Sadly, after 7 1/2 years of trading, Country Kitchen will be closing its doors at the end of August. As always, thanks go to the wonderful support from our lovely customers in and around the village and I hope you will join me in thanking the Country Kitchen partners and staff for the superb job they did in keeping the shop open, and well stocked during the tricky pandemic times.
Work will start in September to bring the building up to current building regulations standard (particularly the fire regulations), and to properly demarcate the division between residential and commercial space. Some demolition will take place on the single storey extension at the back, and it’s the perfect time to replace the windows with conservation sashes, and carry out some general work to refresh the building and smarten it up.
The least sustainable building is one that is empty, and as a great believer in sustainability, we’ll do our very best to complete this work as soon as possible. Watch this space for updates!
Attached is the District Councillor’s report for July 2021.
District Councillor’s Report July 2021
Attached is the County Councillor’s report for July 2021.
County Councillor report July 2021
Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC) has funding for families who receive free school meals for their children, due to the benefits they receive, to have fun with their friends and enjoy new experiences at a local holiday scheme this summer. The Holiday Activity and Food (HAF) programme is funded by the Department for Education (DfE) and is co-ordinated by CCC.
An eligible child will be entitled to up to 64 hours of free holiday childcare through the school summer holiday period. A meal is also provided as part of the offer and children will have much needed social contact and physical activity. Parents can book places directly with participating holiday schemes. More information can be found at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/haf
The London to Cambridge charity cycle ride will be taking place on Sunday 25th July, organised by Bike Events The event will start in London between 07:30-09:30 and finish at Jesus Green, Cambridge by 17:30. There is a map showing the route through Cambridgeshire and further information can be found at https://bike-events.co.uk/Ride.aspx?id=678&n=y The emergency contact number for our control on the day is 07810 334161.
It’s Monday again! Forget football for another 55 years…For a result that can be certain, great flavours are coming our way at the Haslingfield Village Hall this week (5-8pm): Thursday (15/7): Buffalo Joe’s and their super sticky and tasty poultry creations are back! Don’t miss out… Friday (16/7): La Biga for almost endless pizza options (yes it means’ you’ll be “supporting” Italy!). Saturday (17/7): Kerief Catering and their Caribbean flavour fusions. Sunday (18/7): not operating.
Although COVID restrictions are being gradually relaxed, remember Hands. Face. Space if standing in a queue. And as always don’t forget to support our super local businesses including The Harlton Hare and Hounds and La Pergola. Your FINAL chance to visit The Moringa Tree is today, July 12th.
The Haslingfield Parish Council Meeting will be taking place this Monday 12 July at 7.30 pm at Haslingfield Village Hall. To see the agenda, please click: 07/12/2021 Agenda HPC Meeting
A relatively quiet food van schedule ahead this week at the Haslingfield Village Hall car park (5-8pm). Thursday (8/7): The crew from Cook’s Nest are back after a short time away from us! Friday (9/7): La Biga for neapolitan pizzas and more. Saturday (10/7): Not Operating. Sunday (11/7): Not Operating.
Although COVID restrictions are being gradually relaxed, remember Hands. Face. Space if standing in a queue. And as always don’t forget to support our super local businesses including The Harlton Hare and Hounds, La Pergola, and The Moringa Tree (which closes for the last time July 12).
Just a quick reminder that the read through and auditions for Haslingfield Little Theatre’s November Panto, Ali Baba & the Forty Thieves
will be taking place soon. Both will take place at Haslingfield Village Hall
at 7.30 pm
: Read-through: Monday 19 July
, Auditions: Monday 26 July.
Do come along, if you’re interested in being involved, either on-stage or as part of the production team. Teenagers aged 13+ are also welcome to attend.
Rehearsals will start on Thursday 2 September
(dependent on prevailing Government Guidelines). We rehearse at Haslingfield Village Hall for two hours on Monday and Thursday evenings. Performances are planned for 25, 26, 27 November 2021. www.haslingfieldlittletheatre.co.uk
The Haslingfield Parish Council planning meeting will be taking place Monday 5th May at 7.30 pm. Note that this is a virtual meeting. To see the agenda, please click: 20210705 Planning Meeting
Please find below the minutes from the Haslingfield Parish Council meeting 21 June 2021.
Haslingfield Parish Council Minutes 21 June 2021 (Draft)
Attached is the County Councillor’s report for June 2021.
County Councillor’s Report June 2021
It’s going to be a wet and wild weekend ahead, and that’s only talking about the Hootennanny event at the Harlton Hare and Hounds pub this weekend (July 3-4)! If that’s not your cup of tea (or pint of ale) or as well as, at the Haslingfield Village Hall carpark this week (5-8pm): Thursday (1/7): Steak and Honour with their juicy burger delights! Friday (2/7): La Biga for neapolitan pizzas and more. Saturday (3/7): Not Operating (Hootennnanny time?!?!) Sunday (4/7): Pull me Cheri with their brioche subs filled with flavoursome goodness!
Although COVID restrictions are being gradually relaxed, remember Hands. Face. Space if standing in a queue. And as always don’t forget to support our super local businesses including The Harlton Hare and Hounds (esp the Hootenanny event!) , La Pergola, and The Moringa Tree (which closes for the last time July 12).
Attached is the District Councillor’s report for June 2021.
District Councillor’s Report June 2021