Haslingfield & Harlton Food Hub is still in need of donations as these hard times continue. We are continuing to support families from our communities working alongside the Harston Food Hub.
PLEASE HELP FIND OUR MISSING CAT – FUDGE.
Please check your sheds , garages etc . He went missing yesterday morning, usually he returns by the afternoon … but alas no show…. which is unusual for him. Many thanks.
Here are two historical accounts relating to Aviation in Haslingfield – submitted by Nigel Perry:
Mustang P-51D crash Sunday 6 August 1944
The P-51D Mustang was from the 339th Fighter Group Fowlmere. It had taken off from Fowlmere at 08.35 hrs on a mission and spun in out of a cloudbase of 700 feet, crashed through hedges bordering Cantelupe Road, roughly 100 yards beyond the footpath at Lesanna Farm at 08.50 hrs. The aircraft exploded in a field right of the road. Wreckage was strewn 400 yards with bullets exploding.
The pilot 2/Lt Arthur Tongue was thrown out and sadly killed. He is buried in the American War Cemetery at Madingley Plot E Row 4 Grave #73. Read more
You can buy your tickets for the Haslingfield School PTFA Christmas Raffle at Haslingfield Shop
or contact: email@example.com.
More details here.
Our new website at www.haslingfielduniforms.com has a wide selection of nearly new Haslingfield Primary school uniform for all ages. Orders are delivered free of charge to any door in Haslingfield and Harlton. Read more
Quiz masters Hannah and James Roberts are returning for another virtual quiz night on You Tube Live at 8pm. This event is aimed at adults and the theme is the 80s and 90s. Join as an individual, couple or a team (maximum of 6). Arrange your own team communications on an app such as Zoom or WhatsApp.
There is no fixed price for joining in but we are asking for a donation of whatever you can spare. Our aim is to raise £1000 for the PTFA and Haslingfield Little Owls. First prize is half a dozen bottles of wine (Thank you Offord and Camp!) and a cash donation given to the charity of your choice. Read more
Several trees will be felled next week, between Tuesday 29th September and Thursday 1st October for a variety of reasons; some are dead, some are at risk of losing limbs and some are at risk of falling onto villagers’ property.
A notice has been posted on most of the trees (the ones we could get to) and a note put through the doors of the nearby houses. The trees in question are located in: Read more
Haslingfield Parish Council will be holding a virtual Planning Meeting on Thursday 24 September 2020 at 7pm. Please find more details here.
The PTFA is running a treasure hunt to coincide with Haslingfield Scarecrow Festival. It can be completed at any time over the three days- just download and print the documents on the links below for instructions and answer sheets. There are 2 treasure hunts:
The JUNIOR treasure hunt follows a circular route around the village (approx 1.25 miles) and is aimed at children aged approx 3 to 6 years. Instructions and answer sheets here.
The ADVANCED treasure hunt is aimed at children aged approx. 7 to 11 years, although younger and older may still wish to join in. This will also involve a walk of around 1.25 miles in total. Instructions and answer sheets here.
Although we are not charging an entry fee for the treasure hunt, the PTFA does rely upon people’s generosity to raise funds to benefit our village school. If you are able to make a contribution, it would be greatly appreciated. There is a fundraising page set up for the treasure hunt on our Golden Giving site. Please go to www.goldengiving.com/fundraising/haslingfieldtreasurehunt
Thank you, and have a great time.
Here’s a great photo of Haslingfield from the air, taken by Laurence Haslop of Cambridge Drones.
To find out more about this year’s Scarecrow Festival, please click here.
CamSight, who in normal times meet in Haslingfield Methodist Church every month, have a vacancy for a driver for their new mobile low vision aids and equipment unit. For more information please click here.