Haslingfield Allotment Gardeners Association

Vegetable GardenThe Haslingfield Allotment Gardeners Association (HAGA) is having some vacant plots on the site between Haslingfield and Harston so if you have “green fingers” and want to grow your own produce or just want to know more then please contact the secretary Jon Spain by email jrspain1@hotmail.com or telephone 01763 262007. Annual rent for a full size plot is £15 and it is open to Haslingfield residents and residents of surrounding villages. We have both full size and half size plots available.
Ron van der Hoorn – Treasurer (01223 872362)

Harlton Hare and Hounds Community Pub

hare-hounds-2For all Haslingfield residents who are interested in the Hare and Hounds Community Pub proposal, the steering committee is organising a “POP UP PUB” event. They would love you to join them on:

Friday 18th November in the Harlton Village Hall. Doors open at 6.00 pm until 11.00 pm.

You will be able to purchase beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks. Play some traditional pub games and there will be  entertainment from a local musician. Hear the latest progress on the bid to buy the Hare and Hounds pub.
Let’s all join in and make this a fabulous evening! More details are here

Dr Jane Hellyer-Jones (Hawking) to Speak at the Methodist Church

aamethodist-logoDr Jane-Hellyer-Jones will give a talk at Haslingfield Methodist Church on
Sunday 27th November at 6.30pm.  She is the former wife of Stephen Hawking and her character is featured in the film ‘The Theory of Everything’.
Her title is ‘From Fact to Film to Questions of Faith’.
She will reflect on aspects of her life from her time as Mrs Stephen Hawking to today.  The evening will begin with a short time of worship during which Jonathan, Jane’s husband, will play the organ.  This will be followed by a talk by Jane, refreshments and informal discussion.  Everyone welcome.

FREE Live Music This Saturday

Pub Xmas Programme

Pub Xmas Programme

There is free live music this Saturday 19th November at the Little Rose Pub. Village resident, Tiffany, will be performing songs from a wide era from 8pm at the village’s last remaining pub. The pub has just announced a full programme of events taking place throughout the whole of December to mark the festive season.

Film Club

movie-cameraThe next Film Club meeting  will be on Friday 11th November 2016 at 7.30pm.  We shall meet in the Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms.   Running time 120 min. Certificate: PG.  We will break for refreshments half way through.  Following discussions with Film Club members, we plan to use subtitles.   

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‘Run Light’ New Outdoor Class for Runners

 flo-fitNew outdoor class for runners, new runners or people looking to take up running. This class will focus on gait and running technique and help to strengthen the supporting muscles of the hips and knees; providing the foundations for injury free running. Read more

Charity Fair – 19 November, 11.00 am-2.30 pm, Haslingfield Methodist Church

charity-fair-poster-2016It looks as though this year’s Charity Fair will be as good as ever. 15 National and Local charities will be having stalls where you can buy your Christmas cards, books, Christmas Puddings, preserves, gifts, plants etc. 3 of these charities are new to our fair. During the day, delicious homemade food will be available, including light lunches. Something for everyone!


Find out more about this year’s stallholders… Read more

Pub Quiz This Friday 4th Nov

Little Rose Pub

Little Rose Pub

The next Little Rose Pub Quiz will take place this Friday 4th November from 8pm, after the free pub fireworks display. Teams of any number up to a maximum of six can take part, entry is £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. The quiz takes place on the first Friday of every month. It’s great fun with a good number of all local teams taking part each month. There’s 6 rounds covering many topics including a picture round and it finishes around 10pm with a break halfway through.

FREE Fireworks at the Pub

Little Rose Pub

Little Rose Pub

Free fireworks for all the family and a free hotdog for all children  this Friday 4th November as the village’s last pub celebrates Guy Fawkes night. Fun starts at 6.30pm so just turn up to enjoy the celebration. If you fancy, you can stay on to take part in the Pub Quiz that starts at 8pm.

Halloween Advice and Poster (to download for those who do not wish to participate)

Message sent by
Leanne Fisher (Police, PCSO, South Cambridgeshire -Sawston)

Halloween is eCops logoon  Monday the 31st October, however some of you may be having Halloween parties over the weekend.
We encourage responsible behaviour so please be mindful of where your children trick or treat; and always ensure they remain safe.
Stay with an adult at all times while trick or treating
Visit neighbours and people that you know
Look out for pumpkins – houses that welcome trick or treaters usually have pumpkins on display
Some people do not enjoy being scared by spooky costumes. If you see a “no trick or treat” sign respect it and move on to the next house.
Most importantly… stay safe and have fun!
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Community Bid to Buy the Hare and Hounds – Harlton

hare-hounds-2As you may be aware, the Hare and Hounds in our neighbouring village of Harlton closes at the end of October. There is a community effort underway to keep it going. To find out more, please log on to www.helpthehareandhounds.org, or alternatively please contact the Steering Group at steering-group@helpthehareandhounds.org

STOP PRESS:  There is a meeting on 20th October at 7.30pm, at the Village Hall, Harlton where there will be a chance to hear about what’s been happening and to share your thoughts and ideas on this community effort to purchase the Hare and Hounds. Everyone welcome!

A Community Governance Review for the Parish of Haslingfield



The South Cambridgeshire District Council is undertaking a community governance review of the parish of Haslingfield because the new housing development at Trumpington Meadows will alter the geographical spread of housing across the parish. The resulting spatial separation between the two population centres will no longer correspond to a parish boundary that reflects a natural settlement pattern. So Have your say or comment in the Haslingfield Parish community governance review. Consultation will close on 14th November.