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By Haddenham Webteam - 4th November 2016 10:00am
Haddenham Community Library is holding a raffle for the two beautiful Christmas hampers.
The adult hamper has been donated primarily by the Trustees of the library and contains:
- 1 x Voucher for a Starveall Turkey (donated by Phillip Gollins)
- 1 x Bottle of Champagne
- 2 x Bottles of fine wine
- Christmas cake and pudding
- Mince pies
- Christmas crackers
- Chocolates, biscuits
- Preserves and chutneys
- Books and DVD
The Children's hamper (up to age 12) contains vouchers for:
- Green Dragon Eco farm park
- Cotswold Wildlife park
- Waddesdon Manor
- The Entertainer Toy shop
Along with games, craft tub, Lego, DVDs, magic set and some Christmas Chocolate!
Tickets on sale in the library from Tuesday 8th November. £1 a ticket, £5 a book of tickets. The draw will take place at 4pm on December 16th in the library, with drinks and mince pies to add to the festive atmosphere.
Tickets cannot be sold to under 16s.
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