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Fete: Calling Local Businesses

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The Haddenham Village Fete will take place on Saturday 8th June.

Last year over £6500 was raised for good causes in the village and this year the organising committee wants to raise even more!

The fete programme is the principal fundraiser local businesses are being invited to advertise in this year's programme. The cost for advertising remains the same as previous years:

Black and White Advertisement
Quarter Page (A7 portrait) = £25
Half Page (A6 landscape) = £50
Full Page (A5 portrait) = £100

Colour Advertisement
Half Page (A6 landscape) = £65
Full Page (A5 portrait) = 125

There will also be a Prize Draw on the day and each Fete Programme includes a raffle ticket to enter the Draw. If you would like to donate a gift towards the Prize Draw, either products or vouchers, then it would be gratefully received. Email: jenny.tyrie@hotmail.com

More details on the featured PDF

Jenny Tyrie
On behalf of Haddenham Village Fete Committee

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