Village Hall Car Park
Committee Room, HVH
Youth & Community Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 3rd October 2017 10:00am
Homemade in Haddenham returns on Saturday 4th November (from 9am until 2pm at the Village Hall, running alongside Vale Harvest) — a celebration of all the industrious activity that goes behind closed doors in our beloved village.
Stalls will include:
- Jewellery — silver, beads, recycled
- Stained glass
- Fauxidermy (yes!)
- Bags from reclaimed and recycled fabrics
- Cushions and soft furnishings
- Crafts for Christmas
The event will also feature:
Cycle repairs — bring your bike for some basic repairs
Demonstrations — ethical fashion, knitting and spinning, apple-pressing and lots else!
SWISH stand — bring your unwanted clothing and swap it for someone else's!
Coffee and cakes
Delicious homemade soup and bread for lunch
If you would like to help on the day or to have a stall to sell your local produce please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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