WRR in Village Hall
Church End Green
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Alex Alderton - 31st May 2021 6:00pm
From AY StrEat Meet Team:
Our next Streetfood event in Haddenham is on Saturday 5th June, outside the Village Hall from 4.30pm until 8.30pm.
With Covid concerns still uppermost in our planning, the event is take away only. There will be no seating, the facilites in the hall will not be available and there will only be soft drinks served (alcoholic drinks will not be available).
At the "Queue splits here" area there will be a table with antibacterial lotion and a Track and Trace QR code for people to scan.
The food vendors will be operating a card only payment system.
The car park will be closed meaning there will be a limited amount of parking available and the entrance will also operate as an exit, so please take extra care when leaving if you come by car.
The street food vendors have provided us with their menus for the event so please see the photos on our Facebook post nearer the event.
Bokkie The Little Oven Of Joy Waffles on Wheels The Rub — Wood Smoked BBQ @sizzlers
Thank you to Hiya Bucks Visit Bucks Families Chiltern Magazine and Chiltern Chatter
Should you have any questions please ask and check out our event page
Thank you for your support
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