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By Haddenham Webteam - 8th December 2016 10:00am
The Haddenham Community Christmas Tree Festival 2016 is about to open its doors!
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, St Mary's Church will be filled with a host of beautifully and imaginatively decorated Christmas trees once again, representing the creative talents of a wide range of village organisations.
Admission to the Festival is free of charge but donations towards FOSM (Friends of St Mary's) and Haddenham Community Library are very warmly welcome.
The Festival will be open as follows:
|Friday 9th December||10am -- 6pm|
|Saturday 10th December||11am -- 6pm|
|Sunday 11th December||Noon -- 5pm|
Coffee, teas and cakes and other refreshments will be on sale.
In addition, on Saturday 10th December there will also be musical entertainment to enrich your visit still further:
11.00am — Haddenham Recorder Group
2.00pm — Haddenham Handbells
3.30pm — Witchert Chorale
It is also possible that the church bells will ring late Saturday morning.
For any further information please get in touch with one of the organisers
Val Walker (01844 292383)
Sharon Smith (01844 299306)
Fiona Quinn (01844 290723)
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