Fresh from their success in Paris, City of Cambridge Brass Band performs in the great arena of Haslingfield’s medieval parish church to celebrate the 2012 Jubilee. Wednesday 6th June at 8.00 pm. Read more
Hear, ye! Hear,Ye! “Pickwick’s Cambridge Scrapbook” read by Mike Petty, with references to Haslingfield. Mike is an authority on Cambridge and the fenland and has won a national award for his lectures and articles. We know his talks as informative and amusing. Read more
The next film show will be at 7.30 on Friday 11th May 2012 in Haslingfield Methodist Church. Admission is free. Tea/Coffee half way through, collection to cover refreshments and facilities. Read more
Saturday 12th May 7.00 – 10.30 pm
All Saints’ Church, Haslingfield
Who stole a green flounced petticoat from the house of Thomas Prime of Haslingfield in the County of Cambridge on 18 September 1784? And what else did he nick? To find the answer to this and a hundred other gems of essential knowledge you’ll need this fascinating publication. Read more
It Shouldn’t Happen to a Vet – BUT IT HAS!
John Grieve of the Cambridge Veterinary Group will speak of adventures and misadventures during his career. This promises to be a humorous and interesting evening, to which all are welcome. Tuesday April 17, Haslingfield Village Hall, 8:00 PM. Members and school aged children free, small charge for adult visitors. Refreshments included.
“From the North Sea to the Mediterranean”
An illustrated travelogue by popular speaker Chris Hammond, Haslingfield Village Centre, Tuesday 20 March at 8.00pm Read more
The next film show will be at 7.30 on Friday 9th March 2012 in Haslingfield Methodist Church. Admission is free. Tea/Coffee half way through, collection to cover refreshments and facilities. Read more
Haslingfield Scarecrow Festival
will take place on 14 – 16 September. To take part in this exciting event please contact Alix Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org , or 870167) as soon as possible.
Sunday March 25th
All Saints’ Church Haslingfield at 7.30pm.
Haslingfield Choir and Orchestra
Durufle: Requiem Haydn: ‘Nelson’ Mass
Soloists: Vanessa Ashbee, Anna Harvey, Julian Gregory and Nick Mogg
Conductor: Graham Walker