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Film Club

movie cameraThe next show will be at 7.30pm on Friday 14th February 2014 in the Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms (seats on the back row are going fast!)  Admission is free.  Running time 95min., Certificate PG and subtitles for the ‘Hard of Hearing’. Read more

Next Village Society Talk

Breaking Rules: Causes of Young People’s Crime.  This talk will summarize findings about young people’s lives, and crimes, and crucially, demonstrate the nature of the coming together of individuals and their environments that is at the root of crime.  The speaker is Beth Hardie, research Manager of PADS+ ( Peterborough Adolescent and Young Adult Development Study, based at Cam. Univ. )  and co-author of ‘Breaking the Rules’.   This study was hailed as ‘among the most significant works in criminology in decades’.   Beth Hardie lives in Haslingfield.   Tues., 18th February 2014 in the Haslingfield Village Hall at  8:00 PM.  ALL WELCOME. School age and Members free.  Small charge for visitors.

The Future of Bourn Brook – Open Meeting

Bourne BrookBourne BrookBourne Brook-bmpDear all,
 I work for the Wildlife Trust with a focus at the moment on the Bourn Brook, which rises to the east of Eltisley and flows into the River Rhee (or Upper Cam) at Byron’s Pool, running through (or along the boundaries of) the parishes of  Eltisley,  Caxton,  Bourn,  Kingston,  Great Eversden,  Little Eversden,  Caldecote,  Toft,  Comberton,  Barton,  Harlton,  Haslingfield,  Grantchester and near to Cambourne.  We are holding an open meeting on Weds 5th February at Bourn Golf Club, 7pm-9.30pm to explain what’s been happening on the brook over the last few years, to listen to what people have to say and to find out whether anyone is interested in getting involved with looking after this local feature.  Everyone welcome.

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January Village Society Talk

cement worksBarrington Cement Works: very near, very important, very interesting.
Its geography, history, archaeology, and stories of 44 years of employment there are the subjects of the next Haslingfield Village Society talk.   John Drayton, who received an MBE for services to the Quarry Industry and Geology, will be presenting this comprehensive talk.  Something for everyone,  Tues., 21 January 2014,  Haslingfield Village Hall, 8PM.   All are welcome; members and school age FREE.   Small charge for visitors.

Film Club

movie cameraNext showing will be at 7.30pm on Friday 10th January 2014 in the Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms.  Admission is free.  Running time 110min. Certificate: 15+  Contains strong language.  There will be subtitles for the ‘Hard of Hearing’.  We shall break for tea/coffee and biscuits half way through and there will be a collection to cover refreshments and use of the rooms. Read more

New Year’s Day Walk

2014! Time to step lively (or leisurely) into the New Year.  Join the traditional New Year’s Day walk lead by the Haslingfield Village Society. All ages, all sexes, all dogs on leads. Lots of fun with great conversation on the way.  And it’s free. Read more

Family Carol Concert

eversden bandEversden Brass Band

Saturday 14 December at 4.00 pm
in All Saints’ Church, Haslingfield

Come and choose your favourite Carols!

Tea, coffee, soft drinks and hot mince pies from 3.30 pm


Next show will be at 7.30 pm on Friday 13th December 2013 in the Haslingfield Methodist Church movie cameraRooms.  Admission is free. Running time 1hr 54min. Certificate: Suitable for all.  We shall break for tea/coffee and biscuits half way through and there will be a collection to cover refreshments and use of the rooms. Read more