Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 3rd June 2018 12:00pm
The Haddenham Village Fete takes place next Saturday, 9th June.
If you are willing to contribute an hour of your time during the afternoon to help sell raffle tickets and distribute programmes, your assistance would be extremely welcome.
Please get in touch with the Fete Committee, via Email at: email@example.com
Here's a running order for the events and attractions — fun for the whole family:
|1.20pm||Official Opening by Ranvir Singh|
|Announcement of Bake-Off Winners|
|Prizes to Winners of Programme Cover Competition|
|1.30 — 2.00pm||Music: Haddenham Shamrocks|
|2.00pm — 2.30pm||Music: Sing in the Vale|
|2.30pm — 3.00pm||Music: The Ian English Trio|
|3.06pm||Spitfire Flypast (weather permitting)|
|3.10pm — 3.40pm||Music: Haddenham Shamrocks|
|3.20-ish onwards||Haddenham Wheelbarrow Race entrants arriving|
|3.45 pm — 4.15 pm||Music: The Ian English Trio|
|4.15pm||Lucky Programme Prize Draw|
|4.30pm||Fete ends, thanks for coming!|
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