Haslingfield Lawn Tennis Club is a friendly club for tennis players of all ages and abilities. It’s just announced the main events for this upcoming season. 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
The next film show will be at 7.30 on Friday 9th March 2012 in Haslingfield Methodist Church. Admission is free. Tea/Coffee half way through, collection to cover refreshments and facilities. Read more
Haslingfield Allotments are so popular, there’s still a waiting list. This and many other issues were discussed at their recent committee meeting. The next meeting is on 30th April, more details are in the calender here. Details of next Working Party Day here. More details of the recent committe meeting are below… Read more
We will be holding another evening of poetry readings on Friday 23 March at 8.00 p.m. in Haslingfield Village Hall. Poems of all kinds – funny and sad, short and long, old and new – will be included in this informal evening. Read more
Sunday March 25th
All Saints’ Church Haslingfield at 7.30pm.
Haslingfield Choir and Orchestra
Durufle: Requiem Haydn: ‘Nelson’ Mass
Soloists: Vanessa Ashbee, Anna Harvey, Julian Gregory and Nick Mogg
Conductor: Graham Walker
TABLE TOP SALE & BRUNCH
All Saints Church, Haslingfield
Saturday 4th February
10.30 am – 2.30 pm
Free Entry Table Hire £10 Read more
Following the demise of Haslingfield Jazz, another venue is planned at Whittlesford. This is to be run by a group who regularly supported Haslingfield and a close friend of John Cherry (banjo/guitar), Peter Johnson. Peter (and his group) can be contacted at email@example.com Read more
What Miss Ling Saw!
Dramatised readings from The Haslingfield School Log Book 1917-1965. Readers: John Beresford, Peter Hains, and Cheryl Lowery, all of whom know the school well. This promises to be an amusing and informative journey down memory lane, as well as a revelation of what went on in our village school for half a century.
Tues. Feb. 21 , 8:00 pm, at Haslingfield Village Hall. Read more
Our Spring Production is Oscar Wilde’s witty and delightful comedy: The Importance of Being Earnest. If you are interested in being part of this production – on-stage or back-stage, you are very welcome to come to the Auditions, as follows: Read more
Tuesday 17 January 2012, 8.00pm in the Village Centre
The Royal Observer Corps in Peace and War
by John Shere. Read more
Saturday 28 January 2012.
See it on the big screen at the Haslingfield Village Centre and sing – along with all those happy songs. A substantial ploughman’s supper included and a bar is available. Tickets: £7.50 adults, £5 children, from Michael Hendy 870270, The Village Shop and The Little Rose Pub.
in All Saints Church Haslingfield
4.30 to 5.30, 17 December, 2011
Entry £2, children free
mince pies, hot punch & soft drinks available