By Haddenham Webteam - 7th May 2019 8:00am
Haddenham's Adult Annual Charity Fancy Dress Wheelbarrow Race returns to the streets of the village on Saturday
8th June, linking in to the village fete at Church End.
As always, the start and finish will be at the Sports & Social Club on the Woodways recreation ground.
The first team departing Haddenham Sports and Social Club, Woodways at 3pm.
The route will be as follows:
1. Haddenham Sports and Social Club — 1⁄2 pint each
2. Rising Sun — 1⁄2 pint each
3. Kings Head — 1⁄2 pint each
4. Rose & Thistle — 1⁄2 pint each
5. Lap around Village Fete
6. Haddenham Sports & Social Club — 1⁄2 pint each to Finish!
The race will be followed by a BBQ, Raffle and Award Ceremony. Everybody welcome!
£25 fee for each pair in a traditional wheelbarrow.
Any profit after beverage costs have been deducted for will be divided equally between Thames Air Ambulance and Helen & Douglas House.
For more information or to enter, contact Alan Lewis on 07917822876 or Tim Chowns on 07958 686467
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