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Ouside Village Hall / Banks Park
By Sally McCloy - 11th April 2016 2:45pm
The annual village May Day Celebration will take place on Saturday 7th May.
The practice sessions for Maypole dancers will be from 3.30-5.00pm at the Youth & Community Centre on Friday 22nd April, Thursday 28th April and Friday 6th May.
All children from Year 1 and above are welcome.
On Saturday 7th we meet on Church End green at 10.30am for the procession and the crowning will be at 11.00am, followed by the children's maypole dancing.
Haddenham Hoofers and Towersey Morris will dance afterwards.
There will be a few village stalls and the Egg House Butchers will be selling burgers, etc.
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