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Haddenham's first ever Christmas Tree Festival is now on: from Thursday 12th — Sunday 15th December, at St Mary's Parish Church.

Thur 12th December 10am — 5pm
Fri 13th December 10am — 7pm
Sat 14th December 10am — 7pm
Sun 15th December 2pm — 4pm

On the Sunday, the Christmas Tree Festival will be followed by the '100% Christmas' celebration service, starting at 6.30pm and led by the excellent and uplifting 100% worship band

Come and see a glittering array of over 25 trees, decorated by local organisations and societies. For a sneak preview, see photos in our GALLERIES

Refreshments available. Free admission (but donations are very welcome: going to the Friends of St Mary's for the physical upkeep of the building, and to Bucks Community Foundation).

For more details please contact:
Lizzie Banister (Tel: 292445)
Jenny Hardy (Tel: 291173)

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