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🎪Help needed!

Haddenham Village Fete will return this year on Saturday 11th June, 13.00 -- 16.30, at Church End.
One of the main aims is to raise money for local good causes and organisations.

Community events like this rely heavily on adult volunteers so if you are able to lend a hand in any way, we'd love to hear from you. If you can spare just 1 — 1.5 hours you will still have loads of time to enjoy the fete as well.

Please click on the link to sign up for a shift volunteering with us
with entry to the Lucky Programme Raffle Prize draw and Road Marshalls

🍾'🥤And adult Volunteers to help out at the Bottle Tombola stall, The Slosh a friend stall and the Soft Drinks stall

Any questions please contact the Fete Committee via the Haddenham dotNet FaceBook page and by Email to: haddenhamfete@gmail.com

Thank you!

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