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Young children in Haddenham are in for a big surprise on Monday 9th February, with a teddy bears' picnic at the St Mary's Centre.

Musical Mayhem is inviting babies and toddlers in the village to bring their own teddies to the event. There will be lots of songs about bears with live musical accompaniment on the guitar and melodeon, puppets, props and percussion instruments for the children to try.

After the teddies have finished their pretend picnic, there will be free tea, coffee and cake for the grown-ups and juice and a biscuit for the children.

The event starts at 10.00am. Tickets are £5 per family. No need to book.

See website.

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