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Xmas Shopping in Aylesbury

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Aylesbury Centre Promotions

Most village residents like to support Haddenham-based Christmas fundraising and commercial operations, such as last Friday's HCJS Christmas Fayre, Xmas at the Thythe Barn, Haddenham Garden Centre and Bradmoor Farm.

Nevertheless, we have been asked by Aylesbury Town Centre Promotions to highlight various attractions and events over the next few weeks, designed to encourage us to visit Aylesbury for some of our Christmas shopping.

The first of these is tomorrow, Sunday 4th December, when there will be a 'Christmas Craft and Gift Fair' taking place in Market Square 11am — 3pm.

Other events include 'Festive Family Fun' on Sunday 11th December and late night shopping on Thursday 15th and Thursday 22nd December.

The poster provides further information — click on the image to see an enlarged version.

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