There will be a traditional tea party at The Vicarage on 24th June from 3pm onwards. More detail when you click the poster. All proceeds will go to the Meningitis Research Foundation.
Children are welcome and opportunities to give small donations on the day.
ON SUNDAY 15TH JULY, In All Saints’ Church, Haslingfield
A day of opera and popular choruses,including the famous
Easter Hymn from Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana
Rehearsal: 12 noon
Refreshments: Bring your own picnic lunch. Tea and coffee provided.
Conductor: Paul Jackson
£10 to sing (includes hire of score)
Concert: donation at the door
For more information contact Kate Dickens (01223 872088 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
On Saturday 9 June at 7.30 pm
LUKE FITZGERALD, organ scholar from Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge will give an organ concert. Luke was formerly an Organ Scholar at Harlton Church and we look forward to welcoming him to Haslingfield. Tickets on the door £10.
On Saturday 30 June at 7.30 pm
the NEW CAMBRIDGE SINGERS present a concert entitled ‘O How Glorious’ – a celebration of England’s remarkable tradition of choral music including the world premiere of Hilary Burgoyne’s Fantasia on an Anthem by Tallis, featuring an audience chorus. Those interested should contact email@example.com. Tickets £10 available nearer the time.
Enquiries for both concerts 01223 872190.
Residents of Haslingfield will be familiar with the Church bells ringing out before services, at weddings, on days of national celebration and on Thursday evenings, when we practice.
On Monday, April 9th at 3pm, a team will ring a full peal to commemorate those from Haslingfield who died in the First World War. April 9th is the anniversary of the death of Private Edward Newling who was born in the village and who was killed in action when serving in the Suffolk Regiment. Private Newling has descendants who live in the village today. Read more
You may wish to drop in to All Saints Church during the afternoon of Sunday 25 March (1.30-4.30 pm) to hear pianists or organists playing either the grand piano or the church piano or the organ. The grand piano is available following the Haslingfield Choir Concert on Saturday 24th, and refreshments will be available for anyone coming to listen. Anyone interested in playing should contact José Hopkins (01223 872190) to arrange a slot.
The next Concert will be on Saturday 2nd December 2017 at 7.30pm in All Saints Church, Haslingfield.
Programme: Britten’s St Nicolas and Vivaldi’s Gloria
Tickets: £10, students £5, children free
(from The Village Shop or at the door).
Enquiries: Kate Dickens 872088
All Saints’ Church is holding a Gift Day and Open Morning on Saturday 4th Nov. between 10am and 1pm, when the church will be open for visitors to make donations, make suggestions or just come and explore our beautiful building. Do drop in for refreshments, including coffee and cake, and browse the stalls. It’s also an opportunity to meet the folk who currently care for and work to improve your church and its local surroundings.We would also be glad to hear how you feel we might improve our church and for the future, as we seek new ways to serve our village in the years to come. Click on the poster to read more.
The annual Church Fete was held this year on Saturday 16th of September and was a great success in spite of the showers and at times, stormy weather. The heavens really did open during the afternoon; gazebos flapped furiously in the wind and the jousting platform became even more perilous with the added challenge of the rain-soaked beam and sodden dueling batons (actually sacks filled with something squidgy).
All WELCOME for coffee and cakes at All Saints’ Church on Saturday.
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Saturday 16 September
12.30 – 4pm
For details CLICK the POSTER.
Sponsored walk, 23 September
2017 will be the 9th year in succession when a sponsored walk has been held from the Chapel of Gonville & Caius College in Cambridge to Haslingfield Church to commemorate the walks undertaken by Bishop Charles Mackenzie on Sundays to help with services in Haslingfield. He later went as a missionary bishop to what is now Malawi and his memorial window may be seen at the east end of the south aisle in the church. Read more