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Let's Light up Haddenham again!

After last year's very successful event, another Festive Trail is being planned to run from Saturday 11th to Friday 31st December: an opportunity to festoon the village with Christmas lights and outside decorations

Organised by Churches Together in Haddenham, the funds raised will be divided with a quarter each going to Christian Aid and the three Haddenham Schools.

The Festive Trail is open to all Haddenham families, communities, organisations and businesses. Further details will be announced on 15th November and entries accepted from that date until 1st December.

More details to follow very soon — keep an eye on Haddenham dotNet!

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