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By Haddenham Webteam - 21st December 2013 10:00am
If you've never visited the Tythe Barn at Christmas, you really owe it to yourself to do so — and Saturday 21st December is your last opportunity this year.
The setting is the magnificent 15th century tythe barn at Church End, Haddenham, which provides a breathtaking backdrop to impress every visitor — a stunning example of rural architecture and human craftsmanship of former centuries.
On display is a truly delightful range of Christmas gifts: from candles to cake decorations, Christmas cards to crackers, fabulous scarves, woolly gloves and socks, jewellery and great stocking fillers along with local apple juice, jams, chutneys and homemade cakes.
You will be filled with ideas for decorating your home and picking up some last minute gifts from the country inspired collections.
A visit to the Tythe Barn at Christmas cannot fail to delight. The doors close for the last time this year at 5pm — don't miss it!
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