Community Bake Up on Well House Meadow

Saturday 10 June from 9.00 am, baking 11.00 am until 1.00 pm
Free!
 Bring your own bread or scone doughCoffee, tea and beverages will be available. This is traditionally a happy, very social occasion with people sharing if so inclined.  If you want to be involved in firing up the oven, the team will welcome you to the Bake House at 9:00AM.  For more information contact:
Roger Willcocks: 01223 870100
/ rwwillcocks@hotmail.com

Pub Quiz This Friday 26th May

Little Rose Opening Hours

Little Rose Opening Hours

This Friday 26th May sees the next Little Rose Pub Quiz, which takes place on the last Friday of every month. Start the Bank Holiday weekend by testing your knowledge. Teams of any number, up to a maximum of six, can take part. Cost of entry is only £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. We can also make up teams from whoever turns up on the night. The quiz now takes place on the last Friday of every month so next month’s quiz will be on Friday 30th June. It’s great fun with a good number of all local teams taking part. There’s 6 rounds covering many topics including a topical quiz round as well as a picture round. The quiz finishes around 10pm with a break halfway through.

“Live Theatre” Tonight (18 May) – Tickets available on the Door!

Doors open at 7.00 pm tonight (Haslingfield Village Hall) for the first night of our hilarious production – Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer and Bride before a Fall by Robert Scott (7.45 pm start). If you haven’t bought a ticket, they are available until 6.30 pm at www.haslingfieldlittletheatre.co.uk and there will be also be some available at the door.

Hope you’ll be joining us there! Read more

Distraction Burglaries

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Rachel Carr (Police, Community Safety Officer, South Cambridgeshire)

Police are urging residents to be vigilant and to look out for elderly relatives and neighbours following a spate of distraction burglaries in Cambridge City.
Most of the burglaries have involved criminals claiming to be either police officers or Neighbourhood Watch members.
The burglaries happened on Saturday (May 13) in Emery St. and Russell Ct, yesterday in New St. and at about 6a.m. Monday (May 15) in James St.
After making the false claim the offender has pushed past the victim. In Monday’s incident, the burglar assaulted the victim and pushed them to the ground before stealing money. Click on READ MORE for more information and how to protect yourselves. Read more

Last Chance to Buy Tickets – Black Comedy & Bride before a Fall!

Join Haslingfield Little Theatre for an evening of hilarity this Thursday 18th, Friday 19th or Saturday 20th May at 7.45 pm at Haslingfield Village Hall. They are putting on two brilliant one-act farces: Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer and Bride before a Fall by Robert Scott. Tickets at £9/£6 concessions (concessions, Thursday and Friday only) at: www.haslingfieldlittletheatre.co.uk. There are also a few left in the Village Shop and Country Kitchen. To see some Production Photos, click Read more

Ransomware Cyber Attack

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Action Fraud (Action Fraud, Administrator, National)


Following the ransomware cyber attack on Friday 12 May which affected the NHS and is believed to have affected other organisations globally, the City of London Police’s National Fraud Intelligence Bureau has issued an alert urging both individuals and businesses to follow protection advice immediately and in the coming days.
Ransomware is a form of malicious software (Malware) that enables cyber criminals to remotely lock down files on your computer or mobile device. Criminals will use ransomware to extort money from you (a ransom), before they restore access to your files. There are many ways that ransomware can infect your device, whether it be a link to a malicious website in an unsolicited email, or through a security vulnerability in a piece of software you use.

For Key Protect messages for business and Key Protect advice for individuals click on Read More. Read more

Hare and Hounds – Pop Up Pub

For all people who are interested in the Hare and Hounds Community Pub proposal, the steering committee is organising another “POP UP PUB” event. They would love you to join them on:

Friday 19th May in the Harlton Village Hall. Doors open at 6.00 pm until 11.00 pm

You will be able to purchase real ale and bottled beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks. Food at the pop-up pub this Friday is provided by PAPA. Hear the latest progress on the bid to reopen the Hare and Hounds pub. Let’s all join in and make this a fabulous evening!  More details are here:

Black Comedy & Bride before a Fall – on Next Week in Haslingfield

Next week, on 18, 19 and 20 May at 7.45 pm we will be performing our uproarious one-act comic plays at Haslingfield Village Hall: Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer and Bride before a Fall by Robert Scott. We look forward to welcoming you to a great evening’s entertainment. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, there are still some available at £9/£6 concessions at: www.haslingfieldlittletheatre.co.uk.

Last night’s rehearsal was hilarious  – here are a few rehearsal photos to give you a flavour of what to expect. Read more

Operation Hunter – a crime prevention event organised by the Police and NHW Tuesday 6th June between 5pm – 8pm

The police will be here in Haslingfield during the day, officers will be patrolling key areas of the village to increase awareness of security, and promote the event in the village hall between 5pm – 8pm.

James Sutherland, Area Commander for South Cambs is due to give a brief talk regarding home security measures, including some advice regarding cyber- crime at 6pm.  Please join us! For more information click on READ MORE. Read more

Next Village Society Talk

On Tuesday 23rd May 2017 at 8.00pm in Haslingfield Village Hall, Jenny Oxley, Curator/Manager of Royston Museum will talk on Royston Tapestry and the History of Royston and its Museum”.   Read more

PTFA Quiz Night!

Fundraising Quiz Night – Thursday 18th May, 7.30pm. 
Dust off your thinking caps and come along to our fundraising quiz night at Haslingfield Primary School on Thursday 18th May 7.30pm! Bring a team or join a table on the night. There will be a cash and hamper prize for the winning team! Tickets cost £10 per person which includes quiz entry and a delicious two course meal followed by tea/coffee. The PTFA is very proud to be partnering with the catering arm of Cambridge Food Cycle, so you will be supporting two charities in one event! Tickets must be bought in advance from ptfahaslingfield@gmail.com. We hope to see you there!

Age UK Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Information Session: 11 May, Methodist Church

Age UK Cambridgeshire and Peterborough is our local independent charity working with, and for, older people across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. Their objectives are to help older people to maintain their independence, health and wellbeing by providing services that meet their individual needs.

On Thursday 11th May, from 2pm to 3pm, in the Methodist Church, there will be the opportunity to find out more about the Information and Advice Service that they offer.  Read more

Parking Crackdown – Area Commander Update

Message sent by
James Sutherland (Police, Chief Inspector, South Cambridgeshire)

In February we launched a web-site where you could register complaints about parking in your village. As promised we have taken the information that you gave us and have run our first two crackdown days.
During these days we ring-fenced our PCSOs and deployed them only to the places where you told us parking was a problem.  Before deploying our PCSOs I took a careful review of the information and it was clear to me that a lot of the parking being complained about wasn’t necessarily illegal.  This is due to some confusion about the difference between a Highway Code Rule and the rules established by the Road Traffic Act.  Without getting too technical, there are some rules in the highway code which are ‘should not’ and some that are ‘must not’.  Only the latter can be legally enforced.  Click on Read More for further information. Read more