Wherever You Are!
By Haddenham Webteam - 11th May 2015 10:00am
Haddenham's village fete is just a month away now, and one of its traditional and much enjoyed attractions is the opportunity to visit a number of lovingly tended local gardens.
This year the Haddenham gardens that will be open for the fete on Saturday 6th June are:
- The Malthouse, 4 Church End (Mary and Chris Wellby)
- 9 Church End (Margaret Walshe)
- Manor Farm, Church End (Lizzie and David Banister)
- 5 Flint Street (Ros Welch)
- 8 Flint Street (Teresa and Dan Roberts)
- Duck Bottom, 15 Flint Street (Cynthia and Roderick Floud)
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