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By Haddenham Webteam - 25th June 2015 8:30am
We are delighted to announce that the Haddenham butcher's shop at Church End has re-opened.
From Thursday morning, 25th June, Ricky & Emily from the Egg House Butchery in Quainton have taken over the shop and are open for business.
This is wonderful news, and Haddenham residents will warmly welcome this new venture.
Ricky & Emily will be very familiar to visitors of Vale Harvest Food Market, which takes place on the first Saturday of the month in Haddenham.
As well as attending Vale Harvest, they currently have a butchery business based in Quainton, where they stock a wide range of their own products, from free-range meat and charcuterie to olives, cheeses, eggs and homemade treats such as quiches, tarts and their fabulous suasage rolls!
Pictured are Ricky and his sister Nicola.
Why not pop along and welcome them in their new location at Church End?
You can find Ricky & Emily's website here
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