Saturday 17th November from 10am to 12pm. Come along and plant a tree with us! As part of the Woodland Trust’s Jubilee Woods Project the Trumpington Estate is creating a new area of woodland in Haslingfield. Parking will be available at Cantelupe Farm, Cantelupe Road (Haslingfield). From here there is a free park & ride service. For Sat Nav. use CB23 1LY
Olga has been a popular and dedicated contributor to the life of Haslingfield village for over forty years. Her skills have been widely offered to a diverse range of groups from brownies to the church and too many more to list in between. Read more
13 October 2012, 10:00 – 12:00, Cantelupe Farm
The ‘walk’ will take the form of a tractor and trailer ride around Cantelupe Farm and Trumpington Fen showing the latest developments on the Estate, discussing crops, wildlife and farming methods with the David Knott, the General Manager, and Richard Pemberton. Spaces will be limited to 25 in the trailer, children welcome. Please register your interest at email@example.com.
Much has changed at Trumpington Farm Company in the last year. Firstly after nine years as Farm Manager for TFC Andrew Crossley has moved to the team at Thurlow Estate near Haverhill. In 2007 the operational running of TFC passed to Richard Pemberton from his father Antony, who continues to manage the Peterborough operations. In November, Richard welcomed David Knott to the team, who brings his wife Sue and family from Lincolnshire. As the new General Estate Manager, David is responsible not only for farming matters, but also wider estate issues. Read more
7:30-9.45pm, 19 October 2012, All Saints Church
Music in Quiet Places, a new and popular concert series, returns to All Saints’ Church this autumn. A young contemporary folk group, Tir Eolas will play inspired arrangements of traditional material including Irish, Swedish, Breton, Canadian, as well as their own lively folk-influenced pieces. The band is percussionist Ruairi Glasheen on bodhran, Pip Mercer on vocals and flute, guitarist Laura Snowden and violist Georgie Harris.
To learn more and to book, please visit www.cambridgesummermusic.com.
Now it is illegal to squat and it has become a criminal offence to do so, perhaps the law makers will make entry onto private land a similar offence. Heaven only knows how much it costs nationwide to evict these people and clear up the mess and filth many of them leave. Come on Mr Page, start the ball rolling in the Sunday Telegraph.
It is important for all Haslingfield residents to register for superfast broadband by 22nd September 2012.
For more details please visit: http://www.connectingcambridgeshire.co.uk/ where you can register.
Ron Van Der Hoorn
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Bring Chairs / rugs food and drink. Bucket collection for costs.
New for 2012 open mic sessions – contact Paul 871393.
A number of burglaries occurred yesterday (Monday 21st May) which are being linked and involved the unusual method of impersonating police officers to gain entry to homes.
Parish Council elections take place on May 3rd 2012, nominations need to be with South Cambs District Council by April 4th.
Application forms are available from the Parish Clerk now, there will be eleven vacancies. Read more
John Beresford has been in contact with someone from the Coxall family in Australia about the Coxall family tree. He has unfortunately lost the contact details. Would it be possible to email John at firstname.lastname@example.org to re-establish contact?
[email dated 28/2/2012 3.30 pm]
I would like to make you all aware of three recent dwelling burglaries that have been reported in the village in Church Street and New Road. Whilst we can’t categorically confirm they all took place at a similar time, it is possible that all occurred within the last 24 hours.