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4 tickets left for Haslingfield Little Theatre’s LOVE IS…. tomorrow night (Saturday)

As of 12.45 p.m. (Friday) there are just 4 tickets left (£10 each) for Haslingfield Little Theatre’s May Production: Love Is…. which is being performed tomorrow night, Saturday 16 May at 7.45 p.m. in Haslingfield Village Hall.

So, if you are interested in listening to some wonderful music by some of the greats of our time, being entertained by some very funny and sometimes poignant sketches and poems, not to mention consuming some delicious complimentary canapés, please ring Jan straight away on 01223 872007 to buy your ticket. Read more

VILLAGE SUMMER FUN DAY: Sunday 5th July

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Little Owls Preschool LogoLittle Owls Preschool and Haslingfield Tennis Club would like to invite you to a Village Summer Fun Day on Sunday 5th July 2015 from midday onwards at Haslingfield Village Hall and recreational grounds. There will be heaps of activities for all ages including tennis, sports, games, live music, bouncy castle and a delicious bbq and refreshments… Read more

TICKETS ON SALE NOW – LOVE IS…. Haslingfield Little Theatre’s New Show

love_is(RGB)Tickets are now available for Haslingfield Little Theatre’s – LOVE IS…. at 7.45 p.m. on 16 May at Haslingfield Village Hall. Do join us for this memorable evening and relax around café-style tables, enjoying: Funny sketches by well-loved comedy writers, moving and light-hearted poems, and wonderful songs by some of the greats of our time….  Read more

Haslingfield Little Theatre receives two Award Nominations

HLT LOGO (2) jpgIn May 2014, we performed 84 Charing Cross Road – the wonderful true-life play about a New York writer and her London bookseller. We are delighted to announce that the National Operatic and Dramatic Association East Region (NODA) have nominated us for two awards: Best Play 2014, and Best Technical 2014 for Sets and Props.

Click on Read More below to to see the play photos and find out what was involved in putting on this demanding play. Read more

BLUE SKIES BIG BAND comes to Haslingfield – in aid of the Ebola Crisis Fund

Band PhotoOn Saturday 28 February, the Blue Skies Big Band will be performing in Haslingfield Village Hall in association with Haslingfield Little Theatre. The concert is in aid of the Ebola Crisis Fund, will feature a wide range of Swing, Dixie and popular Jazz music from the 15-piece band. Doors open at 7.30 p.m. with concert starting at 8.00 p.m. There will be a bar, but please bring your own “nibbles”. Tickets available at £10 per person at Haslingfield Village Shop & Country Kitchen, or from Terry on: 01223 872150.

Come and enjoy a great evening’s entertainment – in a good cause

Wine & Cheese Evening at Haslingfield Primary School – sponsored by Waitrose

wine and cheeseYou are warmly invited to a wine and cheese evening, sponsored by Waitrose, at Haslingfield Primary School on 5 February 2015 at 7.30 p.m. A Waitrose sommelier will talk us through a variety of wines and of course there will be plenty of tasting! A light buffet of cheese, crackers and fruit is also included in the ticket price. Please join us for what will be a great early Valentines evening or a night out with friends.

Tickets available in advance from the school office, or by email to ptfahaslingfield@gmail.com, at £10 each. All proceeds to benefit the school swimming pool which offers pupils weekly swimming lessons and after school swimming clubs during the summer term.

Haslingfield Little Owls Pre-school – Annual Jumble Sale

Little Owls Preschool LogoThe Haslingfield Little Owls Pre-school Annual Jumble Sale will take place on Saturday 24th January at 2pm in Haslingfield Village Hall. Please bring any items of jumble to the hall on the day from 10.30-12.30 (no electrical items please).

                                                      Come along and grab some bargains plus enjoy the delicious Little Owls Café.

Play Trail Appeal for Haslingfield School

Many of the outdoor play facilities at Haslingfield Primary School are in disrepair, this is of particular concern given the emphasis on outdoor activity in the new Physical Education curriculum. As Government funding for Cambridgeshire schools is notoriously low the PTFA is working with Ms. Peck (Leading Senior Teacher and PE Coordinator) to raise money for a new outdoor play facility called a Play Trail. This will have two components, a traverse wall and a wooden obstacle course. See images and more details on how you can help by clicking on ‘Read More’ below: Read more

Charity Fair – Thank you

Charity FairA massive “Thank You” to everyone who supported the Fair. We have just heard from all the charities, and can now let you know that the total raised was £2,386.00!!

We are fortunate to live in such a caring community.  The money will be put to good use by all the charities.