Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 26th May 2014 1:30pm
The Fete committee is once again looking for help on Fete day on Saturday 7th June, with three specific needs, please:
1. Programme Sellers
Could you spare some time to sell programmes (which include all the Fete details, plus a ticket for the Prize Draw) to visitors arriving at Church End ?
12.30pm — 2.00pm
2.00pm — 3.30pm
2. Gazebo Loan
We're looking to borrow a gazebo for the day, to shelter the committee from the hot sun which will undoubtedly shine on all our efforts !
If you can help with either of these, please contact Tony Warris
by telephone on 01844 292273
or by email at: email@example.com
The Bottle Tombola and the Tea Stall are the two side shows run by the Fete committee — all proceeds go directly to the village.
If anyone can help with a bottle or a cake, please drop them in:
Bottles: to Tim at 41The Gables
Cakes: to Joan at 15 The Gables
Or bring them along on the day.
Members of the organising committee look forward to seeing you on 7th June on Church End Green.
Here's the anticipated schedule:
|1.00pm||Stalls and Attractions Open|
|1.35pm||Official opening by Rt Hon. John Bercow MP|
|1.45pm||Music for the afternoon|
|4.15pm||Lucky Programme Grand Draw|
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