Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Kirsten Shaw - 24th July 2013 7:30am
Homemade in Haddenham is back for its third year and will take place on Saturday 5th October, in and around Haddenham village hall.
Homemade in Haddenham is a celebration of local foods and crafts. We are delighted that this year we will be joined by Vale Harvest for its regular first Saturday of the month market.
There will be lots of delicious food & drink available, demonstrations of how to make some of the crafts and produce and plenty of good things to buy. We will once again be apple pressing so bring along your surplus apples and some containers to take away your juice.
If you are a local producer of crafts or food and would like to have a stall at Homemade in Haddenham please contact:
Alison Court Tel: 291553
Kirsten Shaw Tel: 291586
Our definition of local for this event is Haddenham & the nearby villages. If you are interested in joining the Vale Harvest group please visit their website.
We are always delighted when people offer to help us! If you could serve teas and coffees, make a cake, help put up a tent, do a stint on the apple press or demonstrate how to make something please get in touch.
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