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By Haddenham Webteam - 14th June 2021 9:00pm
The Haddenham Hopefuls fundraising team has organised a 'Children's Trivia Trail, in aid of the Florence Nightingale Hospice.
Says Helen Lewis:
"Come along and join us for a lovely walk around our beautiful village, spotting landmarks and collection items on your way.
£3 for each child participating, this gives them a trail map and pen, scavenger list and a goody bag on return.
Departing and returning to the sports pavilion on Woodways from 1.30pm on Saturday 3rd July, followed by raffles, tombolas, games and a cake with light refreshments.
The social club bar will be open for those who wish to reward themselves with a nice jug of pimms! There'll also be a cake stall.
Please don't hesitate to contact me for more information on Facebook or 07931719232 or to put your children's names down on the list — this is not essential, but would be helpful for us to have some idea of numbers.
For those of you who wish to continue to support us by purchasing raffle tickets, we have been gifted some amazing prizes as well as vouchers from local pubs and restaurants.
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