By Haddenham Webteam - 9th April 2017 4:30pm
Calling all stall holders and potential stall holders!
This year's village fete will take place on Saturday 10th June, from 1.00pm-4.30pm at its now traditional location of Church End and Flint Street.
To confirm your stall, please complete and return the form (see PDF) on this page as soon as possible, via email to:
In terms of arrangements on the day, stall holders should note the following, please:
The Set up will take place from 10am
Bring everything you need for the day: Gazebo, Chair, Table
There is no electricity on the event field
Please remove cars from your pitch as quickly as possible
You will be allocated your pitch on the day
Please let Tim Armitt know how you intend to fund raise — Tel: 291720
Everyone involved contributes to the fete, please note that your contribution should be submitted to the organisers on the day.
If you have any questions, please let Tim know.
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