Food vans in the village this week

Happy New Year food lovers! Wishing all a happy, healthy, and appetite-fulfilled 2024!  A short food van schedule at the Haslingfield Village Hall this week to help everyone ease back into the pressures of 2024…
Thursday (4/1): Not operating.
Friday (5/1): Not Operating.
Saturday (6/1): HK Hitwrap brings us a very warm welcome and happy New Year!  Pre-orders

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 stringerhasfield@aol.com or Mike Hendy at m.hendy189@btinternet.com. Please state if you would like a vegetarian option.

THE SECOND ANNUAL HASLINGFIELD VILLAGE QUIZ! BOOK NOW!

  • Saturday, March 2nd  2024 at Haslingfield Village Hall, starting at 7.30 pm Doors open at 7.00 pm.
  • Again teams of five are invited. See if you can beat to beat last year’s champions!
  • Entry fee is £2 per person.  To enter your team (£10), please email louisacurnow@hotmail.com Don’t forget to give the name of your team.
  • Bar available (and this year we won’t run out of beer!)

Looking forward to seeing you! John Beresford, Chair, Haslingfield Village Society

POP UP CAFE IN AID OF RIDING FOR THE DISABLED:

Tuesday 12 December, 8.45am to 11.30am at Haslingfield Methodist Church on the High Street next to the village green.

This fundraiser will help us to buy new riding hats for the local group and recruit volunteers. Please come along to find out more about our group and support us while you chat and enjoy hot drinks and cake. Read more

Food vans in the village this week

Dark damp days are miserable!  Food van schedule this week at the Haslingfield Village Hall carpark (5-8pm) to bring a special smile back to our faces:
Thursday (7/12): HK Hitwrap. Hot wok specials.  Pre-orders
Friday (8/12): La Biga. Hot pizza specials!
Saturday (9/12): not operating.

Haslingfield’s First Repair Café

We’re delighted that, with help from the Parish Council, Haslingfield & Harlton Eco Group will hold its first Repair Café on February 18th, in Haslingfield Village Hall.

Repair Cafes are community events that match people who need stuff fixed with people who like fixing things. Local, experienced, volunteer repairers repair all sorts of household items such as kettles, toasters, lamps, laptops, clothes, toys, bikes and more. Read more

Neighbourhood Plan Survey – Deadline 31 December

Haslingfield has officially started the process of creating a Neighbourhood Plan. With a good plan in place we can have much more say over protecting our green spaces and choosing the kinds of housing that is built in our village. But in order to put a plan in place, the volunteers creating the plan have to demonstrate that we’ve consulted with residents of all ages – not just households, but as many residents as possible. Read more

Food vans in the village this week

Fully loaded Food van schedule this week at the Haslingfield Village Hall carpark!
Thursday (16/11): Papas Locas and loads of loaded fries options including a Greek special (ask for it)!
Friday (17/11): La Biga and loads of pizza topping options.
Saturday (18/11): Pimp My Fish and a load of happiness with Fish n Chips! Pre-orders 

Food vans in the village this week

Attention food lovers!  Halloween is behind us and now we have a great treat on the Food Van schedule at the Haslingfield Village Hall carpark this week:
Thursday (9/11): Steak and Honour. You know what to do.  Pre orders only
Friday (10/11): La Biga the favourite Friday Pizza queens.
Saturday (11/11): Manna Seoul  Introducing the latest craze in Korean street food, now local to Cambridgeshire.  Look up K-dogs on google, and you’ll find out more.  Some pics included to whet appetites!