Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 25th November 2018 8:00pm
The folk at St Mary's Church are delighted to announce that the Community Christmas Tree Festival 2018 is about to begin.
There has been an enthusiastic response from community organisations and they are very keen to welcome many people to see the displays again this year.
The will be no charge for admission to the Festival but visitors are invited to make a donation towards the refurbishment of St. Mary's Centre (which is used by many community groups) and a gift to Abbeyfield Haddenham.
The Festival will be open as follows:
Friday 7th December: 10am — 6pm
Saturday 8th December: 11.00am — 6.00pm
Sunday 9th December: 12.30 — 5.00pm
There will also be some musical entertainment taking place in the church during the festival:
|Friday 7th December||10.20am||Treble Clefs from St. Mary's School|
|Saturday 8th December||11.00am||Witchert Chorale|
|Saturday 8th December||2.30pm||Haddenham Handbell Ringers|
|Sunday 9th December||2.00pm||Haddenham Recorders|
|Sunday 9th December||3.00pm||Ukulele Band|
Coffee, teas, cakes and other refreshments will be on sale throughout.
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