Bake House Firing
As part of ALL SAINTS Fete we are firing up the Bakehouse starting at 11.00am on 14th September to make some real bread. If you’d like to join us and try your hand at baking then bring your dough, cake or scone mix (with cream and jam of course) to the Bakehouse in Wellhouse Meadow at about 12.30.
There’s nothing better than really fresh baked fare! Hope to see you there!
Any questions call Roger on 870100
When? Saturday 14 September, 2.30 pm – 5.00 pm.
Where? Old Vicarage garden – next to the churchyard.
Why? To enjoy a great afternoon!
Teas, stalls, games, books, bric-a-brac, brass band, entertainer – all the fun of a traditional village fete. Read more
HASLINGFIELD WALKS IN THE STEPS OF ITS MISSIONARY BISHOP…
All Saints’ Haslingfield has a fine memorial window to its missionary Bishop, Charles Mackenzie, who prior to his going out to Africa to help combat the slave trade and to help establish the church in what is now Malawi, walked out from Cambridge to Haslingfield on Sundays to help with services in the church. The full story of his life can be found in the display inside the church, but there is now a link between Haslingfield and Magomero, the place where he established a base in 1861. The Church in Haslingfield together with other parishes in the Mare Way Group has helped with renovation of the school buildings, and most recently with materials for the construction of a church building, which is nearly complete. Read more
Cambridge film maker Actors at Work Productions
recently did some shooting in Haslingfield, with our 14th cent. church as the backdrop. The actress in the photographs is Irina Mozo and the actor is Christopher Dane, suitably attired for a village associated with Elizabeth 1st!
More pics below
On Saturday, 6 July at 7.30 p.m. the Fairhaven Singers, with Conductor, Ralph Woodward, will be performing at All Saints’ Church Haslingfield.
Tickets £10: 01223 872190 or from the Village Shop. Read more
The Hermitage Ensemble, a Russian Orthodox Male Voice Choir from St. Petersburg, will be performing at All Saints’ Church, Haslingfield on 3 May.
This will be rare opportunity to hear these five male soloists who sound like a Slavic barbershop group one minute and the massed ranks of the Red Army Choir the next. Read more
The annual carol singing around Haslingfield will take place this Friday 21 December. All members of the village community are warmly encouraged to come and join friends from the Methodist and Parish Churches to spread some Christmas cheer and enjoy singing favourite carols. Read more
7:30-9.45pm, 19 October 2012, All Saints Church
Music in Quiet Places, a new and popular concert series, returns to All Saints’ Church this autumn. A young contemporary folk group, Tir Eolas will play inspired arrangements of traditional material including Irish, Swedish, Breton, Canadian, as well as their own lively folk-influenced pieces. The band is percussionist Ruairi Glasheen on bodhran, Pip Mercer on vocals and flute, guitarist Laura Snowden and violist Georgie Harris.
To learn more and to book, please visit www.cambridgesummermusic.com.
In All Saints Church
Saturday 18th February, 10.00am – 12.00 am
Tea, Coffee, home made cakes, books, bric-a-brac and good company. Catch up with the news!
Decorated Trees in All Saints Church
Saturday 17th December, 10.00 am to 4.00 pm
Sunday 18th December, 12.00 pm to 4.00 pm
Entry £2.00 (children free)
Refreshments Lunches Music
For info: contact Christine Tod, 01223 870247
Friday 18 November, 7.30pm
in All Saint’s Church, Haslingfield
* Lucy Haslar, harp
Saturday 1oth September in the Old Vicarage garden. Stalls, games, teas, crockery smashing, children’s roundabout, sit-on railway, magician and brass band – all the fun of a traditional fete, and an exhibition of quilting in the church nearby. Contact Christine Tod 01223 870247.