The 8th Annual sponsored walk ‘In the steps of the Bishop’ will take place on Saturday 24th September. Starting from Gonville & Caius College Chapel at 10.30 am, the Walk will finish at All Saints’ Haslingfield where refreshments will be awaiting tired and hungry walkers. The walk commemorates one taken by Bishop Charles Mackenzie when he was assisting the Vicar at Haslingfield before he left for Africa in 1855. Read more
I am sorry to inform every one that we have cancelled the Adults’ Race around the Village due to be held on Saturday at 2.00 pm. Application forms were due in by last Friday and to date we have received just two entries. The 1977 event proved popular but not so in 2016.
There is however still lots going on at the weekend at we look forward to seeing you there for all, if not part of the festivities.
Best wishes Jenny
We still require help and below is list of what is still needed:
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SERVICES FOR JUNE 2016 Read more
Tuesday 24 May, 8.00 pm. After a short AGM there will be a humorous entertainment. Hilary Stokes and John Beresford , with Cheryl as intermediary, will present “Don’ts for Husbands and Wives”, based on Blanche Ebbutt’s books written in 1913. All you’ll want to know about what to avoid in a marriage (or maybe NOT)!
All are welcome: free to members, £2.50 for visitors. Annual subscriptions become due at this meeting £8.50 for singles and £12.50 for families.
The historic bake house on Well House Meadow will be open for viewing between 10.00 am and 12 noon, including an opportunity to browse a selection of photographs and documents from the Stringer Archive.
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Thursday 12 May, 6-9pm
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The next Film Club showing will be on Friday 6th May 2016 at 7.30pm in the Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms. Running time 104 min. Certificate 15. We will break for refreshments half way through. The film is in English with subtitles for other languages. Read more
One of the kneeling figures in the Wendy monument in the south east corner of the Chancel of Haslingfield Church has been badly damaged and part of it removed. It is not known when the damage occurred but if anyone saw anything suspicious looking back over the last few days, please let one of the Churchwardens, or Harold Hopkins know; or use ‘Comments’ below.
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weekend of the Queen’s 90th Birthday celebrations in June. All scarecrows (especially royal ones)
are welcome. If anyone would like to run a stall etc on the Sunday as part
of the Scarecrow Trail please let me know and we can advertise it on the
map. (Alix Robinson, email@example.com, 870167)
Village Festival and the Queens 90th birthday celebration
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before the Haslingfield Festival Weekend ……..