By Tim Armitt - 15th March 2016 11:15am
The Haddenham Village Fete will soon be upon us, and the lead organiser on behalf of the parish council, Tim Armitt, is inviting potential stall holders to register their interest in having a stall on the day.
Please find attached an application form for this year's fete (word document and a PDF, just in case!) located below the image on this page.
Please complete and return the form to Tim as soon as possible.
NB: the event this year coincides with the Queen's birthday celebrations and fete organisers would be delighted if you can enter into the spirit of the day by dressing yourselves and your stalls in appropriate attire!
Usual rules apply:
- Fete organisers supply a pitch, either on the Green or on Flint Street.
- You supply everything you may need for the day.
- Times are 1pm to 4.30pm
- Set up from 10am on the day, cars to be clear of the field by 12.30 latest.
- Every stall pays a contribution to the fete by arrangement with the organiser. This should be paid on the day, please.
If you are aware of any good causes that may benefit from a donation from the proceeds of the fete, please contact Tim Armitt.
In the event of bad weather, prepare to get wet!
Many thanks for your involvement.
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