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Sunday 5 June, 1pm - 6pm

Harston Recreation Ground

Live music from Harston & Newton Primary School, Junior Prime Brass, Simply Reeds saxophone quartet, and DJ Soundbig.

Tea tent with complimentary strawberries, tea and cakes

Children’s games & activities

Pay bars: Pimms and Brewboard, plus food from No. 35 Cambridge (Mediterranean food van)


Jubilee Jamboree

Friday 3 June, 12pm-4pm

Games and activities: Dog Show; Steam Train; Petting Zoo; Ferret racing; Football Darts; Lucky dip; Raffle

Food and Drink: Bar; Pimm's Stall; Jacket Potatoes; Sweet shop

Jubilee Picnic

Sunday 5 June, 12pm-4pm

Bring your own picnic and sit on the grass with friends and family or buy a cream tea and drinks from the Café.

Baking and craft competitions


Sunday 5 June

Newton village green

1.30pm Pet Service 

2pm - 5pm Newton Family day. Bring a picnic or enjoy the WI tea and cake stall. Games, Maypole dancing & dog show.


Harston PCC is looking for a PCC Secretary. The basic requirement is to take minutes and 5-6 meetings a year. Contact Joy Richardson to volunteer or find out more  


I am writing to you to let you know that I am now coming to the end of my time as a vicar here in these parishes and my final service here will be on August 21st.

Read the full announcement


Aimed at young families and taking place on the first Sunday of each month at 4.15pm at St Margaret’s Newton and on the third Sunday at 4.15pm at All Saints' Harston: half an hour of exploring outside, with a story.


Rev'd Susan works two days a week, plus Sundays, for our three churches.  She is also the New Ministries Lead for the Diocese of Coventry. Susan's normal days with us are Tuesdays and Wednesdays but there is flexibility between her various commitments and so she will respond to emails when she can.


Parochial Church Councils

In the Church of England the Parochial Church Councils (PCCs) are the legal governing bodies of the churches and as a body make decisions regarding each church. Harston, Hauxton and Newton PCCs consist of members of the clergy and members of the community who are on the church electoral roll.  The Vicar, Churchwardens and Deanery Synod representative are all ex officio, automatically part of the PCC. The PCCs meet between 4 and 6 times a year.

Each year at the annual meeting Churchwardens, PCC members and PCC officers are elected and here are the results of the 2022 APCM elections.

Harston All Saints


Joy Richardson and Shaun Fitzgerald

PCC members:

Rev’d Susan

Joy Richardson, Churchwarden

Shaun Fitzgerald, Churchwarden

Margaret Greeves, Assistant Churchwarden

Francis Clarke, Assistant Churchwarden and Treasurer

Brian Nash

Norman Jones, Fabric Officer

Paru Oatey, Deanery Synod representative for the Benefice

We have two vacancies for All Saints PCC, this needs to be someone who has been on the Church electoral Roll for at least 6 months. Please apply to the churchwardens; email details are here.

Hauxton St Edmunds


Janet Lockwood and Ann Walter

PCC Members:

Rev’d Susan

Janet Lockwood, Churchwarden and Fabric Officer

Ann Walter, Churchwarden and Electoral Roll Officer

Thomas Nixon, Treasurer

Owen Jones, Fabric Officer

Sarah Martin, Verger

Carol Todd, contact for the Friends of St Edmunds 100 Club

We have two vacancies for St Edmunds PCC, this needs to be someone who has been on the Church electoral Roll for at least 6 months. Please apply to the churchwardens; email details are here.

Newton St Margaret’s


Mike Knapton

Joe Oakes

PCC Members:

Rev’d Susan

Mike Knapton, Churchwarden

Joe Oakes, Churchwarden and Treasurer

Arlette Overman, Secretary

Denise Dent

Nina Kay, Benefice Safeguarding Officer 

We have one vacancy for St Margaret's PCC, as the PCC resolved last year to have a smaller PCC than usual bearing in mind the small nature of the church. This needs to be someone who has been on the Church electoral Roll for at least 6 months. Please apply to the churchwardens; email details are here.

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Rhys Wilson in concert

Saturday 11 June, 7.00pm

St Edmund's, Hauxton


Rhys Wilson singing accompanied by his guitar - brilliant and some funny songs with some popular music the audience can join in with. Not to be missed.

Refreshments will be provided. Donations gratefully received.



Covid is an aerosol-spread infection. Scientists have agreed that the spread is reduced by wearing masks, distancing of at least a metre, ensuring good ventilation and providing hand sanitiser. In church we will continue to provide ventilation, hand sanitiser and reasonably spaced chairs.

It is your responsibility to keep yourself as safe as you wish yourself and others to be.

Although masks are no longer a legal requirement you are very welcome to wear one.

If you are not wearing a mask please keep at least a metre between yourself and anyone you are in conversation with who is not of your own household.

This plan follows, and will continue to take account of, guidance from the Government and from the Church of England. We aim to act with care and common sense in protecting our congregation and others who use the church, while allowing worship and other activities to proceed as far as possible without hindrance.

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Food Hub

The Food Hub is open every Wednesday and Saturday 11.30am - 1pm at the Harston Baptist Church to help people in our area (not just Harston) to be able to access essential food items at the community pantry and to get fresh produce from our larder that may end up in landfill. The fresh produce is available for everyone to share but the community pantry is only for people who actually need it.

In 2021 the Food Hub gave out 1,867 food bags to families and individuals in need, supporting 172 adults and 132 children in Harston, Hauxton, Newton, Foxton, Haslingsfield, Barrington, Shepreth, Melbourn, Meldreth, Trumpington, and Duxford. 

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Harston Food Hub