Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 26th February 2020 12:00pm
In January 2017 and again in September 2018 Haddenham Village Society organised a Community Fair which provided an opportunity for local groups representing a wide range of activities to 'set out their stalls' for Haddenham villagers, particularly for our many new residents.
The third iteration of this popular event takes place on Saturday 29th February, when over 50 different local organisations will be represented. The Fair will take place in the village hall from 2.00pm until 5.00pm and entry is free.
There will also be live demonstrations and music to enjoy. Here's the timetable:
|2.30pm||Musical performance from The Vibe Acoustic Café|
|2.55pm||A demonstration by FitLife — simple ways to maintain fitness, at all ages and ability levels|
|3.10pm||A performance by 'The Treble Clefs', Haddenham St. Mary's C of E School's choir|
|3.30pm||A demonstration by Hearing Dogs for Deaf People — changing deaf people's lives, by helping them to leave loneliness behind|
|3.45pm||Musical performance from Thame Choral Society — including Handel's Hallelujah Chorus|
|4.10pm||A demonstration by FitLife — simple ways to maintain fitness, at all ages and ability levels|
|4.30pm||A demonstration by Hearing Dogs for Deaf People — changing deaf people's lives, by helping them to leave loneliness behind|
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