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By Haddenham Webteam - 16th September 2016 7:00am
St Nicholas Church in Great Kimble is hosting a Flower Festival on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd October, with the theme: 'Autumn Splendour".
You can find the church at HP17 0XS, which is near Meadle and Monks Risborough and about 12 minutes drive from Haddenham.
Opening times are: Saturday 10am — 6pm and Sunday 12 noon — 5pm. £2 per adult/OAP, Children free. Plenty of free parking available.Over 26 Arrangements will be on display in this historic church.
There will be Cream Teas and refreshments available, plus raffle, produce stall and children's toy sale. At intervals throughout both days there will be organ music, melodeon playing and bell ringing.
On Saturday at 2pm — Three Horseshoes Morris — A ladies side from Towersey will perform. There will also be a Corn Dolly display and demonstrations throughout the day — come and have a go at making a corn dolly!
On Sunday at 2pm — Acoustic Folk Band, 'Aunt Sally's Delight', will play in the Church
All proceeds to the much needed internal refurbishment project.
Contact telephone: 01296 614423
Or see the Facebook page
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