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Artisans & Makers Cheque Presentation

The Haddenham Artisans & Makers' Fair, held in the village hall on Sunday 30th October, included a raffle and opportunities for visitors to make donations.

On Thursday this week, organisers of the event presented a cheque for nearly £155, as a donation to the Haddenham Community Vehicle, gratefully received by Hugh Stradling.

Pictured left to right with Hugh are Lucy Brooke, Naomi Foreman-Peck, Liz Dee and Clare Abbott with Ellie.

Not forgetting 'Carrie' the Community Vehicle!

You can read more about the Artisans & Makers Fair here

Organisers are hoping to run the event again in November 2017. If you are interested in taking part, please email hmafair@gmail.com to be included in their mailing list.

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