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Do you enjoy painting and drawing?

The HADAC Friday Art Group is open to everyone, not just those who have retired and we welcome anyone interested in Art to join us on each Friday afternoon, from 2.00pm until 4.00pm., in the Walter Rose Room of Haddenham Village Hall.

We're all amateurs who find it advantageous to get together to share techniques and ideas.

We also have the occasional demonstration by talented Artists.

There are free materials for those who wish to try their hand at various mediums.

Where else can you get all this for a mere £2.50 pay-as-you-go and this includes a cuppa!

Feel free to drop-in for a chat on any Friday or contact Brenda. Email: brenbon2003@yahoo.com'

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