- Bin-bags are being provided and possibly gloves & litter-pickers, a few hi-vis waistcoats may be available
- It would be great to see you on Saturday, possibly with your children and grand children
- Just come along to the Recreation side of the Village Hall between 11.00 am to 3.00 pm
We look forward to seeing you, even if it’s just for half an hour.
The Haslingfield Parish Council Meeting will be taking place this Monday 14 March at 7.30 pm at the village hall. To see the agenda, please click: Agenda 14 March 2022
The Parish Council (and in particular thanks to Cllr Clive Blower) have produced maps and directions for five walks around the village. The are free to download print use etc.
Have a look!
With restrictions coming to an end in England, residents in Cambridgeshire are being encouraged to make the most of the spring and summer while continuing good hygiene practices which will help protect themselves and others from serious illness. After a tremendously difficult two years there will be relief for many that life can return to normal, but local health chiefs are reminding residents that there are people with underlying conditions who are at risk of severe illness from COVID.
There are also still concerns that the protection offered by the vaccine could wane and dangerous new variants could appear, while the chair of Cambridgeshire County Council’s Adults and Health Committee has also expressed concern about the reduction in testing and is calling for continued vigilance by local people.
For these reasons, local health chiefs have outlined a list of simple and easy to follow measures to help keep everyone as safe as possible from catching the virus and potentially becomingly seriously ill. Read more
Please click here for All Saints’ Church Services in March.
National Highways are continuing their work to replace the expansion joints, re-waterproof and resurface the M11 junction 9 overbridge. This work will ensure the bridge continues to remain in a safe and serviceable condition. They plan to complete this work over 4 weekends from Friday 11 March, weather conditions permitting.
To carry out the work safely, there will be a 50mph speed restriction on the junction 9 overbridge. They will also need to close the M11 between junctions 9 (junction with A11) and 10 (junction with A505) in both directions and divert traffic as detailed below: Read more
Meanwhile, you can now see some photos of our November 2021 panto, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves on our website here. We hope you enjoy looking at them!