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 email@example.com 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
Haslingfield Playschool are selling two Christmas cards to help rise money for the playschool. Read more
One of the ‘Big New Ideas’ from the Coalition Government regarding education relates to ‘Teaching Schools’. This is the suggestion that some schools nationally should be designated with this title. The notion and the terminology are based on the model of ‘Teaching Hospitals’. Some schools are to be seen as beacons of good practice and should take the lead in the training and the professional development of the teaching profession. Read more
The new programme of events for 2011 – 2012 is now on the site.
Once again, we are delighted to collaborate with South Cambridgeshire’s ACT (Arts in Cambridge on Tour) to bring “Back to the Land Girls” by Bad Apple Theatre Company to Haslingfield Village Hall at 7.45 p.m. this Friday 14 October. Read more
Yesterday afternoon (Wednesday 28th) a burglary to a home in Ermine Way, Arrington occurred at around 3.50pm. A white male and a black male were seen to run away from the premises across fields. Read more
Cambridge Wood Works CIC is a social enterprise based at Penn Farm Studios, Harston Road, Haslingfield. We collect*, sell, re-use and recycle waste timber for Cambridge and surrounding villages. For more information, please visit our website: www.cambridgewoodworks.org.uk *We do charge for collections (£16.20 per cubic yard) however we’re cheaper than skips and none of our waste goes to landfill. Read more
Just a quick reminder that HASLINGFIELD SCHOOL PTFA are promoting a live music event on Saturday night 10th Sept from 8.15 pm. Read more
Neighbourhood Watch Update: 5th September 2011
- Between the hours of 8.10am and 1.26pm, a burglary occurred at a property in Main Street, Hatley St. George. Unknown offender(s) forced entry, conducted an untidy search throughout and left removing keys to a vehicle and the property. Read more