By Haddenham Webteam - 5th July 2014 9:00pm
Wow, what a great event!
Despite the dreadful weather for the first couple of hours, the sun finally shone brightly, the crowds gathered in huge numbers, and all the months of planning and hard work by a very dedicated group of people (most notably, the Summerfest committee) came to fruition.
Summerfest 2014 was a fantastic event, with something for everyone to enjoy.
Your website editor would like to pay tribute to the organisers and the vast number of volunteers who, together, helped to produce an incredible experience — quite remarkable for a village of the size of Haddenham.
Lots more photographs are currently being uploaded to our GALLERIES section ... do you appear in any?
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