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Being in debt, and ill, was not a good state to be in in 1901. Thomas Purkin, or possibly Purkis, a 55-year-old labourer from Haslingfield, was committed to the County Gaol on September 27th. He was examined by the prison surgeon, and found to be suffering from “bonal disease of the thigh”. He was immediately sent to the hospital ward, and put on a special diet. He apparently knew of his serious condition, and said he was dying in greater comfort than he would have at home. He then developed pneumonia. Read more
The next Little Rose Pub Quiz will take place this Friday 2nd October. Teams of any number up to a maximum of six can take part, entry is £10 per team with all the entry fees given out as cash prizes. First Question asked at 8pm. Just turn up on the night or book in advance. The date of the quiz has been switched to the first Friday of every month due to popular demand!
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Cambridgeshire Cleaning Services provides cleaning services to over 110 establishments in Cambridgeshire and we have an opportunity for a Cleaner to join the team at Haslingfield Primary School. Read more
Mr Michael Snelling, a great supporter of Haslingfield life for many years, will talk at The Haslingfield Village Society about the techniques used in the repair & restoration of various types of chairs & seats. He will bring along a display of specialised tools & equipment. Tuesday, 20th October, 8.00PM, Haslingfield Village Hall
You can eat the food inside the pub if you buy anykind of drink, from tea, coffee or alcoholic
Works by Bach, Schumann, Brahms & Mendelsson
All Saints’ Church Haslingfield, Friday 16th October 2015, 7.30 pm
Admission by Programme £10 on the door. Interval refreshments. Enquiries 01223 872190
Neil and Sue Poole have bought the Little Rose so it now belongs to them! THE PUB IS SAVED!
Two Haslingfield artists, Prue van der Hoorn and Betty Hunt will be exhibiting their paintings along with 4 other artists at the Grantchester Gallery exhibition on September 19th and 20th at Grantchester Village Hall. Open from 10am – 5pm. Serving tea/coffee and cake.
Betty Hunt will be painting portraits in situ.
This Sunday from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm. Enjoy a traditional cream tea with freshly-baked scones, jam and cream, in the informal woodland garden of The Dovecote, 29 High Street, Haslingfield. All proceeds to Parkinson’s UK.