Category:Hatfield Peverel

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English: Hatfield Peverel is a large urban village and civil parish in the centre of Essex, England. Its population, including the hamlet of Nounsley, is approximately 5,500 (in 2004). Hatfield means a 'heathery space in the forest'; Peverel refers to William Peverel, the Norman knight granted lands in the area by William the Conqueror after the Norman invasion of 1066. Sited on high ground east of the River Ter, between Boreham and Witham on the A12, it is situated in the southern extremity of the Braintree District Council area (to which it elects two members). However, it is only 6 miles (10 km) northeast of Chelmsford, the nearest large town, to which it is more directly connected by road and rail. Hatfield Peverel Station is seen quite extensively in the 1976 film 'EXPOSÉ' starring Linda Hayden and Fiona Richmond. The surrounding countryside is also seen.
Nederlands: Hatfield Peverel is een plaats in het bestuurlijke gebied Braintree, in het Engelse graafschap Essex. De plaats telt 5.500 inwoners.
Hatfield Peverel 
village in the United Kingdom
Instance of village,
civil parish
Location Braintree, United Kingdom
Authority control

51° 46′ 08.76″ N, 0° 35′ 34.08″ E

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