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Monkey Clothes Sale

Kathryn Smith is soon going to be handing over her very popular 'Monkey Clothes' operation to new organisers, and her end-of-season sale is coming up this Saturday, 5th March.

The sale of high quality second-hand clothes for children will take place in Haddenham village hall, from 9.00am until 1.00pm, and will be overlapping with the Vale Harvest food market in Banks Park — so very convenient for those mums and dads with local fare on their shopping list as well as children's clothes !

And better yet, Puddleducks Pre-school is also running a second-hand book sale that morning, in the Scout & Guide Centre in Banks Park.

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