Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Margaret Watkins - 17th May 2018 9:00am
Looking for something to entertain and engage the youngsters over the half-term break?
Why not buy copies of Ken Perry's excellent booklets 'Haddenham Walks 1 and 2' (published by Haddenham Museum) and take the family or visitors on a stroll around our beautiful village?
On sale at the Museum (Tuesdays 10.00am — 12 noon and Sundays 2.00pm — 4.00pm), or at Tickety Brew, Blooming Fruity and the Rising Sun.
The booklets guide readers around the village with illustrations of places of interest and venues for refreshment on the way.
Priced £2.50 for Museum members and £3 for non-members, the booklets provide a detailed and fascinating snapshot of Haddenham.
Or perhaps another idea for families in search of a half term activity, a visit to the Museum is now enhanced by a booklet showing "The Mysteries of Haddenham Museum".
The children are guided around the Museum with illustrations showing them items from Haddenham's past selected to be of interest to youngsters.
The booklet contains a quiz, space for children to draw, and information about how children lived in old Haddenham and is priced at £2.50 to members and £3 to non-members.
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