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The Haddenham Mummers' 'In Village Tour' on Friday 21st December 2012:

19:30 Clerkenwell Cottages, Townside
19:45 Kings Head, High Street & Townside
20:15 Cafe Cibo, Banks Parade
20:45 Green Dragon, Churchway
21:15 Peking Rendezvous, High Street
21:50 Rose & Thistle, Station Road
22:25 House Of Spice, Fort End
22:45 The Rising Sun, Thame Road

Last year Haddenham Mummers raised approximately £730 each for Haddenham Age Concern & The Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases (MPS).

This year they are collecting for Haddenham Library, the Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia Support Group and again the MPS.

To see a video of Haddenham Mummers in action (from 2008) click here

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