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Wheelbarrow Race

A village wheelbarrow race is being held on Saturday 14th June (starting at 5.30pm) in aid of the Alzheimer's Society.

Starting off at the Sports & Social Club on the recreation ground in Woodways, the competitors will race around the village, calling off at the various pubs en route.

So why not venture along to a pub of your choosing? This fun event is bound to raise a lot of smiles and also hopes to raise plenty of dosh for this very worthwhile cause — so please support the collection as generously as possible.

The organisers would like to thanks the pubs for their kind cooperation and also the Sports & Social Club, Bloomin Fruity & Haddenham Youth Football for their sponsorship.

For more information, please contact Tim on 07958 686467 or Alan on 07917 822876.

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