St Mary's Centre
By Francesca Flaxton - 4th June 2016 8:00am
Francesca Flaxton writes:
I'm delighted to say we've had a good response to our first Scarecrow Festival, organised by Haddenham Scout and Guide Association in aid of the Florence Nightingale Hospice charity. Well done to everyone who has submitted an entry so far and thank you for your kind donations.
Please remember that the closing date for entries is midnight tonight, Saturday 4th June, to give us time to prepare the Scarecrow Trail maps before the Haddenham Fete next Saturday.
If you have not yet entered but plan to do so, please contact us straight away on email@example.com or deliver your entry form to 7 Dovecote, Haddenham.
Scarecrow Trail maps will be available to purchase from the Scout and Guide Association stall at Haddenham Fete next Saturday, in return for a £1 donation. Look for the Scarecrows!
Trail maps will also be available from the Haddenham Florence Nightingale shop after the fete.
The Scarecrow Festival will run during Bucks Open Studios fortnight until 26th June.
So, don't miss out, get your entry in now!
More details here
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