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Haddenham Garden Centre
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By Haddenham Webteam - 3rd September 2013 10:00am
Local estate agent, Christopher Pallet, wishes to announce that the lease on their Haddenham office has now concluded, and they have moved from Fort End.
However, they are still very much in business, providing their full range of services in support of the property market in Haddenham and local villages whilst they wait to move into their new premises in the village.
The office Partner, Philip Sandford, is still in Haddenham on a daily basis, and the office telephone number remains the same (290440) as does his email: email@example.com and their websites: general and Haddenham-specific
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