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Haddenham's highly popular Christmas Tree Festival returns to St Mary's Parish Church from Friday 11th until Sunday 13th December.

Day 1, Friday : 10.00am -- 6.00pm.

Day 2, Saturday: 11.00am -- 7.00pm

Day 3, Sunday: 12 noon -- 5.00pm

Come and delight in a glittering array of over 35 trees decorated by local organisations and societies.

Refreshments are available.

Free admission, but donations would be very welcome, in aid of Friends of St Mary's (fabric fund) and Townsend Community Orchard.

For more information, please contact Lizzie Bannister (Tel: 292445) or Jenny Hardy (Tel: 291173).

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