High Street Closed for Christmas Shopping
11th December 2005
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The shops of Cookham Village were again open on Sunday afternoon 11 December for their special Christmas Charity afternoon to help raise money for local good causes. Jayne from Seconds Out in the High Street had yet again done an amazing job at organising the afternoon with help from many, many people in the village.
Summer FM were there doing VOX Pops with anyone who happened to pass by.
Cookham will have its own radio station from 12 June until 9 July at the
railway station. There was lots of interest and people said they would
tune in and even take part and run a programme.
was lots of things for the children with face painting, rides and a steam
train. A shooting range was very popular and also large plastic hammers
were on sale which meant that there were several hammer fights.
Father Christmas was there although he was noticed making a bee line for the Kings Arms. All in all it was a fantastic afternoon and it was enjoyed by young and old plus a few dogs. Well done to all those who gave everyone such a good time.
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