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A Call to the Curious!

Have you ever wondered what lies behind a wychert wall?

Or through a garden gate?

Or between two cottages?

Or up a cobbled track?

Or even behind Midsomer's "Blossoms on the Green" facade?

Come and discover the secrets of Haddenham's gardens on Saturday at the Fete.

There will be eight Church End & Flint Street Gardens open:

  • 16 Church End (Angela & David Truesdale)
  • The Granary, Church End (Carolyn & David Hollick)
  • Manor Farm, Church End (Lizzie & David Banister)
  • The Malthouse, 4 Church End (Mary & Chris Wellby)
  • 9 Church End (Margaret Walshe)
  • Duck & Donkey 6 Flint Street (Nick & Sally Light)
  • 8 Flint Street (Teresa & Dan Roberts)
  • Duck Bottom, 15 Flint Street (Cynthia & Roderick Floud)

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