Many of the outdoor play facilities at Haslingfield Primary School are in disrepair, this is of particular concern given the emphasis on outdoor activity in the new Physical Education curriculum. As Government funding for Cambridgeshire schools is notoriously low the PTFA is working with Ms. Peck (Leading Senior Teacher and PE Coordinator) to raise money for a new outdoor play facility called a Play Trail. This will have two components, a traverse wall and a wooden obstacle course. See images and more details on how you can help by clicking on ‘Read More’ below: Continue reading Play Trail Appeal for Haslingfield School
There’s a free Karaoke Party at the Little Rose Pub this Saturday 13th December. Sing your way to Christmas. First song hits the speakers at 8pm and continues until late. Just turn up, choose whatever song you want to and take part.
Also, the winners of the pub’s Christmas Draw will be made at 7pm this Sunday 14th December. There’s still time to buy a square for 50 pence. Buy as many squares as you want to and be in with a chance of winning one of the 40 prizes on offer. Prizes including a weekend away in England.
This Wednesday 10th December sees Christmas Bingo at the Little Rose Pub with cash prizes. First number will be drawn at 8pm. Just turn up to take part.
At the moment the Real Ales that are on sale at the pub are: Bedford based Well’s Eagle IPA bitter which is 3.6%; Doom Bar Bitter, now the No.1 selling cask beer in the UK, which is 4% from Sharps Brewery in Cornwall and Young’s Bitter from Charles Wells Brewery in London which dates back 175 years and is 3.7%, as well as real cider. The pub also sells teas, coffees, soft drinks, lagers, spirits and good honest food. Click ‘Read More’ for further details… Continue reading Xmas Bingo at the Pub
The Haslingfield Village Society presents: An Evening of Mystery, Magic, and Music with a Two-course Meal – The Secret World of Charles Dickens. Ian Keable, winner of The Magic Circle Comedy Award, performs the favourite magic tricks of Charles Dickens and divulges the spooky practices of Victorian psychics. During a hot meal with dessert, Tom Hatfield will entertain with music from the Victorian Music Hall. Saturday, 7 February 2015 at 7.00 pm. Haslingfield Village Hall. Tickets at £12.50 are available from January from: the village shops, M. Hendy (870270), M. Stringer (871256). Put the date in your diary, this is not to be missed.
from 3.30pm – 5.30pm at Haslingfield Primary School.
There’s a lot going on: Stalls, games,crafts, live music from the school brass band, a cafe serving hot drinks and delicious cakes and of course a visit from Santa himself!
The Haslingfield Allotment Gardeners Association (HAGA) is holding its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 2nd December in the Little Rose Pub in the village from 7.30pm. We are looking for new members and anyone interested in helping with the allotments which are on the road to Harston. The site is currently fully occupied and no waiting list. Anyone with green fingers is welcome.
Ron van der Hoorn – Treasurer
This Friday 28th November is Race Night at the Little Rose Pub. All money raised is in aid of Little Owls playgroup. Come and try you luck and try to win some money on the horses by placing bets of 50p or £1, no experience necessary!! The first race starts at 8pm.
At the moment the Real Ales that are on sale at the pub are: Bedford based Well’s Eagle IPA bitter which is 3.6; World’s Biggest Liar which is 4.3% from Jennings Brewery in Cumbria, which dates back to 1828; and Doom Bar, now the No.1 selling cask beer in the UK, which is 4% from Sharps Brewery in Cornwall. The pub also sells teas, coffees, soft drinks, lagers, spirits and good honest food.
The Little Rose now has a support group to help protect it and safeguard the pub’s future. For more information email:firstname.lastname@example.org
For £10-95 you can have a two course special Christmas Meal at the Little Rose Pub every Sunday lunchtime from now until the end of December. This is a saving of nearly £4-00 on the pub’s usual Sunday Lunches including pudding. You can choose from Turkey, Beef, Chicken and a Vegetarian option, and the price includes desert. There is a discount for children’s Christmas Meals. The Rose serves Sunday Lunches from noon until 3pm every Sunday. The pub is open 7 days a week from noon until late, and it serves food from 4pm until 9pm from Mondays to Fridays and from noon until 9pm on Saturdays.
Commemoration of WWI in Cambridgeshire
An evening of songs, readings, and stories from the time. This event is being presented jointly by the Haslingfield Little Theatre and The Village Society in Haslingfield Village Hall on Tuesday, 11 November at 7:30pm. A collection will be held for The British Legion.
Everyone, as always, is very welcome.