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By Haddenham Webteam - 22nd November 2014 5:30am
The famous Haddenham Beer Festival occurs twice a year, and the Winterfest returns on Saturday 13th December 2014, from 12noon to 5pm.
Come and join in the biggest and best pre-Christmas party in Buckinghamshire!
A great afternoon of entertainment with live music and carols, dancing and food galore plus a fantastic selection of real ales, ciders and wines and a tempting range of non-alcoholic refreshments.
And brand new this year: specialist gins from the hand-crafted artisan gin company Ginfused
A wide range of their gins will be available on the day:
- London Dry including Foxdenton 48, Fabulous Perivale and Sipsmith.
- Plymouth Gin
- Gin liqueurs including Foxdenton Winslow Plum and Hayman's Sloe
- Classic Favourites from Bombay Sapphire, Hendricks and Tanqueray
There will also be a Christmas Cracker Raffle!
Christmas Jumper Competition
Come dressed in your most colourful Christmas pullover — some of the most striking and memorable seasonal jumpers will earn the wearer a prize!
It all takes place at Banks Park (next to the village hall)
So book the date in your diary now, and make sure you come along and enjoy Haddenham's biggest pre-Christmas party.
Tickets are £5.00 in advance or £6.00 on the door. Tickets available from usual outlets, including Blooming Fruity, Parminters, the Rising Sun and Kings Head pubs in Haddenham, plus the Cross Keys and 'From' in Thame. For further details keep an eye on this website, or see here
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