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Calling all artists — the Haddenham Fete needs you...!

Organisers are currently in the process of designing the programme and promotional posters for the annual village fete, and thought it would be a good opportunity for a local artist to get involved.

The only brief is that it needs to include details of the fete (see below) and be eye catching enough to work both as a poster and a front cover to the programme.

Previous designs have been based around the village with local sights such as the church and ducks, and national events such as the Olympics and the Queen's Jubilee.

Please include the following details on your design:

Haddenham Fete

Saturday 10th June

1 — 4pm.

Church End, Haddenham

If you are feeling artistic and would like to help, please send your design to haddenhamfete@aol.com or tmhargrave@gmail.com.

The deadline is Tuesday 25 April.

If you have any questions, please contact Tracey on tmhargrave@gmail.com.

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