Haddenham.net

Gin Tasting Fundraiser!

Home » News » Gin Tasting Fundraiser!
Fete 38

Abi Armstrong and Caroline Cooper, of Chasers fame, are fund-raising for the three village schools and would love you to come and share an evening of gin, nibbles and great company, for £5 'on-the-nose'.

Whether you are 'hot to trot' and ready to sample some new and nutritious (yes really!) gins, or ready to 'decanter' to the end of term... we think you'll love some of our diverse local varieties and of course, our novel new horse box bar.

Other drinks will, of course, be available.

Never really been a gin fan? Perhaps it'll become your favourite and leave you 'galloping' back for more.

Join Abi and Caroline for an evening of gin tasting at The King's Head on Monday 9th July 7.30pm -10.30pm

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Summerfest 2022
Haddenham Webteam: Sun 03 Jul 10:15am

Summerfest — what a fantastic event! Superbly organised by a very dedicated team of volunteers. Thank you to everyone involved. There are lots of photos to enjoy on the Haddenham dotNet Flickr site. (Please don't be put off if you see an overly complicated 'cookies' message — just scroll down to the bottom and click 'Accept All'). Here's the link:...

Doreen Carwithen
Haddenham Webteam: Sun 03 Jul 9:00am

As part of the Carwithen Music Festival, there is a fascinating exhibition of the life and times of Doreen Cartwithen (born in Haddenham 100 years ago) in the studio of photographer Paul Wilkinson in High Street. It's open TODAY, Sunday 3rd July: 10.30am — 12noon and 3pm — 4.30pm. A steward will be present to act as a helpful guide to the fascinating displays. A "must...

Carwithen Plaque Unvieled
Haddenham Webteam: Fri 01 Jul 3:00pm

The Carwithen Music Festival began on Friday 1st July — a celebration of Doreen Carwithen's centenary, here in Haddenham, her place of birth.Doreen Carwithen lived in the building in High Street, now owned by Peter and Margaret Aldington and housing the studios of photographer Paul Wilkinson.A blue plaque was unveiled there by Debbie Wiseman OBE, president of the festival and one of the...