By Mary Miller - 31st January 2019 1:00pm
A fantastic evening was had by everyone who attended the Burns night ceilidh on Friday 25th January in the village hall and it raised £1,340 for Christian aid.
'Broadband', with caller Tim Rooke, provides the music and direction of the dancers.
The ode to the haggis was offered by Gordon Lawson to begin the evening.
The whisky to toast the haggis was kindly provided by local companies Vale Burner Services ltd and Envestia Ltd, haggis sausage rolls and prizes for games were provided by The Egg House butchers and Building Bespoke.
The Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust funded the cost of the hall for the event.
If you missed it this year look out for it next year — always advertised on this website!
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