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Horticultural Show Reminder

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You are reminded that the closing date for entries for the Haddenham Horticultural Society (HHS) Annual Autumn Show, which takes place on 5th September, is 8pm on Wednesday 2nd September at 13 Gibson Lane.

If you need another copy of the Yearbook which includes the show schedule and entry forms, these are available in Haddenham from Blooming Fruity, Browns, the Egg House Butchery, Haddenham Garden Centre and Haddenham Community Library. Copies are also available from Bizzie Lizzie in Thame and Penn's Nursery in Longwick, and also shortly from Hartwell Nurseries, Stone.

The society always loves to see some new exhibitors taking part across the wide range of classes available (art, crafts, photography and home-made cooked items, as well as fruit, flowers and vegetables) and would particularly welcome more entries in the children's classes.

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