The HVS 26th August opening of the Bakehouse on the Wellhouse Meadow turned out to be a glorious day; this was in sharp contrast the early August opening when we expected Noah to come by in his Ark. About 40 visitors, including families, were welcomed. Talks on the history of the meadow and of the bakehouse were given. Read more
Under Threat but Being Saved: The work of the Shepreth Hedgehog Hospital
The ‘common’ hedgehog is under threat from human caused changes to their natural habitat. The Hedgehog Hospital at Shepreth treats and rehabilitates hedgehogs before release back into the wild. Their second aim is to educate people about hedgehog conservation and show how easy it is to help hedgehogs in the local environment. Read more
All Saints’ Church Fête this Saturday 2 September
Games and stalls 12.30 to 3.30. Teas and a mixed programme of live music 1.30 to 4.00
All residents need to be aware that because new bin collection routes are being created from scratch the time that their bin is emptied may be different from now, so bins need to be ready for collection by 6am.
New bin collection schedules from 18 September can be checked at www.scambs.gov.uk/binchanges and compared with the current schedule at Find your household bin collection day – South Cambs District Council (scambs.gov.uk) to see if your sequence is changing. Letters will be sent to all addresses which will have a change.
We are looking for an actor to play a key role in our panto, Treasure Island on 23, 24 & 25 November: Jim (the Cabin Boy). Ideally aged between 17 & 24, Jim will play opposite Laura (a serving girl in the Inn owned by Jim’s mother, Dame Trott). These characters feature prominently throughout the show and Jim is not required to sing or dance.
If you, your friends, family or colleagues are interested in auditioning for this role, do please contact John Smith, the director, today on: 01223 817403 or 07722 355223 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more
Please click here for Church Services in September 2023.
Rehearsals commence on Monday, September 4 and the director is eager to fill three remaining parts to complete the cast of 30 led by Robert Louis Stevenson’s popular sea-dog Long John Silver. It is a wonderful opportunity for aspiring actors to join an award winning group and join Silver and Dame Trott on their journey to the South Seas. The roles available are: Read more
David and his wife Margy retired and moved to Haslingfield 20 years ago and he enjoyed being on the All Saints church team and singing with the Village Choir.
The funeral will be held at All Saints’ Church on Tuesday 22 August at 11.30 am.