By Haddenham Webteam - 31st July 2013 10:46pm
'Haddenham's Got Talent' returns to the Youth & Community Centre on Saturday 7th September, from 7pm.
Organiser, Lynne Colley is inviting YOU to show off your hidden talent, whether it's Dancing or Deer-Stalking, Clowning or Cake-Decorating ... and you can enter for FREE!
If you entered last year and did not win, you are most certainly welcome to enter again this year. If you entered last year and won, you can enter again this year to defend your crown! No upper or lower age limits.
Call Lynne on 292159 to confirm. There will be a PRIZE for the winner!
For those more inclined to join the audience and enjoy the entertainment on offer, tickets are £5 each, available from Blooming Fruity on Banks Parade, or from Lynne Colley.
The event will be held in memory of Hannah Bourke, who held the first Haddenham's Got Talent event to raise money for Path to Africa, a charity dear to her heart, which she visited in Tanzania shortly before died. On this occasion, all proceeds will go to the Epilepsy Society.
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