The Village shop, on Fountain Lane, is open this Bank Holiday Monday, 29th August, from 8am until 4pm. The post office will be closed on this day. The shop sells newspapers and magazines, a wide range of groceries and confectionery, fresh milk, hot drinks, cold drinks, wines and spirits, greeting cards and stationery, plus ‘bits and pieces’ such as batteries, drawing pins, etc. Fresh bread and cakes are delivered daily from Newnham Bakery and a selection of Hovis ready cut loaves are also available. You can order any type of bakery item. A dry cleaning service from Penguin Cleaners collects and delivers on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Also stock fresh fruit and vegetables, and you can also order whatever fruit & veg you’d like.
New players are wanted for a second crib team at the Little Rose Pub. Just get in touch by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or pop in. The pub is also holding a Crib Drive on Thursday 8th September from 8pm. Just turn up on the night to take part. There has been a cribbage team playing from The Little Rose since the early 1960’s. The teams play every Thursday night in the season. For more details on the pub crib team, click Read More…
The next Little Rose Pub Quiz will take place this Friday 2nd September. 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 quiz takes place on the first Friday of every month. It’s great fun with a good number of all local teams taking part each month. There’s 6 rounds including a picture round and it finishes around 10pm with a break halfway through.
An incredible photo of last night’s lightning, taken at 20.33 24/08/2016 this Bolt from Thor’s Hammer slammed into the ground and lit the surrounding countryside next to Addenbrookes Hospital. Photo taken by village resident, Doug Thompson.
And it made the TV, with Elizabeth Ritzini:- Read more
There is free live music this Bank Holiday Saturday 27th August at the Little Rose Pub. Jonny will be singing a range of classic covers from 8pm until late. It’s a great way to enjoy the holiday weekend.
The pub sells a wide range of drinks including real ales, real cider, teas, coffees, lager, spirits and soft drinks. The pub won the Campaign for Real Ale Cambridge and District Branch award for Rural Community Pub of the Year last year. Read more
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|Emma Long (Police, Comms officer, Corp Comms)|
Stopping distances, consequences of hitting a child and fuel consumption are a few things covered in the quiz to test your knowledge of the difference between driving at 20mph and 30mph. The quiz, has been created as part of a month-long THINK! speed campaign educating motorists of the consequences of speeding.
We are encouraging motorists to take part in the short quiz to test your knowledge of the difference between driving at 20mph and 30mph. The quiz can be found here: https://www.qzzr.com/c/quiz/248588/know-the-difference-cambridgeshire
If you kill someone while speeding, you will have to live with the long-term emotional consequences. Remember that speed limits are there for a reason. Traffic Sergeant Ian Manley
From September, Haslingfield children’s art workshop is changing. I have been running the regular art workshop on a Thursday after school for eight years and now feel it is time for a change. In that time many children have made some wonderful crafts and I have really enjoyed being part of their creativity. Please have a look at the Haslingfield Art and Craft website to view their work. http://prue20.wix.com/artworkshop. I will still be organising workshops in the school holidays throughout the year so I will not be finishing completely. Meanwhile Christine Le Grand will be taking over the Thursday after school art club which will now be based in Haslingfield Primary school for key stage 2. You can contact Christine via email@example.com or Haslingfield Primary School for more information. Prue van der Hoorn
Country Kitchen is very happy and proud to have been awarded the ‘Farm Shop / Deli of the year’ in the Cambridge Evening News Food and Drinks Awards 2016. We would like to express a very heart-felt thanks to all our loyal customers, and especially those that voted for us. Short-listing of the three finalists was based entirely on customer nominations and we were up against Shelford Deli and Radmore Farm shop in Chesterton. Read more
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Do YOU want to make a real difference and get involved in the important issues in the village such as environment, playground and skatepark, speeding on Barton road, parking near the school, buildings and planning regulation then become a Haslingfield Parish Councillor.
The Haslingfield Parish Council meets on the second Monday of each month in the Village Hall. If you are interested in becoming involved with running the parish and contributing to decision making which affects your village please contact the Parish Clerk, Frances Laville on 01223 264360 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or attend one of the monthly meetings and get a feeling as to what is involved.
With little time spent you can make a real difference and make your village a better place to live and work!
|Lindsay Gardiner (Police, PCSO, South Cambridgeshire – Cambourne)|
We have recently had reports of suspicious activity in a local village involving people going door to door offering to clean windows and carry out general maintenance to properties. We recommend that you research online before saying yes to their services, ask for a card/ leaflet with their details and obtain a written quote.
To refresh your memory here is a selection of the scarecrows which were on display this year.