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By Haddenham Webteam - 2nd November 2015 9:30am
An occasional glance through the events diary on this website demonstrates that Haddenham is a busy place, offering its residents a wide variety of activities and social events throughout the year. During the weeks running up to Christmas, the options become even more diverse.
Here's a quick glance at the coming weekend, to help you plan your diary:
Friday 6th November:
Big Band Swing at the village hall from 7.30pm — see details here
Saturday 7th November:
Vale Harvest Food Market from 9.00am — see details here
Haddenham St Mary's School Fireworks Display: fun and attractions from 5.00pm fireworks soon after 6.00pm-ish — see details here
Haddenham Ceilidhs in VH from 7.30pm — see details here
Sunday 8th November:
Remembrance Day service at St Mary's Church, starting at 3.00pm
followed by Wreath laying at the War Memorial from approx. 4.00pm — see details here
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