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Old Haddenham ca1900

Would you like to design the front cover of the Haddenham fete programme?

Can you imagine what our village looked like in the olden days?

Draw a picture of historical Haddenham and enter our competition and your drawing could be on the front cover of the fete programme!

As long as you are a child (under 16) who lives or goes to school in the village, you can enter the competition.

Just hand your picture of historical Haddenham in to any of the village schools (make sure your name, age and address/school is on the back) by Wednesday 7th May. Alternatively, drop it through the door of 113 Sheerstock.

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