuss the points raised and formulate a response to the Draft Conservation Area Appraisal that closes on Monday 3rd December 2018.

Next Parish Council Meeting
Monday 19th November starting at 7.30pm

Newsletter

  ANSTEY, BRENT PELHAM & MEESDEN NEWSLETTER   Click the link below to view the village Newsletter as a PDF file Newsletter Dec18-Jan19

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