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Howard Bond

Red Kite Radio will be featuring the Haddenham Village Fete prominently in its live broadcast content over the next two days.

On Friday afternoon 8th June, at 4.15pm, two members of the fete committee — Julia Woodcock and Cathie Deeley — will be interviewed by presenter Howard Bond, chatting about the many and varied attractions that will be on offer at this year's fete.

And then live from the fete itself on Saturday afternoon 9th June, Steve Fox from the local radio station will be on location with a roving microphone, broadcasting on-the-spot conversations with visitors and stall holders.

Red Kite Radio broadcasts on 107.2FM

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