A day of opera and popular choruses,including the famous
Easter Hymn from Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana
On Saturday 9 June at 7.30 pm
LUKE FITZGERALD, organ scholar from Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge will give an organ concert. Luke was formerly an Organ Scholar at Harlton Church and we look forward to welcoming him to Haslingfield. Tickets on the door £10.
On Saturday 30 June at 7.30 pm
the NEW CAMBRIDGE SINGERS present a concert entitled ‘O How Glorious’ – a celebration of England’s remarkable tradition of choral music including the world premiere of Hilary Burgoyne’s Fantasia on an Anthem by Tallis, featuring an audience chorus. Those interested should contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets £10 available nearer the time.
Enquiries for both concerts 01223 872190.
REMINDER: At tonight’s Film Club (Friday 11th May 2018) at 7.30pm we shall meet in Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms. Admission is free. Running time 112 min. Certificate: 12+. We break for tea, coffee and biscuits half way through. ‘Hard of hearing’ subtitles will be used.
To avoid having a fixed charge for the evening we have opted (for copyright reasons) not to advertise details of the films on notice boards, the web site or in the Church and Village Magazine. As an alternative we ask for a voluntary donation of from £3 each to cover cost of refreshments and use of the premises. Please invite friends and let me know if there are others who would like to be included on the email list.
Well, it seems like yesterday that we opened Country Kitchen, but it was in fact a whole 5 years ago. How time flies when you’re having fun! On Easter Monday we made a few changes to the shop, and are now pleased to have 2 deli counters. This allows us to have a dedicated deli counter for all the lovely home-made food we produce ourselves in the kitchen, and one for cheeses, olives, cured meats and other delicacies from our wonderful suppliers. The new arrangement will allow our continued expansion and growth, and provides a little more space for everyone. Please do pop in and see the changes. Last week we enjoyed birthday cake and bubbly that went down well with customers and staff alike! We thank all our fabulous customers for your continued support and look forward to seeing you in the ’new look’ shop soon.
On Monday, April 9th at 3pm, a team will ring a full peal to commemorate those from Haslingfield who died in the First World War. April 9th is the anniversary of the death of Private Edward Newling who was born in the village and who was killed in action when serving in the Suffolk Regiment. Private Newling has descendants who live in the village today. Read more
The next Film Club meeting will be held on Friday 13th April 2018 at 7.30pm. We shall meet in Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms. Admission is free. Running time 113 min. Certificate: 12+. We break for tea, coffee and biscuits, half way through. ‘Hard of hearing’ subtitles will be used. Read more
Pilot and Author, Chris Sullivan, will speak on the story of R.A.F. Gransden Lodge. After being put to valuable use by the R.A.F.’s Bomber and Transport Commands, it was subsequently the venue for the first post-war motor races to take place in the U.K. After a long period during which it was under consideration as a base for Cold War American forces it was returned to agriculture, until the Cambridge Gliding Centre set up operations there in the early 1990s. Haslingfield Village Society, Tuesday, 17th April, 8:00PM, Haslingfield Village Hall.
Join fellow villagers of all ages as we walk to the Jubilee Woods and the River Cam (1/2 mile each way). We’ll collect our impressions of spring in the young wood, using words and pictures, and create a community poem to share and possibly “publish” amongst ourselves.
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Tiffany with the Myke Clifford Trio
Wicken Fen, Past, Present and Future
Dr Peter Green will give an overview of the creation of the Fen and the various drainage schemes. He will then detail how Wicken was one of the few small areas to escape drainage thanks, in part, to the efforts of scientists from Cambridge. Once the National Trust was formed it bought part of Wicken Fen and was donated much more by these same Cambridge Scientists. The talk will then detail how the National Trust has maintained the Fen and the reasons for, and progress, of the Wicken Fen Vision, a 100 year project to ensure the long term preservation of this extremely important ecosystem.