Hanningfield

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Hanningfield Reservoir
... Hanningfield Reservoir is an artificial body of water in Essex, south of Chelmsford, and is owned by Essex and Suffolk Water ... The reservoir was formed by flooding an area of South Hanningfield covering the ancient hamlet of Peasdown although contrary to popular belief, no buildings survive under the water, however, an earth ... Hanningfield reservoir was 50 years old in September 2007 and cost approximately £6m to build in 1957 ...
Paul White, Baron Hanningfield - Biography
... Hanningfield was also chair of the Council of Local Education Authorities between 1990 and 1992, leader of Association of County Councils between 1995 and 1997 ... On 31 July 1998, he was made a life peer as Baron Hanningfield, of Chelmsford in the County of Essex ... Hanningfield was also a member of the Court of Essex University and a Deputy Lieutenant of the County of Essex ...
East Hanningfield
... East Hanningfield is a small village in south Essex, England ... by the villages of Bicknacre, Woodham Ferrers, West Hanningfield, Howe Green, and Rettendon ... East Hanningfield contains a primary school, a couple of public houses, a new village hall and a post office ...
Paul White, Baron Hanningfield - Offences Under The Theft Act
... On 5 February 2010 it was announced that Hanningfield would be charged with offences under section 17 of the Theft Act 1968 relating to false accounting ... On 27 May 2010 Lord Hanningfield, Jim Devine, Elliot Morley and David Chaytor appeared at Southwark Crown Court for a preliminary hearing ... Hanningfield's trial at Chelmsford Crown Court began on 16 May 2011 ...
South Hanningfield - See Also
... Hanningfield reservoir East Hanningfield West Hanningfield Lord Hanningfield ...