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A brief reminder that the 2013-14 Haddenham cider competition will be held on Saturday 11th January in St Mary's Centre, Church End Green from 7.30pm. The event is part of the Haddenham in Transition 'Low Carbon Party'. The winner with the best cider will be the holder of the Haddenham Cider Competition Wassail cup for 2014.

Any Haddenham resident who has made cider from local apples is invited to come along and submit their cider to the competition.

(It is rumoured that Ambridge resident, Joe Grundy, will be among the judging panel, if Bartleby can cope with the M40. If not, local experts will be on hand.)

Application forms will be available on the day! For more details, please call David Lyons on 01844 296174.

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