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Planning the Village Fete

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This year, Haddenham's traditional village fete will take place on Saturday 6th June and, as has become its home base in recent years, located on Church End Green and Flint Street.

Timing: from 1.00pm to 4.30pm

Tim Armitt and the fete committee members are keen to hear from any organisations wishing to have a stall at the fete, and from individuals who may be willing to assist, either in the planning stage or on the day of the fete itself. Programme sellers are particularly sought, please.

If you would like to have a stall at the fete please complete the application form and return it to Tim before 22nd May. You can download the Stall Booking Form from here — see PDF below the image.

If you can help with the set-up or by selling programmes on the day, please contact Tim Armitt on 07966 215775 or haddenhamfete@aol.com

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