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By Haddenham Webteam - 2nd October 2017 5:00pm
Some Harvest services have already taken place at churches in Haddenham, but there are still two local services coming along in mid-October.
The small hamlet of Aston Sandford has its Harvest Festival on Sunday, 15th October at 11.00am and church warden David Peck wishes to point out that the Church will be extensively decorated by 'The Flower Ladies' once again. This year, to give more people chance to see the decorated church, it will be open from 2.00pm to 5.00 pm, that afternoon. Do take the opportunity to pop along.
If you can't get along, a portfolio of images from last year's Harvest Festival in Aston Sandford can be viewed here.
If you're looking to participate in a Haddenham service, St Mary's Church will be holding its Harvest Service on the same morning, Sunday 15th October, beginning at 10.30am.
Children and adults of all ages will be made very welcome.
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