This Friday 14th March at 3pm in the Methodist Church. The theme is Brilliant Black. Creative crafts – Refreshments – Conversation - Fun – All age - Informal Worship – All welcome – Relax – and of course be MESSY. No commitment, no cost. Come and try it.
On Thursday, 10 April at 7.30 pm, The Hradec Quartet will be performing in All Saints Church, Haslingfield. They will be playing Josef Suk’s Meditation, Beethoven’s Quartet in F minor Op. 95 (Serioso), and Ravel’s Quartet in F major.
Tickets are available at Haslingfield Village Shop or on the door. They cost £10 (£7 concessions) and include wine or juice.
For £25 you will get two steaks (8oz rump or sirloin), chips, onion rings, mushrooms and tomato plus a bottle of wine on Steak Night. It takes place this Saturday evening 8th March at the Little Rose Pub. Booking is essential so call the Little Rose on 01223-870618. All meat is supplied by Barker Brothers Butchers in Shelford.
There will be an ecumenical service to mark the Women’s World Day of Prayer in the Methodist Church on Friday 7th March at 6.30pm. The service was prepared by the women of Egypt. All are welcome
Scouring the pages of the ‘Cambridge Chronicle’ for material for the Village Society’s November 11 presentation, I came across a letter written in September 1914, just after the outbreak of war, extolling the virtues of flannelette as opposed to flannel underwear for the troops. Read More
Haslingfield Christians are offering a Week of Prayer to our village from 5th-11th March 2014.
Haslingfield Christians includes All Saints’ Parish Church, the Methodist Church, Roman Catholic House Group and Christians who worship at other churches in the city and in other villages.
There will be 9 places in the village for you to ‘Pause and Ponder’. If you are unable to join the Guided Walk on the 8th March, just walk around the village and pause at each one a moment to read and reflect.
In less than 8 weeks’ time, 26 year old, James van der Hoorn from Moss Drive, Haslingfield will be running 156 miles across one of the most desolate landscapes on Earth. Described by National Geographic as the toughest footrace on the planet, The Marathon des Sables is run across the Sahara Desert. James’ chosen charity for this footrace is Mencap.
Here he explains why he’s attempting it and why the sacrifices will all be worth it… Read More
HASLINGFIELD PARISH COUNCIL
Minutes of meeting held on Monday 10th February 2014 Read More
The Cambridge City Foodbank is at the centre of a local community project. Food is donated through the generosity of the public, and 90+ professional agencies in the Cambridge area assess and refer people in crisis to the foodbank’s distribution centres using a voucher system. Read More
A Lent Course will begin at 1.30pm Thursday 13th March 2014 at Haslingfield Methodist Church. It will meet weekly on Thursdays at the same time (1.30-3.20pm) and is available to all Christians in Haslingfield.
This Friday 14th February at 3.00pm in the Methodist Church. The theme is Radiant Red. Creative crafts – Refreshments – Conversation – Fun – All age – Informal Worship – All welcome – Relax – and of course be MESSY. No commitment, no cost. Come and try it!
Terry Baker, who lives in Haslingfield, has been asked to help create part of a garden at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show for the charity ‘Squeaky Gate’, which provides support to young people with mental health difficulties. The garden will include a paving made out of 2p coins – the aim being to raise £4,500 worth of 2ps to make a pathway. Read More