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Street Food Nights are back in Haddenham

It's crazy to think that our very first street food night was back in September of 2019 when we were lucky enough to be part of the Haddenham Feast Celebration. Since then (despite Covid) we've held a further 10 events by the Village Hall, allbeit in a take-away capacity.

However, things are about to change.

it's fair to say that the events haven't been as busy as we would've liked therefore, we've made some changes. This year all our events will have seating inside the village hall allowing family and friends to sit and eat their choice of food along with getting a drink from the bar and listening to live music.

These events were started up with two goals: to bring the community closer together and to provide a source of additional income for the Parish Council to invest back into the community. By attending our event and purchasing from our vendors, you're making a difference not only to small independent Businesses but your local community too.

We always try and bring you variety at the events and this year we'll be holding seven events between March and October.

The types of food will include, Pizza, BBQ, South African, Caribbean, Greek, Mexican, Burgers, Waffles, Sri Lankan, Vegan, Cakes to name a few.

We hope you can join us and experience our new events by Haddenham Village Hall which are scheduled to take place on the following dates:

Saturday 5th March
Saturday 2nd April
Saturday 7th May
Saturday 4th June
Saturday 8th August
Saturday 3rd September
Saturday 1st October

We're always keen to get feedback and learn how we can improve our events so feel free to email us at aystreatmeet@gmail.com

Thank you and I hope to see you on 5th March.

Alex Alderton
Event organiser

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