Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 16th September 2013 6:00pm
Organisers of Puddleducks Pre-school would like to offer potential stall holders the opportunity of having a stand at the ever popular Haddenham Christmas Fayre in aid of Puddleducks Pre-school, on Sunday 8th December 2013.
This event is a firm fixture on the Haddenham village social calendar and with all the new families moving into the area and unprecedented demand for places at Puddleducks this year, organisers anticipate 2013's event to be the best yet!
Spaces are limited and they've already had lots of interest so please be sure to apply by Friday 18th October to avoid disappointment!
There is a one-off charge of £15 per stand plus a raffle prize — fantastic value as the average footfall in past years was 200 adults, plus all the children that came with them! Please provide a brief description of what you will be selling in your application email.
Please note that Producers will all need public liability insurance and Food Producers will need to have hygiene certificate and their council scores on the doors star rating.
Any questions and for an application form, please contact Kathy by email or on one of the numbers below.
Tel: 01844 291216 (Home)
Mobile: 07703 438007
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