The Gurkha Welfare Trust is the leading Gurkha charity. The Trust aims to provide welfare to enable Gurkha ex-servicemen, their dependents and their communities to live with dignity, primarily in Nepal but increasingly in the UK and elsewhere. The welfare includes developmental, medical, financial and advisory aspects of life.
Speaker, Mike Thorp of Haslingfield, served with the Gurkha for over 12 years in the Far East, Cyprus and the UK, and is a founder member of the Gurkha Army Service Corps. The talk will be given in Haslingfield Village Hall on Tuesday, 18th April at 8:00PM, . Everyone is very welcome. Members and 16 and under free. Visitors £2.50 .
April 14th GOOD FRIDAY
Carrying the Cross
From Barton (1pm) via Haslingfield (2pm),
Harlton (2.45pm), Little Eversden (3.30pm),
to Great Eversden (4pm)
This band of positive villagers has continued to work on the Well-house Meadow. We have secured all 20 fruit trees with rabbit guards, stakes and membranes to prevent weeds. In the autumn we hope to have a permanent sign made so that villagers can identify all the trees, and maybe a new seat. Meanwhile we have spent 4 sessions cutting the ivy on the Tudor wall, and you can now see our beautiful and historic wall in all its glory. Read more
The next Concert will be on Saturday 25th March 2017 at 7.30pm in All Saints Church, Haslingfield.
Programme: Bach’s St John Passion
Tickets: £10, students £5, children free
( from The Village Shop or at the door).
Enquiries: Kate Dickens 872088
ALL SAINTS’ Church, HASLINGFIELD, Saturday 8 April 7.30pm
Works by Bach, Mendelssohn and Widor.
RICHARD GOWERS, Kings College, Cambridge
Admission £10 on the door
Faith To Live By service, Sunday 12th March 2017 at 6.30pm
‘A THEORY OF ACCESS: WHO DO WE STILL DISABLE FROM ACCESSING GOD?’
Guest speaker Rebekah Blyth
You will be pleased to know that the Nave Roof has finally been completed. After a much delayed start, with problems of all descriptions, we now have a beautiful new Cumbrian slate roof. The slates vary in length up the slope and also in width. As the tiler said, ‘It is like playing chess to lay a roof like this’. But to see the completed roof is to see a work of art, which is a real joy, and of which we can all be very proud. It also means of course that All Saints’ remains open as a place of worship and peace for the whole of the village community for years to come, and we can remain dry while using it!
The next Film Club will be on Friday 10th March at 7.30pm.
We shall meet in the Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms. Admission is free. Film running time 102 min. Certificate: 12+. We will break for tea, coffee and biscuits, half way through.
We are thrilled to welcome back to Haslingfield the highly regarded Cambridge University Ceilidh Band, playing for us at All Saints’ Church on Saturday the 4th of March from 8.30-10.30 pm.
There will be a licensed bar and local caller, Bob Ridout, will once again be guiding us through the dances. Last year’s Ceilidh was terrific fun and we can promise you a great evening out. Click the pic to see full details.