Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
St Mary's Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 8th April 2015 2:00pm
There are still tickets available for Haddenham Cricket Club's Race Night on Saturday 18th April. This promises to be a great night out and is also excellent value (perfect in these times of austerity). Only £5 entry, a promise of the cheapest bar in town, the opportunity to be a racehorse owner for a night, and the chance to win your money back on the tote — what more could you ask for?!
As well as having a great time, you will be supporting your local cricket club. Specifically, the club have invested in installing two permanent nets at the Woodways playing fields, and plan to purchase new mobile pitch covers. These investments will benefit the children in the thriving junior section as well as the teenagers and adults who play for Haddenham CC, but none of it is possible without major fundraising and hard work behind the scenes by the committee.
Please show your support and come along to the Race Night. Do what others have done, and organise a syndicate of your friends, 10 people for only £40, leaving more money to buy a couple of horses to name after that special someone.
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