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By Haddenham Webteam - 19th September 2013 1:45pm
The homemade in Haddenham Festival to be held on Saturday 5th October (Banks Park, Haddenham) will host the launch of the Haddenham Cider Competition.
With many Haddenham people collecting and pressing apples for homemade cider a prize is to be awarded for the best cider. The prize is a 3-handled Wassail cup inscribed 'Haddenham Cider Competition Winner' made by Somerset potter Paul Jessop, together with a certificate.
The Wassail cup, provided by the Haddenham Beer Festival Trust will be awarded each year to the best cider at the Lo-Carbon party held on Saturday 11th January 2014.
The aim of the competition is to celebrate and promote local apples and cider making and inspire people to create great cider.
Rules of the competition can be obtained on request or downloaded from here
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