By Haddenham Webteam - 28th November 2014 7:30am
The Haddenham Mummers will be bringing their own unique style of entertainment to Haddenham once again during the run-up to Christmas.
Since they were formed 38 years ago, the Mummers have collected nearly £22,000 — much of it going to village causes. They are hoping to add significantly to that impressive total this year, and invite everyone to dig deep and give generously whenever their traditional folk drama is presented. This year the Mummers will be raising funds on behalf of Haddenham Community Library, Snakemoor, Parkinsons UK and The MPS Society
Within Haddenham they'll be presenting their drama as follows:
Friday 12th December
|7.30pm||Tickety Brew, Banks Parade|
|7.45pm||Village Carol Concert, Village Hall|
The Mummers will then continue their performances at several pubs in other local villages.
Saturday 13th December
Several performances at Winterfest between 12 noon and 5pm.
Thursday 18th December
A performance at the Thursday Club's annual Christmas Lunch in Haddenham Village Hall
Friday 19th December
A tour of the village, stopping off at all the popular places to drink and dine:
|8.00pm||House of Spice|
|9.00pm||Sports & Social Club|
|9.30pm||Rose & Thistle|
|10.00pm||Twist @ Green Dragon|
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