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Bucks Open Studios will conclude today, having run from from 6th-21st June 2015. So today is your last chance to delight in the creativity of local artists and craftspeople.

Many such artists and craftspeople have been opening their doors to the public throughout Buckinghamshire, with several located in our midst, here in Haddenham.

There is excellent signage throughout the village, so why not take a stroll round Haddenham today (your last chance this year) and see what wonderfully creative individuals we have within our community?

The easiest way to plan your route is to click on the Haddm 2015 PDF below the image, which will download the Haddenham Arts Trail with a full listing of the open studios and a location map — it couldn't be easier!

You can find out all about Bucks Open Studios here and a full list of the participating artists across the county is located here

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