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It's early January, you've got over the Christmas and New year celebrations ... you are considering your bank account and your waistline ... the weather forecast looks grim ... and it's ages until spring!

Come and join Haddenham in Transition's third annual Low Carbon party at a comfortable and friendly venue. It is a low-key celebration of local food and drink and home-made entertainment.

One of the friendliest events in the village and becoming more popular each year.

Bring some home made food/drink...or just yourselves, meet friends and make new ones. Find out what's going on and what we have planned for the coming year.

Saturday, 5th January, from 8:00pm — 10:30pm — in St Mary's Centre

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