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Cider Competition 2019

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Cider Competition

This year's Cider Competition will be held at the Rising Sun on Saturday 16th March, starting at 7:00pm.

It promises to be even bigger than last year's brilliant event as we have made some significant changes. The 'judges' will be those people in the pub who want to be judges. The more the merrier.

And, courtesy of Total Tyres, there will be significant prizes to be won!

Why not come along a take part, as a judge or an entrant? It is great fun and a brilliant occasion.

The rules are pretty straightforward:

  • The apples used to make the cider must have been grown in Haddenham.
  • A 500ml Bottle of the cider must be at The Rising Sun no later than 6.30pm for it to be considered.

Need more information? Contact Tim Chowns: timchowns@btinternet.com

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