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A ladies' pamper/shopping evening is being held in aid of Cancer Research UK on Wednesday 25th February, from 6.00pm onwards, at Haddenham Sports and Social Club.

'Haddenham's Hopefuls' are entering the CRUK 'Relay for Life' this year and this is the first of the team's fund raising events.

Loads of lovely stalls, selling everything from cake to candles, Easter eggs to earrings, needlework to nail varnish, flowers to face masks.

There will also be pampered chef demonstrations and beauty therapy treatments. Raffle and refreshments available too. All welcome.

For more information, contact Helen Lewis on 292971

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