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By Haddenham Webteam - 25th June 2014 7:30am
Lovers of beautiful English gardens have a treat in store this coming Sunday, when Haddenham & District Age Concern (HADAC) will be hosting an Open Gardens event to raise funds for their vital work on behalf of the senior residents of the village.
No less than seven delightful and interesting gardens will open from 2.00pm until 6.00pm on Sunday 29th June, thanks to the following generous folk:
- Frank Pitkin, 10b Fort End, HP17 8EJ
- Judy & John Brandis, Fort End House, HP17 8EJ
- Stuart & Carol Monro, 10a Thame Road, HP17 8EW
- Angela & David Truesdale, 16 Church End, HP17 8AE
- Susan Bloch, 24 Churchway, HP17 8AA
- Ros Welch, 5 Flint Street, HP17 8AL
- Mary & Christopher Wellby, The Malt House, 4 Church End, HP17 8AH
- Plus Plant Sales, courtesy of
- Ann & John Farr, 3 Tacks Lane, Thame Road, HP17 8DP
Within our beautiful village, with its fine church, village green, duck ponds and unique Wychert walls, you will find a variety of colourful garden styles.
Why not stroll round them and enjoy the wonderful range while at the same time helping to raise funds for a very worthwhile cause?
Tickets and Refreshments at Haddenham Scout & Guide Centre, Banks Parade, Haddenham, HP18 8EE. Cost: £5.00 adults, accompanied children free.
Futher details from Graham Oliver — Tel: 01844 291785
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