Green bin collection

South Cambridgeshire District Council has informed us that green bin collections are being suspended from Monday (13 December) because of the number of drivers and loaders absent – particularly with Coronavirus or self-isolating.  Key points to note are:

  • Green bin collections are planned to resume on Wednesday 12 January 2022 in line with the previously published Christmas schedule.
  • Crews are working hard to complete green bin rounds that are scheduled for the rest of this week. The message for the rest of this week is to put your green bin out as normal. If it is not collected on your usual collection day, leave it out, and it will be emptied by the afternoon of Tuesday 14 December.

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Food vans in the village this week

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around our streets!  Well done everyone!  At the Haslingfield Village hall this week (5-8pm) to keep up the Christmas cheer are some of our food van favourites.  Thursday (9/12): Steak and Honour and their juicy burger options.  Friday (10/12): La Biga pizza.  Saturday (11/12): Oreno with their full sushi and robata grill menu.

M11 night time closure – 6 December 2021

There will be a full closure on the M11 between junctions 8 and 10 northbound on Monday 6 December overnight from 11pm to 5am to install narrow lanes directly under the footbridge on the northbound carriageway.  Northbound traffic will be diverted off the M11 at junction 8 onto the A120, A10 and the A505 before re-joining M11 at junction 10.

Food vans in the village this week

Frosty the snowman has come to visit us early… the food van scene returns to the Haslingfield Village Hall this week to keep us warm!  Thursday (2/12): Oreno the sushi kings.  Friday (3/12): La Biga pizza the pizza gurus.  Saturday (4/12): Rotisseroll with their delightful selection of French-Italian style rotisserie offerings.

Pub Quiz Returns!

The Pub Quiz at the Little Rose is back! It will take place tonight (Friday 26th November) with a prompt 8pm start. Teams of any number, up to a maximum of four, can take part. Cost of entry is only £2 per per person 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 10

Little Rose

Little Rose

pm with a break halfway through. It’ll fully comply with current government social distancing and Covid-19 secure requirements.

Food vans in the village this week

Happy Monday all.  It seems Winter is going to come early and hit us by this weekend.  Food van alert: There WILL NOT BE ANY FOOD VANS this week at the Haslingfield Village Hall.  (This is due to a sold out theatre/pantomime event at the Village Hall.)  Fear not, however – there are tasty and heart warming curries available from Pop and Bharti for dine-in (at the Mohak Cafe) or take away (from the village shop).  More details on what curries this week will come.  And speaking of dine in options, there’s the Little Rose pub or the Harlton Hare n Hounds pub and La Pergola also if you’ve not tried before.

Six Free Trees for the village

The parish council are participating in the Six Free Trees scheme run by South Cambs District Council. The six trees will be delivered on the 6 December and we wanted to let you know the plans for the planting of these trees around the village.  Click six free trees for more information.

Food vans in the village this week

Monday means there is a new schedule of food vans for this coming week.  At the Haslingfield Village Hall this week (5-8pm):  Thursday (18/11): Kerief Catering and their lovely heart warming Caribbean fusion flavours.  Friday (19/11): La Biga and their wood fired oven pizza delights.  Saturday (20/11): A new Saturday night special: Dirt Box with an exciting array of flavourful options for meat lovers and non-meat lovers!

Village Christmas Tree sponsorship

Following the success of the Christmas Tree on the Village Green last year, the Parish Council have decided to continue with this tradition each year by purchasing the tree and using the lights you generously sponsored last year.  The purchase of the tree and the provision of the electric power to the lights is quite costly, so we are giving the villagers a chance to sponsor the tree again this year.  To save the fees of crowdfunding, sponsorship should be sent directly to the Parish Council bank account via bank transfer, or cash or a cheque can be accepted.   Please contact the Parish Clerk on or 01223 870269 for details.

Food vans in the village this week

Brrr…it is getting colder and colder, making you feel hungry?  At the Haslingfield Village Hall this week (5-8pm) to fill your hungry bellies:  Thursday (11/11): Steak and Honour!  Pre orders please.  Friday (12/11): La Biga.  Saturday (13/11): Wandering Yak.  On Saturday, please note there is a private hire event at the village hall.  The village hall car park will be very busy and full therefore avoid using the carpark.  Wandering Yak will be pitched for street level access.  Pre orders please!

Public Consultation: Greater Cambridge Local Plan

Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council are working together to create a joint Local Plan for their combined districts – which they are referring to as Greater Cambridge.  The Councils are inviting comments, via public consultation, on the Greater Cambridge Local Plan First Proposals.

Please click First Proposals Consultation Public Notice for further information.

Public Consultations: Cambridge Eastern Access and Making Connections

The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) will shortly be launching two public consultations on proposals to help people move around the area more easily and sustainably.

The Cambridge Eastern Access consultation will ask for views on proposals for cycling and walking improvements on Newmarket Road, while the ‘Making Connections’ consultation is part of the GCP’s City Access project and will ask for views on proposals to transform public transport, cycling and walking as well as reducing pollution and congestion in the area.

Please click here for further information