Christmas Tree Festival 2023

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The very popular Christmas Tree Festival concluded on Sunday 10th December.

Thanks are due to the 40 local organisations whose members crafted and decorated their unique Christmas trees for what has proven to be another delightful visual spectacle.

Particular thanks are also due to the organising team from St Mary's Church and the body of volunteers drawn from across the village, without whom this event would simply not be possible. And thanks also to the local residents who donated delicious and tempting cakes.

Entertainment throughout the long weekend included musical inputs from Witchert Choral, the Black Dog Band, the Recorder Group, Haddenham Handbell Ringers, Sam Preston and many others too numerous to list individually.

What a lovely community event!

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