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Jack and the Beanstalk – MATINEE SOLD OUT!

HLT LOGO (2) jpg All the matinee tickets for Haslingfield Little Theatre’s Jack and the Beanstalk on Saturday, 29 November at 2.30 p.m. have now been sold. There are still plenty of tickets available for the evening performances: 27, 28, 29 November at 7.30 p.m. in Haslingfield Village Hall. Click Read More for full details: Read more

Jack and the Beanstalk – Tickets now in Shops!

jack and the beanstalk poster revised versionYou can now buy your tickets for Haslingfield Little Theatre’s panto, Jack and the Beanstalk. Performances are on 27, 28 and 29 November at Haslingfield Village Hall, and start at 7.30 p.m. with a matinee performance at 2.30 p.m. on Saturday 29 November.

The show will include a seven-foot giant, a beanstalk that grows to 15 feet before your very eyes, a strangely attractive dame, a dancing cow, great song and dance numbers, as well, of course, as the thigh-slapping Principal Boy!

Tickets cost £8 per person (£6 concessions – no concessions Saturday evening), and are available at The Village Shop and Country Kitchen. Alternatively, please ring Jan on: 01223 872007, or email

Haslingfield Bonfire & Fireworks – Saturday 1st November

FireworksPlease come along to Haslingfield and Barton Scout Group and Little Owls Pre-school Bonfire and Fireworks on Saturday 1st November at Wellhouse Meadow, Haslingfield. Starts at 6 pm.

A variety of hot food, cakes and drinks will be served throughout the evening. Tickets are £4 and under 5’s are free. Buy your tickets on the night or purchase them in advance from the Village Shop, Country Kitchen and at Little Owls Pre-School. We hope to see you there!

Haslingfield Sustainable Parish Energy Partnership

SPEP WestThank you to everyone who took part in the sustainable parish energy partnership projects last year in the village. We had a great turnout at our Energy Day and fantastic feedback from the Thermal Imaging surveys – hopefully it was all useful!

This year we are not running any events in the village, however SPEP is still operating across the district and everyone is welcome at neighbouring parish events! We can also still organise for residents to borrow and use various equipment from South Cambs, including Energy monitors and the NEW energy saving light bulb library all for FREE! Please click ‘Read More’ below for more info: Read more

Foxton Art Exhibition: 14th – 16th November

Nearby village, Foxton, is holding an art exhibition from 14th to 16th November. Foxton Art Exhibition is an award-winning annual event held each year in November. A stylish event with exhibits from many, very talented, local artists, the exhibition is held in large, attractive, modern facilities in the heart of Foxton. Read more


CaptureOn Saturday, 11 October at 7.30 p.m. in Harlton Village Hall, Harlton resident, David Davies, will be giving an Astronomy Talk entitled “HOW I WONDER WHAT YOU ARE……?”

£5 entry: School Children Free  *  Suitable for all ages * Coffee available during the interval

To book your place, telephone Maggie on 01223 263719.

Food Safety Level 2

The Haslingfield and Harlton Luncheon Club is organising a day course for those who would like to gain this qualification. It will be held at Haslingfield Methodist Church on Saturday 8th November from 10.00am to 4.00pm. The cost is £20.00

If you would like to enrol, or get more information, please email Christine Kipping at

Urgent need for Volunteer Visitors for Age UK Cambridgeshire

Age UK CambridgeshireAn SOS has gone out to find volunteers to be part of the Age UK Cambridgeshire Visiting Scheme; which offers support to people who are lonely & isolated in later life. Age UK has a waiting list of clients in Haslingfield & adjoining areas and it is keen to hear from your readers. For more info. go to READ MORE Read more

Learn Spanish at the Little Rose

Pub Spanish at the Little Rose in Haslingfield starts on Monday 6th October.
Beginners (and false beginners): 7.30-8.30
Post GCSE or equivalent:             8.30-9.30.
£6 per lesson (10% discount of paid termly)

Contact to register (just to give me an idea of numbers). Please feel free to come along and try it out without committing. If you aren’t sure of your level, get in touch and talk it through.

New Baby Group – BABY OWLS

Baby Owls exists to give new parents the opportunity to meet each other somewhere very local, have a drink and a biscuit and/or fruit, let the babies play while you chat. The group is brand new – it’s first session was Wednesday 10 September, so it is as yet fairly unformed. It will be whatever you make it, we have no fixed idea for it, it’s up to you.

Methodist Church, 3-4.30, Wednesdays.

Join our Facebook group, search for Baby Owls

THIS SUNDAY Cream Tea Time Again!

Cream Tea This Sunday 7 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.

New Yoga Class in Haslingfield

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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

Please click “Read More” below for Term Dates and Payment Options: Read more