We have received a few reports of rogue trading over the last few days in the villages of Haslingfield and Bassingbourn Cum Kneesworth. Please see the below advice and guidance on the topic.
A Reminder about Rogue Traders, Cold-Callers, and Other Uninvited Callers
Police frequently receive calls reporting cold-callers and doorstep sellers, asking for advice on how to deal with them. See here for more details: Rogue Trader Guidance and Advice
Next Wednesday, February 21 we will be hosting 24 hours of crime prevention activities across the county covering bike theft, purse dipping, vehicle crime and dwelling burglary. We will also have a range of security products for sale at cost price and will also be offering to security mark property.
The awareness day, the force’s biggest ever crime prevention event, will involve around 8 Crime Prevention Officers, 40 Police Officers, 80 PCSOs and 12 Special Constables, as well as our police cadets. Those involved will be split into teams to focus on particular crime types. Lee Hurley (7293) Online Communities PCSO
To find out what is going on in your area, visit http://ow.ly/rgam30ipJBL
01/02/2018- 13/02/2018 Porkers Lane, Haslingfield CF0084750218 Criminal damage. Offender(s) have damaged a communal structure.
If you have any information relating to the crime reported, please contact the police on 101. Or if you wish to remain anonymous please call crime stoppers on 0800 555 111. PCSO 7156 Samuel Kennedy
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Haslingfield Village Hall, Tuesday 20th February 2018 at 8.00pm. Everyone is very welcome. Members and youngsters are free, Visitors £2. Enjoy a ‘cuppa’ and a chat in the interval.
The next Pop-Up Coffee Shop at the Methodist Church is on Tuesday 13th February 8:45 – 11:30am and we are raising funds for the 1st Haslingfield Brownies. Come along for fairtrade tea, coffee, cakes and pastries. This is during half-term so we will be joined by the Brownies themselves, some of whom will be working towards a badge – please come and support our girls!
‘Wetheuncivilised: A Life Story’
Friday, February 16, 2018, 7:00 PM 10:00 PM, Haslingfield Methodist Church
As part of the city-wide Films for Our Future Festival, Pivotal, an arts organisation for sustainability, is screening this beautiful documentary about a young couple on a quest throughout Britain for a more satisfying and sustainable way of living. Discouraged by their urban lifestyles, Lily and Pete set out to discover other ways of living in the modern world. Their journey didn’t provide them with easy answers, but it did inspire them and introduce them to some of the new ways of thinking that may just change the way we all live and help to protect the planet. Read more
The next Film Club meeting will be held on Friday 9th February 2018 at 7.30pm and will show a film based on a true story: running time 114 min. Certificate: PG. We shall meet in Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms. Admission is free. We break for tea, coffee and biscuits, half way through. ‘Hard of hearing’ subtitles will be used. Read more
However a small group of determined people got together in the late eighties and managed to persuade the villagers, that a new purpose built hall would be a good idea and Peter Hall Architects of Cambridge were asked to prepare some initial plans based on all the user groups requirements.
These requirements included a kitchen, changing facilities and showers including a room for the referee, a view over the recreation ground, toilets including a disabled toilet, a hall large enough to seat at least 100 people, space for a temporary stage with a height of at least 4m and preferable not too expensive.
I believe that the architect did an excellent job in designing the hall. (tbc)
The plans for the Village Hall extension will be on display for review and discussion prior to the next Parish Council meeting at 7pm on Monday 12th February 2018 in the Village Hall.
Please find agenda for the Parish Council meeting on 12th February in the Village Hall at 19:00.
Agenda HPC Meeting 12th February 2018
Members of the public are welcome to attend.
By taking simple preventative measures you can reduce the risk of becoming a victim of burglary:-
ALARMS: One of the most effective deterrents is to install a burglar alarm. Ensure it is set every time you leave the house.
SECURE ENTRY POINTS: Don’t leave any windows or doors unlocked or ajar as these can be easy access points for a burglar.
IF YOU ARE GOING AWAY: make your home look lived in, ask your neighbours to keep an eye out and install timer lights. You are at much less risk of being the next victim if burglars think you are at home.
Please find the minutes of HVH Committee Meeting from 3rd January.
Our next production will be RolePlay, a hilarious comedy by Alan Ayckbourn, which we are performing on 17-19 May. If you’d like to be involved, you’ll find more information about on-stage & back-stage roles and the Read-Through and Audition Dates at: www.haslingfieldlittletheatre.co.uk/productions/roleplayroles.html
And, we hope you’ll enjoy looking at photos from our last production, Oliver! at: www.haslingfieldlittletheatre.co.uk/productions/oliver.html