You can buy your tickets at £10 each from Haslingfield Village Shop, Country Kitchen, or from Caroline on: 01223 870049. For more details about this fantastic event, please click Read more
The first Film Club meeting of the 2017-18 session will be held on Friday 15th September 2017 at 7.30pm. We shall meet in Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms. Admission is free. Running time 100 min. Certificate: 12+. We break for tea, coffee and biscuits, half way through. ‘Hard of hearing’ subtitles will be used. Read more
Make a date to enjoy a calm, relaxing evening listening to some wonderful poems being read by Haslingield Little Theatre members, sitting around cafe-style tables – just the way to end a busy week! Everyone is welcome to come along – just bring your own drinks, nibbles will be provided.
When: Friday, 8 September at 7.30 pm
Where: Haslingfield Village Hall
Cost: £1 payable on the night
Photos taken by Haslingfield village resident Doug Thompson, of the solar eclipse currently taking place in America. Doug is taking these photos from Lake Hartwell, Anderson, South Carolina
The next Pop Up Coffee Shop is Tuesday 8th August, in aid of Macmillan.
All this week at the Methodist Church.
The Haslingfield Allotment and Gardeners Association (HAGA) is looking for anyone who would like to donate a petrol mower to keep their site on Harston Road tidy. Either free, nominal sum (up to £25) or donation to a charity. Any condition considered but must be serviceable and will be happy to collect. Contact Ron van der Hoorn (07988-287020 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Here’s a mash up of the still images of the storm on the night of Wednesday 19th July 2017 taken by village resident Doug Thompson, from the Rec. Doug put this together himself…
All the photos are taken by Haslingfield Village Resident Doug Thompson and were taken from the Rec
The Little Rose is the last pub in the village. It has a comfortable lounge bar/dining room, a separate public bar, and a large garden with children’s play area and a petanque piste with floodlights. Families with children of any age are warmly welcome. It serves food including special children’s meals and there’s a wide range to activities based at the pub. There is now a Little Rose Support Group which has registered the pub as an Asset of Community Value. This gives the pub a small measure of protection.