Saturday 14th March at 7.30pm
All Saints’ Church, Haslingfield
Saturday 14th March at 7.30pm
The Band of Hope was an organisation formed within the Methodist Church in Leeds in 1847 to promote temperance. It soon became a national movement, and indeed spread to New Zealand and the USA. It also spread to Haslingfield, which with its seven pubs in the early part of the twentieth century would have been regarded as a ripe recruitment area. The Band met regularly in the old Primitive Methodist Chapel which still stands just off the High Street, where it put on entertainments to attract the young to “sign the pledge”. One such entertainment took place on March 14th, 1913. Read more
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Cambridge Dial-a-Ride is a charitable organisation which provides transport for groups and individuals who otherwise have difficulty accessing public transport. It offers this service on week days in the City of Cambridge and surrounding villages, including Haslingfield. We are asking for your help in recommending us for a small grant. Read more
Ecumenical Service at Haslingfield Methodist Church, Friday 6 March at 6.30 am. The service has been written by women of the Bahamas. Everyone is invited to join us, including the men!
Refreshments will follow the service
Excavating Haslingfield: Bronze Age to the Iron Age, Romans to late Medieval, the 18th c. Where did all the people live? Michael Coles, our local archaeologist, will talk about the results of much field walking and the 24 digs of 2013. The resultant archaeology will help explain where the people of ‘Haslingfield’ lived and what they did for the last 3500 years.
17th March 2015, 8 PM, The Village Hall. Everyone welcome: members and children free, small charge for non-members.
Would you like to be involved in running this website? We are looking for a Haslingfield resident, ideally with experience of WordPress, to join the Haslingfield web team. We meet informally every couple of months and stay in contact by email. For more info, please email Amanda at: email@example.com.
Repairs and Servicing: road racer/commuter/mountain/extreme sport/all child & adult bikes. Village references available.
Will Gapper, 21 Church Street, firstname.lastname@example.org 0753 0620 214
Please telephone to arrange a convenient time to drop bikes in.
FREE to gardeners and allotment holders from Cooks Liverys (next field along from Grove Farm). Just help yourself – bring good wellies! Someone is usually there in the mornings to 11.00 am and afternoons after 4.00 pm. Contact 07788 458600.
Please be aware there have been a number of burglaries and attempted distraction burglaries that are believed to be linked.
A burglary was reported between 15:50 – 16:00hrs 18/02/2015 at Church Street, Haslingfield. A witness saw four males leaving the property they were described as tanned possible Eastern Mediterranean, one male was waiting in a vehicle nearby. He was described as unshaven, with dark hair, wearing a peaked cap. All the males wore fluorescent jackets. Read more
This Friday 27th February sees that next Quiz Night at the Little Rose Pub with Cash Prizes. Teams of any number up to a maximum of six can take part, entry is £10 per team including nibbles. First Question asked at 8pm. Just turn up on the night or book in advance. All of the entry fees are given out in prizes. The last quiz saw the winning team go home with £40 and cash prizes for other places.
Also, any village club, society or group are welcome to use the newly decorated Lounge bar for meetings or get togethers for free. Simply turn up when the pub is open and make yourself at home.
The pub sells a wide range of drinks including real ales, real cider, teas, coffees, lager, spirits and soft drinks alongside food and welcomes families with children of any age. Read more