NEXT WEEK: Little Theatre Panto Read-through and Auditions!

On Monday 15 July Haslingfield Little Theatre will be reading through the script of their exciting new original panto, The Golden Goose, written by Philippa Smith. This will be followed by Auditions on Thursday 18 July. Both will take place at Haslingfield Village Hall at 7.30 pm. Performances will take place on 21, 22. & 23 November 2024.
If you think you may like to be involved, on stage or back stage do come along! Here are a few examples of what the back-stage and production team do. Read more

NEXT THURSDAY 11 JULY: Little Theatre AGM & Quiz Evening

Haslingfield Little Theatre would like to invite you to attend their short, informal AGM, followed by a fun, light-hearted Quiz next Thursday 11 July,  7.30 pm at Haslingfield Village Hall.  Refreshments will also be provided. 
This evening is open to all, so they hope you can make what promises to be a really great evening!

INVITATION: Haslingfield Little Theatre AGM & QUIZ

Haslingfield Little Theatre would like to invite you to Haslingfield Village Hall on Thursday 11 July, 7.30 pm. The evening will comprise a very short informal AGM, followed by a fun, light-hearted quiz. 

They look forward to welcoming people to what promises to be a great evening!

Little Theatre Panto: The Golden Goose – Read-through & Audition Dates

Haslingfield Little Theatre are delighted to announce that their 2024 panto will be The Golden Goose, an exciting original production by Little Theatre member, Philippa Smith. The show will be performed from 21 to 23 November 2024 at Haslingfield Village Hall and will be full of songs, dances, fun and laughter!

If you’re interested in being involved, on stage or as part of the production team, they would love to welcome you to the read-through of the script on Monday 15 July and relaxed informal auditions on Thursday 18 July – both at 7.30 pm at Haslingfield Village Hall. Read more

NEXT SATURDAY: Murder Mystery Evening at Haslingfield Village Hall!

Join Haslingfield Little Theatre members next Saturday 18 May, 7.30 pm at Haslingfield Village Hall for a Murder Mystery Evening:  Four Weddings and a Murder

You will be entertained at the hilarious wedding of Penelope and Darren with their family and friends, so what can go wrong? Maybe the small matter of a MURDER! Enter Detective Lorgaire ready to interview the suspects. But it is you the guests who will consider the clues and decide who has committed the crime, while enjoying a piece of wedding cake. 
A few tickets left at £5 each here.

Haslingfield and Harlton Eco Group – Bi-Annual Report and New regular Meetups

The Haslingfield and Harlton Eco Group has entered its fourth year of existence and approved its latest report at its AGM on March 5th 2024. You can view the report, outlining all of the group’s activities over the past two years, on the About page of their website at
The group is also announcing a new, regular meetup. Between April 19th 2024 and October 18th 2024, they will be holding informal, social meetings at the Hare and Hounds Pub on the 3rd Friday of every month. Read more

Haslingfield Village Society Talk, Tuesday 16 April, 8.00 pm, Haslingfield Village Hall

Plastic, Packaging and Sustainability – the real truth
How can you really be sustainable in what you buy and eat? What is really going on in the world of plastics and packaging, and what you should be doing about all the plastic you are using? Everyone is very welcome to hear about this important issue.

Our speaker, Paul Earnshaw, leads the team that is responsible for implementing the packaging strategy for the Tesco Packaged Food Divisions, Non-Food Divisions and coordination with the rest of the Tesco Group. Read more

Important News: Haslingfield Little Theatre May Production

This is to let you know that Haslingfield Little Theatre have been unable to find directors for their May production, Two Coarse Plays on 16, 17 & 18 May 2024. This means that sadly the show will not go ahead and next week’s read-through and auditions on 12 & 15 February at Haslingfield Village Hall have been cancelled.

Hugh Lupton ‘Psalms from the Horse’s Mouth’

Haslingfield Village Society still have tickets available for the Storytelling presentation from Hugh Lupton Psalms from the Horse’s Mouth at Haslingfield Village Hall on Saturday, 10 February.
Doors open at 6.30 p.m. for a 7 p.m. start. There will be interval food provided.

Tickets are £15 each. Contact: Maria Stringer:
or Mike Hendy:
Please state if you would like a vegetarian option.

Second Annual Village Quiz Night

Open to Everyone – don’t miss out on the fun:

  • Saturday, March 2nd  2024 at Haslingfield Village Hall, 8.00 pm (Doors open at 7.30 pm). NB This has changed from the original time of 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm.
  • Teams of 5 people. (Maximum of 14 teams)
  • Entry fee is £2 per person.  
  • Licensed Bar (cash only) Nibbles provided
  • Contact: Louisa Curnow John Beresford

Sponsored by the Haslingfield Village Society

The History of Bread: Why it is important today: 20 February, Haslingfield Village Hall

A talk by Pete Spence: resident of Haslingfield, a husband and father. His day job is a project manager in the aerospace industry, but his real passion is bread making. Pete will speak about where bread was originated and in what forms across the world throughout history. He will discuss how industrialisation changed bread for the worse.  His talk will touch on bread making techniques, the gut microbiome, and how we can stand up against giant conglomerates in the food industry. Haslingfield Village Society. Tuesday, 20th February, 8.00pm, Haslingfield Village Hall  

All welcome.  Members and youngsters 16 and under are free.  £2.50 visitors, which includes refreshments

Tomorrow – New Year’s Day Walk!

The Village Society’s New Year’s Day Walk will start at Haslingfield Village Hall at 11.00 am tomorrow – 1 January 2024. It will be again led by Clive Blower.

Everyone is welcome – sandwiches and soup will be provided at the end.

Haslingfield Village Society: A NIGHT NOT TO MISS!

The renowned storyteller, Hugh Lupton, will be presenting Psalms from the Horse’s Mouth at Haslingfield Village Hall on Saturday, 10 February 2024.

  • Doors open at 6.30 p.m. for a 7 p.m. start
  • There will be interval food provided.
  • Tickets are £15 each: Contact Maria Stringer at or Mike Hendy at Please state if you would like a vegetarian option.