As we reported a couple of weeks ago, there have been lots of ifs, buts and maybes to do with this item, but it seems that road works are...
Local resident Mary Miller has completed a major personal challenge, in aid of charity. An activity not for the faint-hearted, Mary...
It's been three years since the start of the conflict in Syria. More than 2 million refugees have fled the violence. They are in...
Village schools in and local to Haddenham have joined forces to create the Haddenham Area School Sports Partnership (HASSP), working...
Fancy taking part in a TV programme, while enjoying a short holiday? Sounds like a good deal! Production folk at BBC One TV are looking...
Haddenham Parish Council is continuing to search for a new Clerk, as a successor to Gill Dudley who has served the local community in this...
Haddenham Community Library continues to delight local residents, thanks to a wonderful team of volunteer helpers and the creativity of the...
Beavers are the youngest element of Scouting. They run fun meetings and do exciting things every week, for 6 - 8 year old boys. Over the...
Our friends from Haddenham Cycle Training are offering Cycling Courses in the Easter holidays, as follows: Wednesday 9th April ...
Welcome to Haddenham.net - a website serving the village of Haddenham in South Buckinghamshire, UK. We are a vibrant community, and this website seeks to reflect all that's happening in our village. If your club, society, school or organisation is not featured, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org Meanwhile, why not make us your Homepage?
Today, HCJS at 4pm
Lots of help to give up
Beginning Thurs 13th March
Abseiling for Christian Aid
Sat 15th March, Methodist Church
Report & photos here
for Haddenham Parish Council
Needs your help please
Please help with local research
Every Wed. in March - details here
Pay Snakemoor a visit soon
Postponed until Tues 18th March
Telephone triage now operating
Resident provides a clarification
Another important step forward
Book Club Guest
Report and photos here
... Oh yes they are!
A delightful day at St Mary's School
Neighbourhood Plan makes progress
Click for our 'Buy & Sell' page
Visit our news section often
New ones added recently
See results here
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Who should run this service?
Read about Bucks' Job Clubs
Review and photos here
for the dark evenings
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Councillor offers his views
Read the latest warning
Details of proposed development
The first steps towards a Plan
Come and visit - bring your guests
Time your journey to perfection
Don't stop at these headline articles. Haddenham.net also features local news (see blue box on the left), regular updates on police and crime prevention matters, news from the world of health & fitness, and opportunities for local residents to sell or give away unwanted items, or offer to lend tools or other items to their immediate neighbours. There's also a forum, through which local residents can debate issues relating to life in the village: anything from complimenting the local beer festival organisers to venting your spleen about dog fouling! Tell us what you think!
The newly launched website will be an evolving design. Please give us your feedback and constructive comments to help us improve the site for everyone's benefit.
Most importantly, if you're involved in organising events or helping to run clubs, charities and special interest groups, please let us know what you're up to. Our local shops and cafes do a wonderful job in displaying posters. But we reckon that Haddenham.net will be a marked improvement over telegraph pole displays, if you want more folk to know about your next event!
As the new site gets fully into gear, we will also be featuring free job advertising to local employers - so if you're in the job market, please keep a keen eye on the relevant pages of this website.
Here are our direct contact details - do please get in touch:
Editor: Keith Milmer Email: email@example.com Tel: 290 244
A Potted History of Haddenham
For those relatively new to the village, or for those visiting for the first time online, here's a potted history: click here