11 days at sea, 65 ports.
An avid traveller, Edmund Brookes describes his journey from Bergen to the Russian border and back on the ship Hurtigruiten my “Finnmarken. This was a journey of splendid vistas, not to mention the equally splendid food. This talk at the Haslingfield Village Society will be preceded by a short presentation by pupils from Haslingfield School of their digital maps of the village through time.
Tuesday, 19 January, 8:00 PM, Haslingfield Village Hall. Everyone is very welcome. Members and school age are free, small charge for visitors.
11 days at sea, 65 ports.
The Churches in Haslingfield wish you
peace, love, hope and joy this Christmas.
Christmas Services Read more
The Next Film Club meeting will be held on Friday 7th December 2018 at 7.30pm. We shall meet in Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms. Admission is free. Running time 118 min. Certificate: 12. We break for tea, coffee and MINCE PIES half way through. ‘Hard of hearing’ subtitles will be used.
A selected Imdb review:
This movie is all Class, the story-line is a sincere work of art. The best movie for a long while.
GUEST SPEAKER…DR CAITRIONA McCARTNEY
at HASLINGFIELD METHODIST CHURCH*
A FAITH TO LIVE BY SERVICE AND TALK, SUNDAY 11TH NOVEMBER 2018 AT 6.00pm
100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE END OF WW1 Read more
”My Life Behind Bars”
The Queen’s Head in Newton is one of only a handful of pubs to have appeared in every edition of the Good Beer Guide. The list of landlords since 1729 has just 18 entries with the names displayed on the wall in the simply furnished but timeless public bar. David Short, a man of many talents and an interesting speaker, will be talking about his experiences of running his pub, The Queen’s Head, for over 53 years. He will also present a short history of the development of the beer trade in England from before Roman times. Tuesday 13th November 2018, 8.00pm, Haslingfield Village Hall.
Cheers! Everyone welcome, hope to see you there.
Many thanks to the team who organised this year’s Festival which, combined with the Parish Church Fete, was a great success. As always the high-light was the scarecrow trail, which turned up some amazing creativity among Haslingfolk. To see lots of photos, including the the prize winners, follow this link and see the gallery.
Please join us at 2:30pm on this special day, 100 years after the end of the first world war, as we remember and give thanks for all those who sacrificed their lives in the hope of peace in future generations.
The Next Film Club meeting will be held on Friday 2nd November 2018 at 7.30pm. We shall meet in Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms. Admission is free. Running time 102 min. Certificate: 12. We break for tea, coffee and biscuits half way through. ‘Hard of hearing’ subtitles will be used. Read more
Tuesday 16 October, Haslingfield Village Hall, 8:00 PM
Peter Hains will take us on a virtual tour of Cambridge, pointing out key points of interest from a literary point of view. Cambridge has a rich heritage in terms of authors, playwrights and poets and we will hear about many of them, including some readings from their works. Peter is a Haslingfield resident, a qualified Cambridge tour-guide, a retired English teacher and Headteacher, and an excellent speaker.