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'Big Picnic' 2013

A growing tradition in Haddenham is the annual village picnic.

On Sunday 12th June, the day after the Fete, why not bring a rug and a picnic lunch and join a like-minded group of fellow residents by the duck pond at Church End for a community picnic?

And given the Royal significance of 2016, we're going to use the occasion to mark and celebrate the Queen's 90th Birthday.

A BBQ will be provided by Ricky Jeffrey on a first come first served basis from 12.30pm, paid for from some of the proceeds from the Haddenham Fete.

There are also plans for a bit of a sing-song!

More details from the village fete committee, Email: julia.woodcock@gmail.com

'Hope to see you there.

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