Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Alan Rose - 16th September 2019 9:30am
Ken Perry has crafted a model of a Haddenham Feast from the 1860s.
It will be on display in the museum throughout the Festival, 13th-23rd September.
The Feast in that era was still largely run by the village but commercial attractions were becoming important. Walter Rose was particularly struck by the "high-flier", a gigantic swing-boat, and I am sure you will be impressed by Ken's carved representation of this.
Click on any image on this page to view a larger version — but do come and see the model 'in the flesh'.
The museum is open is open on Tuesdays, from 10am -- 12 noon, and on Sundays from 2.00pm -- 4.30pm.
Chairman, Haddenham Museum Trust.
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