By Gayton Jordan - 17th August 2013 8:00am
Haddenham Horticultural Society's Annual Open Show takes place next Saturday, 7th September, in the Village Hall
Public Viewing is from 2.00pm — 4.00pm, followed by presentation of trophies and raffle draw. Admission is 50p for senior citizens and children and £1.00 for others.
The show will include a wide range of classes for vegetables, fruit, flowers, cacti and succulents, floral art, domestic (preserves, baking and bread), beer and wine, art, crafts and photography, plus children's classes.
Raffle, tombola, plant sale, refreshments; also displays by other village organisations.
Non-members are very welcome to compete — there are classes to suit everyone, including a range of special classes for children of different age groups.
Entries close at 8 pm on Wednesday 4th September (entry fees per class: 10p members, 20p non-members, all children's classes free).
Staging of exhibits will take place from 7.00pm — 9.00pm on Friday 6th, and 8.00am — 9.50am on Saturday 7th September.
You can pick up a Yearbook and Schedule (from 17th July onwards) from Blooming Fruity, Browns, Parminter's Butchers or the Garden Centre; or from Bizzie Lizzie in Thame or Waddesdon Plant Centre.
For more information, please telephone Gayton Jordan on 01844 291490 or e-mail her at email@example.com
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