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Following the public vote for the most popular Christmas Trail Decorations, Haddenham Garden Centre very generously donated gift tokens as a 'thank you' on behalf of the Haddenham community to the creators of those displays.

On Thursday 6th January Kate Hawkins, from Haddenham Garden Centre, presented the prizes.

Creator of the most popular Festive Trail entry, Fiona Harding (who lives in Printers Piece) received a gift token to the value of £50.

Creator of the runner up display, Mike Burton (who lives at Ditch Furlong, Rosemary Lane) received the second prize worth £30. K

The third prize of a £20 voucher was delivered to the creators of the 3rd most popular display in Handley Drive.

Organisers expect the event will have raised approximately £550 to be divided equally between the three Haddenham Schools and Christian Aid.

Photos of several of the Christmas displays can be viewed in the Galleries section.

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