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HCJS Festive Fayre

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Haddenham Community Junior School PTA is hosting a Festive Fayre on Friday evening, 2nd December, from 6.00pm — 8.00pm.

School stalls will include:

Bottle Tombola
Chocolate Roulette
Children's Tombola
Christmas Money Tree
Candy Cones and
'Grab A Gift'.

Other stalls will include:

Florence Nightingale Hospice
Wax Wishes
Penn Nursery
Homemade by Mums
Forever Living
Aloe Vera Products

There will also be a Santa's Grotto a Local Caricaturist and a Raffle.

Refreshments available including mulled wine, mince pies and hot dogs.

Entrance: Adults £1, Children Free.

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