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Tythe Barn at Xmas

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The Tythe Barn, Haddenham will be opening the doors for its wonderful Xmas shopping experience from Thursday 5th November.

Thereafter, the Xmas delights will be open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 9.30am until 5.00pm and on Sundays from 10.00am until 4.00pm through until Sunday 20th December.

Come along and enjoy the spectacle while seeking out some beautiful decorations, gifts stocking fillers, table decorations, children's toys, gloves, scarves, and all set in the most stunning 15th century barn.

The tea shop will also be open Thursday to Sunday, offering delicious home made cakes and biscuits.

Not to be missed!

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