Web-Site Designed

and Updated

by John Sparks

Current members of

the Hertfordshire Heavy Horse Association may

 join here for access to

 the members area

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To become a member

of the Association

please contact us for further information

or you can download an Application Form by clicking HERE

 

Click HERE for terms of the Association

 

If you have forgotten your password

Click Here

You are Visitor Number

H

H

H

A

ssociation

orse

eavy

ertfordshire

when logging in only use lower case

HHHA Photo 1

This site is constantly updated with the latest news and information about the Association.

  All photographs and articles copyright  John Sparks 2020

  O

  O

  C

  C

           

              Copyright © 2020 Hertfordshire Heavy Horse Association. All Rights Reserved

New HHHA New HHHA

    JOHN PAYNE

It is with great sadness that I inform you of the death of my great friend John Payne, he passed away on Thursday 1st July 2010, he will be a great loss to  his family and his friends from  the Hertfordshire Heavy Horse Association, John had been a member for a number of years and well liked by all who knew him, he will be sadly missed.

Below is a photo of John taken last year when we were painting our dray

Jolly Boys Dray 010 DSCF1758

                                Last of the summer wine

John with his friends on some of the many days we all had together,

they are fond memories of a great guy, I will miss him

  Geoff Whyth,  Ray Perriam, Bob Gane, Ron Burton,

  John Payne and John Sparks driving

DSCF3252

John Payne , Bob Gane and John Sparks

YOUNG OK

John, with his wife Joan, far right on one of the days out with his friends of the Hertfordshire Heavy Horse Association on a visit to Young's brewery

Joan my thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief.

My hearts go out to you at this time and in the days ahead.

John was such a great guy and I will miss him, I have some lovely memories of the times we had.  

Celebrating a life well lived. I will cherish the memories forever.

John Sparks