High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 1st October 2021 10:07am
Due to the current climate of uncertainty around Covid and the potential that there may be future restrictions on events and festivals as we move towards Winter, the committee have agreed to take the precaution of cancelling Winterfest 2021.
We will now focus all our efforts on bringing you a fantastic and hopefully better than ever Summerfest on July 2nd 2022.
We know many will be disappointed, but hope you can appreciate the need for us to ensure that we do not commit to costs that we then might not recover or end up in a position of saying yes and then having to cancel at a later date.
See you in 2022.
On behalf of Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust
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