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Come join us for a Fun Day of All Things Miniature!

We have an array of displays, exhibits, shops from various miniature worlds, everything from model railways to fairy gardens, Lego and of course, dolls house miniatures.

See how intricate it is to make miniature trees or lace or have a go at making something tiny at one of our workshops!

We have super Raffle Prizes donated by The Sylvanian Families Shop, Jane Harrop, etc, a Book Signing by our very own, Suzanne Denver and much more!

Plenty to see, plenty to do and buy!

In Haddenham village hall on Saturday, 23rd September, 10:00 am — 4:00 pm

Admission: Adult £2.50 Under 15s £1.00 Under 5s Free

Café with Light Refreshments

Contact: Yumi 07447 016 805 or Margaret 01296 681 286

Email: haddenhamfair@gmail.com

All profits to: Thames Valley Air Ambulance & Hearing Dogs for the Deaf

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