Saturday 2nd November, 10am – 2 pm
On Sunday the 3rd November we celebrate again our medieval parish church’s dedication to ‘All the Saints’. It reminds us that our church has stood proud and strong at the heart of our village through storms, wars, village festivals, in both sad and happy times, since 1352. Like all old buildings it needs on-going repair and updating for this new century. It needs the support of local ‘saints’ such as yourselves. Read more
A service for Haslingfield, Harston and The Eversdens to remember loved ones who have died will take place in Harlton Parish Church on Thursday 31st October at 7.30pm. During the service there will be an opportunity to hear the names of people you have loved who have passed away. There will also be a time for candles to be lit to remember those people, followed by a period of quiet reflection. All are welcome to this service.
The Children’s Sunday Club is held at All Saints Church on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 9.30am, whilst the main service is taking place. The children move to the vestry (recently refurbished) after the first hymn, where they listen to a Bible story, do a craft activity and learn a song. They re-join the service shortly before it ends. Read more
From 6 October Sunday Lunch will once more be served at The Little Rose. Phone 01223 870618 to book.
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Saturdays 12th and 26th October, 9th and 23rd November, 7th and 21st December 2013;
Time: 10.30 am to 12.00;
Place: Methodist Church Room, High Street, Haslingfield.
Coffee and cakes served. Read more
The next meeting of the FILM CLUB will be at 7.30pm on Friday 11th October 2013 in the Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms. Admission is free. Running time c.92 min., Certificate 12A. French with subtitles. 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
The Mary Rose
“A Tudor Warship Revealed”, by Alan Eade
Haslingfield Village Hall
Tuesday 15th October 2013 at 8.00 pm
Britain’s best klezmer and Balkan music band, will be playing in All Saints’ Church, Haslingfield, on Friday 8 November at 7.30 pm.
Tickets £13, £11 concessions, £6 children, from Cambridge Corn Exchange Box Office, 01223 357851, 2 Wheeler St., Cambridge CB2 3QB; online: www.cambridgesummermusic.com , or from the Village Shop in Haslingfield. Read more
Well-house Meadow wildflower project.
The area that has been prepared for the wildflower project is looking in very good shape (nearly everything dead, soil warm and damp) ready for seeding on Monday of next week. Rather than rotovate the soil the District Ecology Officer has advised that it would be better if it was lightly raked. This is therefore a request for as many people as possible to come and lend a hand either on Sunday afternoon – 29th September – at 3pm, or on Monday 30th at 1.30pm. If you are able to come just bring yourself and a rake, even better bring a friend and two rakes. With lots of us the job will be done in no time. The picture shows the annual wildflowers sown on the bonfire site which made a wonderful display this summer (click on it).
Rebecca Ridley 870109
MetroInns Ltd took over the tenancy of The Little Rose last week on an initial one year deal with Greene King. Scarlett & Paul, who were temporarily ‘on loan’ from one of the company’s other pubs, have now left and been replaced by the permanent team, Alison & Steven James. Read more
Bake House Firing
As part of ALL SAINTS Fete we are firing up the Bakehouse starting at 11.00am on 14th September to make some real bread. If you’d like to join us and try your hand at baking then bring your dough, cake or scone mix (with cream and jam of course) to the Bakehouse in Wellhouse Meadow at about 12.30.
There’s nothing better than really fresh baked fare! Hope to see you there!
Any questions call Roger on 870100
When? Saturday 14 September, 2.30 pm – 5.00 pm.
Where? Old Vicarage garden – next to the churchyard.
Why? To enjoy a great afternoon!
Teas, stalls, games, books, bric-a-brac, brass band, entertainer – all the fun of a traditional village fete. Read more