Online via Zoom
Ouside Village Hall / Banks Park
By Roy Payne - 22nd August 2019 5:00pm
For centuries Haddenham and artists have been drawn to each other's heart. The village continues to be at the centre of a vibrant and diverse creative and artistic community, of national standing.
The vibrancy of that creativity is on show throughout the forthcoming Haddenham Feast Festival (13-23 September) -- with a wide range of exhibitions, talks, tutorials, and interactive workshops.
Events and activities include:
'Meet The Makers':
Local artists and makers demonstrating their individual creativity, see for yourself the skills and tools of their craft
'Have A Go':
A range of interactive workshops where you will be tutored by an expert, including a new Adult Craft Café in the Haddenham Garden Centre
with local professional photographer Paul Wilkinson, and gardens photographic specialist Jason Ingram
An Evening With ...
three local artists, organised by Haddenham Village Society
'Walking With Words':
Explore and observe Haddenham through poetry and the written word while wandering our delightful lanes
Haddenham Artists Exhibition
in the Walter Rose Room, Village Hall
Turn End studios
open all week, especially for the Feast Festival
'The Big Draw':
fun with pencils and pens for all ages, from three to three score and more
There's also music and dance throughout the week. For details of all events, and to pick your favourites, please visit and follow the Feast Festival's Facebook page.
Some events have limited space. To reserve your free place, please visit the online booking page.
Roy Payne, Communications Lead, Feast Festival 2019
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