Bernard Hall, Cuddington
St Mary's Centre
By Tim Armitt - 28th May 2015 1:00pm
With the Fete fast approaching we now have over fifty stalls and sideshows ready to entertain the visitors.
The Classic cars will be on display at Manor Farm, the Fire engine will be making an appearance and amongst the many favourites will be Plate Smashing, Human Fruit Machine, Penny Arcade, Dancing from the Haddenham Hoofers, Music from the Ian English Group, and Local Community Choir Sing!
We also have the Beer and Pimms tent, a BBQ and Hog Roast, and of course, the Teas being served in St Mary's Centre.
A wholly wonderful day out for everyone, topped off with some open gardens to visit!
Make sure it's in your diary!
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