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Come and support handmade business in Haddenham!

Clare Abbott Artist, Liz Dee of the Silver Workshop, Naomi Foreman-Peck of and Lucy Brooke of Made By Mums welcome all to a friendly festive shopping evening on Thursday 29th November from 7.30pm in the Walter Rose Room of the Village Hall.

We will be setting up a pop-up shop with a fabulous range of handmade gifts — perfect for Christmas: art, cards, decorations, bespoke gifts, jewellery, cakes, savouries, children's sewn gifts and more!

Plus, enter our bumper raffle to win a basket full of handmade goodies!

The fairy lights will be twinkling and the Christmas tunes will be playing.

Come and enjoy a mince pie and a glass of mulled wine (for a small donation in aid of local charities).

We look forward to seeing you all there.

Clare Abbott

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