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We're sorry to let you know that the Haddenham Hoedown this Saturday 14th March is being postponed until further notice.

We have been following the Coronavirus advice closely and feel it is a sensible precaution to take at this point in time, given the nature of the event.

For those of you who have already purchased tickets — these will all still be valid for the new date, so you can just keep hold of them and we'll inform you once a new date is arranged, or you can request a refund.

For further questions about this decision or to arrange a refund, please do contact ptahcis@gmail.com

Thanks for your cooperation with this and apologies for any disappointment.

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