St Mary's Church
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Fete Committee - 26th March 2022 2:22pm
Join in our wonderful community event!
🎪 We are so looking forward to unpacking our committee tent and welcoming you all to our wonderful community event on Saturday June 11 — The Haddenham Village Fete
🦆Taking place at Church End near the duck pond, you can enjoy established favourites such as Open Gardens around Church End and Flint Street, teas and cakes in St Mary's Church and St Mary's Centre, the beer and Pimms tent and the usual selection of stalls and games for all the family.
❤️ And did you know, all the proceeds from the fete are donated to local organisations.
Call for Volunteers
Community events like this rely heavily on volunteers so if you are able to lend a hand in a way, we'd love to hear from you.
We are looking for new Fete Committee members to help in the run-up to the event --we meet around once a month and you need to be available on the day of the fete itself.
We don't care how old you are or whether you've lived here a week or a lifetime — we're a friendly bunch and joining the committee is a great way of getting involved in your local community. if you're interested do please get in touch to find out more about what's involved and we'd love to welcome you to our next committee meeting in April.
🎂 And as always we need lots of helpers on the day -- for everything from helping to set up, to selling programmes, baking cakes and helping with teas and coffees.
Maybe you would like to hire a stall. We hope that Haddenham community groups, schools and businesses will be able to lend their support and showcase all that is wonderful about the village. Stallholder applications are now open — link in the pinned post.
If you are interested in helping with the Haddenham Village Fete, please do contact firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Haddenham Fete Facebook https://www.facebook.com/haddenhamfete/
@haddenhamfete for any fete-related questions or to offer any help.
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