History of Haslingfield Weekend Exhibition
Presented by the Haslingfield Village Society
Sat., 12 March & Sun. 13 March 2 pm – 5 pm
Haslingfield Village Centre FREE ENTRY
Complete village archive collection: maps, photos, documents, etc.
Millennium Project: ten years on.
Family History Project: Harold Hopkins
Haslingfield Little Theatre Archives
Archeology Exhibit with M. Coles
County and Cambridge Archive Displays
Drink and biscuits available
Please bring any photos or documents that relate to village history to share with others. If agreeable, the society can make copies and return the originals.
Contact John Beresford 01223 514849
Big “Thank You” to Marjorie, Janet and Liz for organising another successful, and enjoyable “Tea at the Ritz”. With their team of efficient and polite waitresses and those working hard behind the scenes, they managed to pull off another memorable afternoon while raising money for village organisations.
As announced on Radio4 this morning here is the crime map for Haslingfield over the last month. This is also available near the bottom of the links page of this site.
If you are aware of an event going on in Village and the surrounding area or which may be of interest to some villagers but can’t see it in the calendar, then you can now add it yourself. Maybe you are involved in the event, or you’ve seen it on a poster or in Church and Village and would like people to know about it. Here’s what you do. Read more
Walkers and horse-riders can make the most of the Cambridgeshire countryside thanks to a new ‘Route of the Month’ feature launched on the County Council’s website. Read more
Doug Thompson took some pictures of the eclipse today taken from the clunch pit. Two were taken with astrosolar film which protects your eyes from uv/ray’s and allows you to see sunspots . One taken with no filter and fixed to a tripod and greatly underexposed.
Village Society Presents:
The Liberty Tree, in which Hugh Lupton and Nick Hennessey sing and tell their way deep into the secret, dappled, winding ways of Sherwood…. and at the same time tell true stories of the ancient tradition of English Dissent.
Haslingfield Village Hall
Saturday 29 January 2011 at 7.30 pm
Tickets include a drink and nibbles
£8.00 adults/£4 age 12 to 16 years
Tickets now on sale at Village Shop
or 0n 871002 and 871518
Here is a handy link: http://www.scambs.gov.uk/BinCollection/default.htm?location=47 So the Black Bins will be collected on Monday 3rd January. Happy New Year from the web team.
The process of public consultation prior to submitting the plans for planning permission for the Trumpington Meadows primary school is now beginning. As the school will be in the Haslingfield Parish and will include community facilities for the village, it is therefore of interest even to residents without school-aged children.
The plans are not now going to be displayed in Waitroses’ foyer as it is felt that it is too close to Christmas and would be too crowded! However, they can now be viewed online at http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/education/schools/planning/
Please send your thoughts and comments on these and other elements of the design proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org, by Wednesday 5 January 2011.
In aid of the Children’s Society and Action for Children
Tuesday 21 December
Starting at Wisbey’s Yard at 6pm, going round the village and finishing with singing at the Little Rose around 8.pm
Don’t forget to bring torches or lanterns, woollies and throat pastilles!
Between the 8th November at 12pm and the 9th November at 6.45pm, a property in Cantelupe Road, Haslingfield, was broken into. Unknown offender(s) have gained entry into the property by forcing open a wooden framed door frame in the rear conservatory. A search has been conducted and so far it is known that electrical items have been stolen. Read more
A celebration by the Haslingfield/Barton Scout Group and Haslingfield Playschool will be held in the Well House Meadow, Haslingfield on Saturday 6 November. Gates open at 6.00 p.m. (firework display at 6.30. p.m.) Read more