This Monday 7 February, at 8.00 p.m. in Haslingfield Village Hall, we will be reading through the script for our May Production – two very funny short plays, which are comic spoofs of well-known play types, in which anything that can go wrong does go wrong!
If you’ve ever felt like taking the acting plunge, this could be your chance to take on a small but great fun challenge! Read more
At 8 o’clock on Tuesday 15th February in the Village Hall Twigs Way, professional garden historian, author and broadcaster on radio and television, will talk on the History of the Cottage Garden. Everyone is welcome at Village Society meetings, a small charge being made for adult non members – children free.
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.
In a 1907 inspection report, Haslingfield School was described as having an “ample garden area”. Only boys did Gardening, and there was a strong emphasis on neatness and accuracy – “measuring the distance between rows of vegetables” and “trimming the edges of plots”. Apparently there was much student interest, and early attempts at an integrated curriculum, with gardening “widely made the basis of various exercises in Arithmetic and Composition”. Read more
On 20 & 21 May, Haslingfield Little Theatre will be performing their Spring Production: Two Coarse Plays with a Two Course Meal. The two hilarious plays are:
Trapped, which is based on a country house thriller
Pride at Southanger Park, a romance set in Regency times
And, of course, in true coarse acting spirit, everything that can go wrong does go wrong within both plays!
Tickets are now on sale at Haslingfield Village Shop and the Little Rose pub. They cost £12, and include a two-course meal. The audience will be grouped around tables of 8 people, so you can either buy tickets for yourselves, or why not gather together some friends and book a whole table for what promises to be a very entertaining evening!
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
Minutes of meeting held on Monday January 10th 2011 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
The first of this year’s monthly jazz concerts will take place in Haslingfield Village Hall this Friday,
14 January. For more info. please click here: http://haslingfieldvillage.co.uk/wp/?page_id=2287
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
The First World War barely merited a mention in the Haslingfield School Log Book. The first mention is in June 1918 when the Head Teacher, George Royston, announced “I have given up the charge of this school today, as I am joining the Colours on Thursday next.” George returned to school duty in February of the following year. Read more
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.