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By Haddenham Webteam - 14th December 2020 8:00am
Haddenham St Mary's CE School PTA has organised a Winter Walk which is now running until New Year.
Organisers have produced a trail map of a walking route round the centre of the village, around which families can find 10 festive symbols displayed in the windows of local businesses and organisations. The trail map also includes the secret key that de-codes the symbols into letters of the alphabet.
The 10 letters together spell out a wintery word that can be emailed to the PTA to enter a draw to win a family portrait session with local photographer, Paul Wilkinson. Paul has kindly donated the prize which also includes a print of the winner's favourite photo.
The Winter Walk is suitable for families of all ages, as organisers have made sure it is achievable by little legs!
The whole event is administered electronically, so it is completely non-contact and COVID-safe.
The PTA has also set up a donation website which can be reached via the QR Code on the graphic on this page or via this link
Any individual making a donation will receive the trail map and secret key via email.
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