Here’s a mash up of the still images of the storm on the night of Wednesday 19th July 2017 taken by village resident Doug Thompson, from the Rec. Doug put this together himself…
All the photos are taken by Haslingfield Village Resident Doug Thompson and were taken from the Rec
The Little Rose is the last pub in the village. It has a comfortable lounge bar/dining room, a separate public bar, and a large garden with children’s play area and a petanque piste with floodlights. Families with children of any age are warmly welcome. It serves food including special children’s meals and there’s a wide range to activities based at the pub. There is now a Little Rose Support Group which has registered the pub as an Asset of Community Value. This gives the pub a small measure of protection.
For ages 6 – 11 years. Come to an art and crafty day on Thursday 31st August at Haslingfield Village Hall.
* Morning session 9:30am ~ 12:30pm
* Afternoon session 1:30pm ~ 4:30pm
Cost for each session £25 or all day from 9:30 to 16:30 for £60.
We will make and create a wide range of crafts and include some painting. Please look at the website for past activities: http://prue20.wixsite.com/artworkshop. Email for more information and booking: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01223 872362 before August 17th.
As reported a few weeks ago by the helpthehareandhounds committee, we have raised sufficient funds to buy the pub. We expect exchange of contracts to take place either in July or August, completion in August or September and we hope to open the pub sometime in September or October. We have interviewed a number of potential tenants and we now have preferred candidates. We cannot sign a tenancy agreement until the property transaction is complete.
The Steering Group is very optimistic and positive on all fronts. Matters are taking a little longer than we had originally hoped, but we see this as a short pause in the long history and prosperous future of our Harlton village pub.
The A14 mobile visitor centre coming to Harston on Wednesday 12 July, between 6 and 8pm. This is an opportunity to see what progress has been made. There will be staff on hand to answer your questions about traffic management, scheme progress and explain timescales etc. for the work. It will be in the car park at the recreation ground, the Limes, Harston CB22 7QT
These are a series of articles which give more insight into the history of the Haslingfield Village Hall aka Pavilion and the recreating ground around it.
Before we start with the village hall we need to have a look at the recreation ground on which the hall was built. This ground was given as a legacy by Mr. Henry Badcock, who died on October 10th, 1921. He was a local Victorian figure, a reserved, kind man who farmed land at the bottom of Barrington Hill. He left some of his money in the hands of trustees with verbal instructions that the money was to be used for the specific purpose to buy a small piece of land which was to be used as a recreation ground for all the villagers to use.
The field that was purchased was running along river lane and was separated from another field by a long hedge running along its edge. This field was owned by the Chivers family, who gave it to the village on the condition that the two fields were made into one and used as a recreation ground in perpetuity. This is more or less the size and location of the current recreation ground.
On Sunday 3 September between 2.00 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. you will be able to 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.
Please put the date in your diary/calendar!
On Monday 17 July, we will be holding the Read-through for Lionel Bart’s musical, Oliver! This will be followed by Open Auditions on Thursday 20 July. Both will take place at Haslingfield Village Hall at 7.30 pm. If you are interested in being involved in this exciting production, on stage or as part of the production team, you are very welcome come along! Read more
The next Pop-Up Coffee Shop at the Methodist Church is Tuesday 11th July 8:45 – 11:30am and we are raising funds with “Home-Start Royston and South Cambs”, a family support charity . Come along for fairtrade tea, coffee, cakes and pastries. Why not pop-in for breakfast after the school run?
Do you have a charity you like to support? We can work together to raise funds (average is £150) and awareness. We supply the tea, coffee and some of the cakes and a helper or two. You supply cakes and some helpers. We are looking for charities to support on 12th December and 13th February and onwards, always on the 2nd Tuesday/month. 9