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Nigel-Havers
Chariots of Fire

Keen to avoid the nonsense of 'Trick or Treat'?

Instead, why not re-visit the 'feel good' feeling of the Olympics: enjoy a remastered, high definition version of a well known, Oscar winning Olympic film.

For licencing reasons, we're not allowed to advertise the name of the film, but think in terms of a well known and very English hymn ... "And did those feet, in ancient time ..."

Not only a fantastic film, but also an excellent reason not to be home to those irritating knocks and doorbell rings on this particular night of the year!

St Mary's Centre takes on the role of Haddenham's Cinema for the evening (Wed 31st October) with the promise of a full surround sound experience. And it's all FREE!

More details from Marie in the Parish Office (Tel: 291108) or look out for local posters.

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