OASIS, the holiday at home for seniors, met again on 28, 29 and 30 July. About 50 people came this year and it was great fun. We had feature talks and quizzes, and each day ended with a tasty lunch. Activities included solving mysteries a la Sherlock Holmes, singing, painting, craft making (some fine wooden boxes), poetry, meditating, chairobics, enjoying the Sayers’ model railway in their back garden – and a highlight: baking scones in the Wellhouse Meadow Bakery. Read more
This Friday 3 July from 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm the Annual Strawberry Fayre will take place at Haslingfield Methodist Church. As well as a buffet and barbecue, there will be stalls selling cakes, plants, produce and good quality used books. A representative from Guide Dogs for the Blind will be there with a puppy in training and she will have lots of small items to buy and a “Guess the name of the Guide Dog”. The proceeds will go to Guide Dogs for the Blind, Little Owls Preschool and the Methodist Church.
On Friday 3rd July from 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm the Annual Strawberry Fayre will take place at Haslingfield Methodist Church. The proceeds will go to Guide Dogs for the Blind, Little Owls Preschool and the Methodist Church. Hope you can make it!
Oasis Holiday at Home for Seniors is to be held again this year at the Methodist Church, Tuesday 28th to Thursday 30th July. As before there will be a full range of activities and interests, so please spread the word and make a note in your diaries. Watch this space for further information.
Contacts Rev Becca 817805 & Rev Judy 262072
Easter breakfast egg hunt poster
Ecumenical Service at Haslingfield Methodist Church, Friday 6 March at 6.30 am. The service has been written by women of the Bahamas. Everyone is invited to join us, including the men!
Refreshments will follow the service
Haslingfield Methodist Church
Sunday 11th January 2015 at 6.30 pm
Led by Robin Walker, Organist
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Required: Enthusiastic people of all ages who want to “take the spirit of Christmas” to the whole village, while also having a fun evening. Where do we meet? At Wisbey’s Yard Common Room at 6pm, this Friday, 19 December, for a short sing before leaving at 6.15pm to tour the village.Click Read More for more details Read more
We are fortunate to live in such a caring community. The money will be put to good use by all the charities.
18 National and Local charities will have stalls selling a variety of items – candles, produce, books, gifts, Christmas Cards etc. You will also have the chance to win a hand-made quilt. A special visitor will be MEG, a Guide Dog for the Blind, who has changed her owner’s life! Delicious home-made refreshments will be available throughout the event. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
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Film running time 95min, Certificate U. There will be subtitles for the hard of hearing and a break for refreshments halfway through. To avoid having a fixed charge for each evening we have opted (for copyright reasons) not to advertise details of the films publicly. As an alternative we ask for a donation from those attending to cover the cost of the film, tea, ground coffee, biscuits and use of the room. Please invite friends and let me know if you would like to be included on the email list for details of forthcoming films.
Music by J.S. Bach and his son C.P.E. Bach
Friday 31st October 2014 @ 7.30 pm
Haslingfield Methodist Church, High Street, Cambs CB23 1JW
Tickets £10, under 16s free, in advance from The Village Shop, or on the door, or call 01223 872862