Tuesday 18th February 2020
Please note that due to ongoing building work in the Village Hall, this meeting will again be held in All Saints’ Church, Haslingfield at 8.00pm. Note also that the subject has changed from previously published.
The speaker will be Professor Andrew Klein, Macintosh Professor of Anaesthesia, Royal Papworth Hospital, NHS Foundation Trust, who will speak on What do you know about iron? – (a talk about iron deficiency.)
Everyone is very welcome, Members free, visitors a small charge for coffee (or tea) and biscuits.
Continuing the programme of fundraising lectures, the Friends of Cam Sight are delighted to present an evening with Professor Sir David John Spiegelhalter OBE FRS. His talk on ‘communicating health risks and scientific uncertainty’, is sure to be entertaining, informative and fun! The suggested £15 donation also includes wine, soft drinks and canapes, and bookings can be made via their website https://www.camsight.org.uk/Event/an-evening-with-professor-sir-david-spiegelhalter
Haslingfield Little Theatre would like to invite you to a Rehearsed Play Reading of Travels with my Aunt by Graham Greene, adapted for the stage by Giles Havergal. It will take place from 7.30 pm on Friday 6 March at Haslingfield Village Hall.
The play concerns Henry Pulling who meets his long-lost aunt at his mother’s funeral, but has no idea of the whirlwind of exotic adventures that lie ahead of him. Read more
The Film Club tomorrow evening (Friday 14th February) will be at 7.30pm and will show a picture suitable for St. Valentine’s day! (Certificate PG) We shall meet in Haslingfield Methodist Church Rooms. Admission is free. Running time of the film is 92min and we break for tea, coffee and biscuits half way through. ‘Hard of hearing’ subtitles will be used.
The Broad Lane pathway ( alongside Wellhouse Meadow ) from High Street to Butler Way will be closed to pedestrians and equestrians from 02/03/20 until 04/05/20 for Gas Works.
Please find the presentation from Network Rail regarding the proposed new Cambridge South railway station near the Biomedical Campus.
Network Rail Cambridge South Station presentation Feb 2020
Here are the reports received for February from Haslingfield’s assigned County Councillors and District Councillors respectively.
County Report February 2020
Haslingfield PC District Cllr Report Feb 20
The Haslingfield Parish Council Meeting will be taking place this Monday 10 February at 7.30 pm at Haslingfield Village Hall. To see the agenda, please click 20200210 Agenda HPC Meeting
Please be aware that from 2 – 6 March 2020 the Barton Road, Haslingfield will be closed for resurfacing work.
Haslingfield Road, Barton – A603 – Eversden Road, Harlton – High Street – Haslingfield Road – Harlton Road, Haslingfield – Church Street and vice versa
Here are the minutes from the last Parish Council meeting held on 13th January 2020.
20200113 HPC Minutes 13 January 2020
Due to building work at the village hall the Village Society meeting tomorrow, Tuesday 21st January will be held in All Saints’ Church, Haslingfield at 8.00pm.
There is also a change to the advertised speaker and topic, which will now be: Genomic Revolution …. and you! A talk by Jason Skelton, an Advanced Research Assistant at the Wellcome Genome Campus near Hinxton just south of Cambridge. Home to the Sanger Institute, the campus has leading scientists in the fields of genomics and biodata. Read more
You can now see some photos from our November 2019 panto: Sleeping Beauty on our website here.
Regarding our next production, we will not be putting on a play this May because of extension work at the Village Hall, but look forward to welcoming audiences to our November 2020 show in the newly-extended Hall!
Here is the report received for January 2020 from Haslingfield’s assigned County Councillors.
County Report Jan 20