Far Away Places.
Tuesday, 21 May 2013. Haslingfield Village Centre. 8:00.
Michael Coles will take us on a journey through India from the Himalayas, down the Ganges and on to the far south in Kerala. His illustrated talk will cover natural wonders, picturesque people, fauna, flora, cities and countryside. Read more
Come and see the inside of Haslingfield’s historic bake house and browse a section of the village’s extensive archive of old document and photographs. Saturday morning, 4th of May, from 10.00 am to midday on Well House Meadow.
Have a look at our new web site and find out about church and community activities. There is Coffee House, Community Film Club, guest speakers, activities for young people and much more. Watch a welcome video by Catherine Dixon our student minister. Did you know the first Methodist Chapel in the village was built in 1867 with donations from local farm workers and the building still stands today? Do you know where it is?
Artistry in Cocoa
Haslingfield Village Society, Tuesday, 16 April in the Village Centre at 8:00 pm
Cheryl Brightly, a finalist in the Academy of Chocolatiers International Competition, will talk about the history of chocolate, how it is grown, made, and processed. A demonstration with cocoa pods will be given, and a sample from an Aztec recipe made. Some samples will be brought along! Read more
Haslingfield Methodist Church
As part of our Easter activities we plan to show The Gospel of Us on Easter Saturday 30th March 2013 at 7.00pm for 7.30pm. Coffee served from 7.00pm – Everyone Welcome. Read more
In order to test the potential interest in a film club for children in the village we are planning to show a children’s film on Saturday 13th April 2013 beginning at 10.00am with the film starting at 10.15am: details below. If you know of any young families who might be interested, please let them know or ask them to email me on Phildale48@aol.com
The next Film Club evening we will be at 7.30pm on Friday 12th April in Haslingfield Methodist Church. Admission is free. Running time c.100 min. Break for tea/coffee and biscuits half way through. Collection to cover refreshments and use of room.
For copyright reasons we cannot advertise the film in C&V and on the village notice boards in the usual way, but we can invite friends. If you or your friends would like to be included in the circulation emails, please let me know on Phildale48@aol.com
The next film club meeting will be at will be at 7.30pm on Friday 8th March 2013 in Haslingfield Methodist Church. Admission is free. Running time c.117 min. Certificate 15+. Break for tea/coffee and biscuits half way through. Collection to cover refreshments and use of the room. Read more
The Cambridge Dial-a-Ride Service provides volunteer operated mini-bus services and assistance for people who have difficulty accessing or using other means of transport. The service covers Haslingfield and now they need our help. They have been selected to share in £10000 of funding put up by The Cambridge Building Society in their Cash for The Community programme and they need our assistance to obtain the biggest share possible. All you have to do is collect as many as possible of the tokens that will be appearing in Cambridge Evening News until 25th February. The more tokens collected in their name the more will be their share of the £10000. The collected tokens should be put into an envelope with Cambridge Dial-a-Ride on the front and delivered to The Village Shop or to Alan Edwards (60 Barton Road).
Where the wild things are! Rebecca Willers from Shepreth Wildlife Park will talk about the work there, her experiences with The Tiger Anti-poaching Project in Sumatra and the Hedgehog Hospital Project. Tues., 19 February, 8:00pm at The Village Centre. Members and school age childrena free; small charge for non-members. All Welcome.
The next film show will be at 7.30pm on Friday 8th February 2013 in Haslingfield Methodist Church. Admission is free. Running time c. 140 min., rating 12. Tea & Coffee break, collection to cover refreshments and use of room. Read more
The next film show will be at Friday 18th January 2013 at 7.30pm in Haslingfield Methodist Church. Admission is free. Running time c. 14o min. Tea/Coffee half way through, collection to cover refreshments and use of room. Read more
CAMBRIDGE GROCER –
The story of Matthew’s of Trinity Street 1832-1962
told by Judy Wilson
Haslingfield Village Hall, 8.00 pm, Tuesday 15th January, 2013
Many will remember Matthew & Son, the high-class grocery shop that was a feature of Trinity Street for 130 years until the early 1960s, trading in premises now occupied by Heffers Bookshop. The talk will tell the story of this well regarded Cambridge grocer and wine merchant and of the family that ran it for three generations.