Next Wednesday, February 21 we will be hosting 24 hours of crime prevention activities across the county covering bike theft, purse dipping, vehicle crime and dwelling burglary. We will also have a range of security products for sale at cost price and will also be offering to security mark property.
The awareness day, the force’s biggest ever crime prevention event, will involve around 8 Crime Prevention Officers, 40 Police Officers, 80 PCSOs and 12 Special Constables, as well as our police cadets. Those involved will be split into teams to focus on particular crime types. Lee Hurley (7293) Online Communities PCSO
To find out what is going on in your area, visit http://ow.ly/rgam30ipJBL
A massive “Thank you” to everyone who supported the Foodbank in 2017, and especially those who brought so many wonderful Christmas treats along to the Charity Fair and the Village Shop.
As the gap between the “haves” and the “have nots” has increased and the need for Foodbanks is as important as ever, there will continue to be collection points at the Village Shop (where we really appreciate their support) and the Methodist Church this year. Read more
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The Little Rose Pub has many events taking place over Christmas. Most are listed in the events calendar. Listing them all here:-
Wednesday 20th December: Christmas Bingo Night from 8pm.
Friday 22nd December: Melody Beats Play Live and Free from 8.30pm.
Christmas Eve: Free Jukebox and Pool
Christmas Day: Pub Open from Noon-3pm
Boxing Day: Pub Open from Noon-11pm
Friday 29th December: Christmas Quiz Night from 8pm
New Year’s Eve: FREE Disco from 8.30pm until very late.
Services for January, 1918
This year’s Carol Singing around Haslingfield takes place this Friday 15th December. Anyone can join in at any point and leave again at any point and they will finish up at the Little Rose pub. They will meet at Wisbey’s Yard for 6:30pm and sing a few carols there. At 6:45pm – leave Wisbey’s Yard and walk straight to The Elms. Sing around The Elms. Then at 7:15pm(ish), they will move to the green in the middle of Chestnut Close. The about 7:30/7:45pm Head to the Little Rose. If they’re ahead of schedule they may also sing in Badcock Road. Read more
The Haslingfield Methodist Church Charity Fair will be taking place this Saturday 18th November from 11 am – 2.30 pm. 18 National and Local charities will be having stalls where you can buy your Christmas cards, books, baubles, preserves , gifts, plants etc. 3 of these charities are new to our fair. Click stalls – 2017 for details. During the day, delicious homemade food will be available, including light lunches. Something for everyone!
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO DO SOME EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING WHILE FINDING OUT ABOUT THE GREAT WORK DONE BY THESE CHARITIES. Read more
Pictures of last night’s (Saturday 4th November 2017) village fireworks display taken by village resident Doug Thompson.
This Sunday, 29th October is the last chance for the special reduced price for Sunday Lunches at The Little Rose, the last remaining pub in Haslingfield. For today only they’ll cost £5-95 for adults and £3-95 for children. There’s a choice of meats and a vegetarian option. If you’d like more information, either simply pop in and ask Neil or Sue or call them on 01223-870618. Thanx are also due for last Sunday to the 50 or so people who took advantage of this offer.
Come and help Sue, the Landlady of the Little Rose, celebrate her birthday on Saturday 4th November. The singing Duo of Dance Til Dawn will be performing live and free at the Little Rose from 8pm. So why not pop into the pub after the village fireworks and pass on your birthday wishes whilst enjoying some live music.
Little Rose Inside
This Friday 27th October sees the next Little Rose Pub Quiz, which takes place on the last Friday of every month. Teams of any number, up to a maximum of six, can take part. Cost of entry is only £10 per team with all the entry fees given out as cash prizes. First Question asked at 8pm. Just turn up on the night or book in advance. We can also make up teams from whoever turns up on the night. The quiz now takes place on the last Friday of every month. It’s great fun with a good number of all local teams taking part. There’s 6 rounds covering many topics including a topical quiz round as well as a picture round. The quiz finishes around 10pm with a break halfway through.
Little Rose Inside
The Eversden Players will be performing their panto: “Robin Hood – Men in Tights” at the Eversdens Village Hall on November 16th, 17th & 18th at 7:30pm. Tickets are available from Lorraine Bidwell (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 263687.
More details when you click the poster.
The Little Rose, the last pub in the village, is holding a free Children’s Halloween Party on Saturday 28th October from 5.30pm until 7.30pm. It’s a fancy dress party and there’s prizes for the best outfit.
Later in the evening, there will be a special Halloween disco for adults from 8.30pm until late. Music will be from the 70s, 80s and 90s.
The Little Rose, the last remaining pub in Haslingfield, is restarting Sunday Lunches from 22nd October for TWO weeks only. They cost £5-95 for adults and £3-95 for children. There’s a choice of meats and a vegetarian option. The pub is still offering food throughout the rest of the week. If you’d like more information, either simply pop in and ask Neil or Sue or call them on 01223-870618. The pub is also organising a whole series of events in the build up to Christmas, watch this space for more details!
Little Rose Lounge Bar
Don’t forget that for your vote to be valid you must complete and return your form to any Parish Councillor or the Clerk by midnight on Tuesday 31st October 2017.
We would encourage every villager on the electoral register to vote, to ensure that the answer we get from the ballot is truly representative of the views of the village. Irrespective of the number of ballot papers received, the answer that receives the most votes will determine whether or not Phase 3 is to be implemented
Remember, in a close contest your vote matters, and if you don’t vote you may end up with something you don’t want. – Jenny Jullien (Chair – HPC)