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There were 53 dazzling official displays in the Festive Trail this year and many more local households and businesses lit up for Christmas. Thank you very much to everyone who took part and supported this event.

The votes cast for the Festive Trail 2022 have now been counted.

Overall we had a lower total number of votes than previously and those cast gave rise to pretty equal favourites.

Rather than one outright winner, there were three who received the most votes:

Handley Drive-in home 4 Christmas by the Residents of No 2 and No 3 Handley Drive.

Winter Woodland Wonderland at Stokes End by the Clifford family.

Snow is Falling in the window of Harpers Estate Agents.

Haddenham Garden Centre has kindly agreed to give a £20 voucher to each of the above and it is hoped that a presentation to the three winners can take place this week.

This year's event raised approx £350 for the Haddenham Baptist Church 'Hat and Boots' Restoration Appeal.

Francesca Flaxton

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