A number of burglaries occurred yesterday (Monday 21st May) which are being linked and involved the unusual method of impersonating police officers to gain entry to homes.
Enjoy a traditional cream tea with freshly-baked scones, jam and cream, in the informal woodland garden of The Dovecote, 29 High Street, Haslingfield.
Date & Time: Sunday 13 September from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
All proceeds to Parkinson’s UK.
Here are the results for Haslingfield and The Eversdens:
Thomas Frearson – Conservative – 95 votes
Helen Haugh – Labour – 52 votes
Robin Page – Independent – 516 votes (elected)
Rebecca Ridley – Liberal Democrat – 514 votes
Source: South Cambridgeshire District Council at: http://www.scambs.gov.uk/pressreleases/pressrelease.htm?mode=10&pk_press_release=1637
How much do you know about Haslingfield? Find out by answering the questions below. All the relevant facts can be found on this website, but if you do get stuck the answers will be posted on the website on 1st July. Read more
Parish Council elections take place on May 3rd 2012, nominations need to be with South Cambs District Council by April 4th.
Application forms are available from the Parish Clerk now, there will be eleven vacancies. Read more
The annual charity fundraising event, Tea at the Ritz, this year raised £1320-62. The event was held in the Village Center on Saturday 25th February 2012. Read more
[email dated 28/2/2012 3.30 pm]
I would like to make you all aware of three recent dwelling burglaries that have been reported in the village in Church Street and New Road. Whilst we can’t categorically confirm they all took place at a similar time, it is possible that all occurred within the last 24 hours.
The annual charity fundraising event, Tea at the Ritz, was held in the Village Center on Saturday 25th February 2012. Here are some photos of what it was like… Read more
Several years ago, an annual race was run in Haslingfield – the winner getting The Pledger Cup. Do you know anything about the Cup, its current whereabouts, or indeed the race itself? If so, please email Diana Offord at firstname.lastname@example.org or write your comment below.
Yesterday in New Road a bungalow was broken into by forcing a rear kitchen window and jewellery was stolen. It is believed the offence occurred at around 8.20pm and the offender was disturbed. A similar offence took place on 21st November, also in New Road, when a house was burgled and jewellery was also taken. This was at dusk time. Read more
Honor Ridout lives in Haslingfield and is an expert on the subject of Cambridge and its history. She has recently published a book on the subject of Cambridge and Stourbridge fair. We asked if she would like to put an article on the web site about the book. The book is available in good bookshops and on line. This is what she wrote. Read more