Application for school place in September 2022

The application process for children who need a school place in Cambridgeshire or Peterborough for September 2022 has started.  Any child transferring from primary school to secondary school next year must apply for a place by 31 October 2021.  Children due to start at primary or junior school next September must complete their application by 15 January 2022.

Further details for Cambridgeshire can be found at: the Council website.

NHW – Keep It Secure

Beware! Burglars only need a gap of 23cm (9″) to get through!

In one third of break-ins burglars get in through a window.

Make sure your doors and windows are secure when you leave your home, even if you’re only going out for a few minutes (even into your garden!).

Burglars steal tools from sheds to break into homes. Make sure your shed is securely locked. Shed alarms are available. A simple ‘Window Alert Alarm -batteries included costs £4.74 from the Safety Supply Co’ online today, this could be all it takes to avert a break-in.

For further information on home security, visit www.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/

Food vans in the village this week

Happy Monday food lovers.  Help is on the way this week to deal with the shock that summer is over and the return to work traffic is back to pre-covid congestion levels!  At the Haslingfield Village Hall this week (5-8pm):  Thursday (16/9): Kerief Catering with Caribbean spicy flavours. Walk ups or pre-order.  Friday (17/9): Oreno Japanese grill and sushi!!! (the regular Biga pizza team are taking a hard earned rest and Oreno are here to fill the gap in your bellies!)  All cooked and prepared to order. PRE ORDERS ONLY.  Saturday (18/9): Pig-Casso’s, the smoked and pulled meat kings! Pre-orders highly recommended to avoid missing out.

All Saints’ Church Mini Fete Saturday 18th September: 2pm to 4.30pm

Come along and support us to raise money for our village church.
Teas and music inside the church – a first chance to hear the internationally renowned Cann twins playing duets on piano. 
A teddy zip wire for the children – bring your own Teddy for a ride from the church tower or buy one from our stall.
Outdoor stalls. Bric a brac, books, toys, plants, produce, a bottle stall and a raffle.
PS. Claire, our new vicar, is one of the Cann twins

Festival Players Touring Show comes to Haslingfield Village Hall

Haslingfield Little Theatre are delighted to be hosting the Festival Player’s Touring Show, Let the Sunshine In – Songs the World needs Right Now at Haslingfield Village Hall on Friday 1 October, 7.30 pm

The show will comprise: An evening of vibrant and uplifting live music, taken from Broadway and West End musicals including ‘Dear Evan Hansen’, ‘& Juliet’, ‘West Side Story’ and ‘Groundhog Day’. 

Tickets at £10 each are available at: www.haslingfieldlittletheatre.co.uk.
You are welcome to bring your own refreshments and glasses (no bar). 

NB There will be reduced capacity in the Hall, increased ventilation and mask-wearing is requested, if possible.

Food vans in the village this week

Happy Monday all.  Super 100th birthday party on the weekend gone by.  Summer is back.  Kids are back at school.  Can life be any better?  Regardless of your answer, there is good food news for us this week at the Haslingfield Village Hall (5-8pm):  Thursday (9/9): It’s burger time with Steak and HonourFriday (10/9): La Biga pizza as always.  Saturday (11/9): Wandering Yak with their plant based North African flavour sensations.  Sunday (12/9): a day of rest.

Food vans in the village this week

Final days of school holidays and the 100th birthday celebrations for the Haslingfield Rec Ground is upon us!  Food van schedules this week:  Thursday (2/9): Pull Me Cheri French brioche rolls filled with delicious choice of chicken, lamb, pork, beef, or halloumi!  Friday (3/9): La Biga pizza.  Saturday (4/9): 100th birthday event features 3 food vans: Bon Crepes for a mix of sweet or savoury options;  Oreno Japanese grill and sushi;  Vonnie’s Balkan Express for Balkan delights. Sunday (5/9): not operating.

Connections Bus

The Connections Bus Project has been providing youth services in Cambridgeshire for over 25 years but arguable is currently experiencing its toughest period in all that time. However through adaption and perseverance the charity is surviving and hoping to thrive.  Please read the attached to read about how they are moving forward.

Connections Bus Newsletter Article Sep 2021

The Connections Bus are planning to be back in Haslingfield with the van on Wednesday 8 September with the youth
bus to follow shortly after.