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HStM School Pupils at Tythe Barn at Xmas

Haddenham St Mary's Treble Clefs are a group of pupils from HStM CE School who love to sing.

In the run-up to Christmas, and under the guidance of their music teacher Elizabeth Law, they will be entertaining a wide group of Haddenham folk and visitors to the village, at the following locations:

  • Friday 23rd November at 1:30pm in The Tythe Barn at Christmas
  • Saturday 1st December, 10:30am at the Christian Aid Coffee Morning in the Methodist Church
  • Friday 7th December, 10:20am at the Christmas Tree Festival in St Mary's Parish Church
  • Friday 14th December, 7.00pm at the Village Carol Concert in the village hall

Apart from the Christian Aid event at the Methodist Church, the Treble Clefs will be collecting in aid of the Haddenham Syrian Family Project.

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