Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 6th April 2022 8:30am
After two years of lock down Haddenham Summerfest is back and the date is the 2nd July.
This year there is a new location (on the football pitches behind the Co-op) which means the festival is going to be even bigger and better than ever!
There will be the usual 100+ ales, 40+ciders, food stalls and live music but the bigger site allows us to do so much more...
* A dedicated quiet zone for those who like beer tasting
* A bigger stage with a clear area for enjoying the bands
* More room for Gazebos so the family can enjoy a day out
* A full-on kids' zone where there will be activities on all day
* More food stalls,
* Plus... a few surprises that you will hear about later
The more tickets sold the more surprises there will be!
Tickets can be bought via the freshly re-designed website and currently available are Super Early Bird tickets so be quick!
And remember, all monies raised go straight back into supporting your community and all those who have had a grant over the years can be found here.
Have a great day whilst adding to the £330,000 already raised over previous years.
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