Bernard Hall Cuddington
Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 19th November 2016 2:30pm
Dig out your wallets and purses, blow off the cobwebs and let the moths have some fresh air.
It's nearly time to honour the fine folk tradition that is the Haddenham Mummers and their historically accurate theatrical enactment (of what, we're not entirely sure) ... but please give them some money to go away!!
For a perfect view in the three-and-nines (ask your grandad!) here is their schedule of appearances this year:
|Saturday 3rd Dec||10.30am||Chinnor Train|
|Saturday 3rd Dec||9.30pm||Haddenham Ceilidhs|
|Sunday 4th Dec||10.30am||Chinnor Train|
|Friday 9th Dec||8.00pm||Village Carol Service|
|Saturday 10th Dec||From 12 noon||Winterfest|
Outside the Village:
|Sunday 11th Dec||10.30am||Chinnor Train|
|Friday 16th Dec||all evening||Local Village Pubs*|
|Saturday 17th Dec||10.30am||Chinnor Train|
|Sunday 18th Dec||10.30am||Chinnor Train|
|Thursday 22nd Dec||1.00pm||The Thursday Club|
The Crown at Cuddington, The Plough at Cadsden, The Seven Stars in Dinton, Bottle and Glass at Gibraltar and the Bell at Chearsley
Village Tour on Friday 23rd December:
|8.15pm||House of Spice|
|8.45pm||Sports and Social Club|
|9.15pm||Rose and Thistle|
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