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Puddleducks-PreSchool

Haddenham Christmas Fayre in the Village Hall, in aid of Puddleducks Preschool, on Saturday afternoon, 24th November: 3pm — 5pm.

Do all your Christmas shopping here with over 20 independent stalls selling stocking fillers, decorations, beauty products, jewellery, fashion accessories, books, toys, luxury foods, cards and much more!

PLUS: Festive crafty corner, bouncy castle and treasure hunt for the kids
PLUS: A special visit from Santa!!

... and as a Puddleducks fundraising event, the Preschool will also be hosting their own gift stall, home produce, kids tombola and raffle

Refreshments available

Adults just £1, Kids go FREE

More information from Sally Skerry.
Tel: 290 070 or 07730 488 530

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