Please click here to find out more about Shepreth Level Crossing temporary closure and trains.
Hope this will be helpful to Haslingfield residents who pass by Shepreth and those hoping to use the train between Cambridge and Letchworth on Sunday 6 & Sunday 13 May.
Join fellow villagers of all ages as we walk to the Jubilee Woods and the River Cam (1/2 mile each way). We’ll collect our impressions of spring in the young wood, using words and pictures, and create a community poem to share and possibly “publish” amongst ourselves.
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And one good reason why you should apply to become a Haslingfield Parish Councillor.
We are a group of people interested in the environment, wildlife, sustainability and getting families out in nature. We came together after the screening of ‘wetheuncivilised’ in February and are still in the process of talking about what things we’d like to do, but on the table are talks about the Transition movement and sustainable shopping, more film screenings, recycled art projects, a repair café and, on the 21st of April, a families walk to the wild spaces in Haslingfield.
Our next meeting will take place on 10 April at 7.30 in the Little Rose pub lounge bar. If you are interested in any of the things mentioned above, and live in Haslingfield, Harlton, Barrington or Harston, please come along.
16th/17th Cambridge Scout Group
Saturday 10th March 2018 – 2.00pm – Haslingfield Village Hall
Please support us with CAKES, JUMBLE, WHITE ELEPHANT, TOYS or GAMES
Drop off items on the day at the Village Hall (10am-12pm)
or phone Nick on 871465 to arrange collection.
Please note: we cannot accept any electrical items
Saturday 10 March
12.00 noon ’til 3.00 pm
5 Scotts Yard
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The MET Office has issued a severe weather warning for possible snow this evening and for the next two days.
Some information has been posted on our website here to let people know in advance that blue and black bins will be prioritised over green if the crews are not able to complete all the rounds.
Additionally, more information will be posted on www.scambs.gov.uk/bin-collection-service-announcements when the team are aware how the weather is impacting them.
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
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
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.