Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 25th April 2015 2:00pm
Once again this year, the village fete will take place on Church End Green and Flint Street and the date for your diary is Saturday 6th June from 1.00pm to 4.30pm — a day that is forecast to be bright and sunny again!
This year, a Classic Car display is planned as an added attraction, plus all the usual stalls, sideshows, games, food etc (plus the beer tent !), so plan to come along with your family and friends, ready to have a good time, and support all the local good causes which raise money to provide such valuable services to the village.
There will be a full programme of music and entertainment, and the chance to win lots of prizes in the Lucky Programme Draw.
The fete committee is making the final preparations at the moment, and is looking for help on the day in a variety of ways. If you could volunteer an hour or two, please contact Tracy Hargrave on 290999, or Tony Warris on 292273, who will be very pleased to hear from you.
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