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The next outing of Vale Harvest, Haddenham's local food market, is on Saturday 6th September and will offer extended hours to link in with the Horticulrural Show on the same day:

The market will operate from 9.00am — 3.00pm and will feature:

  • Additional food stalls serving breakfast and lunch
  • Tea & coffee in aid of World Challenge
  • Puddleducks Kids' Zone
  • Festival Spirits Bar
  • Live music

Plus all the regular producers including fresh bread, free-range meat, cakes, scotch eggs, jam & chutneys, ice cream, yogurt, home-cooked meals, vegetarian snacks, sausage rolls, cheese, olives, cured meats and much much more!

For additional information online see: www.valeharvest.weebly.com
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