High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 13th June 2015 8:30am
If you're coming as a family or group to Summerfest 2015, Haddenham's famous beer festival taking place on Saturday 4th July, you should consider buying your tickets in advance as it will save £1 per head.
Here are the locations at which tickets can be obtained in advance:
- Blooming Fruity on The Parade
- Haddenham Garden Centre
- Kings Head
- Rose & Thistle
- Twist at The green Dragon
- Rising Sun
- Hewitts Barber Shop at Fort End
- Haddenham Sports and Social Club
Local Fairs and Events
- Kirsty's Kitchen
- Gallant Luxury Menswear in Greyhound Walk right next door to Waitrose
- The Thatch Restaurant
- Jimmy Figgs Pub
- Cross Keys Pub
- Thame Town Hall
- The Hop Pole
- The Inn at Emmington
Advance Tickets are £5 each saving £1 on the price at the door
We're also pleased to announce an offer of a 10% discount on your bill at Little Italy (at the Fort End, Haddenham Café only)
Why wait until the beer festival — get your tickets early and breeze straight in on the day!
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