Wednesday, 18 February 2015


As some of you may already know, Anthony Church the Town Crier has had to withdraw from supporting the fair for personal reasons. His support has been much appreciated in the past, and the street collection he does adds to the Breast Cancer Campaign total.

The weather seems to be on our side this year, and my phone has been noticeably quiet with regard to questions about flooding, snow and the elements trying to stop us opening.

We hope to see everyone on Saturday. 

Saturday, 14 February 2015

One week to go

It is 4.20 and by this time next Saturday, every one will be packing up and taking stock of the day. We hope it is going to be a good one for every body with lots of visitors and sales.

Felicity will be around for some of the day, although she gets tired very quickly, and I do not want her to overdo things and set herself back. 

I will try to get as much prepared as I can on Friday evening, and hope to have every thing ready for 07.30 on Saturday, so you can all get in and set up.

We are looking forward to seeing you next week at Thame.

Monday, 9 February 2015


The floor plan is now live. Click on the exhibitor button and a new tab drops down.  You can do a virtual tour. Just click on the table and it will take you to that stand holder's website.

Haddenham is on the 14th November.

Countdown for Thame has started so we hope you are all fired up and raring to go.

Monday, 2 February 2015


This November, we will be organising the Haddenham Dolls House Exhibition. This is an established two yearly event which was organised by George and Freda Dorrell in aid of Hearing Dogs and Leukaemia. 

We intend to keep to a similar format this year, and will be supporting Hearing Dogs and the Air Ambulance. Once Thame is over, we will begin to look at how we might develop the exhibition and bring in more visitors.

Any ideas on how to turn this small venue into a bigger event will be welcome.