The Little Rose’s official Grand Opening Night takes place at 8pm this Saturday 30th August. Come and meet the new managers, Neil and Sue. People from the current owners, Wrenbridge, will also be at the pub to meet everybody. You’ll also be able to see the brand new food menu and new real ale & beer, now that the pub is a proper Freehouse and no longer anything to do with Greene King. You can also see what you think about the pub’s new decoration.
The Little Rose Pub is now selling food. The Restaurant is now open from 6pm to 9pm Mondays to Fridays, noon until 9pm on Saturdays, with Sunday Lunches served from noon until 4pm. Sunday Lunches are cooked by a local, professional chef and cost Adults £8-95 and Children £5-95. The menu also has a wide range of Children’s meals, all costing £3-00.
The pub sells teas, coffees and a special selection of children’s drinks alongside the usual real ales, lagers, wines and spirits. As the pub
Tickets will be on sale in due course from the Village Shop; advance enquiries 01223 872190
CLASSIC £5.50 / CHEESEBURGER £6.50 / SHROOM (V) £5.50
Organised by the Haslingfield Village Society
Wednesday 10th September 2014 at 10.00 am.
We will be taken on a guided tour around the museum, based in Cambridge’s old sewage pumping station on Cheddars Lane. This site was one of the earliest examples of recycling – the city’s rubbish being burned here to produce steam to power the steam engines to pump the sewage. The Museum exists to preserve industrial exhibit material relevant to the Cambridge area, and on the tour we will learn about the development of power from steam, through internal combustion, to electricity. GO TO ‘READ MORE’
The village’s Tennis Club has been in the Cambridge News this week…
Haslingfield Tennis Club going from strength to strength as they celebrate 70th anniversary
In a rural county such a Cambridgeshire, village tennis clubs have an important role to play in attracting more people to the sport…
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This Sunday, 24th August, from 1pm until 7pm, there’s a free Bar-B-Q at the Little Rose Pub in the village. The new managers, Neil and Sue, are inviting everyone along to celebrate taking over the pub. They’ll also be a full vegetarian options cooked on a separate grill. You’ll also be able to see the brand new food menu and new real ale & beer, now that the pub is a proper Freehouse and no longer anything to do with Greene King. You can also see what you think about the pub’s new decoration. This is the first in a series of special events to mark Neil and Sue now being in charge.
HASLINGFIELD PARISH COUNCIL
There will be a planning meeting onTuesday 26th August 2014 at 7.00 pm in the Village Hall Committee Room.
The History and Traditions of Chapel Hill, Haslingfield: The Pilgrimage to Our Lady of White Hill Speaker: Jonathan Spain His talk will look both at the historical evidence for the existence of the chapel or shrine and the role which local historians played in preserving that tradition over 350 years down to the present day, looking at the historical and religious motivations. It is a study in the way in which ‘local’ history and tradition is created and maintained. Haslingfield Village Hall, Tuesday 16th September 2014, 8.00pm. All are welcome.
From September 8th onwards, you will be able to practice yoga on Monday mornings in Haslingfield Village Hall. Run by Shelagh and Chris, the class will be open to beginners and experienced practitioners alike.
Classes run term time only: Mondays: 9:30am-11:00am in Haslingfield Village Hall
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On Sunday 24th August (Bank Holiday Weekend) from 1pm until 7pm there’s a free Bar-B-Q at the Little Rose Pub in the village. The new managers, Neil and Sue, are inviting everyone along to celebrate taking over the pub. You’ll also be able to see the brand new food menu and new beer, now that the pub is a proper Freehouse and no longer anything to do with Greene King. You can also see what you think about the pub’s new decoration. This is the first in a series of special events to mark Neil and Sue now being in charge.
For the sixth year running, the sponsored walk ‘In the Steps of the Bishop’ will be taking place on Saturday 20 September. We start off from the Chapel of Gonville & Caius College in Cambridge at 10.30 am and finish in Haslingfield Church at around 1 pm where refreshments will be available for tired and thirsty walkers. The walk is undertaken to commemorate the regular walk along the same route taken by Bishop Charles Mackenzie to help with services in Haslingfield. He later went to Africa in the steps of David Livingstone and founded the Christian church in what is now Malawi. All Saints Church and Haslingfield School continue to raise much needed funds for the school and church in the village of Magomero. Go to ‘READ MORE’