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By Haddenham Webteam - 9th December 2021 10:18pm
The Community Christmas Tree Festival opens on Friday 10th December at 10.00am.
The comfort and safety of all those attending is our priority so things will be a little different this year.
Take away tea, coffee and cake will be available on leaving the church on Friday and Sunday. Donations to support Friends of St. Mary's Church will be welcome.
On Saturday 11th December, in marquees on the green outside the church, the beer festival will provide beer, lager, wine and mulled wine along with tea, coffee, hot chocolate and cakes.
The marquees will allow us to have carol singing throughout the weekend and provide space for Christingle making and other children's activities.
Fri 10th December 10 am — 5.30 pm
Sat 11th December 11am — 6 pm
Sun 12th December 12 noon — 5.30 pm
Check website (www.haddenhamstmarys.org) or Facebook page for details of this and other St Mary's Christmas events
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