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Haddenham Community Library is hosting a Tiddlywink Challenge on Saturday 3rd September, from 10.00am until 1.00pm.

The event offers participants a fascinating and potentially frustrating series of challenges!

So, do you know your Winks from your Squidgers?

Would you know a Potted Wink from a Saucy Augenblick?

Then this is the event for you ...!

Adults £3. Children (aged 12 or under) £1.50 per round. This includes 5 winks and 1 squidger, a score card and pencil — with no restriction on the number of rounds you can play.

There will be a range of exciting games to enjoy: build up your score to win prizes!
(All prizes donated by local sponsors).

All ages are welcome — come and join in the fun!

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