Harvest Service – thanks for the flowers, fruit and veg


Harvest Service in Hatley St George Church, 2019 – fruit and flowers: 13th October 2019.
The Revd Norman Young stood in for his wife, the Revd Hilary Young (our parish priest), to take the Harvest Service in Hatley St...
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The PC meeting on Tuesday includes a planning application

Hatley Parish Council
Tuesday, 15th October / 7.30 pm, Hatley Village Hall


Hatley Parish Council, 21st May 2019 - L/R: Nicola Jenkins, Harold Nickerson, Micky Astor (Deputy Chairman), Alan Pinney (Chairman), Margot Eagle and Kim Wilde (Clerk).
Hatley Parish Council is holding an ‘Ordinary’ meeting is next Tuesday, 15th October – in addition to its routine business, it will also include...
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Hatley’s defibrillator – just dial 999

No need to panic – trained operatives will tell you what to do... and we have reminders to help


The defibrillator cabinet outside Hatley Village Hall. If you need to use it, first dial 999 – it has been registered with the NHS who will provide the code to open the cabinet door and give instructions for its use.
Hatley’s defibrillator (above) is located outside the Village Hall in Hatley St George in a locked and temperature-controlled cabinet. It has full public access...
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Good support for the Hatley Macmillan Coffee Morning


Well supported: the Macmillan Coffee Morning at Hatley Village Hall on 1st October 2019.
Lots of yummy cakes, tea and coffee were happily consumed at the special Hatley Coffee Morning on 1st October. it was given over to...
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Someone put a grenade in their blue bin!

Would you believe the things people put in their blue bins?


Found in a blue wheelie bin [4] – a-metal tape measure. Only things which can be recycled easily should be put into your blue bin. SCDC has a list on its website.
A grenade, a toilet seat and disco lights are on a list of items people in south Cambs have wrongly put into their blue...
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HOD raised over £250!

Every little helps the Friends of Friendless Churches to complete its St Denis’ project


St Denis' church, East-Hatley was open over the weekend on 13th to 15th September 2019 for the Heritage Open Days festival. Over 100 people came to look round and generously donated £252.45 to the Friends of Friendless Churches, which owns the building to help in its endeavours to complete the restoration of the church.
Actually, it was £267.45 – over three gloriously sunny days in mid-September as 103 people (some on bikes, some with children and two with...
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St Denis’ churchyard tidy-up

17 volunteers cut and cleared it on 4th August


Happy volunteers at the St Denis' church East Hatley, Cambridgeshire, churchyard tidy-up on 4th August 2019.
By Nicola Jenkins Many hands made lighter work! A fantastic turnout of 17 volunteers at St Denis’ churchyard worked hard on Sunday morning, 4...
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Hatley Village Fête 2019 – the photos

A fine time was had by all on Sunday, 21st July


Hatley Village Fete, 21st July 2019 – an ice cream van, police car, craft stalls, children's games, bouncy castle and an interesting display of classic cars kept everyone amused.
The weather was kind and lots of people came along on Sunday, 21st July to enjoy the tea tent, bouncy castle, children’s games and...
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Current parish newsletter

July 2019


Everyone in Hatley will have received a copy of the latest (July 2019) newsletter… but if you’ve not seen it or have lost your...
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Retired after 15 years

Goodbye to the original Hatley website


Well, that was the website that was. After 15 years of faithful service, time for a long rest for the old design now we’ve...
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Hatley Parish Council’s finances, 2018 / 2019

All the facts and figures


Hatley Parish Council’s financial results and audit documents for 2018 / 2019 are now available for you to scrutinise. All the files are downloadable...
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We’re in the news!

The Hatley website hits the headlines (almost)


Hatley website in the news – FoFC, Summer 2019 newsletter.
The Friends of Friendless Churches owns St Denis’ in East Hatley – along with 51 other redundant churches in England and Wales. Here’s a...
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New Parish Council chairman

Plus 2019 reports


Hatley Parish Council, 21st May 2019 - L/R: Nicola Jenkins, Harold Nickerson, Micky Astor (Deputy Chairman), Alan Pinney (Chairman), Margot Eagle and Kim Wilde (Clerk).
Alan Pinney is Hatley Parish Council’s new Chairman – he took over the role from Margot Eagle at the Annual Meetings on 21st May,...
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A little less of St Denis

Lost in the great fire at Notre Dame Cathedral


St Denis' statue in Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris. He was beheaded around 250 AD - Notre-Dame was built on the site of his church 900 years later. A relic of St Denis, placed in the weather vane atop the cathedral's spire in the 1830s was lost in the devastating fire of 15th April 2019. [Photo by Thesupermat-CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=21763309]
Saint Denis was a 3rd-century Christian martyr and saint – martyred for his faith by decapitation, thus now portrayed carrying his head in his...
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What’s on

Things going on in and near Hatley


Tuesday, 5th November Coffee Morning / 10.00 am, Hatley Village Hall. Wednesday, 6th November Gardening Club / 7.15 pm, Keir Suite, Eco Hub, Gamlingay....
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Monthly Coffee Morning

5th November, 10.00 am / Village Hall


Hatley, Cambridgeshire, Coffee Morning sign. The Coffee Mornings are held on the first Tuesday of every month in Hatley Village Hall from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm.
Date Tuesday, 5th November. Time 10.00 am to 1.00 pm. Venue Hatley Village Hall. Organisers Linda Hudson and Mervyn Lack. Do go – it’s...
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Gardening

6th November, 7.15 pm / Eco-Hub


Date Wednesday, 6th November. Time 7.00 for 7.30 pm. Venue Keir Suite, Eco Hub, Stocks Lane, Gamlingay, SG19 3JR. Subject  Gardening with grasses –...
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Archaeology

7th November, 7.30 pm / Blythe Way Community Room Gamlingay


Date  Thursday, 7th November Time 7.15 for 7.30 pm. Venue Blythe Way Community Room, Blythe Way, off Stocks Lane (opposite the Eco Hub) Gamlingay,...
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History

11th November, 7.15 pm / Eco Hub


Date  Monday, 11th November. Time 7.15 for 7.30 pm. Venue  Keir Suite, Eco Hub, Stocks Lane, Gamlingay, SG19 3JR. Subject  Ken Bonham – The...
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Parish Council – Ordinary Meeting

21st January 2020 – 7.30 pm / Hatley Village Hall


Hatley Parish Council, 21st May 2019 - L/R: Nicola Jenkins, Harold Nickerson, Micky Astor (Deputy Chairman), Alan Pinney (Chairman), Margot Eagle and Kim Wilde (Clerk).
Date Tuesday, 21st January 2020. Time 7.30 pm. Venue Hatley Village Hall. Subject  Ordinary Meeting. Hatley Parish Council is our most local authority – it’s the...
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