Anyone using Haslingfield and Barrington stores have to cover their face with scarf or mask otherwise you will be refused entry unfortunately. And only 4 customers at a time. Please ask before you enter. Thank you
At Country Kitchen, we’ve implemented the following extraordinary measures this morning, in a bid to keep everyone safer, help to prevent virus transmission and to hopefully allow us to continue providing food to our valued customers. Read more
Only 6 customers at a time at a distance to keep everyone safe. Please co-operate. One in – one out basis. So please ask before you come in. We are trying our best to serve our lovely community.
NHS staff will get priority as they are doing long shifts and shouldn’t have to wait and 10% discount for them. Thank you.
Green bin collections across Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire will not take place between Monday 23 March and Monday 4 May.
The Greater Cambridge Shared Waste Service, a partnership between Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire District Councils, has made the decision in order to support staff and the recycling and waste service as a whole during the Coronavirus outbreak. Read more
Representatives of the Parish council, Warden Scheme, Luncheon Club, Community Car Scheme, Churches and Church & Village Magazine have met to gather information to see how we can look after the safety and well-being of the vulnerable residents of Haslingfield.
We aim to set up a group of volunteers to maintain contact with anyone isolated, and to help where needed. Read more
It is extremely important to remember everyone who uses the Foodbank. In 2019, 9,243 three-day emergency food supplies were given to people in crises, and the need continues. We have seen so many pictures of people stockpiling, but for others it is a case of hoping to be able to feed their families. The Foodbank is always grateful for your support, but maybe you could think of doing it in a different way – by donating money! This way, urgently needed goods can be bought.
There are 2 ways of helping: Donate with Virgin Money Giving (the charity’s preferred option) where 100% of your donation goes to the charity. To donate, please click here. OR set up a standing order here. Both of these options can be cancelled at any time. Read more
Update on deliveries: We have the system in place now so anyone who needs delivery can create an account with us by paying in advance i.e. £100 (cash). Then whatever your total shopping bill will be deducted from your account. (Best way to keep everyone safe). All the receipts will be provided with each delivery so you can keep record as well. If this doesn’t suit you and you have a better idea we can discuss that. Read more
Just to inform everyone that if you are isolated in Haslingfield, Barrington or Harlton please call us and we will do free delivery to your door. And we will bring your medications as well which is delivered to our shop. Stay safe, keep safe and help elderly. Thank you. Haslingfield and Barrington shops.
March’s Pub Quiz at the Little Rose will take place on Saturday 7th and not Friday 13th March. The Little Rose Pub Quiz usually takes place on the second Friday of every month. Teams of any number, up to a maximum of six, can take part. Cost of entry is only £10 per team with all the entry fees given out as cash prizes. First Question asked at 8pm. Just turn up on the night or book in advance. We can also make up teams from whoever turns up on the night. It’s great fun with a good number of all local teams taking part. There’s 6 rounds covering many topics including a topical quiz round as well as a picture round. The quiz finishes around 10pm with a break halfway through.
Note that the roadworks have not started today as advised but the notice now states: The Barton Road, Haslingfield will be closed for resurfacing work for up to 10 days from 9 – 13 & 16 – 20 March (Mon-Fri) between 07:30-18:30. This is from the southern edge of the bridge to the first speed-bump in Haslingfield.
Haslingfield Road, Barton – A603 – Eversden Road, Harlton – High Street – Haslingfield Road – Harlton Road, Haslingfield – Church Street and vice versa
Saturday 7th March 2020 – 2.00pm, Haslingfield Village Hall. Please support us with any CAKES, JUMBLE, TOYS or GAMES. Please drop off items on the day at the Village Hall (10am – 12pm), or Phone Nick on 871465 to arrange collection – Please note we cannot accept any electrical items.
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