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By Haddenham Webteam - 21st August 2017 10:30am
Looking for a family event to enjoy this coming weekend? Then why not pop along to our neighbouring village of Dinton where they will be holding a traditional fete on Sunday 27th August, from 1.30pm until 4.30pm.
- Live music
- Food and bar
- Lancaster Fly Past (weather permitting)
- The brilliant Award Winning Colonel Custard
- Bletchington Silver Band
- Traditional games and challenges
- Stalls, books, bric-a-brac, plants, Preserves and garden produce
- Beer tent and garden
- and wonderful homemade teas.
Activities will include children's races and a Dog Show (3 categories)
Raffle prizes include:
- Weekend break at the White Hart Hotel, Dorchester, Oxon
- Dinner, bed and breakfast 2 people for 2 nights
- Family photo session
- Case of Dinton Folly Wine
- Signed England Cricket Bat
Plus: Hartwell House — Tea for 2
Bradmoor Farm Shop — Sunday Carvery mains for 2
Chiltern Railways — travel pass for 2 adults/2 children off peak on their line
Waddesdon Manor — 1 day entry for 2 adults up to 3 children
Cotswold Wildlife Park — entry for 1 adult/1 child
The location is: the Parish Field, Dinton HP17 8UQ
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