Have you ever wondered where that stranger sitting opposite you on the train is going? Imagined the story of their life and future? Or experienced moments of excitement and eager anticipation for what your own future may bring? Musical theatre has a spectacular catalogue of songs that capture those moments where characters take a step out from the crowd, follow their dreams and suddenly have their voices heard. Read more
Here is a short video of the proposed A14 improvement from Huntingdon to Cambridge: A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme Fly-Through
A great opportunity for you to do some of your Christmas shopping, and have your lunch, in a relaxed atmosphere.
This year we have 15 different charities with a variety of different items, so there should be something for everyone. It’s also an opportunity to remember those who are struggling this year, by bringing along an item for the Cambridge Foodbank.
Lots of people have been crocheting and knitting poppies in remembrance of those who died in the Great War and there will be a quiet area where they will be displayed.
We hope to see you there.
Many thanks to the team who organised this year’s Festival which, combined with the Parish Church Fete, was a great success. As always the high-light was the scarecrow trail, which turned up some amazing creativity among Haslingfolk. To see lots of photos, including the the prize winners, follow this link and see the gallery.
Please be aware that we will be commencing carriageway resurfacing works at the above location from Monday 29th October for 5 days. The works will take place Monday – Friday during the day from 0730 – 1830.
Apologies for the late notice regarding this, it is a scheme we have brought forward in the programme due to the fact another had to be pushed back to accommodate other works. Visit: https://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/residents/travel-roads-and-parking/transport-projects/resurfacing-package-of-works-2018-2019/ for more details.
The Rotary Club of Cambridge South is having another Jazz Night on the 9th November at 7pm in the Haslingfield Village Hall to raise funds for Camsight. Tickets are £15 each and available from the village shop.
The new clinic for these people will probably be in November and will advise shortly.
The ‘Flu vaccination clinic’ for Harston surgery patients will be held in the Methodist Church on Wednesday 24th October 2018 from 11:15 – 12:30pm AND NOT ON TUESDAY AS WAS INCORRECTLY PUBLISHED IN CHURCH AND VILLAGE.
The ‘Flu vaccination clinic’ for Harston surgery patients on will be held in the Methodist Church on Wednesday 24th October 2018 from 11:15 – 12:30pm. Forms are available at the Village Shop. Please sign up before 20th October.
Why not become a volunteer driver with the Haslingfield and Harlton Community Car Scheme.
The scheme helps people who don’t have access to a car to get to medical appointments and other essential visits. As a volunteer driver you are completely in control of how much – or how little – driving you do. You provide details of your general availability to the Scheme Coordinator (Lawrence Hopkins), and when the Coordinator contacts you by phone or e-mail to ask if you can do a particular drive, you can say Yes or No – no pressure is applied! Read more