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Xmas Tree Festival 2021

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The Church Wardens at St Mary's in Haddenham have published details of the Christmas Tree Festival, which returns this December after a one year gap, due to Covid restrictions.

The information letter and booking form for the Community Christmas Tree Festival are available on this page — simply click on the relevant document.

Organisers will making some changes to keep participants and visitors as safe as possible and will follow all government guidelines relevant at the time.

The Christmas Tree Festival will take place as follows:

Friday 10th December 10am to 5.30pm
Saturday 11th December 11am to 5.30pm
Sunday 12th December 12.30 to 5.30 pm

Setting up by those creating their wonderful display trees will take place on Thursday 9th December in one of three pre-booked slots: 9am to 12 noon, 12noon to 2pm, and 2pm to 6pm.

The take-down process will be conducted on Monday 13th December, from 9am-12noon

Organisers are looking forward to receiving lots of bookings and hosting many visitors during the Festival itself.

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