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By Haddenham Webteam - 29th July 2017 2:00pm
The Haddenham Horticultural Society will be hosting its Annual Open Show on Saturday 2nd September in the Village Hall. Public Viewing is from 2.00pm — 4.00pm, followed by presentation of trophies and the raffle draw.
Admission: 50p senior citizens and children; £1.00p others
The Show offers a wide range of classes for vegetables, fruit, flowers, cacti and succulents, floral art, domestic (preserves, baking and bread), beer and wine, art, crafts and photography, plus children's classes.
There is also a raffle, tombola, plant sale and refreshments, as well as displays by other village organisations.
Non-members are very welcome to compete — there are classes to suit everyone, including a range of special classes for children of different age groups.
Entries close at 8.00pm on Wednesday 30th August (entry fees per class: 10p members, 20p non-members, all children's classes free).
Staging of exhibits is from 7.00pm — 9.00pm on Friday 1st September, and from 8.00am — 9.50am on Saturday 2nd September.
Pick up a Yearbook including the Schedule for all the Show classes from the Library, Blooming Fruity, Bradmoor Farm Shop, Browns, The Egg House Butchery or the Garden Centre in Haddenham, or from Bizzie Lizzie in Thame, Hartwell Nurseries in Stone or Penn's Nursery in Longwick, or telephone Gayton Jordan on 01844 291490 or Email her at: email@example.com
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