Community of Giesen
|Area :||4.2 km²|
|Residents :||1606 (Nov 2019)|
|Population density :||382 inhabitants / km²|
|Incorporation :||March 1, 1974|
Hasede is a village in the municipality of Giesen and thus belongs to the district of Hildesheim in the state of Lower Saxony . The place is located on the eastern bank of the Innerste on a flood-free central terrace . It borders in the west and north on the localities of Klein Giesen and Groß Förste of the municipality of Giesen, and in the east and south on the municipality of Harsum and the city of Hildesheim . The location on Bundesstrasse 6 between the cities of Hildesheim and Hanover favored the settlement of numerous commercial enterprises. In addition, the Hasede wind farm has existed since 2002 with four large wind turbines directly on the A 7 .
The place Hasede is mentioned for the first time under the name Hasen in a document dated March 11, 1146. In this document, the Hildesheim Bishop Bernhard I declares the foundation of the St. Godehard Monastery in Hildesheim. Hasede is mentioned here as one of the places from which lands were transferred to furnish the monastery. It is assumed, however, that settlements existed much earlier within the Hasede district. This is indicated by finds of stone axes and tools from the Middle Stone Age in the Haseder Feldmark, which were found in connection with settlements in the Hildesheimer Börde from around 4000 BC. Be seen. First residential pits from around 700 BC BC were found in 1923 during the construction of the Hildesheim branch canal to the Mittelland Canal in the Haseder municipality. In October 2016, a cemetery with 70 body burials was uncovered by an excavation company during construction work on Bundesstrasse 6 , which probably dates from the 8th century. The orientation of the deceased in an east-west direction with the head facing west indicates Christian graves. The grave goods found, such as pearls, knives and jewelry, point to pagan graves. According to the district archaeologist Friedrich-Wilhelm Wulf from the Lower Saxony State Office for Monument Preservation , these could be very early Christian graves, when some people still adhered to the custom of grave goods.
According to a document from 1182, the place belonged to the Hildesheim Monastery . The first mill in Hasede was mentioned in 1361 . The milling industry has lasted to this day. The mills processed the grain of the local farmers. The rural structure persists to the present. From the twentieth century onwards, however, various businesses settled there, which still shape the townscape today.
The previously independent municipality of Hasede was dissolved as part of the district and territorial reform and has belonged to the municipality of Giesen since March 1, 1974 . Newly designated building areas were the reason for the town's growth. The population changed to 1606 in November 2019.
The historic St. Andreas Church is named after the Apostle Andreas and is located south of Meierstrasse. Since November 1, 2014, the church has belonged to the parish of St. Vitus , based in Groß Giesen , in the Roman Catholic deanery of Borsum-Sarstedt of the diocese of Hildesheim .
Frank Fischer has been the local mayor since July 1, 2014. Bernhard Schmitz is his deputy. The local council consists of 7 members who belong to the CDU and the SPD. In addition to the "ordinary" members, the local council includes the members of the municipal council who have their place of residence in Hasede. These council members only have an advisory role and have no voting rights.
The following public institutions exist in Hasede:
- A single primary school
- a Catholic day care center,
- a village community center with a meeting room, a youth room and a multi-purpose room with a climbing route,
- a fire station ,
- a sports hall,
- a cemetery with a chapel,
- a clubhouse with an attached shooting range and 2 sports fields.
There are 17 different clubs and associations that are active in the fields of culture, sport, community support, etc.
- Werner Buß (* 1945), politician who lived in Hasede
- Michael Weiner (* 1969), soccer referee who lives in Hasede
- Tobias Willers (* 1987), soccer player
- NN: 850 years Hasede 1146–1996 , self-published commemorative publication.
- Figures - Data - Facts. In: giesen.de. Community of Giesen, accessed on May 14, 2019 .
- Sebastian Knoppik: The riddle of the graves at Bundesstraße 6 has been solved Hildesheimer Allgemeine Zeitung of December 1, 2016.
- Hasede. In: giesen.de. Community of Giesen, accessed on September 13, 2012 .
- Federal Statistical Office (ed.): Historical municipality directory for the Federal Republic of Germany. Name, border and key number changes for municipalities, counties and administrative districts from May 27, 1970 to December 31, 1982 . W. Kohlhammer GmbH, Stuttgart and Mainz 1983, ISBN 3-17-003263-1 , p. 209 .