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Village Award

2nd of September 1998

The efforts of many village organisations together with those of our Village Warden, Michael Home, paid off when Chipperfield was declared to be the best kept large village in West and Central Hertfordshire in 1998.
When the results of the competition were announced at County Hall in July, we found that we had scored 90.5% in the first round and had qualified for a second inspection to compare us with the winners in East Herts (Much Haddam) and North Herts (Picton). The judges gave us 89% in the second round and we ended up as runners-up in the county as a whole. An excellent result in view of the difficult weather and an advance on our score of 86% achieved last year.
On 25 July Parish Council Chairman, David Nobbs, attended a presentation ceremofly at Flaunden and received a framed certificate to mark our performance from Mr Simon Bowes-Lyon, Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire.

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