WRR, Village Hall
By Haddenham Webteam - 3rd November 2018 8:00am
The 'Tythe Barn at Christmas' has opened its doors once again, to delight visitors and offer shoppers a wide range of stunningly different Christmas decorations & gorgeous gifts.
The barn itself is also awe inspiring in its scale and historical significance.
This year the organisers have been out and about hand picking a selection of stunningly different Christmas decorations & irresistibly gorgeous gifts to inspire & entrance.
Set in the magnificent 15th century Tythe Barn here in Church End, Haddenham, you will be filled with ideas for decorating your home with country inspired collections.
Find that perfect gift for friends or just a treat for yourself.
From Christmas cards to candles, fabulous scarves, woolly gloves and socks, beautiful jewellery and great stocking fillers.
Remember to wrap up warm though — it's a big old space and is often rather chilly!
Keep an eye on the Tythe Barn's Christmas Calendar for some exciting events coming up!
Opening Times until Sunday 16th December are:
9.30am until 5.00pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
10.00am until 4.00pm on Sundays
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