By Haddenham Webteam - 15th March 2016 12:58pm
Haddenham Youth FC will be hosting their annual presentation day on Sunday 26th June to be held in the Youth & Community Centre in Woodways.
Not just for the young players and members, HYFC is also taking the opportunity to hold a Fun Day, open to everyone.
So, as well as the usual football related things going on, there will be fun activities and attractions for everyone to enjoy
HYFC have also invited local traders to sell their wares with stalls on the junior school playing ground.
If you are a local trader and would like to get involved, there is no charge for a pitch. Simply make contact as soon as possible with Andy Roff by telephone on 07462 189804 or by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Traders may also wish to participate in the HYFC annual football tournament taking place later in the year (on Sunday 11th September) on Haddenham playing fields. Once again, Andy Roff is your man.
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