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Christmas Cards

Two new and exclusive Christmas cards are now available at the Museum and at Blooming Fruity.

They show seasonal scenes of The Old Windmill and Townsend Green and make interesting talking points when sent to family and friends, especially those who no longer live in the village.

The previous years' cards of The Green Dragon and Fort End are also available again.

All the cards show seasonal pictures created by Ian Jones based on historic old photographs. The cards are £1 each or 6 for £5.

The Museum is open Tuesday mornings 10am — 12 noon and Sunday afternoons 2pm — 4.30pm

Calendars

Looking for Xmas gifts that you can easily post?

The museum 2022 calendar is on sale now in the museum and at Blooming Fruity.

The theme is 'Haddenham Fifty Years Ago' and features photos taken by Peter Gulland.

They cost £4 for members and £5 for others.

Envelopes for posting are 50p.

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