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
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
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
Here is the report received for January 2020 from Haslingfield’s assigned County Councillors.
County Report Jan 20
Attached is the District Councillors report for January 2020.
Haslingfield PC District Cllr Report January 20
Please find the agenda for the Haslingfield Village Hall Committee meeting on 15th January at 7:30pm at the village hall (committee rooms).
Please find the minutes of the HVH Committee Meeting from 23rd October 2019.
The Haslingfield Parish Council Meeting will be taking place this Monday 13 January at 7.30 pm at Haslingfield Methodist Church. To see the agenda, please click 20200113 Agenda HPC Meeting
The webteam has been very busy digitising a large number of old and historical photos relating to Haslingfield and its citizens. We plan to publish these over the next couple of months, the first of these can be found here: https://haslingfieldvillage.co.uk/photos/.
If you have any information regarding these photos or feedback then the webteam would welcome your responses.
Following the annual skate park equipment inspection in November it has been reported that the riding surface of the ramp on the Half Pipe is quite damaged and some of the timber on the structure is rotting. Therefore, with the safety of users in mind the Parish Councillors have decided that the Half Pipe should be removed from the area as soon as possible. Read more