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By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd November 2018 12:00pm
Winterfest 2018 takes place on Saturday 8th December
It's is not only a Real Ale Festival but also a great pre-Christmas Party.
The event runs from 12 noon until 6.00 pm and the event is staged at Banks Park in Haddenham, near the village hall.
There will be at least 40 different ales to try and, in keeping with all good festivals at this time of the year, we'll have plenty of mulled wine plus our famous Gin Fusion Bar. There'll also be a wide choice of non-alcoholic beverages to enjoy.
And while it's not normally as loud and boisterous as its larger summer counterpart, Winterfest is always a wonderful community event with plenty to offer everyone.
There's live music, hot and cold food and, of course, the Haddenham Mummers making an appearance!
All the money raised will go towards the efforts of the Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust to support good causes in the village and the surrounding area.
You can beat the queues and save money by buying your tickets online in advance. To do so, simply visit: www.winterfest.org.uk
If you prefer to buy your tickets in the more traditional fashion, here's where they can be collected:
Haddenham Garden Centre
Rose and Thistle
The Egg House Butchers
Haddenham Sports and Social Club
Eight Bells, Long Crendon
The Hop Pole, Aylesbury
The Cross Keys, Thame
Seven Stars, Dinton
XT Brewery, Long Crendon
Vale Brewery, Brill
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