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Festival in the Field

The PTA of Haddenham St Mary's CE School is proud to be hosting the first "Festival in the Field" event at the school on Saturday 15th June.

Come for lunch and stay for tea!

The event will run from 12noon — 6pm. It will be a great day for the extended family to get together, lay a blanket on the lawn and relax while listing to the live music presented on the main Stage, including a special guest appearance from the touring choir from Swaziland.

Other bands performing on the day include Bitterroot, The Rum Band, Little Bit Country and NBS, along with other great entertainment, craft stalls and planned children's activities occurring during the afternoon.

There will be various food and beverage offerings available for all ages to enjoy, and the kids will be able to have a great day in a safe and secure environment.

Tickets on sale now from the school website — £7.50 per person, Under 3's go free!

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