scarecrow colour logo from prue12th ~ 14th September

All Weekend look out for  scarecrows around the village and even a few in Harlton. Please remember to put your scarecrow up before the 12th September. (There are some bales of  straw  behind the Glebe wall in the churchyard and near the churchyard shed.  Please take it away in blocks so as to minimise mess).

See below for the great programme of events .

FRIDAY 12th September

roseFRIDAY NIGHT QUIZ at THE LITTLE ROSE. Quiz starts at 8.30 pm
Anybody can enter a team of 6 on the night. Entrance fee is £20 per team which includes a light supper and there will be cash prizes. For more information contact Neil and Sue on 01223 872618.


SATURDAY 13th September  

dog_poster DOG SHOW on the WELL HOUSE MEADOW – starts at 10.30 am (registration from 10 am)
Various dog categories. For more information contact Donna at donna.newey@sky.com or turn up at 10 am for registration. Entry on the day £2 per class, 3 entries for £5.




brass bandALL SAINTS’ CHURCH OPEN AFTERNOON from 2 pm to 4.30 pm
Featuring the Eversden Brass Band performing on the Glebe.   Stalls will include Books, Bric-a-Brac, Cakes and local Produce, Crafts and Tombola.   Afternoon cream teas will be served.


4 saxaphonesPIMM’S @ PEAR TREE – Pear Tree Cottage on Harston Road (just off Back Lane) 4pm to 7pm

Enjoy the last of the summer, with a lazy afternoon in the garden:
Eat: sandwiches and scones.
Drink: Pimm’s, champagne, wine, beer, soft drinks.
Relax: sit back and enjoy the sounds of the CAM Sax quartet… or get involved with some garden games!

ALL proceeds will go to Addenbrooke’s Breast Cancer Appeal (previously known as the Pink Rose Appeal).


dancersLIVE MUSIC EVENING with local band THE REMNANTS
on Haslingfield Rec from 7.45 pm
Rock, Pop and Soul classics from last 5 decades. Free Entry. Bring your own Drinks / Food / Dancing Shoes!

Bucket collection for the hardworking band!  Little Owls will be selling Glow lights in the evening.


SUNDAY 14th September

at Lesanna Farm, Cantelupe Road – 11am to 4pm
Weather permitting; we will be holding a small working event, featuring agricultural tractors, from the 1930s through to the present day. There will also be refreshments, with a small play area for’tiny farmers’ to have some fun! No admittance charge, just a collection box where any donations will be gratefully accepted – we will be raising funds for the Arthur Rank Hospice Appeal.


maypoleGARDEN SHOP at 2 Harston Road – 11am to 4pm
There will be stalls selling art, cards, jewellery, plants, home baking and fish and chips. There will be maypole dancing, willow weaving and more for kids. Entry for adult’s 50p. Children Free. 10% of profits will go to Haslingfield School. For more details contact opheliaredpath@btinternet.com


on Haslingfield Rec and Tennis Courts – 2pm to 5pm
Come and try a variety of sports all of which happen in Haslingfield:
Korfball with Little Owls and soft drinks and cakes.
Football with Haslingfield Colts – come and beat the goalie or try out Cricket or Boot Camp.
Come and try the Ball Machine Challenge or find out how fast your serve is at the Tennis Courts.  Or just come along and enjoy a glass of Pimms.


at 19 Trinity Close and 35 Barton Road – 2 to 5 pm
19 Trinity Close – walk down the drive into Jay’s back garden and over the bridge into the organic vegetable garden and greenhouse.
35 Barton Road – Visit Lucian and Linda Hatfield’s vegetable garden. Regrets no dogs. Please take care as uneven paths and deep water.


Also while looking for Scarecrows throughout the weekend keep an eye out for garage sales and stalls.

Saturday AM – 36 Badcock Road – Toy Sale

Saturday and Sunday 2 – 4pm – 81 New Road – Garage Sale

Saturday and Sunday 11 – 4pm – 2 Butler Way, Off Broad Lane – Trash Chic Clothes and Accessories Pop-Up Shop

Sunday – 7  Canteloupe Road – selling ice creams, buns and lemonade

But there may well be more on the weekend.

Finally vote for your favourite scarecrow on http://www.haslingfieldscarecrowfestival.org/vote.html

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